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7A -1 :r4t 7 q-,-.40.-64, - ra iti Olm loads t al :About Proper COO& don of Maks. , 4411 sy són a. rosTEL I , Leeks? list Ky., Dee. 7,When the f (rat of arbitration ot the National ',tidallordaltos of Minor Leagues Crthe resolution ordering that iLdiElopper at the Portland, Ore., esb be "former barred from any : ilarticipation In the affairs of the associatise and that he be ineligible austMe any relations whatgoever , With the association" it touched off ' ease of law and a court MAL Klepper' insisted today that he Made a report of the finances of "the Tacoma club on the basis of a Attack subscription list which be . presumed would be taken up by the --call it a vritiner. Harvester is a winnera xvinner that , -.,' has Havana (and Inothisig ,,, ' else) in its filer. A whiner '' . diat is wrappedwith the xul,'' -.- '. equalled shade' leaf grown lia . - Connecticut. s A, winner that. . , ' has easy draft 'azsd perfect . shapeliness.- , - ... - , Winhers- are always popular. '1, ' 'Why? Because they'1412.: : . Harvestees ten-Your record : speaks "volumes." 2.,,4' ludo a report of the finances of I sulY uP la Ina firanuesasuas eau set, backs to call signals. 4 , P411141 Tacoma club on the basis of a the captain send dat injured play- In the first period there were 35 Alto subscription list which be ers and send in lubstitutes. Still plays0 in the second and third. 31 prose:nod would bo taken up by the another proposal is to have the ex- each, end the last period had 35 ' filen in Tacoma who were pledged tent of the game limited by the nitwit. , . , le the shares of the stock, and that number of' plays completed rather - , M left the city for his home ex- I than by the time limits. I Lyncil oFFERs 'pecting the funds would be put in I Shortening the field also has I.'the club' treasury as, had been i been proposed, the advocate of thisi ' nirrnemt Thav warn not and. accord- I change proposing to leave the goal I t ,i.ilie clnb' treasury as, had been peen proposed, tne acivocate or tuts Weed. They were not and, accord- change proposing to leave the goal i ing to Klepper, he made good the posts where they are and thus de ridifference. -, creasing the distance necessary to 1 , He says he will take the matter make a long gaineffective after re-, -to the courts, that in fact, jt is to- ceiving the kickoffy ' , day in the bands of his lawyers. One -of the favorite alterations ' The,presumption Is that an injunc-ladvocatid is to give points for first -, tion will be applied for to restrain 4 down made or for ground gained 1 ; --ithe Natiónal Association 'official& instead of for getting the ball over I from preventing Klepper from con- for Atouchdowns. Another which , -ducting hie business. National As- has -cropped up, repeatedly lo to , wocdation officials when asked today , lessen the distance it-is necessary , , P exactly what their resolution meant,Ito gain within the 25 yard mark 1 . ' were a trifle hazy. They reckoned from 10 to five yards. ' , ' ' it Would prevent Klepper from 4, ' - , P signing his name to any baseball t contract, from sitting as a delegate, -4.7 ', , . , st 1 1 , -from being elected an officer or any- .1 , ...Athing which has any velation with -(-'. , the association, and thus on through the various lame Of baseball. - ', l Zi 1 The Portlander took his napdicine ' MMOILMCIE SWIM without any violent expostulations, !!-, Merely insisting that be had not New York, N. y., Dec. 7.---Conser' - ' .17071 3 : Ga'ZID GACIZTZTT ER ' , Ava - tiitta1 . ,-,-- BY ItALTEI CAXE. '' , (Conlidbk ins. by The Argils. - ' New- Yprk,' Dec. begins the suggestion some, the time when football. 