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| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922.
World Results By Leased Wire MOOT BATTLE TO 8[ IMS’S FIRSTLONGGOINMANYMOMTHS Bout With Eddie St. Gair Was First Appearance in Year and Training Has Put Him in Better Con dition; Classic Battle Is Assured Morey Young, once contender for the middleweight cham pionship of the Rocky Mountain region, and said to be one of the cleverest big men that ever stepped in a ring here, will attempt to stage a comeback in his fight with Roy Conley of Thermopolis in a 10-round fight that will feature the Ameri can Legion card which will be staged at the Iris theater. Young had been out of the game hera for over a year. pri-»r to hb» l oot with Eddie St- Clair at the Iri* two y wtsckr ago. Dur.af that tuna ho X himself general’z »n shxno but engag ed tn no boxing matches. While hl* recent showing against a tough battler like St, Clair pleased many of his followers. Young did not ghow the class which made him one j of the premier battlers of .the district before ho retired from the ring game ’ here. Young Is rounding out a month’s Intensive training program and says he will be In m good condition as ever ■when he tackles Roy Conley Monday light. :-*nley, during the period that Young bad been out of th a game has been fighting on an average of once a week and is in the best possible oonditiofn. He graduated from the welterweight ranks and when he meets Young Monday win attempt to beat f the ace of the higher division. If Young is neat the condition he maintained during his active fighting career here over a year ago. the Thermopolis battler is in for the fight of his life. Doth the boys will con clude their active work with exhibi tions at the Casper Athletic club Sunday. . Young will work wrth Harvey Per kins and other tattlers and Conley will finish With light gymnasium exercises. This battle which will feature the card will be led off by a shotr pre liminary program in which some real S.'-htcrs will appear and by a battle royal which will add merriment and action to the evening bill. ELIIfNMS I IN CUE PLAY Losers of Today’s Matches to Be Out of Philadelphia Tourney. PffILADEIJTIIA. Fob. IT.—Weed h>K the losers in the internation al amateur classic A 18.2 balk line billiard tournament provided interest i today. In the afternoon match, Fran cis S. Appleby. New York, meets J. E. Cope Morton, Philadelphia. Alorton has lost all three gttnies and another ‘ defeat will eliminate him as a title contender. At night the two European repre sentatives. Ary Bos of Holland and Edouard Roudlt of France, will face each other after a day’s rest. The winner of tonight’s match still Will stand as a strong aspirant for tho championship. On the records w however, an American looms largo as ..•I ultimato victor, Edgar T. Applo- ■ by. New York national champion and ■ Percy N. Collins, Chicago, each hav- B ing two victories to his credit and no RB defeats. I MILTON 5W5115 I CARDINAL CONTBACT ST. LOUTS. Feb. 17.—M8 ton Stock, «tar third baseman for the St- Louis HKaL Nationals, has signed his contract for K 1922. BE In the contract was a dacse in ■ which Stock agreed to report at tho H Cardinals’ training camp at Orange. ■ Texas, not later than March L If E( he reports as agreed. It will be the first time sinco Stock became a mcm- ■ ber of the St. Louis Nationals sev- S «val years ago that ho has been ■ among the athletes at the beginning K of the spring preparatory work. Receipt of Stock's signed contract B brought to seven the number of play- B era who have signed new contracts. B Other players have contracts which carried from last season. Those \Bi signed are Stock. Lavan and Topor- infielders, and outfielders. Hearth- • B cote, Mueller, Mann and McHenry. r The signing of Stock, Manager ■ Branch Rickey said, removed the M possibility of worry about him not reporting in good condition for the regular season. Last year Stock did sign until the eleventh hour, missed spring training and reported only in time for the first gome, but BBk was not in condition to play. fel Special Weekly Rates . | $7.00 and Up. I Fine, large rooms, steam Ml heat, baths, hot and cold ■■ water. I American Hotel * 244 S. Center St. ■ Entrance American Case THETRIBUNE’S PAGE OF SPORTING NEWS YANGON STRIKE FOR HIGHER SALARIES, HOLDOUTS NUMEROUS NEW YORK, Feb. 17.