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Physically, Big Fellows Stack
Up Even, but Dempsey
Carries the Wallop.
International News Sports Editor.
NEW YORK, Dec. 6—Jack Dempsey
and Bill Brennan, who meet In a fifteen
round decision bout at Madison Square
Garden a week from tomorrow night, are
the most evenly matched fighters from a
physical standpoint who ever squared
away for a championship battle.
Both are rugged, big-boned and won
derfully muscled. Donipsey stands 6 feet
% inch; Brennan towers to the same
height. The champion weighs 188 to 190
pounds In fighting trim, while the Chi
cago boy scales 190 in condition.
Dempsey has a reach of seventy-eight
inches. Brennan’s reach is one Inch
shorter. In almost all other measure
ments from chest expansion of forty-five
inches to eight and one-half-inch ankles,
the rivals are a stand-off for each other.
The measurement of fighting ability,
however, gives Dempsey a decided advan
tage. Two years ago, in Milwaukee, the
cyclonic lad from Salt Lake knocked
Brennan out in five rounds. That was
before he was champion and since that
time he has Improved to a marked de
?tree, though he was close to his top
orm nearly a year before he met Jess
Next Tuesday a week Brennan will get
his chance to retaliate. Like Dempsey,
he is an Improved fighter and he be
lieves he has a good chance to drop two
birds with one well-timed punch—get
even with Dempsey and annex the world’s
Asa big majority of fistic followers
fail to coincide with Brennan In this be
lief. Champion Dempsey will go into the
ring a heavy favorite. But Brennan has
a chance —the rhance of any fighter has
of slipping over an unexpected punch.
The rival heavyweights settled down
to a week of real work today. Both
worked out before big crowds at th.-ir
training quarters and from now till next
Sunday they will keep at It hammer and
Tex Rickard predicts that the bout will
draw a record house. A gate of £.’00,000
will not surprise the promoter.
Tickets for the fight will range from
$3 to 525 and the New York State Box
ing Commission, in conjunction with
Rickard, announced today that extra pre
cautions are being token to keep tne
pasteboards out of the hands of specu
lators. Only a limited amount of tickets
will be distributed through licensed
ticket agencies.
LAWRENCE. Kan.. Dec. o—The home
of Jess Willard, former heavyweight
champion of the world, was today under
strict quarantine, when two of tits chil
dren became ill with dlpatherla. The
children, a boy and a girl, are sa)jl to
be seriously sick.
The quarantine will not materially af
fect Willard’s training plans for a bout
next March 17 with the winner of the
Dempsey-Brrnnan match, he said.
"My children come first.” the former
champion added, "and I will spend most
of my time with them My farm, however.
Is big enough to do ail my training here
and I'll continue light work."
Amateur Bouts at I. A. C.
See Defeat of Champs;
Orme Mixes in Feature
A rair of champions went down In de
feat on the high-class amateur boxing
card staged at the Independent Athleticc
Club Saturday night. Leslie Treber of
Marion, State welterweight champ, lost
a decision to Frank Sartnr of the I. A.
C., and Henry McDuff of the I. A. C.
lost his bout with Jack Edwards of
Marion. Treber defeated Sartar and Mo-
Duff defeated Edwards in the final round
of the State tournament staged at the
I. A. C. last fall.
Vaughn Treber, the third champion to
perform on the card, w. ii bis battle
with George Mullholland of the I. A. C.
after the Judges had sent them through
an extra round before tthey were able
to hand down u decision.
The real feature of the evening was
the Orme-King affair. Both are I. A. C.
lightweights. Besides being a strong lad
with a good kick in either fist, Orme
Saturday night proved himself the
smartest boxer on the I. A. C. roster.
He had nothing to worry about in bis
bout with King.
Vogel and Moran, both lightweights of
the local club, opened the hUI with a
lively setto, Moran having somewhat the
better of the argument at the end of the
four rounds. Thornburg and Curran, I.
A. C. welterweights, staged the next
melee, the decision going to the frmr.
Another scran between local welters.
Martin and Bridges, went to Bridges
after a spirited argument.
