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PAGE EIGHT FROM THE .athi.ftlC WORLD m a m Edited By SID OLIN ww HARRY GREB DEFEATS TOMMY GIBBONS IN FAST 15 ROUNDS AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN Pittsburg Battler Gets Judges’ Decision; Gibbons Tries For Knockout But Greb’s Punches Play Effectually Against Gibbons’ Body NEW ToYtK, March 13 Harry Greb of Pittsburg, tonight defeated Tom Gibbons of St. Paul, receiving the judges decision after their fifteen round match in Madison Square Gar den. The fight by rounds: ROUND 1 Greb rushed at Gibbons and when they clinched the referee had diffi culty In seperating them. They ex changed light body blows at close quarters. The pace was fast but the blows were few. Greb landed a hard left to the body and brought blood from Gibbons’ mouth with a right at tha end of the round. ROUND 2 Gibbons worked a left to the body. Gibbons crossed a right to the jaw. He sent rights to the body. They ex changed hard punches to the stomach at close quarters. ROUND 2 Greb landed right to the jaw. They exchanged rights to the head. Greb swung ihre« light lefts to the Jaw. Gibbons sent left to the stomach and Greb crossed a right to the chin. ROUND 4 Greb sent left to *the jaw when Geb bons missed a right swing for the body Greb sent left t-o the stomach. They exchanged rights to the jaw. Gibbons landed straight left to chin. They exchanged rights to the body. ROUND 5 Greb sent a right, to the face. They exchanged l'ght blows at close quar ters. Gibbons sent a hard l*ft to the Jaw. Gibbons swung rights and lefts to the Jaw. Greb returned with rights and lefts to the body. ROUND C Gibbons hooked left to the stomach. Greb sent rights and lefts to Gibbons 1 Jaw. Oihlwms sent a straight left to | the stomach. Greb found his Jan with j a right. ROUND 7 They exchanged a series of light blows to the body and head. Gibbons j booked left to the Jaw Greb sent a hard rig it to the face. Gibbons return ing :i -!giu to the bod] Grab sent ' hard lefts to Jaw. when Gibbons hurt! him with .1 left to the IxMly. ROUND S j Greb swung lard tights to Gibbons, head. Gibbons hooked left to the ato- j mach. Greb sent a straight right to j Jaw and Gibbons appeared hurt. Greb j followed this with a series of swinging! lefts and rights to the head and was whirling his best windmill style at ; the bell. ROUND 9 Greb was on top of Gibbons from: the firs: and landed a few good blows ! on the body but in his rngrrroi«s he • swung wildly. They exchanged straight le f t» to the stomach. Greb a vung right to, the Jan and took I* ft to jaw in return. Gibbons landed a stiff inside right to , bin. ROUND 10 Gibbons swung lefts to the body, j Greh *rnT ;«*ft t*. the jaw. Gibbons hooked left r.i . bln and right to body [ Gibbons swung hard left to the stom • ■ ROUND 11 Gyeb swung a left to the face. Gib hor.s sent hard left to the stomach. Gibbons sen • a hard - ght to the jaw* after taking a stiff left to the chin. They punched hard to the body at close quarters ROUND 12 Gibbons «• ••• two hard lifts to the - 1 •'• f• • ■ shin Gr-b returned righ’s to the head and body Greb swung a left to the Jaw ROUND 13 Greb swung right- and lefts to the head. Gibbon- hooked n left to the i body. While Gibbons played for a j kno<*kotit punch. Creb hammered his head and ipody w ith swinging rights j and lefts. ROUND 14 Orel, continued swinging assault to the hend and the body. Gibbons j •wunc a left to tho stomach. Roth nvsse.i many chances for effective I punching thru wlldne** Gibbons landed a light >ft to the istomach. ROUND 15 Gibbons hooked left to the chin. : The*, exchanged r.ghta to tha head ■ but if w ; ,a apparently of little effect. Gibbon•• swung left to the jaw Greb . landed a right to the head nt the belt. Greh. «t > |e«| the human w indmill . *n img hard right* and lefts to Glb#>ons ; bend thrUOU! Ihe COl tMt Olid his IDCCd [ prevented the S* Paul man from. f effect y bis fa mod bod :• ; attack with which he has kn<> d out | i tw<» \;nrs more ttianj fort opponents. Gibbons' punching! wan nil forth» bod* and the blows' he landed were llgb* Gibbons gained ; LOST! 280 Pimply, 736 BUdA— m % No reward la offered, heeauae Ihey m % ore lost forever! No question will be m M _ Masked. except one question. "How ■ BOId you lose them?’’ There te but one ■ mW . ■answer.—“l cut out new fed treat - ■ Wk J Ifnente end gueeework I need one of ■ Jr tWid flthe moet powerful blood-cleansers. m blood-purifiers end f* e e h-builders m known, end that la H. 8. 