43Mb-dilute , sit around and tell the raise comudt tee what it ought to do to' make the game better day by day in even Among those proposal which have already come to light there is due to make the teams consist of wor aliisipziwwm ....w.f....ow --:-: -1 De anaynm woo 1111111111 Wiy I. I VIZ . - , ' -eat when football, calla,' til , Sit W. Butleigh. who has othdatot at Ease Anaersoa yeaterasy sign 1 around and tell the rtil commit- lending nouegn mans tor , many articles' to boa- 10 , rounds with. ten what it ought to do to' make tbe roam . , .,. . , patty Transmit' : before the Big game better, daY .bY 4ay in every By applying a ninponateh on esh Chief at. C. on Dec. 20. ', This is a 'Wilt ' 8 - ; .' ' . .. of tbe 132 plays In the game Bur- match which hae been -long in thtk Ámotit thole ProOolall wawa leigh found that the ball was in at- making. but r4ottedly bad encoun have already come to light there is . tual night only 11 minuteS22 sec-, tered obstacles. It looks like one "e te make tke teams c"Itat,!I onds from starting whistle to lin- of the best imatchea of the early , 13 men, I of. whom actualll Plaý. taking horn. The average time for season,- with both boys, ruin to. and one who gives the signals ano 1 each. plar from the time the ball go. Tickets . ars on sale , at, Al' directs the play. - I eras snapped back by the center to Bloom's Oakes. the Kedzie Coffee Still other able suggesters urn-- - the time it vras declared dead was Cup and the Rialto amid Gold res. pose the Ireverse of this and declare 52 seconds. while an average of 221 taurants. .- . - - . that all coaches should be forced to seconds was taken by t,he quarter- f Joe Lynch, come ,ck champion of I stay up la the grandstands and let panne in call signals, i ,,,, the banmweights II show Chi- t the captain send 02t ialured Plar- In the brat period there were 35 cago and hillwiut boxing fans ers and send in labstitates. Still plays0 in the second and third. 31 tonight whether be still is coming another proposal is to have the ex- each, and the last period had 35 hick or is going back. Joe is tent of the game limited by the plays. , . - - , scheduled to meet Joey Sanger, her number of' plays completed rather , , aided by his hillwaukee admirers! , .., , 1 11 Arida, 12 r.--.......,,,, t',,: , 1 riatarca ,,,,, roorttla c 1 rctirrzitta cAr1 1 1 - B011114 VMS. Dee. 7,-;At typical - ' - ' fordball gla low 13-atinute pariah la fact le a easiest of only F1011 T DE gt 21 about 12 minutes of actual phy. , Caning dards takes up four times , as south el the playlag period as the plays themselves. These' are Ise 1414' Scheduled te IffeeljJe the conclusiona gained alter an Saner Towels st imwm., analysis of the Ieiy Cross-Boston ; ' ke. Awatoring..- college game last Saturday. - , , , - Me analysis was made by Fred - W. Bartel'''. who has officiated at Eddie Anderson yesterday sigo leading college gimes for -.many articles' to box- 10 rounds w years. - - , Patsy Flattallin before the I - By applying a stop-watch ou eaCk Chief A. C. on Dec. 20. , This h of the 132 plays in the game Bur- match which kas been loag in high found that the ball was in ac- making. but rdMtedlY bad man hull Sight only 11 minutes '22 sec- tend obstacles. It looks like o ouds from starting whistle to dn. of the best 'matcher! of the sal TO GIVE EDDIE JAIMARY BOUT Clahns That Be DM got Want to Take Chance Witk Andersen Before Big INEMMMM.. Denying charges that he delib erately sidestepped his bout with Eddie Anderson here Dec. 15. and declaring he has been unjustly ac cused by Eddie Anderson of being yellow, Joe Lynch. bantamweight champion of the morld, in a letter to local Legion officials asserted he mid sammy a snort time before The Port lender took his mrdicine whiNr,,m4i101Mr MIAMINCE Pitiggi c'ha-sm-pion-o-f -iliTw-o.ri-d-,-in--a-ferte-r- had trimmed the nearsighted Jack without any violent expostulations, to local Legion officials asserted he Wolfe of Cleveland. who in turn !!