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EL PASO HERALD
Week-Eid Edition. December '4-5. 1920.
IN FINE TRIM;
IN FINALS FOR
REPEAL OF SKY
LAW URGED BY
Baseball Fans Ask That Game
Be Legalized on Sunday in
Order to Provide Recreation.
New Tork, Dec 4. A call upon "all
NOT BOX SOON
Johnny Wilson Loses Much
Money by Injuiy to Nose;
Wants to Re-Enter Ring.
Chicago, 111-, Dec 4. Johnny
Defeats Pierre Maupome, Mil
waukee Champion and Wins
3 -Cushion Championship.
Chicago, 111-. Dec 4. Joh Layton,
or St. Louis, finished lit first place in
1 1. e preliminaries to the national
three -cushion billiard championship
-oumament Friday nla-ht by his defeat
of Pierre Maupome, of Milwaukee, by
a 50 to 42 score, giving him a record
of ten victories and one defeat.
Clarence Jackson, of Estisss City,
finished second with nine and two,
n-hiie Augie Kieckhefer, of Chicago,
Maupome, John Daly, of New. York,
and Alfredo de Oro, of New York,
ere thrown into a four cornered tie
for third place.
The three high men will go Into the
' nals Monday against Robert Canne-
ax of New Tork, present champion.
The tie for third place was played off
true Americans in the state of New
Tork to work for the repeal of these
laws," signed by g-overaor Smith,
"which jrare immensely valuable fran
chises to the Su&dar baseball and
Sunday motion picture businesses,
was made today by the New Tork
civic league's committee appointed to
recommend militant measures against
the commercial interests that are
deecrating the sabbath.
"We are not askina for laws to nro-
hlbit amateur Sunday baseball or Sun
day motion pwttures where no admis
sion tee is charged," said the state
ment. It advocated prohibition of "all
Sunday sports and amusements con
ducted as a business and for profit.
DEMPSEY MAY MEET JOE BECKETT
ENGLISH OFFER PURSE FOR BOUT
could engage in any kind of match
prior to their championship battle,
which is scheduled sometime between
now and July 4, 1921. Whether Demp
sey has any intention of fulfilling the
engagement with Beckett In London
is sot known at present, but it looks
like pretty soft coin to pick up before
me oia event: nexi summer.
Jack Brltton. welterweieht cham
pion, and Battling Levins ky, who was
wnmpea oy uarpenuer. are also
booled for matches at the White City
in London. Britton is wanted for a
ratch with Ted Lewia. who r Mn flu-
best Johnny Bssham, while Levmaky
u7 sent against ramnardier
v tEW TOHK. Dec 4. Will Jack New Tork it was
!l DemDSey. present championl neither Dempsey
heavyweight of America, light
nfc-f r RHtfHh ehamnion. m
'-ondon d urine January? And is Jack
f'urley. who was interested in pro-
infinp tho j-cnt caMentier-Xevui-
ky match at Jersey City, interested
v. tth Jack K earns in the management
of Dempsey? It matters litue to roe
n a vhn mftniurS the OfaamDlOB Or
inv of er boxer, for that matter, but
tr : nl-nrcLT in teres tittfif to the foUow
' rs of the game to know the Inside
Gets BlfiT MWC7
The report comes from London
n ith the above information and it is
further stated that Dempsey is to get
2150,000 for do ring BecKert, ciear oi
all taxes, in addition to expenses. The
affair is being handled by B. B.
Rube) Welch formerly of America,
.ird the scene of battle Is to be the
Waits City In London. In writing; of
. he matter. A. J. Daniels says:
"The most important contract
rough by Mr. Welch is that of Jack !
Dempsey. who we now learn Is su&n-ag-ed
jointly by Jack Kearns and Jack 1
Tke contract (s net only signed
by the msnagws. but hears tke
ea! and ftiaraatsnre of tke New
Tork fcoxina? cemzclsslsit and the
name of five witnesses before a
notary pah-lie. Perth u more for
feits are posted by beta sUeg wftfc
tee Xew Terk boxinc eommtaalon,
"Wtfc they Trill lose akNM they
fan to come over here. Pmpsgy
Is to receive S1VH) ia American
moaey te meet Beckett or any
they may elect Tn Europe,
which of course bars Cerpeatler.