8.! Now my / »»|\ m fere la pinkish, my skin clear ea e / V W *’”••» my cheeks ere filled out end nr ■ \ W rheumetlem. too. la gone!’* This win i ~ /W be yo«r experience, too. If you try a. 8. 8. tt la guaranteed in be purely vegetable In its remarkably effec live medblnel Ingredients. 8. 8. tk means a new hlatnry for you from now gteetees feel teg Iksl on' *B. 8. 8 is bold et ell drug •Id'se esasee eM a eiear. pare, ruddy mm- in two sixes. The larger else Is the plexiesb more economical. five of the rounds, the second, third, tenth, eleventh and twelfth and the re mainder. with the exception of the fifth and seventh, which were even went to Greb. Neither man landed a blow powerful enough for a knockdown. It was their fourth ring engagement. In previous bouts Gibbons had won two on newspaper decisions. Grob weighed 1631* pounds and Gib bons was 7 1 * pounds heavier. Greb whs tireless in his swinging and was punching faster and truer In the closing rounds than in the cany ones. Gibbons claimed after the match that he had dislocated his right thumb in the third round and knocked It back Into place again In the tenth. Dr. K. A. Drummond, who examine® the thumb said It was badly swollen and gave evidence of having been dis located. BOWLING The Chieftain "Four" who defegtod tho Star Journal bowlers lag; Sunday, have accepted the Sunvllle Rakers challenge for a game next Sunday afternoon at the usual time 1:30 p. m. J Jones won the prize for odd games. Sunday in the Orange Crush- Rakers Gnnge series he shot a spare on No. 4 alley and a railroad on No. 3. five spares and five «plit* lor 130 score. Nine work Joe. No errors In ! the series though. ! Tonight will toll who aro Merchant's Dengue champs, the orange Crush or j the Cocoa Colas. The Coca Colas have to win 3 straight to take th" lead. If they win 2. they tie the Orange Crush I for first place. | The Loop Market lineup to go to the ; Springs tomorrow night will be Jones. | Lee. Morgan. Coward and Buell. I The Polar Ice Crcom company pin artists enjoyed themselves Inst night In a aerie* of five games. Hyman, John J and Larry winning three. And Wright took Clus 3 out of 4 Wright 144 131 I*l3 159 i Gus 125 133 136 150 Buell 103 172 174 176 1.30- -753 Myers 107 134 90 I*2 112—554 Blei-ner .132 111 127 118 135—626 342 417 4*o 396 3*0—1937 | ! Lyman 147 173 116 121 176—73.7 I-.rrv 127 147 164 137 143—72* John 119 173 102 117 176—657 , m r.«: IT* 497—31461 G. Knebel Jr. -116. 2'*6. 173. Ixjok me | oxer, boys Brown 14* 136 149 42.3! Waite 122 112 167 401 ' G. Knebel 146 206 153 305 DUCy 131 93 147 376 , Coast Bantam Chomp Kayos George Adams PHOENIX. Ar.r. March 13 —Ad i Rubldoux "f Riverside. «'nl.. claimant of the Pacific i-oast bantamweight championship kn»> ,r" out George 1 Adams of Chicago here tonight la the third round of a scheduled ten-round: The semi-windup of six rounds was a draw hot ween Red Driggx of i6alt lake city and Rattling Scotty of Phoenix Johnny * nrlyle of I.o* Angeles fought a fast four-round draw with Jimmy Dougliix Af Phoenix ALLIGATOR IS MASCOT OF FLORIDA HOWLERS TOLEDO. O. Mm 1 3 -- An nlllKHlor rooted around the American Bowling congress tournament alloys today. He was brought from Jacksonville. Fla . b> the Florida Metropolis Evening Newspaper team, which share* the alley tonight with teams from Wash ington. !>. f*. The capital teams nre coming hark into the A. B. C. after ten years outside. Chicago and .New York continue to have hII the firrt money roller*. The lenders at the start of today** rolling were: Five men M in«*rnllte. Chi cago. 29*4: Two men—f, Rtdd*ll-L. Lurkc. New York. 1 272. Individuals.' W. Luntlgren. Chi* ago 729. n1! events 1.. Lurke. New York. I*Bl. THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN McGRAW HOPES TO MAKE FIRST SACKER OF THIS LANKY PACIFIC COAST PITCHER Gaorfe Stanton working out at first at San Antonio. John McGraw, Giant leader, has decided that the future holds more for George Stanton, lanky southpaw hurler, ns a fir3t baseman than as a pitcher. Stanton has two assets a good first baseman needs—rangy build and a southpaw whip. He came from the Pacific Coast league and stands 6 feet 5Va inches in height. Sporting Notes | SAN ANTONIO. Tex.. Mar. IS.