AH Itouts were of scheduled four-round
Purdue-Indip.na Line Up
Strong 1921 Sport Cards
Oct. B—Chicago at Chicago.
Oct. 15—Notre Dame at Lafayette fnon-
Oct. 29 lows at Lafayette.
Not. s—Northwestern at Lafayetts.
Nov. 12—Ohio State at Columbus.
Nov. 19 —Indiana at Bloomington.
Sept. 21—Franklin at Bloomlngtton
Oet. I—Wabash at Bloomington (non-
Oct. 8— Harvard at Cambridge (non-
Oct. 22—Minnesota at Minneapolis.
Nov. s—Notre Dame at Indianapolis
Nov. 12—Iowa at lowa City.
Nov. 19—Purdue at Bloomington.
The 1921 Conference card gives Notre
Dame three games with Big Ten teams,
r ‘•(•Hews: oet 6, Notre Dame at Jowu
City; Oct. 15. Purdue at Lafayette; Nov.
5, -Udianu at Indianapolis.
April 9 —lllinois at Lafayette.
April Ift—Northwestern at Lafayette.
April 23—Michigan at Ann Arbor,
April 29—'owa at Lafayette.
May 2—Michigan at Lafayette.
May 7—Wisconsin at Madlaon.
May 9 —lowa at lowa City.
May 14—Chicago at Lafayette.
May 28—Wisconsin at Lafayette.
May 31 —Chicago at Chicago.
June ft—lndiana at Lafayette.
June 7—lndiana at Bloomington.
April 22, 23—Wisconsin at Bloomington.
April 29-—Ohio Stat® at Columbus,
May 6, 7—Northwestern at Bloomington.
May 13. 14—Ohio State at Bloomington.
May 16—Wnseda at Bloomington (non-
May 20, 21—Iowa at lowa City.
May 28— N'otre Dame at Bloomington
May 30—Notre Dame at South Bend (non-
June 6—Purdue at Lafayette.
June 7 —Purdue at Bloomington.
N'otre Dame has six baseball games
withN Conference teams. The Irish will
meet Wisconsin at Madison, June 4;
lowa at South Bend, May 13; Michigan
at South Bend, April 30; Michigan nt
Ann Arbor, June 1, and lllluols at
'Urbana, May 2 and 3.
Ex-Collegians Challenge
Willis Rowland, manager of the Ex-
Collegians. colored football team, desires
to match his eleven with the Indianapo
lis Club, winners over the Ferndales
Sunday In the gamo advertlaed for the
city Independent title. The ex-Colleglans
have played and won four games this
peaaon and hove not been scored on and
Manager Rowland believes they are en-
L titled to consideration. He suggests the
ueams meet In a post-season match and
K percentage of the gate b donated to
Community Cheat. He can ha reached
P-togaa mw.
* Wabash Captain
The Em-Roe basketeers will not be
losing time if they keep an eagle eye on
Capt. "Bnt< h” Burns of the Wabash
[('..liege quintet when the t.-ams rlnsh n
the Y. M. C. A. floor tomorrow nlghtt.
"Butch” Is the kind .fa leader that
■ gets everything out cf his men and, at
1 the same time does a lot of good him
self. In fact, he does more than his
•hare < f the Wabash work, both on de
fense and offense. lie plays the uoor
guard position nnd i a wonder at bust*
i ir.c up the smartest teamwork, or e:-n
\ shoes a basket from any angle of the
court if given half a ehance.
;* Ttie Wabash squad, by Its clean-cut 33
| to 10 victor* ever Man. heater Saturday
uicht. showed that it Is In good shape
for earlv-seoson action nnd should make
the fast" Independent players step at full
speed in their first game here this
TOLEDO, Dee. fl.—Chuck Wiggins of
Indianapolis snd Tommy Gibbons of St.
Paul will clash here tonight In a feature
bout over the scheduled twelve-round
route.. The scrap t* attracting keen In
terest here and a packed arena is as
sured The principals are two of the
lending lh'ht heavyweight boxers and the
i winner of tonight’s scrap generally will
be recognized ch**tnplon of the class.