- merely insisting that he had not New York, N. Y., Dec. 7.---Conser- would come west in January and had -won a judges' and referee's , 71wilfully violated any rule or law of Ivation was no rtiore a characteristic I sign with the Davenport clubOor I , baseball and that he bad done all or eastern football in the seas3n of ',decision over Joe L3rnch at New a match with Anderson ar -any oth in his power by putting in his own 1922 than it was in any other part I ba iti L i M i 1 - - i York. Lynch did not make vreight er n m eg on o c a s score' - - - - , - . ... - ..,- ,,s. .-,,".. ..--,-- . . - . , .-. in this debt. so the title did not funds io bring about a proper con- of the country. The wrMr cpeaks for him if the club desired hissers,- ... w.. .511,, DU UM 111Se UllA a, dition of affairs at Tacoma when from the standpoint of country- ices. change hands. But Mandell's m ; laguy!I BROTHERS COACH gin over Sangqr was narrower than! . RrITAL ELEvENs be found that the men who were wide observation. There was a -I regret that I was NO to I "opposed to tarnish the money had I great deal MON conservation than his win over Wolfe, who In turn1 cancel the Davenport enga ent , Ir..-......., ...........t, .t.......u .s... ...4.. , . .. . ... .I, beat Lvneli Ali of which firnrps! cr,,,AsHsATuRDAy -- -raa -I c-ai- -f-oo- t-ball- th-r-o-u-g-11 -th- -e- entlr -e I ;71711' c-haIle-n-g.;-Erd-d-i; A-au-emit'. -tn. l! tbes.t ' Flavledvto-dwo w.-.).. 71--- .--- -- ---:'' ' - '1' The affair is easily the most collegiate world. Those who tear- prove that I am yellow I did not - e fair :Widely discussed thing in baseball !ed that the forward pass would as '. iCircles today. Many wonder if thelsure supremacy over the rushing 'intentionally sidestep a mils': alth .. Eddie. PUE yourself in itty -Dost-i .. 11action is not a warning to minor !game found their apprehension un ' . lesgue men to go slow in fooling 1 warranted. There were few elev- tion. If you people had ,achance I Al to make $15,000 in New York, would 7,;111 'with the bugs saw,.for it is as stiff , ens that made as much of the over He you take a chance against a fellow " . ' punishment as has ever been !bead game art they might have done. ot Anderson's ability a week be- ..... Meted out. A major league owner 1 , Ot the leading eastern teams. fore the big time engagement?' fn.' here today 'remarked that the new , Princeton,. the Navy. the army,Syr- Lynch stated: in his letter to 10011 xr.: i administration in baseball had the ! acme and Pittsburgh were as dar- club officials. - - - .71:. 1 ' 'Minors "scared stiff.", He, elab- i ing in their spirit of enterprise as . Continuing. the...champion penned, 7t1i tett. with instances ' where the any outfits in the country. Cornell the following: ' - ' , - li ble smaller ry a een oug - ma f h d b br ht up i made-the most of the straight rash- - 1 - If I ever meet Anderson I ' 'with short rein. The minors, of I ing attack, but it is questionable show him I'M not ' yellow- and I ...tIra,i , course, feel they have not alone ; howJfar she would have gone had hope he wins over Sheppard so I -'1'" veil . - been the vidlators of baseball law the opposition she faced made it can get a crack at him. I doubt, , and today are quietly discussing necessary for her to srmploy with however, that Eddie can whip tbe '' among themselves certain incidents great celerity and precision an ,Boston boxer, forSheppard packa al , In, which they think they got theloverhead, long gain attack in order I wallop and is ' clever. I fonicht - - Arorst of it At any rate, however, to bring her within strikIng 4116- Johnny and I know what he is ea- 0 ;Isveryone here believes there will tance of the enemy's goal. pable of loins.' ' be considerable hewing the chalk' Of the eattern teams,- Princeton 1 , Lynch went on to 'explain his pa- ' ) ;line for a time at