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National Golf Date.
Ti:.V:iv. February 21. --The n
.tal npen golf I'himp: uisuip at
!:iifrr.i'. will he played the week
f Aukj( I or August S. Tiie ex
sri date will he selected anil an
. . nt-. il j!-xt Tuesday !n New York,
at tin- Joint meeting of th; United
t a t s J. If . s x i.it Ion anJ the
. fe-si onn '. tiolfers A oc ia t ion .
i.-oording to a telegram received ay
in; rni. ..fr!eiu;. from Alex Pirie,
?' T'Mvy ..f tli,' Professional 5olf
f r-.' Ast.oeiall. n.
TI. 1' .1 e h-'en Sr!
the report ha
:::i'in thai a number of
a In :irnt!'ie Va not
li.---.ri rev- alM r o oraus7.n,: to In, k a
''O-.i tta'ri 'iuritig '.Ivs o " . . jei sensoo
unl pm the spi'M on stLista.ru ;sl basis.
According to -,h rumor a wni'nv
cup. tallied at .ion i. to be- formed
own th lasihri; park ani finance
the tea.m. It i r,-. th.n .'ll.'teo of the
s'oejj has a.lrea d been a. Id. The story
s--es that th vacant land lying between
"'o: Graxd Oalunaet r.ver and tha I. H. K.
'racks jut west of Calumet ave., or a t
t na rar of the. Federal hotl will be
i"'! a . the park. she. Plaji now :n
o'uia a crmcreie retire around th
croonis. a large, concrete strand stand,
a :d a. spacious o'moho ;--
Th awe as proposed i cr..udcred an
"Tcelleni one .s it is n-ar the street
car tins and would be easily re-ached by
fan frarm HainTaotd. WrutUig and KAt
1 hioa.go, tluis tsir.rij; the largest pos
trible erowrti froviiijr a tr-a-ra is put
in tlie field which can. trutso U interest
ing for followers of the sport.
Just who ia pushing the- deed bis not
ben revealed, but it is expected that
wittatn a few days a definite ncrrancte
iTieTLt will be made of the success or
failure of tb preposition.
In on' of the most hotly contested!
j games of the season the Valparaiso j
j high school defeated Hammond on the;
! Central school floor by a sC'.re of S" !
j to 13. ;
The lUimnond lada did not seem to
get their bearings during the frst'
l-alf and ihe score stood li to . in j
iivor of Valpo.
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TTOR-IiD OF 5 PORT
Nebraska and Towa may not meet
'n tk4 gridiron next fall.
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Ha.rs'ard ath;etio tearea win resume
southern tnp next spring.
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Partmonth had added fencing to its
offtetaPr racogrniaed sports.
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Harvard ha.s booked twenty-aeven
baseball eames for nxt season.
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The Atnatenr Athletic onion haa 413
,-:nbs ar.d 11.54." vfreii athletes.
Ind!aiiapo''.s haa soid Sam Crane, a
hriliitn younj inflelder. to CJncinnatL
v"f-fj-inal laii baseball n!na nsad
ITTS bseba': during the 1319 sea
j:i'.t t he cabaret. Ha. ha. Ian Mac.
husky meat cutter .f VbitinR wins., the second half and twice were with
in striking: distance of tie. miring
this half ("earing; was Hammond's
main poinl getter, caging four field
("live the check to Mac, waiter.
S.vtior Freedman is due n gie .lab-i
her Voting a bad wiiippir.g a; Aurora! ROa!a and six free tiirowa. Coach
tDitiorr w nig htaccording to the to wn j Veenker's charges outscore.i t- Val
pump. i parai.o team during tins period hy
H points to Ca Ipa t aiso's 1"
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Our Hoosier Irish down at No'.rt
1 t.nme failed t. re?ier iciory in any .
of i heir athletic contests Saturday. .
At t h" indoor track and field meet j
of the First Regiment A. A. at Chi- i
cago. the Irish landed fourth place j
Th- .ou.ome of tlie game, wiin tii.
sr-ci i. m.i I t ou ri:a me ; faxor'tes. shov
thai Hammond will make a strong bid
for honors at V alparaiso on March 5 1 )i '
In a preliminarv. the Prsfo t er a n I
I", of C. IS: i freahmen Ity a score of to 9.
with S points, other scores were: I.j Gym team defeated
A. (-., C. A
unattached U: 1'. of Illinois. 5: North
western. 1. However. A. Desch. of; follows
Not t a lame made a new record for, Hammond i2Si Tarnogrodski
The ltce-up of Saturday's game is a"
events when he equalled th'j KTann, If; Caatring;. c; Grace, rg; How-
world's mark at forty yard low hurd-i ell, !g.