Ollie I’eeord will referee and the bout
will be for a derision. Gibbons out
weighs the Hoosier and carries _ a
stronger punch, but followers of fl lg
gins believe his speed will give him a
chance to hold his own with the Minne
sota star.
' LA SALLE, 111 . Dec. 6.—Eddie Me-
I Goorty. Oshkosh middieeight, and George
, Chip of Newcastle, will meet here tonight
1 iu the flr>.t bout McGoorty has engaged
in since bis- return from Europe. The
winner htta been promised a match with
1 Tommy Gibbons ot St. l’aul.
MILWAUKEE. Dec. o.—Jack Britton,
welterweight champion, and "l’lnkey"
Mitchell of Milwaukee will clash in a
ten-round bout here tonight. Brltto* Is
; the favorite.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio, Dec. ft.—Solly
; Spsteln of Indianapolis and Eddie. Lav-
I ery of Akron, bantamweights, will meet
in the main bout of twelve rounds at
the next fistic show to be staged here
; Thursday night.
Sensational Game Won
by Congerville in Big
Battle With Gas City
GAS CITY, Ind., Dec. 6.—Before u
crowd of 2,000 football fans the Conger
ville Flyers football team of Muncle tle
! seated the Gas City Tigers here yester
j day by the score of 13 to 7. It was the
1 second time this year that Gas City has
: been defeated, having lost to the Flyers
I on Thank giving day.
Both teams land "strengthened” their
line-ups for yesterday's battle nnd the
j game the most sensational ever seen
' in this city.
There was little to cho-'se between the
teams In weight and they battled on
| even terms until near the end of tho
second period. The defense was so strong
thut few gains were made. Then Weaver,
j standing as if to kick a ball from a
j punt formation, started around Muncie'a
left end. He cut bark and tackier after
■ tuckler failed to cling to the Gg* City
giant. Big Weaver covered eight yards,
throwing off man after man and crosaed
the goal line for a touchdown. He kicked
A blocked punt was recovered by Ful
ton, the Flyers’ star guard, on Gas City's
five-yard line soon after the third pe
riod opened. Cooney Cheekeye circled
the Gas City end for four yards. Huffino
tried three time before he could carry the
the ball through for a touchdown and
Cheekeye kicked the goal.
The "break" that won the game came
late In the last period. Mickey Hole,
| left half back for Muncle, twisted his
j way through a broken field for seventy
! yards in returning a punt and scored
1 the touchdown that won the game. A
1 few minutes Lter he again mnde a sen
sational fifty-yard run In returning a
punt, but was tackled by Heno on the
! twenty-yard line.
1 IZ
Saturday Grid Scores
Boston College, 14; Holy Cross, 0.
Detroit, 7; Tulane, 0.
Georgetown, 14; Bethany, G.
Stanford High, 7; Elgin High, 0.
St. James High, 21; De Paul Acad
emy, 10. •
Cleveland West Tech, 21 . Fitchburg, 0.
Oak Park (Chicago), 19; Steel High
(Dayton), 6.
Buffalo, 7; Canton, 3.
Gipp Still Improves
SOUTH BENI), Ind., Dee. 6.—Physi
eians today*- reported that tho Notre Dame
star football player, Glpy, is continuing
to Improve.
After defeating the Eastern Outlaws,
19 to 7, in a fast game Sunday the River
side A. C. eleven disbanded for the sea
too. The Riverside* will put a baaket
boll ift-l-q m the field this season
Local high scheoo! fives will start in i
in earnest this week on their 1920-21
schedules. Manual nnd Shortrldge each ■
has two games carded and Tech, al- {
though playing only one contest. It is
with Franklin, last year’s State champs,
and one of the most formidable con
tenders for the same honors again this
year. The result of this battle will show
iocal fans Just where Tech stands In this
yea’-'e race. The contest will be staged,
on the local Y. M. C. A. floor Saturday
Coach Morrison's Manual goal-gutters,
refreshed by their overwhelming victory
over Columbus Saturday night, will stack
into Russellville Wednesday at the Man
u-:I gym. and on Friday will go to Sey
mour for a game with the high school
quintet of that place.