least. clearly leads. Cornell undoubted- sition in the cancellation of , his 111 It was seriously suggested here ly made a strong showing, but in Davenport engagement He also 14tOday that a sort of general amnesty i order to get the correct relation be- produced wires from Tex Rickard 1be granted players who are now onitween the records of the two elev- and Commissioner Muldoon order - :the banished roll. The argument islens, consider that Cornell in her ing him to begin -training for the 1. ?that it would permit eeveral 1 season 'defeated St. Bonaverture. Midget Smith bout in New York at 1 " ' 'leagues in which such men are I Niagara, New' Hampshire State, C01- least seven days before the date of I 1 ' 'playing to join the National Asso-1 gate, Columbia, Dartmouth. Al . .: the mill. , - ' Itlation as they wish to. It would bright and Pennsylvania, and that , Legion officials would not say to-1 I put an end to much bickering and Princeton had defeated Johns Hoe- day whether Lynch would be con- , ,arould clean the slate for a new kins, Virginia, Colgate, Marylan 1 sidered for the January card. Post I , : start.. Conservatives, however, rea- Chicago, Swarthmore, Harvard and Commander French, however, re- , '..., , ...Being , how much trouble. was Yale. There can be no dissentir.g plied tolhe bantam king informing i : , ,' treated by the men now ineligible, voice to the claim that Princeton the latter that if a forfeit of $1,00,1 IL , , :',Ironder whether it is a good ex- by all odds had taken . greater I was posted to guarantee. his ap- : ' , periment for baseball to make that chances of defeat than Cornell and pearance by Dec. 20, the bout would - " i land of fresh start. had prevailed over stronger and be considered. 1 , -.0110 man from California has more important ',adversaries; '? Let 1 Interest in Next Show. , ti , tuned down $30,000 without bat- us, then, align the eastern teams in - Meenvzhile' tri-city fans are tak .. , HMI an eie. Cal Ewing of Oaklapd, their order of ranking with a com- tag to -the Legion's Dec. 15 show, - '14411d today he had been approached ment or twq concerning each. , ' featurin. Anderson against Shell 1 ' 101 Charley Ebbets of Brooklyn, for Princeton, an airtight, copper- pard and Rolfe against Forking like ', Illayer Arlett "I will give you riveted November defense with al- a ash takes to water, and the c-ard , ' :; - ; 30.000." said Ebbets. "And 1.1 ways an , offensive',tramp to PlaY promises to be one of the most 1.--. field Ewing, "will graciously and ,After the other fellow's cards were popular shows ever offered by the '. , :thankfully decline to accept it. I upon the table. - ' . , ,,' local clubs. The double windup at ..' ilutve said that Arlett is not for sale Carnell, a - pile-driving team popular .prices is meeting with the ,- '1 '.1 and there is no temptatitm that will which ''," , triumphed.. tbrough -, the aPProval of the fans, and judging 1 !.'Move me." - - ' ' ;lashing , process - against teams from the interest shown in the card i . ' ti ;-: Big offers have been turned down ose defense was not noteworthY the pugilists ' will fight before a Yer players before; therefore $30,000 Army, -a ,team which' throughout drowded, house. , .. ' ,'L ..ks not a big sum. ' the season -was much stronger ' in . - .' l' lit now seems that Haiti, who sold defense than offense. ' ' - t- , ,' rukutoRy ELEcTED . :. , lair 375,000 to Connie Mack, could Navy. s despite : her 'defeat by , ' - ',baire been bought three months ago Pennsylvania-which- was ."Otie of '' AS. 1923 CAPTAIN :: :: tor $13,000, , Competition did it the Ablugs"--the Navy was one Of ' , , OP YALE ELEVEN . i ' 'NOS Went to Portland u Part PaY- the strongest defensive- elevens .1n - ' ' '' -, , - . , . - ' meat for Pillette and Johnson. Be the Country: . team which knew , , . ...