—These are parlous days for the New York Yankees. Baseball calls it a “holdout session,” but the situation is described as a strike in labor circles. Babe Ruth, lambaster extraordinary, thinks he ought to have more money—and measures the "more” in the thou sands. Little Aaron Ward, keeper of the keystone sack, lets NO BASEBALL 111 SIffITFBCITI Good Material Drifting Out of Casper as Result of Uncer tainty Here. With th® advent of spring weather but a matter of weeks and spring naturally calling for out-of-doors after the long winter and the* out-of-doors leaning toward baseball as the great pastime, Casper faces the possibility of being without a baseball team un Iga'J Immediate action is taken. Ball players from many sections rs the country, believing that Casper would support a professional or semi professional organization have flocked here and are leaving again because no ctivlty in tho great summer sport is con contemplated. Among the players who will soon make his departure for other climes is D. I. El wart, a. pitcher who went through last year in the Montana league without loosing a game. He 13 a big strapping young fellow who hurls from the portside and it la be lieved would be a valuable addition to any baseball machine that Casper coujd perfect this year. Interests contemplating putting baseball teams in t the field or sup porting parts of a representative team should make provision to take care of players who are now stopping here, by providing work until the start of the season and jobs throughout the sum mer to help defray expenses. Platte Valley Gold Butter, two pounds for 65 cents. Norris Company Market. AFRESH MEATS" LARGEST MARKET IN THE STATE The NORRIS Co. WE BUY THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS We want you to know that all our Sausage and Lunch Meal* are HOME MADE in our own Sausage Department by our own Sausage Maker*. We also render our own Pure from Wyo ming hogs which we receive every week from different sections of the State. OUR EVERY DAY PRICES LB. Fresh Ham, Lamb Stew >. whole or half Beef Stew H1 1 n Pure Pork Link Veal Stew XUV Sausage Ok. Pork Chops mOC Beef Shoulder Shoulder Lamb Boil Chops Veal Shoulder IQI 600 doz. Fresh Eggs, Boil | z.ol. a t 2 doz. for ..75c Prime Ribs, t. 3>ooo ]bs p]atte valley whole Gold Bntter 2 lbs., 65c 4,000 lbs. Swift’s Pre- Pork mium Ham, family ■n h ±; t ■ size, per lb3lc Ihoulder ICp 10 lbs. Pure Lard $1.70 Steak 1 V Bring Your Pails Hamburger 10 lbs. Pure Lard.... 51.40 St ea k 10 lbs. Shortening 90c , „ Fresh Caught Moun- Weinie Wurst— LB, tain Trout, lb7sc Bologna OR Belgian Hares, lb3sc Minced Ham ._ /IIP Finnan Haddie. Liver Sausage “VV Norwegian Stock Fish. Bulk Sausage— Fresh F; , h Every Day . Pork Loin I Fr “’ h Oy.ter. Every Day. Roasts Eastern Selects, Round Steak LB. quart 90c Rib SteakQA Eastern Standards, Shoulder Veal /I IP quart7sc Steak Fresh Killed Poultry Rolled Prime Every Day From Our Rib Own Yards. Imported and Domestic Cheese.—Smoked, Salt and Pickled Fish Full Line of Delicatessen Goods—Fruit* and Vegetable* WATCH OUR LARGE DISPLAY WINDOW I Invitation to Hanging Party Turned Down PL J IT&BURUGH. Feb. 17.—An in vitation to attend a hanging al Mis soula, Montana, today has been de clined by Barney Dreyfus, owner of the Pittsburgh National Isague baseball club. Out in the western city. Joo Vo kovlch, according to the official Investigation is to go to the gallows today following his conviction of murder. Frank Jones, a private scout and a resident of Missoula, recently secured the hanging Invi tation for his boss. It be known that he want* hi* salary increased to SIO,OOO and won’t play unless ho gets it. Os the pitchers. Waite Hoyt Is the only one to come to terms so far. Waite recently announced himself a holdout, then got married and made peace. "BuDet Joe" Bush and Ram Jones obtained from the Boston Red Sox. feel their "advancement- entitles them to Increased salaries. Bob Hhawkey Is firm In his opinion that he, too, is deserving of a little mone tary gain, and Carl Mays of the sub way shoots, talks about a higher check for 1922. Meanwhile the Yankee .owners de clare they win not stand for anything unreasonable. IMHO GIBERS CIPniRE PIBIFIG CHIMffIWSRIP MOSCOW. Dwtdo. Fob. 17.