Shortrldge will take a “young trip”
this week up in the northern part of the
State. The north siders will play Lo~
gjnsport Friday night nnd on the fol
lowing evening will take on Wabash.
The football season Just ended hns left a
big score for Shortridgs to settle with
Wabash, and the Blue and White root
ers nr>e of the opinion that Saturday's
fra-’as will provide an excellent oppor
tunity to even things up.
The Franklin-Tech game mar be said
to be one of the big features of the year
that will be offered to ’oral fans and In
terest In the approaching contest is ris
ing to fever heat. Although the Tech
tensers have lost every contest played
this year, and to mediocre teams at that,
Tech followers are not letting the re
sults of these early contests worry them.
The line-up that will represent the Green
and White in Saturday’s batt'e will be
different from that whl h h-' placed the
games to date. Several football men
have been practicing every night with the
The city tournament wood is due for an
awful thrashing tonight, when the stars
among stars In the iocal bowligg world
will take chargo of the Democrat alleys
to do their singles ami dojbies duties.
Roth the 7:15 and 9:15 shows will be
I stuged by all-star oasts and those who
i don't w ant to m as tho flreworko bad
j better check in after office hours to get
a good sent. Jess Pritchett, Eddie Hark-
I enr tier, Fred McCullough and some more
of that crowd will take their whirl with
' the early birds, while Wait Flat, Irish,
Magel. Broden. I.lebtug, Bunch und com
pany will be there with the later division.
Derscb, Mounce and Reynold*, who
burned up the drives In posting high
singles counts Saturday night, held their
j place throughout yesterday afternoon *
j bombardment. Al It abe was the high
- Sunday mau with ttlO plus, which brought
| hliu up to fourth place.
| Collins, with 592 pins, took charge of
J the fifth station yesterday, while Ilargitt
pulled up at the seventh stop w.tb Ml.
Hackard Just did get under the "big ten"
wire with his 575.
The higher-ups in the doubles were not
i botb-r**.! much by yesterday’s shooting,
the Hurt brothers. Harry and Jim. shoot
ing the best nomination score of the
| day, 1,t)94, to land the fifth berth.
Burke and Albers moved into a tie
with Kichardt and Shine for sixth and
! seventh pbices with a 1,091 count, and
Ochiltree and Hargltt hupg their hats
on the uiuth hook by virtu* of a 1,075.
The Hurt-Hurt combination didn't do
anything sensational to get tlieir fifth
place total. They slmpiy shot a pair of
- mighty consistent stick*.
Ochiltree and Hargltt looked good w hen
they got away for 213 snd 192. respective
-1 ly. In the first frame, but they slipped a
! cog or two before the finish.
Fnrnan's 234 was the best score shot
J In the doubles, but it didn’t get him a
j match.
Derscb certainly shot a pretty club to
take his place at the head of the singles
| column Saturday night. He got 213 In
the first game, 237 In the second and
202 lu the third. Total, 652.
i Motince started out like the champion,
getting a 236 score, but be lacked the
old last-minute punch.
Indianapolis bowlers gave the folk* of
I St. Louis all the ‘ show me” atnff they
wanted In the Mid-West Tournament, re
turning home with about a thousand
cool ebecklet stowed away In their kicks.
While there wasn't an Indianapolis
knight on the f*t. I/oul* drives who did
not make n creditable ahorving, it re
mained for Jess Pritchett and Fred Mc-
Cullough to take the heart out of their
opponents. McCullough threw In hi* hook
for score# of 225, 226 and 217 for a
grand total of 668 plua and first prlzo
In the singles.
Blue followed McCullough's lead to cop
third place with a 656 total, while Pritch
ett und Xordholt shot for 613 and Henry
got among the leaders with 601.
Pritchett and McCullough then teamed
and knocked off a 1,185 total for sixth
1 mcney in the and rubles. Phillips and Pol
lard were next In line with 1,163,
Trltchett got a count of 253 in his sec
ond doubles effort.
In the five-man event the Central Alley
Five got away to a poor shirt, but came
back with a rush at the finish and laud
ed ninth place with 2,761 plus. Tho Coca-
Coins, Indians and Universal teams also
took money In this division.