1-s. Time .04 4-5. The formar central J Valparaiso f 31 Wa 1 1 er, rf; VVernr.
association, record was 3 seconds. ; If; Fabing, c: Scott, rg; Coyer. Ig:
T - x x i Scoring. Hammond: Field goals. Tur-
The seoond defeat for Notre T)ame' nogrodski. I; F.vans. 1; iVaring. 4;
ot evil Saturday was in the dual track j Oraca. 1: free throws. Clearing. 6; How
mert nt Notre Dame son by the Kad-jell. 1; foula, personal. Turnogrodsk i. Z:
get s who scared a total of 4S point j Kvani. 4; Aahbaucher 2; Oaring, I;
to the Hoosters' 3?- But at tun une Howell, 1. technical.
has to hand it to the duwnstate know
ledge emporium. A few years ago. in
athletics. Notre Tame was nil. 1e
furura Is bright-
And to make the mamory r,f the day
more dismal the Notre Pitns Ave fel'
before th terrific onslaught of the
University of Nebraaka unintit at the
latter'a abattoir. Score; U. ot N., 31;
Notre ra.me, 10.
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Tha Sport "World scrioa left Ham
mond at a late hour Saturday night
via the Rattle-trap t.inn which bumps
along between Hammond and Sixty-
Scoring. Valparaiso: Field goals,
Scott. 1: Fablng, 4: Werner. 3; Wai
ver, i; free throws. Walter, 5: Scott. ;
foil;, personal Coyer t; Scott. 1; Fab
lng. 3; Werner. J; Walter. 3: techni
cal. Scott. 2; Werner. 2; Walter. 1.
Biuknt hail followers should loolc
forward to tha game with Whiting
next Saturday to be played ar the
FIGHT V ALGER j
third street, Chicago. i XEW TOP.K. Fh. 23. Johnny K .!- j
A windy conductor flashed the re-!j,an tne oldest of present day boxing
minder of his week'a pay. amounting ! champions in point of possession of a j
to aboot $?. and gave tha scribe tha j title, will defend the featherweight
following rttal statistics whiclt, con" i chaniDionsbia Wednesday night bef. r,- ,
the i-tportnen'a clut at Newat
siderlng circumstances, may be taken
' as entirely reliable.
120. o32 pngr- ss. . .4
Tonr.c lad:-R of th rj!utn! district
pers'i !t) notations of Beatrice
i j r'r; Till fpll to glimpse (thla. But
t'v ir more athletic sisters rb nead
!! .Tivice as how to deal with mashers
v reart Ts-ilVi interest the npm that
Hare! Tl.'chklss WightmajL. of'
Cost' n has offered a handaom ailver
i (.1 h awarded the best tennis
t ioyer of the world. Local tennis clubs
v.'l raceiva invitations from the I'nit
e.l States Tvawn Tennis Aasocl atlon and
i-. formation regarding the rules. The
o.mjxitit rve series has btien set for the
week of August 23rd.
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P.ecnTl the Logan Square tr-saets who
recently performed at ("lary? Wei!.
Saturday night they won the 145 lb.
ity baelwstbaJl championship of Chl
'sio, whe-n they defeated the South
""hicBjrs Whales, 31 to 2 4. Who's the
l?ls 19 IS
on cars. .... S"l J S"
seats 2SS43 lSJ.3f)3
seats ?S.923 1,10J 2SSJ45
at office ... 19.3J 10.32 1V6"2
pasa. mile.. 120,531
a ff er careful
search . smaleat smaller
against Benny Valger. vf New Tork.
The boxers will wind-up training for
the bout tomorrow. They are tr t,ix
NEW TURK. Feb. 23. Kd. St rang
ier Lewis and Jim IxnJ. . the Gre-vc j
wrestlinj cuttmpion have today he. :i j
nvatehad to ntect ;.i a flniah mat-h at i
Madison Square garden on March ?. i
Six-Day Bike Race is Off;
Gotham Cuts in Again i
McGRAW MAY RESIGN j
NEW YORK, Feb. 23 . Accord r.g t J
; a rumor printed by a New Tor news
paper today, John McGraw may retin
as manager -.C the Giants. Tlie ru-
. ,M ' . . , mor i founde.1 on repo-ts aid to hava
Pla. to hold a s.x-day bicycle race , . M 0Tn Hav.r, , ,
" D;ltM, rrLra haV btn i rt that l'4 :r.d Presid..:,: ; ;
abandoned by Phil ElweJl and his as- . c.,. . . v- . ... ,
, Stonehani the New 1 oi k (. Iu
sociates just whan the event seemed . . . ,,
, . . I have had a ser ous disagreement.
as.areJ. New Tork has deeded to
stage its second rse of
I Marrt. 7 t r. 1? r ti i t h i 1 1
riders fn m racing ,n trhicago. Thar
will be a raee here next w.nter, how-
prevent T" I Galesburg Boy Succumbs
to Injury from Grid Game
Eetwaen wega," ehtoc. and the
town pump, the coltrmnlst has doped
out the results of three flr!c encoun
ters scheduled for the week; all of
the-m aT locaj.