---. . ; Te-entere the major leagues clothed how to get off-tackle a. eMciently ,.. New Haven, Conn., Dec, 7.- ; -- ' ; . 41 greenbacks. - --' - as Coniell and:,moreover, had one Twenty-two football players who ' - ' ": 4. Jack C. May will cost the Yankees of the finest forward passing at- wore the Yale uniform in their ill .' ,'a substantial pile before the deal is ticks in the country. ''The Navy de- starred games against Harvard and ' ' - . done. Details - oflthe transaction teerved better. fate than was hers, . Princeton but night met at the .: lare to be worked out in New Yorkr . PittabOrgh, a , really fine .eleven Hotel'. Taft and elected William - ' ; The May matter is strictly a minor 1 Whose early season lapses against Neely 'Mallory qf Memphi, Tenn , ye league deal since MAT in , now a I Lafayette and West Virginia marred captain for next season. The choice ," -- ;Minor pitcher because thetSt Louis an othereise splendid season. The ,is. understood to have been -made 1 ...I. :Nationals gave up all claim to him Pittsburgh team of November wu unanimously. I Mallory was prepat- ., i - ' when they let him go to Vernon. In qualified to Istand with any eleven , ed for Yale at the Pmmiret school '. 11me way and another, it will cost in the land:- Her -attack was very 1 of promyet, coml., where be room. . .'.:. ;the Yanks 550,000 to get MaY, the . versatile and her defense develop- l et! near Charley Buell, Harvard's ' '' ., increase in market price being ed strength as the season went on.- ipaa captain. L. - f. !merely another Instance of similar yeae. line ot the best alerems , . , -. -. aappeninge. - from the neck down ln tbe coma- . , , - 1;,' The Chicago Box picked out a try. but from the seek up,. one. of DAvElipoRTER . , . . s.:. !:pitcher named Lembke and an out- the worst.- Comparing Per-seanoult t TO ..- - . . ;1114er, named Pennington, both of showing With that of Harvard, there . , , . , . , , ' - ;Wheel Plarad good belt 111 the Cell- is no reason for placing the Crim- '0 a nTAIII puRnuE . , Ind leagak ' eon above her, despite the. Cam- ,, '. ',1,' Alain nee "Ant so nmoothlY in bridge victorY. ' - - : ' . ' -, '' : ., , . . tbe tionthern association that the ". triU .. , . IT. 1 - ,owaers are counting on one of their coAvroll goinesiza . - , , - . , , . , - . seasons in 11123. They look for ,- .. - , . L , -,.. '' lin t at Birmingham. ' WILT.i.' REEIAnt ' ATI' . Latirette. - Ind.; Dee. ' 7.---Raipit .-- ---', .. ' 1, ulisw- einemann says New, Or- -, LOLIBARD COLLEGE ClaY9Wwi''' DawswPwrt ' 'Wyk - w" '' '.' 'limas is bound to be 'way 'up in the , , , . , chosen as -captain of the Purdue ;'' .''. :Slat. and the signing of Niehoff to ,-,T,' ',.. !, ,,,,,--fa '- .-- :, ' . Wnivenity- football eleven for DM ,.-- . ,. , , , . . immature Mobile with which bewon '. Gajaaauegi ItiL, Dikt- ,--- coach. i ,- ..- - lire n32 Gag ends all rumor that he Put - J. Schluter et . Lombard col- mocezrom) TgAzz nu .: , ,,. . . :. ;will go to the coast. ' . ., , km announced at the ananall toot-1 , - Ty- , . :- , ,: ; Tbe Thillies may, bave ' 'Arthur ban banquet isst,ittutiblit m me 1 - L . I 0 - ,,,. . . .,11Plutcher for manager. ' Baker has accepted a, contract with Lombard , .,,,COUTMNPLAYS ' . I, , ;gate to se him, resumsbli to die- to remota to director bit 'gaieties -,,:, , ; -, , ' :. iSaal the matter.. Beadek's refusal and bead coech for a period of two : - :, ',.' -------' ., , ' -; ; '. lias PUt the owner In a position year& The ,anitatinosineet, brings - ' Mulkoiralt.- Okla., Dee: 7.--)rwto 7 ' . , where be must -fight to get a man- greet plumate at Lombard as Me. players' of- the local team of the .' '',- -,10111d timicittr. - , , . - I , Schisslor - is ontreately 2- nuptial, Sauthweetern, league have been ': ,.