Then the all-events scores were figured
i up and It was found that Pritchett, who
i crashed the wood hard In every game ha
shot, wns out in front with a grand to
tal of 1,853. So it seems as though some
of onr “veterans" still have a couple of
good kicks in their systems.
Alleged Connection of
Dubuc With Crooks Is
Cause of His Release
TOLEDO, Dec. ft.-—Jean Dubuc, man
ager of the Toledo club In 1920, has been
! given Ills unconditional release. Presi
dent P.ogcr Bresnahnn, In announcing
I the release slated it was for the best
; Interest of all concerned. Bresnahnn Is
, in thj field for n playing manager of
tdg league caliber to lead the Mud Ilenc '
| In 1021.
It has been suspected for some time ]
that Dubuc would not return next sum- j
nier because his name was connected j
with the recent exposure of crookedness
In the 1919 world series.
Because of his connection with the
New York Giants nt the time, and be ; "
cause of bis friendship for Hal Chase
nnd Helnle Zimmerman, Jean was the
i target for tho flngex of suspicion.
Baseball Not Commerce
or Trade, Justice Rules;
WASHINGTON, Dee. fl.—" Baseball,
professional or otherwise. Is not
commerce or trade. It Is sport.” said I
Chief Justice gmytli of the Court of
Appeals today In an opinion revers
tnv Ihe verdict of the District Su
preme Court awarding the Federal
Baseball League club of Baltimore
8240,000 In its suit against the Na
tional League of Professional Base
ball Clubs for alleged violation of
tee Sherman anti-trust law. The
case is remanded for trial.
Navy vs. Princeton
ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Dec. 6.—Princeton
and the Amnapoll* midshipmen will clash
on the gridlroix of Farragnt field at the
Naval V Acadwny\on Oct. 15 next. An
nouncement to tula effeot was mads to-
squad and Coach Black is expected to
choose his starting line-up from among
these men to a great extent.
The basket-ball battle between Tech
and Franklin is an annual event with the
two schools and the Franklin contest Is
usually the feature game of the season
on the Tech card. For the past three
years Tech has fallen before the on
slaught of the downstaters nnd the locals
will have to display much unexpected
strength If they are to avoid the same
result again this year.
Once again even at this stage of the
season It looks ns though the strongest
team In the. northern half of the State
Is Anderson and the strongest in the
i southern half Franklin. Each aggress
! tion has been going at a whirlwind pace
i this year and neither has been defeated.
These two ancient rivals clash tomor
row night at Franklin in one of the
| feature contests of the 1920 season. By
* comparative scores hung up in the early
| games this year the two teams appear
I evenly matched.
Frankfort is another team In the north
ern patt that looks mighty good at this
| stage, and it will take a speedy appre-
I giitlon to stop them. To date they aro
undefeated, their recent victory over
' Rochester being convincing evidence of
i their strength. Wingate has a team thl*
[ year that appear* to be going as good
j its their famous ono of last season that
won the American champlousohlp exclu
sive of Indiana, and along with Crnw
fordsvllie. cleaned up everything In the
Middle West. They will bear a lot of
w itching this year and many are already
picking them as the coming champs.
Martinsville and Bloomington also appear
; unusually strong this year, aithoug i he -
Vo not look the class of the above-named
Atkinson• Rasmussen 1162
Derscb Mouuce 1,125
Miller Bine 1.193
Flex- Snyder 1,095
Hurt-Hart 1,991
Richard-Shine 1.001
Burke-Albers 1.091
Kirkhoff Bush 1.V77
Oculltree Hargltt 1.075
Deublg-Curler 1.W9
Fa man-Abbott 1,009
Dersch 632
Mounce 629
Reynold* 624
Itnbe 610
Collins 392
Atkinson M3
Harritt Ml
Doyle 677
Tlernau 575
V. Hackerd 573
Alley—Doubles. Alley—Singles.