— ' Fred Toney star right hander of the New York Giants and one of the three 'Giant regulars who has been absent from ramp since Spring training at i rived yesterday. ANNAPOLIS. Md.. Mar. 12. —The midshipmen swimmers overwhelmed the University of Pennsylvania swim mers hero yesterday winning at Polo. ! 7o to o. and taking a swimming meet 33 to 11. With th«* water polo victory I and having defeated Princeton inter collegiate championship two week* ago. the naval lads have demonstrated their superiority In this sport. ann ARBOR M lei . Mar it.— Derill Pratt, second baseman for the Boston Americans, will lea* e Ann Arbor about March 10 for Hot Springs. Ark . where he will Join hi* team for spring training. Special per mission wo* granted Pratt to return several days late, an he has been work ing ojt Pii« h day with the Michigan baseball nine in Waterman gymna sium Pratt, who was cose), part of the last season, has beep helping Ray Fisher with his 1922 nine t’LKY ELA NI». «• Mar 1 2 —Offi cial sanction to boxing contests In hool buildings «• *1 community cent ers has been given by the Cleveland Board **f Education. The first shows HOW HEINIE LOOKS IN GIANT UNIFORM Heinie Groh, left, and Prank Frisch, photographed at the San Antonio training camp. Here's just half of tho new “million dollar" infield of baseball— the Giant inner defense. lanky George Kelly and Dave Bancroft fur nish the other 50 per rent. This photo was snapped while Heine was trying tr> get used to a Giant uniform. Look him over, gents Fight Notes INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. March 13—: Bryan Downey of Columbus. Ohio, to night outpointed Frankie Carsons of N* xx York city In ten-round* in the opinion of newspapermen The men boxed nt 160 pounds. BUFFALO. N. Y . March 13 —Frankie Schoell of Buffalo won a close decision Dave Bhad<* of <'alifornla nt th»* end of their 15-round bout here tonight. Each weighed 143. PHILADELPHIA !*n March I#- Tendler. Philadelphia lightweight, tonight defeated Alex Hart. Cleveland in an 5-round bout. HOT SPRINGS; Ark.. March IS -I Toung Fitzsimmons of Oklahoma «'lt> defeated Curley Smith of Phoenix, j Arlx . in their 10-round bout here to- i night b* for** n large crowd which went' the limit. The m»*?i are midd’ewrights I were conducted lu Brownell school and Gilbert -chool. two silver cups being awarded the winners of the main g»*. , There were seven bout* of three two-mlnute round- each. I»ng be fore the first event the auditoriums were filled, many parents being in • im. Chieftain want adt. bring remit* Phone 1955. FOUR BALL CLUBS START PRACTICE Four baseball teams have started rounding Into shape for the season, now close at hand, two of the clubs had their first work outs this we*k. Among the dubs that xvill be seen here arc the E. Pluribus Unurrt team, the St. Rat Shamrocks, Lithas and the Coca Cola teams. All of the teams boast of several stars In their lineups and from the strong talent gathered on each of the aggregations tho fans xvill xv i: ness some good games this yea r. The K. Pluribus Unum ball club and the Coca Colas are the now teams this year to enter local competition. Both clubs believe they will put a crew of ball tossers Into the field that will carry off the city honors at the close of the season, but this claim xvill be strongly contested by the oth*r team* It appears from the players that will fill the different positions of their baseball aggregations. A baseball meeting was held by the K. P U.. club last night In which all the detail* for thw coming ball season were discussed, the team organized and plans made for games In the next or two, weather permitting Practice games nre asked by differ ent nines, the Lltha's claiming that they arc willing to meet any club In a practice tilt at any time. GREELEY IN 4 STATE TITULAR TOURNAMENT SALT LAKE. March 13.—Four state high school championship basketball teams xvill compete here this week In an intermountain tournament. high of Utah, Western High of Idaho. Greeley High of Colorado and Missoula High of Montana are the teams en tered. The games will be played three days. Two gams xvill »*#• held on Thursday. Friday and Saturday. It xvill be n round robin c-v««nt with each team meeting every other team. In mso of .i tie for font place the tie will l»e played off Monday. March 20. SCHMIDT OF PIRATES REFUSES $8,000 OFFER MODEBT6. Cal.. March IJ.