From reports recently given out in
i or some of the other heavies.
DB FOE FLOORS BROTV3T.
New Tork. Dec 4. mil- n.
of St. Paul. Scored a technical ImorV-
out over Frank ie Brown, of New Tork.
in une eieventn rouna or a 15 round
match Fridav niarht. Aftr
had been floored twice in the eleventh
round the refers halted th hnnt no.
Foe weighed 128 and Brown 22 f
' sen. middleweight champion, has bees)
most nrf oi-ttinat. In nMtlnr with an
accident to his nasal piece at a time
when he should be fathering the
shekles in by the wholesale. At
.first It was claimed that the Boston
"boy who defeated Mike O'Dowd for
the title had deliberately (tanked out
of a match with Bryan Downey at
Canton, Ohio, but that has been
proven all wrong from the fact that
wiison nas been iaia np ever since
with a badly injured nose.
It has cost the champion and his
manager, Marty KHllles, many thon
sands of dollars. It is not likely that
he will be able to ngnt before tne
first of the year. When he is ready
there Is one malt TTsiij Oreb hot
on his trail. Greb wants to fight the
champion for a ISMS aide stake and
will make the middleweight llra't of
160 pounds lor ine mates, j&oaie
McGoorty. former middleweight star,
has been talking of coming back and
trying for irf but It to doubtful
whether the Wisconsin- boy can make
the weight any more. auks u uowq
also clamors tor another chance and
Jeff Smith wants a crack at 1L
Too "bad Jimmy Clabby, now In Aus
tralia, ts not ben to enter the chase
for the title. Jimmy im without doubt
the cleverest or tne enure bunco, ana
despite his thirty years, would give
a splendid account of himself against
the champion over any distance, it
Is Just possible that Clabby wfU come
over before the present season enas
in June next, but if he does it, will
hardly be for good, as Jimmy seems
to have become so strongly Austral
ian acclimatised that he cannot keep
away from it. And besides Jimmy
has taken a Mew Zealand brio.
DKI.AVKV -wisrs BOUT.
Calgary, Afta, Dec. i. Cal Delacey,
of Cleveland. O, lightweight, won a
referee's derision over Bud Perrtll, of
Chicago. la a 15 round bout here Fri
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No Contest, And
No One Was Paid
It seems rather tough on a pair of
boxers to declare "no contest" after
the men have battled through 15
rounds. That is what happened tn
Fred Dyer and Billy Wells, a pair af
welterweights, who were flehtlnjr for
a purse of SUM and a aide stake of
91000 at tne National aponnu; ciud,
IS London. The referee warned tho
men to get busy about the fourth
round and again in the eighth. They
awakened for a time, but fell asleeo
again and when the IS rounds were
over the Judges, decided It "no contest-"
The two fighters made an aw
ful howl about It, but the Judges re
fused to reverse their decision ana
that ended matters. The money was
held and turned over to soma charity.
There have been several fights about
this oountry the past six months
which would stand similar action, but
the referees, as a rule, try hard to
avoid such a drastic course. The box
ers, after being warned twice, should
be fired from the ring and not wait
until the full distance has been traveled.
Wherever the next grand American
handicap trapshooting tournament is
held there will be a meetin of the
son delegates of each State Sport -man's
Association in conjunction with
the zone nspresentatives to the an
imal meet! nit of the Alnerlcan Trap
shooting association to discos In a
general way eonditloas for the bet
terment of trapshooting.
This was decided upon at the re
cent meeting of the A. T. A. and
marks a forward step In the promo
tion of the sport. When representa
tive", of 41 or mora stale associations
get together te disease the problems
of trapshooting and there are man'
proDlema some good anou. result.
A lot of good Ideas sfciold come from
such a meeting.
The chairman of the amateur com
mittee wfU no doubt he In control of
the meeting and if he. is wise, and no
Une Is more interested in trapshooting
JU il ,)VI L U1BJI 0WU IUDLGI, UC Will
throw the doors open to all trapahoot
ers and Invite them into the dis
Scrappy Game Played on Fort
Bliss Gridiron Between Lead
ing Teams of Army League.