-, ..X.alAnisville will open its new park bent .. During Ida' tiro - years ' ,u sold to the Rockford taiun of the, ' .: ' , ',With the Boston Red Sox April 5. football. coach at the' local-school. Tares-mge leagskapordhig to ad- ' .' . Cap" ' Neale is ' upectng great Schluter hu developed, reinarka- "leen from- Mutely --Barboar, owner. 7: ,ithanip ot his team this coining sum- ble elevens. -, - . s-,, -.":,,, .. . ': who bi lattandiag the , meet- 4 , .,:', tsr, .' ð --1- Sotharon, .v ex-Cleveland ,, ,-. Schluter. trill ' alio have , darn ing at ,,,Losdavillo.'. , They , la- ',.' .:' -,:., -Whet', bu bon taken onhy,Louis- of buketball isd baseball and will - flelder Viabistadtstr- and Pitcher , ' . ' assist in, tress Ithlettca.' .' -,- - ' " ' : WWII& - . ' . ' '' - '' ; ' . . -- ''' , .,,E.- , I 1.11.1"...allik "kik i 0. '410 10 8 tipill I nt 411 961 I I,:, J:, , - ,,, -, L ,,, :1113 FLI11)1101111 tiatti Sea;1. joe to Noel Joe , Muller taste at - aptitorloso.- as a real comer, in a 10-round bout I 10,1 .1-;(- at the Milwaukee AuditoriuM. 1 : ' , 15, II How good the fight vrill te de- I ill pends largely upon how good1.3rnch I, i ; wants to make it If Joe wants to I , k get out and step, it should be a 1 - N 111,1; ,,, , 1111 whale of an argument, for the Mil. - Ail , , i ti, Ai waukee Joe, le plenty willing to I .a, step. If the champion wants to . , play safe, it vrill be a boxing exhi- le bition and nothing more, for there's small chance of Sanger, try as he , ' 11 i might, to catch-up with the cham- , 4 pion if he refuses to mix. - 1 - Stepping in against the chant.: - .. : pion is a tough asiignment for the! . Milwaukee youngster. .1Ie's boxed 1 ' , ---- "", , - . , , some high class boys, and made a I .... --- ,.:.--- good showing, but boxing a cham-, pion is something else. 1 ., ;11-1E. 000G-HTIN HP Sanger's last fight was a losIng one, but he lost to a mighty good , - boySammy Mandell of Rockford., , ,. ,.. .,. ,..1.,;,1, 1,... ..!......s. boySammy Mandell of Rockford., I will be' at the ringside He's atm- it And Sammy a short time before , I it Lynch. All of which figures I ULIELOLL ORLA LI 14111 Z i give the Milwaukee boy a pretty r showing for tonight , , Te Be Tough Scrap. Aurora. Ill., Dec. 7.--West high 1 of Aurora, the champions of the I Lynch chooses to fight, Sanger f "Big Seven" conference of northern' 11 have Ills hands full, for the Illinois high schools, leaves tomor pion is a fighter when right. row morning for - Mndlay, Ohio, was right when he took Pal. where It will play the Findlay high i ore at Benton Harbor, and if he school eleven Saturday. The Aurora ' nts to step tonight like he did team hopes for a dry, fast field. it day Sanger is in for a tough The rivals in the inter-sectional cht. RuL. Eddie Shea of Dick Curley's sta-, clash are coached by the Fletcher brothers, "Bob" and Ralph, who! e is on for the semi-windup layed on the same University of , whist Benny Vogel. A number of I: sdrt,.sot xl-tepouG-H-rN HAliky-r '-'" ions to meet L3rnch again and they L ed tr mm the nearsighted Jack: ay come to terms before Joe bur lie of Cleveland. who in turn , ries east to train for his 15-round -won a judges' and referee's titular bout with Midget Smith at ision over Joe L3rnch at New I , the Garden. lc Lynch did not make weight' this light. so the title did MA inpri plawrmr, .11," prirr Mist Benny Vogel. A number of '; 'Dino's, elevens. "Bob" coachesi eagoans, beaded by Doc O'Con- Findlay. , I. will make the trip, Pal Moore VIEIDERQUIST OF MOLIPE PILOTS VI AND GRIDS Washington, Pa., Dee. 7.Ches ter 1B, Weiderquist of Moline, was yesterday elected captain of the 1923 football eleven of Wash ington & Jefferson university. Weiderquist has starred at right tackle for two seasons. , Washington, Pa., Dec. 7TwTnty one varsity letter men voting yes terday elected Chester L. Weider quist, right tackle of Moline, captain of the Washington and Jef ferson football team for nest sea son, succeeding Wayne Brenkert of WU !Detroit. Weiderquist bad 'practic . ally no contest, although names of Albert Crook, center, of Detroit, and Herbert Kopf, lett end of Cincin I nati, were presented. Weiderquist stood out as one of the best linea 1 men the Presidents have had In t C3 isk-t"- 11E',couLou-c-' 1111 THIS Tr. , I , rreatitmaa, Offers ti ,at ply bate, la Pal) - la Private. Paris, Dee. 7.