—Waller Schmidt, first string catcher of the Pittsburg National league club today received a letter front President Par ley Dreyfus* offering him U.ono for th. vason's work and declaring that Schmidt would '>c placed on the ineligi ble list if he did not report at onto at the training ramp. Schmidt replied that the figure* of fered wero too low. Ed “Strangler" Lewis Is Rematched With Petroff NASH\ IIJ.E. tenn . Mar. 13.—Ed (Strangler) Lewis world’s champion heavyweight xvrcstler. who defeated Joe pptroff here Inst week by using the head lock, has been matched again with the Bulgarian heavyweight for a finish bout next Thursday night under an agreement that th*- hesdlock be barred. JAPAN SATISFIED WITH ARMS RESULTS TOKIO. Mnr. 13.—(8y The A**o eiated Press ) --Premier Takahnshl. off!' tally xvelconxlng Admiral Raron Kato and the other Japanese dele gates to the Washington • onferen- e nt .4 dinner on their return front the t'nlte4l Stales complimented them on the results of the iOnferciu> and paid tribute to Secretary ~f state Hughes for his labors toward bringing to a conclusion the various agre< nienta. McNARY IRRIGATION BILL IS PASSED v x BHINGT4 n March IS Th« mi late today |».4--r,l the MeNnrv bill authorising the secretary of the in terior In his discretion to extend for a period of two years from Lwyeniber 31. 1922. the lime for payment of construe.' tlon and water charges on federal Ir rigation project*. m»-«i Ajgtto wrj, earner aftWfcwtt WHEN PLACED IN THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN STUBBORN FOUR PIN RUINS PERFECT SCORE TOLEDO, Ohio. March 13.—A atub born number four pin that refused to go over, deprived Frank 'n of Buffalo, of a perfect score In the American bowling congress tourna ment here today. Rowling with his brother U. Degen. he threw eleven straight strikes In tho final game of his doubles. On his last ball the tour pin tilted to h considerable angle but righted itself and resulted in a 299 score. Only once In the history of the American congress has the perfect score feat been accomplished during 22 years of the organization's existence. The big single gameVount aided in glx itig the Degan pair first place In the standings in the 2-men event. They put together games of 346. 439 and 522 for 1.297 total. F. Degen’s share of the to tal was 65S in games if 152, 207 and 299. K. Hartmnn and W. Fawcett, of De troit howled Into fourth place on the same shift today with a scoro of 1.257 for the only other change in that dlxi* sion. There were no changes today In the first ten In the individuals. \V. Miller of Detroit led tho bowlers with a three game total of 651. Second high was L. Allen of Detroit with 650. TRAINING GIMP NEWS CHICAGO. March 13. —Sunday found nil the big league teams in abtion. ac cording to training camp report reaching hero today. The Chicago Nationals were looking over some sore spots today ns th** result of two trouncing*. Portland and Vernon of the Pacific Coast league, wero victors that showed up a ten dency of some of the (’ubs to hoot easy chances. Hack nt Catalina Island the team expects to do sotno strenuous polishing this week in preparation for week-end games Friday with lais An geles and Saturday and Sunday with Vernon. The Chicago Americans, tickled with their successful engagement against the New York Nationals yesterday, re sumed practice today at Seguln. Texas The Sox and Giants xvill meet three limes this week In Texas. In San Antonio the Giants were not downhearted by the Sox defeat hut wero boasting of a pitching find in Claud* Jonnard loot w.ir-. strikeout king of th* Southern league, with Lit tl«> Rock. He hurled three brilliant in nings and did not allow a hit or a run and struck out two men The score was 4 to 3. Members of the Detroit American squad was prepared to recel\»» Base ball Commissioner Landis at their training camp in Au/usta. Ga.. tods'. Comml—loner Landfa. it was stated planned to make Augusta his first stopping place on his proposed tour of baseball training camps. Burleigh Grime* star right-hander of the Brooklyn Dodgers Is causing the Dodgers’ chiefs a lot of worry at the Jacksonville Fla training camp oxer his »ontract but President Ebbeta nays he has made his fir a] proposition to him. Grimes toiul he was considering »n offer of J9.