—Basket ball championship honors of the Pa cific coast conference probably will go *lO the University of Idaho, it was said today, as a resu’t of tho Vandals* 82-28 victory over the Uni versity of Washington hero. In last night’s game Idaho led un til the last minute of the second half, when Washington tied the score at 24-24. An extra five minute period was played, during which the score was again tied at 26-26. after which Idaho men tossed three baskets to one for Washington. FOR RENT Nice business location on Center street; room 11x32 feet, on ground floor. Phone 1485 CDe Casper Oaflp Critune BRITTON DEFENDS HIS TITLE TONIGHT AGAINST DAVE SHADE NEW 1 ORK, Feb. 17.—Jack Britton, who was whipping first rate pugilists before Dave Shade of California ever heard of a boxing glove, will defend his world’s welterweight title against the youngster in a 15-round de-.ision match here to night It is said that the champion, because of his age—he is 37 —has started to slip and that he will • not be able to withstand the assaults of the 19 year-old lad from tho fam fly of fighting Shades of San Fran cisco. Jack /met David in Portland, Ore., about a year ago and he remembers the occasion. He was floored once In the early sessions of that scrap, but arose to fight his way through the remainder of the ten rounds. The contest was declared a draw. Shede has had success since he transferred his punching activities from the west coast to the east- His aggressiveness ha* carried him to victory In a majority of his bouts. Britton hasn’t been very active In the last year, excepting tn a aeries of bouts with lesser lights. They say he hasn’t the punch, nor the ebffttness that marked his bouts of several years ago. Tonight’s bout, tn one respect, has been likened to the Zbysxko-Caddock wrestling match of several weeks aa*** Stanislaus, the champion,, nearing tho fifty mark in years, defended his title against Caddock. just turning 38. Cnd dock was good and aggressive, but Stanislaus still has th® title. louisvilleTo Pill MUOR LEAGUE CLUBS LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 17.—The /'xhfbltion game* of the Louisville club of the American association In cludes games with the Brooklyn and Cincinnati Nationals. 3t. Louis Americans and two Southern lujsocla tlon clubs. The Colonels win play their first game with the Brooklyn club at Pen sacola, Fla.. March 19. Games with this club also win be played on the two following day*. Other games arc: St. Louis Americans at Pensacola. March 25. 26 and 27; Birmingham at Birmingham, April S; Nashville at Nashville, April 4 and 5; Cincinnati at LoniwvfHe, April «, 7 and 8; Nash ville at Ixmisvflle. April 9 and 10. NOTICE. The ladles of the Christian church win hold a hake sale all day Saturday at the Casper Storage grocery. ' 2-17-11 Xf Beginning Saturday—Final (,LEAN-U[ Os every dollar’s worth of winter goods—no matter what the loss to us. Come early and share in this money-saving opportunity. READ A FEW OF OUR MANY SPECIALS AnnyW oo i Socks, Extraordinary Shoe Heavy fleece-lined ValllCS Union Suits at Men - S Army lagt Wor k CO QC Wright’s and Royal Mills best All-Wool Shoes go at S'focTva'lues at 53«95 Men’s Dress Shoes; good quality all- ?j.OO values, at. leather, in English and Blucher lasts; Winter weight Derby ribbed $6.50 values Q/l dll? Union Suits at vtAC, at Men’s Sweater Coats, C 4 fifi can 7 a full line of W. L. Douglas sale price«]>JL»W Dress Shoes, jkfk x, upwards of Black and assorted MO colored sock-pair —vV Overcoats and Suits Army Gloves with Snap At wholesale cost and less. Hundreds of Button Fasteners, at men’s and young men’s suits and over- $2.00 Flannel Shirts, khaki and assorted coats at abont half last fall prices, colors. Your <g-f Off Men’s Four-Buckle Overshoes, on sale choice at Saturday and Monday 41Q IHh $3.50 Flannel Shirts, khaki (P 4 Qff only at and assorted colors, at—tgXatftr Leather Vests at about cost of material. All of our Leather Gloves and Mittens They go at three prices. have been marked 25% $4.95, $6.95 and $9.00 Khaki Handkerchiefs, ff All of our high grade Eskimo Flannel sale price WV- Shirts go at Wholesale Cost. M * fit have MF Li R Tj A-op Boots at | II jl | IEII || values in Reduced K » U Wiir Men’s CLOTHIERS 2=l 224 South Center Street LEADERS OF LOW PRICES WHITESOXTD START SOUTH Sleason Ready to Talk Trade to Pitchers on Eve of Annual Exodus. CHICAGO. Feb. 17.