---(By the Aslatit ted Press.) -- Georges Carmine ' believes the best place to setth ell controversy over his recent log, , with Battling Siki is In the ski Writing to Le Journal, the Trelti . - boxer says: ' "Here is what I ProPole 10 iliki: Notwithstanding his disclaims. 1 Uon and the disqualification I adot incur, I offer to meet hint at mo date he likes, in public or ph. Should he be ready to pet lit I stake, I bind myself to PaY chitty that stake, or purse, if oat W affst I ed. I am absolutely certain !stook finish Battling Siki this tinie Who - than three rounds." M. Henri Bernstein, referee et the Siki-Carpentier fight, rok L'Auto today that he heard sikl i say: "Don't hit at my stomach, yot hurt me." Reports have been current tilt M. Bernstein had declared heisted Siki say something to Cameos! which proved that the match ill I been framed. Interest in tbe controverry st tends far beyond the sporting phlp lic and the affair is receiving more attention than the lAinsanne cot terence. I BRITTON-BARRET BOUT CHINO! Drop the penslip from the conference roomshake - the,office tor twenty minutes. Your good barber is a few feet away. Drop in his chair (generally empty at that time) Say "Bond Ila" Restdream' sink Towelssooiling applicationsfan Walukupl Your whole face is waking up. The wrinkles, blackheads and clogged pmes are being.lifted from your face. You awake to a new realisation of freshness and new Efg. You feel, look, and are invigorated. Your ' face sarto to be drinking in the fresh air aud carrying it ro Your blood. New life, new looks, new energy coma , to your beinrafter a facial of - Jack Still Believes That Ile Bas Number of Good Fluids Left in MI6 ' - men the Presidents have had in 1 New York, Dec. 7.--,(By years. His playing over a period I tional News Service4Jack Brit of two years was exceptional. ton. former welterweight dimple and one of the, oldest active puel BROCCO-CORMINMID ists in the ring today, is not go to retire after all. It was thougt GOULLETT.Bilatom that Britton had reached the of his lighting activity when Kock LEAD ROME RACERS ey Walker battere'd his champios ship from under him, but Bri believes he has still a good flambe New York. Dec- 7.--The Bronco still led in the 6-daY bicycle Mee :fifelirgedlit,8121aets tinidnuhceimd Coburn and Goullett-Belloni teams 1 ,haimndtotbals,ttenkmpt ed with the lucrative purses beim at 8 o'clock this morning. They' had pedaled 1,451 miles and eight i Britton has signed to battle Bobl to stage a comeback. laps, while Egg and Eaton were i by Barrett of Philadelphia la RA only a lap behind. Pour teams were eight-round bout on Christmas di! in the Quaker citY. , t: two laps behind. ! ijV Wleplione-tiredi Figuring -tired! ) Meet one today! - 1 e a business investment. : EN stop at the ciirner on the wav home to TH , "night and buy a Soncilia Pack o' beauty for . ' the old girl at home.. Shell get three full facials out ' that socent packageand youll get a smile and a hug. . - List of flock Maid ' ' -:' ' e:3 palter skies. - 113C3 - Wavier ,Nerber 'tem TOO , 1711b Si. . ' Ask these lemon a lestbelve. Sigmas ,,,- I Need , ' good barbers id Wisner. Ill 1111 11. ' ' , X 1. Barnett III 1711 it - - . , ' Alk Rollorre Batter 1189., 1111 ......innen, 7 rfr, ,? i, Ind Ave. - - ..-- N L. glaýwdr-i. Seem lebeek,":..,-.Wr;',, et. ' IS, .....,.. 