Fort Bliss football enthusiasts wit
nessed one of the best games of the
gridiron season Saturday afternoon
when the Base Hospital league lead
ers and the 82nd artillery clashed on
the crass gridiron.
The Base Hospital team has not
yet lost a game of its Army league
schedule and is considered one of the
best and strongest military teams
turned out in some ftme. Its latest
victory won over the speedy Quarter
master eleven attracted a crowd of
several thousand fans to Fort Bliss
last Sunday afternoon.
The Myrtle Avenue stars are also
anxious to arrange a game with the
Seventh cavalry or some other fast
team for Sunday morning at Fort
Bliss. Sunday week the stars, now
playing under the Billings banner are
to meet the Base Hospital eleven at
Rio Orande park.
Coach Huttanus Issues Call for
Scrimmage Sunday Morning;
May Play Terriers.
Coach Herman Huttanus of the Bil
lings football eleven has issued a call
for his men to be at Kloastranae para
Sundav mornlmr at 10 oclock for
scrimmage practice In the event the
team does not secure a game for sun
day morning with one of th -BUsa
It is desired that the team obtain
ar much practice as possible for tne
game Sunday week with the Base
Hosnltal eleven. The two teams have
met before the contest resulting In a
victory for the Billings boys by the
score of 14 to six. Capt. McCain, the
capable head Of the Hospital team
challenged -for a return game and It
The contest te to be Dlaved at Bio
Granda'park at oclock Sunday after
noon one wesa xrom lonwrrow.
The Eighth Cavalry has also chal
lenged for a return game to be played
two weeks from Sunday.
Betting Upon Grid Games
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TlETTTXG on football games does
LJ not mean the great and cancerous
menace to the gridiron that it did
to professional baseball. I did not
shudder with a lot of panlcstiickon
football lovers when the recent base
ball exposures were made and it was
reared that lootbau mignt oe next.
Anvone iwho has ever Dlaved football
need never worry of the temptations
gamblers mignrpiace in tne way oi
ine college pwyero.
For one thine It should he rej
be red that a football player receives
not a cent of money for his services,
and only a certain kind of glory. That
is all he gets. ana. at that, it is twice
as much as he really wants. A col
lege football player works for his
alma mater and, while sporting writ
ers are inclined to leer at that very
idea, it is therigia I set, lust me
Vo Chanee at AIL
I need go no further, then, to tell
how little chance any pro-gambler
would have in approaching a college
football man with a proposition fb
"throw" a game. If the gambler got
off with an unpunctured skin, he
would be doing vary welL Xo. tn
common with many folks that would
immediately purge every game of
every indication of gambling, I do not
shudder for football.
Offhand, I believe that the re
pert ef hage sums being wagered
on feetban ssatehes is very large
ly hank. I kstow that Itmi are
vet ii by perse as was let their
sympathies away their Judgment
and oftentimes their edds; and I
fcaeiv that there are able keen
gamblers wh aUsvv sympathy te
reant Bet at alt la their bets.
Bet if an aeearate aeeeaat of the
bets made en a major game was
actually rendered, I am certain
It vreald surprise saasty feiks at
the shrinkage of Its slse.
You read In the newspapers before
a big game that thousands of dollars
are collected at this college and that
for a pool to bet against a rival col
lege. You would think that every
undergraduate had contributed from
xisa to 11SM to. this nooL so great
and staggering ft Its slse.
As a matter of fact, X never knew
specifically of any large bets that
wen ever made on the Harvard
matches, not even the Ms ones with
Princeton and Tale. I nave read in
the papers of thousands and thous
ands of dollars bet, and I RKva read
of fluctuating, betting odds; hat. so
far as actually seeing money actually
pat up or knowing personally any
body who actually did put manor up,
I have always been In the dark.
Tes, this betting talk ts largely
exaggerated. In tke football sea
son at least. Ton hedr the stu
dents telling how they will hack
up their team to the limit ete.
hut in nine times out of ten. if
their bluff were called, it weald
be found their limit In baeklsg
np the team would be a f or PS
note. And It takes a let of those
1 n ns.ee 9 staprerine: sum.