1. E. Hall nnd L. Cabler 6
2 R. ffuesltn and J. Goodwin 6
3. C. Dersch ar.d F. Mounce 7
4. E Merer and C. Cray *
3. j. Pritchett and F. McCullough 1
6. E. Harkc''rlder and F. Knx 2
7. H. Schmidt snd A. Rtrlebeek 8
8. 11. Leary and IL. Noffke *
—0:15 p. iu.—
1. F. Stirk and 11. Espey 6
2. O. Woodard nnd B. E. Scudder.... ft
3. (’. Lb-blag and T Broden 7
4. (’. fTovln nd K Mngel 8
5. W. W. l'lel and E Irish 1
6. J W. Spelcher and F. Kltefgen.... 2
7. 11. Bunch and 11. Weasels 8
8. E. Powers snd H. Harrlgan 4
Indiana. 48; Armour Tr- h. Ift.
Wahash, 33, Manchester, 16.
Concordia (Ft. Wsyne), 33; Joy-Gloom
(Indianapolis , 27.
.State School for Deaf, 22; Central Nor
mal. 20.
mr.n school.
Manual, 23; C,.lambus. 7.
Ar-adta, 28; Fortrllle, 13
Rochester. 24; Wshush. !0.
• ’srthsg*. 50; Clarksburg. 5.
Letts, 20. North Vernon, 10.
Ladoga, 88; Waveland, 22
Loganaport, 32; Tipton, 15.
Martluavtlie, SO; Lebanon, 12.
Morristown, 64; Acton, 11
Bedford, 65; Hcottslwirg. 10.
SmltbTll!*, IS; Oolitic, 1.
Wbiteland, 54 ; Avon, 2.
South Ride Turucrs. 88; Falrbanks-
Mr.ra*. 22.
Turner Seconde, 30; Jnnior Mooae, 15.
Atlanta, 30; Sheridan, 9.
Carthage, 16; Splceland, 11.
Converse. 40; Marion I-eglon, 17.
KOKOMO, Ind., Dec 4 The Kokomo
High S, hool basket ball quintet de
seated Marlon on the home floor, Friday
night, by the score of 32 to 21, In a fast
game, and defeated Wingate on their
court, Saturday nltrht, by the score of 24
to 22, In a thrilling contest, In which
Kokomo maintained the bad during the
entire game. Coach Gilbert hna the Ko
komo live playing a strong game at
A fart game should result tonight when
the Christa mores and tho Greenwood
American legion teams meet nt tho
Christum ore gym. The two teams met
a few weeks ago nt Groenwood, the
Legion taking the long end of n close
score, the only defeat Buffered by the
locals this season. Coach Lyoua is con
fident that after tho hard battle his
tossers gave the Greenwood aggregation
on their own floor they should be able to
annex thl* fray on their own stamping
grounds. The game will start at 8
o’clock. A curtain rater between the
Chratamore Triangles and nnother fast
team will precede the- big game.
Thursday night the local team will
stack up against the Heath Memorial
squad at .Cbrlftamore. and If tho Chrlstu
mores coma out of tonight’s gnino in good
condition they should have little trouble
in disposing of the Sunday school team
on Thursday night.
Stallings at Rochester
ROCHESTER, N. Y., Dec. fl.—C. T.
Chapin, president of the Rochester Inter
national League Club, last night an
nounced the sale of the club to George
T. Stalling* and Walter E. Ilspgood,
former manager and present business
manager, respectively, of the Boston
Stallings nnd Hnpgood declared they
are alone In the purchase of thn Rochent
cr baseball property. Stallings will
tnp.unge the club, and Hnpgood, who has
severed his connection with the Boston
club, will be business manager.
Hanger Cloibes m iw
Throe Stores First Block Mass. Ave. *
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Large Crowd Sees Indianapolis
Eleven Win Title in
Fast Game.
The colors of a football squad that
had not met defeat lu four successive
seasons of battle, were lowered yesterday
afternoon at Northwestern Park, when
a heretofore Impregnable forward wall
crumbled before trip-hammer drives and
the Indianapolis Football Club defeated
the Ferndale squad, 13 to 0, for the city
championship. Two thousand fans wit
nessed the match.