—WUllam (Kid) Gleeson, manager of the Chicago White Sox, and Johnny Fvcra, anoth er Natolonal leaguer, both boiling over with energy, today started prepara tions for the White Sox exodus to morrow. Gleason and Ever* arrived ' in Chicago yesterday. Gleason conferred with owner Com iskey. who has just returned from a ' trip to the Pacific coast. “We had a good ball club last year," Gleason said on hl* arrival "but we didn’t have the pitcher*. I expect Jose Acosta to be a big help to me.” Asked If he expected to don any trading with the New York Yankees, Gleason said he was willing to talk trade to anybody who could show something worth while in the pitch-; Ing line. • SPORT FLASHES HOT OFF WIRE DANNY NITNES WINS. At El Paso—Danny Nunes, acra mento. outclasses Joo Mat ran ga. New Orleans, in 12 round*. ATHT.FTER TNEI.IOIBLE. At Ann Arbor—Five Michigan ath letes declared bielirlb'e for future for competition owing to low grades in last semester. . BOWLING RECORD RET. At Cleveland—World * bowling rec ord believed established when Marion McDowell rolled total of 1,771 tor •ev en rames, an average of 253 p.n*. FOUR RECORDS BROKEN. At Detroit—Four world’s record* were broken and one was equalled in $7,500 Judgment Is Entered for Loss of Teeth NEW' YORK, Feb. 17.—A tooth is worth >1.259 in New Tcrk- Judgment ha* been entered against the city Ln the sum of <7,500 in favor of Miss. Mae V. Tracy. Brooklyn for . the loss of six teeth. Tho Leeth were knocked out last April Mis* Tracy teatifiet.. when she was struck by th** retriever rope of a trolley pole. Edgar Appleby Defeats Francis Feb. 17 —Edgar T. Appleby of New York, national champion, defeated hl* brother, Fran cis fi. Appleby In the Thursday aft ) ernoon match of the international > amateur 18J balk line billiard cham . plonshlp tournament today. 800 to 308. r The champion’* average was 17 11-17 . and hi* high run* M. 33. 3L Francis - Appleby’* average was 13 and his high 1 run* 43. 88. 29. ; Tiger Contracts Still Pending l r DETROIT. Mich., Feb. 17.—Hu , bort Ixmnard. star pitcher of the De i troit American league club, and Harry r Hellmann, leading batsman of the league last year, are still negotlatinx ‘term* with the Tigers for tho 1P22 r/wtraJ A. A. IJ. and national chain plon*hh> swimming meet 'here last night. LAWLER OUTPOINTS DELMONT. A» Tulsa—Jock Lawler, Omaha, wins referee'* oecislon over Gene Del moot In 18 fast rounds. SKATING CHAMFfONRHIP. At St. Blurt—Wfilfewn Olhjv. St Pr.oi. wins northwestern indoor amn tear skating championship with one hundred points, by winning lialf mile and mile events last night. McGOWAN WINS TITLE. At Saranac I>ake—Everett McGow an. St Paul, wins American profes sional outdoor skating championship titls from Arthur Staff, Chicago. ***>" Frank J. Navin, president of tho Detroit elab. refused to conflnn or deny reports that tho two players are asking 115,004 'or this ymr s work or that Heitmann had returned nls con tract unsigned. BHNffIS TO PLM IS [KHIBJTIONS Battery Men Report February 21 and Others to Report Week Later. ST. LOUTS, Mo.. Feb. 17.—A total of IS exhibition fames will bo played in tho south by the St. Loulr. Amer- ASTONISHING SUCCESS FOR POPULAR PRODUCT Thousands of People Who Were Weak, Thin, Run Down, With No Strength and Energy, Acclaim New Treatment by Their High Endorsements and Big Sales. Os all known methods of relieving suffering, sallow and thin mankind nothing has sprung Into such Instant favor us has Garren’s Tonic. 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