*sv> a for five years by a semi-prof' -atonal club In Chicago. The Yankee* were talking enthusias tically today of the fine showing yes terday by George Murray, who pltrhed for fixe Innings in the game with the N« w- Orleans Pelicans and allowed them only two hit* and was never In nnv danger of being * ored upon. Murray Is from the Rochester club of the Inter- league The arrival of Judge. Shank*. Ghar ri* V and Karl Smith at the Tampa. Fl.i "training camp of th- Washington club wii Roger Paeklnp wg-ti ,n. to get in today, practically completed the squad Leon Goslln. the promising x oting outfielder, ha* bee i reinstated All the player* are reported to be prog ressing favorably In condition except Walter Johnson, who has a cold. The Boston Bed Sox are continuing their heavy swatting. Thirty.nine Mt* Including fourteen doubles, a triple and! a home rut., were made In the hatting ( bee between the regular* and Yannl sun* .»t the Hot Spring*. Ark. trail ing ramp yesterday. Tho regular* won 20 to 12. At Ft. Petersburg. Fla . the BraTes OHIO STATE TO HAVE UNUSUAL STRONG NINE COLUMBUS, 0.. Mar. 12.—1 f num bers count. Ohio state should have a ••whale” 'of a baseball team in th*< Western Conference this spring. Eighty-one candidates have register ed for the varsity under Athletic. Di rector L. W. St. John. As matters stand, however, Bt. John faces the most dubious diamond out look In his nearly a decade as varsity mentor here. Only four letter men. an outfielder and three hurlers, at-** available from last year. The nine virtually must be rebuilt from top to bottom. _ St. John Is all the more eager to lo cate the real talent among his four score candidates because the Buckeye conference record of ten years han been ronsistantiy good. If a few men of ability can be developed front th« offering material, the Ohioans should make their presence felt, tho coach declares. St. John is casting longing eyes at Johnny Stuart, star-halfback of last fall. if Stuart can make un some scholastic deficiencies now hanging over-hint ho will add some real power to the Buckeye nine. st. John, a good judge of diamond talent, characterize* Stuart its the best prospect In Ohio State s history. He is a pitcher from West Virginia. While the training squad is making use of the big coliseum at the state fair grounds for occasional workout*. St. John is stressing lectures for tho time being. With the signing of Captain Mc- Nulty. who was Ineligible for varsity duty, by the Cleveland Indians, the university face* the season with a nucleus of outfielder Ray Fesler. and pitchers Cotter. C.rlfflth. and Dudley One of th*so four will he ehoeen for tho captaincy vacated by McNulty. URGES PARTICIPATION BY PUEBLO PLAYERS The Pueblo T. M. « C. A. rotjey bull team. the champion* of Colorad thru Coach A. It. Prlndl*. has r**- relved ,4 moat cordial Invitation from Physic ti Director Warren It, Burdick of the Brooklyn Y M. C. A. to parti cipate in the national volley ba'l tournament to bo held in Brooklyn. April 2S and 2t. Pueblo hustn*** men aro harking a movement to send tho Pueblo team to tho national tournament, realizing the advert lain* benefit to bo derive! from it. to "ay nothin* of tho honor connected with ft. The Hutchinson. Kansas team, champions of the sunflwver state arc try Inc to arrance a came with th- Pueblo team boforo the national tour nament Saturday nicht tho local team will play In the Soathorn Colo rado tournament tit Canon City. Prlndio and Burdick, of tho Brook lvn •V". were college companions 1n Chicago several .ware ago. Th* Brooklyn "Y" is reputed to bo th' largest y. M. C. A. organization in th * world. BUNNY BRIEF SIGNS KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Marclt 13 Bunny Brief champion home run hit ter of the American nssoclatloh la* season ha* signed hi* new contra' with the local club and will leave to morrow for the Texas training cam; It was announced here today. TRANSPORTS FIGHT FILM, FINED $1,00'» PHILADELPHIA. Pa. March 13 Joe fJrlffo. boxing referee, p'.eade guilty in the United States diatrlc court today to transporting motion p ture film* of the Dempsey-Carpen tie fight to Pennsylvania from New Jers and was fined 11 000. camp. Pick Rudolph brought in th* group who have been working oat at Hot Springs 'leorjr Tyler *..ld th ins pitching arm was fast getting 11..0 trim. The Pittsburgh National* were de layed nenrlv five hours wsterday . their trip from West ‘Baden. Ind . Hot Spring* Ark . by a loonmot l'•» lu enkdown and mi-mlu-r.* of the t<-nm arrived at their destination tired « . but fa* ing n stiff workout today. Wh railroad men engaged In efforts to o' tain a substitute locomotive 'Rabbi' Marnnvllle entertained with songs