Ritchie Mttctvll should affix the ki
bosh to Lew Kdwards in their battle soiation
at Milwaukee cn Thursday. Tha for
mer Is ehajmplon of Milwaukee and the
latter lightweight titleholder of Aus
tralia. Mitchell is in top-notch form,
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A.t Kenosha. Wednesday night. ren
rtr O'Keefe of South Chicago, a figh
ter who has won hundreds of friends
in the Caltrmet district, will do battle
with Eddie Fitzslrmnons, fast and
lard hitting eastern lightweight. Ifj
Los Angeles Auto Race
Postponed to Saturday
LOS ANGKLKS. Cal.. Fhe. 22. The
150-jnfle automobile race, which was
to have opened the new Los Angeles
apeedway tomorrow, ha been post
poned until Saturday at I p. m - be
cause of wet grounds. Thl announce
ment was made tv.ght by A. M.
Clung, manager of the Speedway As-
j OALBSBURC. 11!.. February
i Harry Williams, end on the Galesburg
( high school football team, died here
this, morning sfter a lingering three
m'ntha with a crushed verte-bra. Wil
liams' neck wa broken Nov. 1.i in a
gams with Peoria Manual Training
High when he dived for a fumbled
Stanislaus Zbyszko Steps
Into Ring on Saturday.
NEW TORK. Feb. 22. After an ab
sence r( flve years. Stanislaus Zbysko,
will tnaka his first appearance in a
wrestling tiout 1n th s country at the
47th regiment armory. Brooklyn. Sat-
i urday n ght. He has been matched to
I meet rrini Zoler. who c'a;ms the
Wednesday and the fast quintet Mpra-j h, VTW.irh, champlmsMp ff Rohe
senting th Brit !er House of Chicago on . , ' u w, a ,,,, nlatoK.
Tbe Treflbyterlaji te.m ple.ya a fast
GYM TEAM TO
PUT ON ATTRACTION
The fa-st Prshy teriaji gTii team of
Hammond have scheduled rimes with
the North Knd Presbyterian toam on
O'Keefa will watch his opponent and' and clean ira m of basketball. The games j
forget the spectators he ought to win
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pT-tp-sey Quits Cabaret Crowd on
Turning: Boxer Promoter Tells of
Jack's First flout Wins $23fi Head
line In Trib. One gueys as to why Jack
MACKS IN CAMP TODAY
are pUyed at the Presbyterian cirh I NF.W TOTt K. Feb. "2. The 1929
on the corner of Highland and Mohman j haseba il campaign i. acheduled to be
sts. The public is urgently reo,!ieted j g'.n lomorrov at Lake Charles. 1.
to jHtronize these young basket tossera. Conny Mack with a small hand of re
Th admiseiion at the door will be hut emits and h:a Teleran catcher, Cy Per
15 cet.ts kins, will under In the trainir.g of
e dta .
ood fellows get together,
TALK about close harmony you
ought to know how good tobac
cos get together in the Chesterfield
For Chesterfields contain selec
tions from the four finest Turkish
varieties bought on the ground
by our own resident buyers and
the mildest of thoroughly aged
And in the blending of these
choice tobaccos, our experts have
produced new qualities of flavor
new taste-deiights that bring to
your smoking an enjoyment so
complete, so full, so rounded out
that only one phrase seems to de
t,. . , :
Flavor scaled in by
the extra, moisture
proof wrapper on
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what is expected to be a record break
ing season. Thursday th advance
guard of the Brooklyn team gts und
er way f, t Jacksonville, the Robins' be
ing the first of the National Lea suers
to start for camp.
Take The Times and keep (a
without readin? the want art oxea
Goullet and Efff Arrive
c? j j- f. s c r a 1 1 " n
For New York Bike Grind i n. -no
NEW YORK. Feb. 22 A'ffd Oouil'M
and Oscar Ficrr will nrrive 1 0:11. r r. w
on t.h" French liner La Sa o;.-, Ooul-let'.-t
arrival being a surprise t., the
promoters of t lie six day bicycle rn.-e
which will take pi are here March 7tl
iOl jiiitd :i 1 tr !. . 1: t
to get the sa :ne ;.
latter is ati '..-is
H"ii:"t and a rra tik ' i f i-sis" 111
iu-ly nfter signing f ; tlo- ri.
to g.t In two weeks', work .-of--race
v;:i rid s r
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NKW YORK". February 22.
Kennedy, the Montreal oro;r-.
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f the French wrestling era m
va.Jioe i'hf, alr. If ft t'liii-t
Kennedy ;s ready t.. mat'.
with any t iv-il to prove h; ;
:i. : . 3 ; . 11 w i 1 a Stctio'r for tic
! i anxioiis to rnect addo k.
claimed he f reed t'addock
ten the tournament in Rati'-.
tne Frenchman won the chani
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