There Is only one way that profes
sional gamniers cut in on tne gams
of football unfairly and trim Inno
cent students out of money. That is
by taking advantage m tne constant
fluctuation of odds. Thus, with odds
widely differing, as they frequently
do the week of a game, a bookie could
put up moaey at different -dds and
on both contending aides to win. If
he puts up sufficient money and had
himself covered from both ends, he
would tot have to worry which side
won. The difference in the odds
would make him a marginal winner
of anywhere from 10 to So percent of
the entire amount of money he had
gut up. Of course, that: is all done
y shrewd wagering and crattly
prodding of student pride and senti
ment. The gamblers are clever in I
doing such things. But there Is ac- I
tually nothing dishonest about It.
However, it has always been my
opinion that students should not gam
ble large sums of money on their
team with the bookies. If tber must
Indulge In a wagering orgy, let them
do so with their friends. College men
can always find rival college men to
cover tneir money let inem ao max
and ahut the bookies out. Copyright,
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BENNY LEONARD READY FOR 'EM
CHAMP WOULD BOX ALL RIVALS
XJEW TORK. Dec 4. Benny Lon
ard, the lightweight champion, is
on the warpath. Benny is fight
ing mad. He has tired of the attacks
that have; been made upon him that
he cannot make the weight- Benny
has burled a defi at his tormentors.
He wants to meet them aU and elimi
nate them one after another. They
must fight or forever hold their
peace, is the way Benny puts it.
And Benny is not satisfied with
going after the contenders in the
lightweight class. He himself is
seeking higher laurels. He wanta to
annex the welterweight title held by
jacx Britton. Benny reels connaenc
that he will be able to add the wel
terweight title to his own laurels and
he a two-class champion.
Leonard Heseats Tannts.
Taunts have recently been hurled
at Benny that he Is' afraid to meet
any of the lightweight contenders in
a la-round engagement in New York
and risk his title in a decision bout.
i His annoyers shy that he has been
going arouna tne country meeting
second-raters, getting nice, fat parses
and taking no risk of losing his
-Ceensr Is wiling te fight
aay ef the contenders nader the
ruled and regulation ef the Xew
York Bexlng eemmMstoaV Billy
(Ibsen, the easaplon,s sssnager,
said la harHug.hls challenge to
aay one deslrtnV te grab Leai
ard's crewsu "If yen can ftad
any er all of these se-ealled light
weight contenders, lead them into
praee to talk over the details."
Gibson wants the weight forfeit to
be a big sum. so that, as he says,
"they cannot crawl out of the fight
at the hut moment on some pretext
Xeonard doesn't care who he
meets said Gibson, -whether it be
one or half a dosen. And Leonard
win box them all one week a Dart."
added the manager.
Pretenders Hunt Tail tfrass.
Ijeonard's defi haa been the cause
of sending some of the pretenders to
oover. They do not seem to be so
keen to meet Benny since the latter
hurled his challenge. They are side
stepping the matches by making de
mands tor xanuioua purses.
xex KJcKaru. who is tryinr to get
the other liehtwelsrhta to meet Leon
ard, is having more trouble in get-
ting opponents for the champion than
he had in bringing Dempsey and Car-
I-eyr xendler. the ex-newsboy
of Philadelphia, who has been
among the'ferrmest ef Leonards,
ehaUengers. Is askina- the medest
snm of SS&ees to meet the ehaja
plea. And what promoter would
be foo!sa enough to pay a eon
tender for a lightweight erewn
n sum undreamed of by even
eftamptens a the old daysf
The action of "Harlem Eddie'
Kelly in "laying down" to Leonard
on November 1? haa left a bad taste
in the figbt fans mouths. Kelly quit
cold when Leonard's drives made him
groggy. He probably will be black
p roach of under Se yards. That is
where they loss. It may seen strange
to you that this-faart remains with
us. for whem your Mr. Travis won
our amateur la IMi. J, believe he re
marked that Britten BOif was suffer
ing from Just this same thing.