The game resulted in one of the moat
bitter struggles ever staged In Indian
apolis between rival clans, the first half
ending 0 to 0. The Ferndale* did not
once make first down through the Purple
and White line and circled the ends lor
the necessary distance only twice.
The Ferndale# brought the ball to
within scoring distance only once, this
being in the first period, after they had
inteH*epted a forward pass and negoti
ated u. pass, Athey to Nelson.
This put the ball on the Indianapolis
seven-yard line Just as the first period
ended. Flaggscamy, Ruddles. Ferree and
F. Pair then broke through to tackle
the Ferndale backs before they couM
reach the line of scrimmage on the next
four ploys and the ball changed hand*.
After this the Indianapolis crew forgot
their aerial play nnd plugged through
the Ferndale line to bring the hall to the
center- of the field, where they fumbled
and the Ferndales recovered
Matthias punted and the Purple and
White team resumed their march toward
the goal and were ag iln In the center of
the field when another fumble gave the
Ferndales the ball, a few seconds before
the half ended.
In the thrd quarter. Indianapolis
kicked off, held the Ferndales for downs
and Metzger got away for twenty-two
yards around right end, placing the ball
on the seven-yard line. Metzger was In
jured In the play and Klein, who took
h!s place, fumbled on the one-yard line,
the Ferndales recovering. Matthias punt
ed from behind hi* own goal and Jack
son ran the ball back to the Ferndale
twenty-wren-yard line. Hanley and Jack
son hit the line for two first downs from
here, and Yott romped over for the touch
down from the seven-yard line. Ferree
missed goal.
Shortly after the fourth period opened,
Klein got off a beautifßl pnnt to Mutthi is,
who fumbled <n the Indianapolis five
yard line when tackled by Fox, and Dar
nell. Indianapolis right end. recovered.
Klein was gt'en another chance to score
from this position t*r,d h< drove off tackle
for the distance. Ferree kicked goal.
After thl* the play surged back and
forth near the center of the field, the
whistle blowing with the ball in pesves
slon of the Purp> and White athletes on
their own forty-yard Un*.
Capt. Johnnv Yott, quarter back of
the Indianapolis crowd, proved himself
the star of the contest when other In
dianapolis back* failed to make their
dist-nce through the line. Yott took the
ball and squirmed bt* way through for
! anywhere from four to sevn yards at n
clip, breaking threugh a defense prepare !
especially for him. Every <vher mnn on
, the Indianapolis eleven p’.syrd "rent toot
i ball both on defense and offense.
M (this*, captain and full ba U of the
losing team played an excellent game
, Although sac n-.r an apparent d.-scat from
the start, tbta hard hitting and all fight
at')-te went at top anew! all the way and
h*d It not been for hi* pretence the * ore
probably would hare been n touchdown
r two greater J. Klmmtck. left t.vkle
displayed good charging qualities lu
; breaking through the Une to hurry In
dial itpoll* kicks
NEW YORK. De". ft—Willie noppr.
world’s 192 bslkilne billiard champion
for the !ast fifteen yes.r, will defend hi*
t tie here this wee* tn the unload annual
tournament. The event will I'Vffln today
*t the H. tel A'tor. Hoppe's oppoueni*
are Welker Cochran and Jake Schaefer.
J r
KdonatJ Horetnans. who 1* here to
meet Hoppe or the winner of the tourni.
ment, will t>e art interested spectator.
Horentsos and Sebsefer will p!sr the first
match of th* serte* and the winner w'tt
me-1 the champion. The tourney will
last three days, with afternoon aad night
Tuesday Afternoon—Martin vs Head.
Tuesday Night Martin t*. Mcrrikan.
Wednesday* Night Rubens vs. Head.
Thursday Afternoon Black vs. Eltz
Thursday Night Block ts. Vogler.
Friday Night VVtldmun vs. FitzGlb
Ybgler 5 o I.(KX)
Mcrrlknn 4 l .89*
Wild man ....5 2 .<ll
El no ran ....5 2 .714
Cooler 4 2 .667
Martin 2 1 .667
Black 2 4 .333
Rubens l 5 .lft?
Head 1 6 .143
FiUUlbbon O ft .000
Monday Afternoon Anderson vs, Head.
Monday Night-Mitchell vs. Eberhart.
Tuesday Night—Shane vs. Lock ridge.
Wednesday Night—Chief vs. Clark
Thursday Afternoon—Houseman vs.
Thursday Night—Frye vs Wler.
Friday Night Frye v*. Mallory.
Lockridgc (45) 4 0 1.000
Anderson (50) ft 1 .75*1
Chief (48) 3 1 .750
Houseman (45) 2 2 .600
Mitchell (45) ~.2 2 .50)
Mallory (45) 2 2 .500
Clark (40) 2 2 .600
Fryo (50) 1 2 .333
Head (42) 1 2 .333
Shane (50) 1 3 .250
Keiaer (42) 1 ft .259
Eberhart (40) 1 3 .259
Harry Stutz wns th- feature performer 1
In the Indianapolis Gun Club shoot Sat- I
urday, picking off 99 birds out of 100
shot*. Ills closest competitor was Klein,
who shattered 9ft clays, and 11. Lewis
nnd B. Homy divided third place with
94 each. Ford, the only pro on the firing
line, conne-ted with the pigeons 91 times.
Owing to the disagreeable weather, only
a smull crowd turned out. An elaborate
chicken dinner and dance followed tho 1
Butler Quint, Indiana
and Wabash Open Cards
With Decisive Victories
The results of the first week of col
legiate basket-ball In nooslerdom glvo
early dopesters little to work with, as
only three schools got into action.
Butler upset the touted Armour Tech
quintet of Chicago Friday night in the
Butler gymnasium, 32 to 23. Then, while
Butler followers were talking State cham
-I*l oushlps, Indiana trimmed the tame
team Saturday, 48 to 16.
Wnbaa'a caine through a* expected and
A Steady Flew of
Power Is Essential to
Safe Winter Driving
No matter how skillful the driver,
in an emergency his efforts do
not count if there are gaps in the
An instant’s hesitation in the
pick-up may be disastrous.
It is unnecessary to risk the danger.
v >*
The Eigh ■ Grade Winter Gasoline
Its use assures a steady flow of smooth,
rhythmic power —tremendous power —all the
power your engine is capable of developing.
You start easily, you get away quickly, and
accelerate smoothly, and you have at com
mand an abundance of power.
You get a maximum of mileage, and a min
imum of operating cost
That’s why we say Red Crown is the high
grade winter gasoline.
At Any of the FOLLOWING Stations:
10 th and Meridian Streets
Northwestern Avenue and 30th Street
30th and Meridian Streets
East Washington Street and Hawthorne Lane
Rural and East New York Streets
13th and Meridian Streets
Fairfield and College Avenues
Massachusetts Ave. and Bellefontaine Street
St. Clair, Alabama and Ft. Wayne Avenue
Capitol Avenue and North Street
West Washington and Geisendorf Streets
Virginia Avenue and South East Street
Meridian Street and Russell Avenue
East Washington St. and Southeastern Ave:
Kentucky Avenue and West Morris Street
Indianapolis <**“> Indiana
i illisa 2342
beat Manchester, Bft to 10. The Little
Giant* displayed remarkable form for so
early In the season, and with the galaxy
of stars now wearing the scarlet Wabash
fans are predicting big things. The
Wnbtsh-Em-Koe game hers tomorrow
night should furnish Coach Vaughan's
men their first real test of the lesson
and If Wabash trims their powerful In
dependent rivals, then Indiana. Purdue,
Notre Dame, Butler and D# Pauw cer
tainly will feel nervous
This week w'.U see practically every col
lege team In the State awing Into action
and the results of the early garnet are
being eagerly awaited by Uoosler net fel
Landis Says He’ll Give
Up Judicial Position
if Government Requests
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 6 Federal Judge Lan
dis. selected as head of organised base
ball In an addresa here Saturday as
serted he could see no Impropriety In his
accepting the b-seball position and re
tainlng fcia place on the bench.
ffpic speaker emphasized, however, that
whenever Congress derided bis position
with organized baseball interfered with
his judicial duties, and depended his
resignation from the benclT he would
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