"I can account for this present
epidemic to nothing else than the
falhsre of oar golfers to have
kept np their game during the
wnr. O.-.e who takes np the game
renters his efforts toward getting
leag shots with the wood and
skin wtta the putter. It Is only
when we hare been long nt the
f game mat we recognize the abso
lute need of arenraey In an-,
preaeh. Xow I hold that our
players, getting Into their stride
again feHewtng the war. have not
yet ejalte settled down -ts their
game. Another year wHJ see ns
"If your best players own over for
our amateur we will not be ojaits at
the top of our game, yet yen may
expect surprises. At least, that is
Personal Iv. I m fMittus- t- -k...
the more onUmlstJe views af thas
British ralnr tfesn tkn.. h.
theraserres. And while I agree with
the latter that 1m,Hm,
golf was outstanding this year, it is
my own belles' that in another sea
son they will be ready and waiting
for those Americana who seek their
UtTe. This. I take It. Is what we all
wish for. as there woaUVet be the
keen satisfaction tn ri.r&iinc k
on their own links that would other
wise come if we acoeapltebed this
when they are at the top of their
game. Copyright. 1SSS. Sol Sfetsger.
BRADLKY IS SOLD,
when New Orleans sold Hogh ;
Bradley to Nashville it was stated his
pmce wnn us mis would be taken
by Red Bluhm. but maybe the New
Orleans club isn't so sure shout
Bluhm returning to the game, for It
now announces a trade by which It
gets First Baseman Fred Leslie from
Houston in exchange for pitcher
Foar Percent Paid ea Saviagt
at this bank is so promptly
paid that the rcpsdaboo of its
maker cannot fail to stand
high in basinets circles. An
account here is a tfistntct as
set to a businem bub or wom
an. We shall be glad to have
vou open one.
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AMERICAN AiMATEURS SUPERIOR
ENGLISH ADMIT U.S. SUPREMACY
By FRASCIS OUIMET.
TTTHAT alls British amateur golt is
VV now a problem of concern with
every English critic And the
trouble is quite generally agreed
upon. The ' war ts the main cause
for the slump this past season, the
first in which competition became In,
ternatlonal, although all of them do
not agree upon the cure. Time alone
we no longei
alass of John Ball. Harold
:er have amateurs of the
Robert Maxwell and John Graham.
There ia stiU another problem in
British amateur golf that my friend
freely discussed. This is the ten
dency of the leading amateurs to de
MrCANN HKSIffiS JOB.
Engene hfcCann has resigned his
POSltiOn SS SCOUt. for th. nnplniu,!
club and it Is understood returns to
the Eastern league, where he will
manage a club. In which he will have
part ownership. Bridgeport is the
ciuo picnea lor him and he hopes to
do more with the Chain Gang there
than Kd Welsh did the jssst season.
CAD DOCK TVIJfS MATCH.
Fort Dodge. Ia.. Dees. i. Earl Cad
dock, former world's heavyweight
wrestling champion, won two straight
falls over George Hill, of Chicago,
here Friday night. The first fall was
ia IS minutes and 45 seconds on a
double wing look and the second fall
In 13 Canutes and 14 seconds with a
body scissors and half Nelson.
REVIVE OLD LEAGUE.
An effort Is belnsr mad tn rn.lv.
the old Arl-anaaa loagne 'with cities '
in ijouisiana added. THe mavsmnr
starts from Pine Bluff, ones a crest
little baseball city. The cirenit would
oe maue up oi fine is ran. Helena and
Hot Springs in Arkansas. Alezanrirl
and Monroe in Louisiana and inntH.
city to be found.
will not bring back the supremacy of pend too much upon distance. "They
the past if the tune methods are used ; are all tremendous wallopers," he
as Was formerlj the case. The Bag- said, "every one of thera. But they
llsh. therefore, see studying their , fall before men with far less dts- ,
problem, and fiat means they will tance at their command, because tbey
eventually solve It. ' have not devoted time to perfecting I
Amerleas Superior. the tellins shot of the game, the ap- I
British critics quite generally agree . "
that American . mateurs are superior
to their own. They hold that tne
showing of Bob Gardner, in carrying
Tolley to the bicter end in the finals
of their own amateur. &nd the failing
to come to the finish at Roselyn. at
well as the coraplet6 elimination of
Wethered. Tolley and Lord Hope In
our qualifying round, is evidence of
face value and cannot be taken to
mean anything other than our su-
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are oae-day medal contests, which
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need m order fo proprlv and rap-
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