16011 eed Ave. GeS D1081010114 121 1711 St. ....,.... VI Brown's ,Barbor . lamp. 001s1 , - Motet. - - ' - , W. 1. Furless' IMO led Ave. - . -, s---4 - i 0 L. Debbie. -32A 20th Si- lame ê Melee& loot- sad N. New 110iimw 80001 Barber , - 'bee Neve'Neeeer Nebel. - " 'i - PPM' Crag- 1- 1108 ard AI.. Polawro agg'byt NNW Saar . ' Jack Bellows. 31116 SL 001 012 11. mad bib Ave. - ' Are. IreaVell Barbet lbw 2111 SS. 1 Hadtet's Mote" Shop. Ilet . and belt Ave- ' ...- -- - - -- IL asebilt fee., - .. ,, -.-,- I t 4 t , )14 t t rt. Sol 141. (11 at ovirl Alpo ,ics tl thkib oor moot Poo Ostot 0011 1 4811 tc, Zo sOsol latg I lbort boa Noon tianc Sim teem 'gar (WO To( dills taupe err laird åledc kit ot Eitt -to IN idstoi Debt Aire 1 ...w.. -....--....- , t Oef' ' -N,.7( . . , 'that it would permit aeveral I season 'defeated St. Bonaverture. Midget Smith bout in New York at I , N . f,- ' I leagues in which such men are I Niagara, New' Hampshire State, C01- N ' 4 1 ENNIO , !, , least seven days before the date of i .4 , ' (;) i : ,playing to join the National Asso- I gate, Columbia, Dartmouth. Al- the mill. , if - - , 1;44 (,)I , yllf I somumewousw 140 4, ., . .- ! 1 elation as they wish to. It would bright and Pennsylvania, and that , Legion Metals would not say to-I 1 I 1 - , put an end to much bickering and Princeton had defeated Johns Hoe- day whether Lynch would be con- , ,. I 4 lesamoomer ,...--- t 1 i TEM, . i .S would clean the slate for a new king, Virginia, Colgate, Marylan I, N . A.7.;,11 sidered for the January card. Post 1 il.-ði- i fliffiii4k, z,S ' '.3 1.. sswommuse i e . , : start.. Conservatives, however, rea- Chicago, Swarthmore, Harvard and As.. -,,,,.,'.1.., ...T.': A . , ....--1.111 ' Commander French, however, re- , ,, 'Is , , ,Ilzing how much trouble Watt Yale. There can be no clissentir.g ' unswer . N I. plied tolhe bantam king informing i : . , ,, . ,, , I ! created by the men now ineligible, voice to the claim that Princeton i the latter that if a forfeit of $1,00i) r - . ,. ,,,.. -0 E,It,,,, 0 . onder whether it is a good ex- by all odds had taken greater I was posted to guarantee. his ap- - , ' - i .4 . err ,) '0- . ' periment for baseball to make that chances of defeat than Cornell mid pearance by Dee. 20, the bout would 1,-,- . , - i ' i land of fresh start. had prevailed over stronger and he considered. aftAle4 . , a 1 ' , , 1 c3 - . , . 1 i One man from California has more important adversaries. !Let ' Interest in Next Show. ,,, ' - - a '' ' it I. ' , -7 Li s De' - slirtiredi . ., 4arned down 530,000 without bat- us, then, align the eastern teams in g Meuvzhile tri-city fans are tak- ' - , - - , ''' , , - e.. , . . , 1 . , limit an ere. Cal Ewing of Oaklaed, their order of rankijag with a com- ing to -the Legion's Dec. 15 show, , s . , ...., . k 4 ( V . as , , Ltiald toda7 be had been approached ment or tWO concerning each. featuring Anderson against Shep- . - . , , , - , . ' iby Chuley Ebbets of Brooklyn, for Princeton. an. airtight, copper 1 pard and Rolfe against Forking like - ' - .. , , , . Ç-- , - . 71111r. 1 ' Wleplione-ttred I 1 - , ,, layer Ariett. "I will give you I riveted November defense with al- a Ash takes to water, and the card , - ,- . p.1. , ..., , ,:'' , ,, ''-2.ot Fivt .,--, -N - -1 -, ' ; :, 30.000." said Ebbets. "And L" ways an nffensive'trump to PlaY promises to be one of the most , , . - , -,,, - si - - , - '- -- '':-- 1-"';N:...,,.,:fv ,'' , iirtguritttg -tired! , '.- !maid Ewing, "will graciously and after the other fellow's cards were popular shows ever offered by the ' . '4 -.1...., ,4 ,, , - , , 1 ,, s-7 :thankfully decline to accept it. I upon the table. ' , , - local clubs. The double windup at .e , , ., . . , , ,, ' - ,i'luive said that Arlett is not for sale Cornell, a pile-driving team popular prices is meet,ing with the erl-who know. , - , -,- Drop the penslip from the conference roomshake , , . , , , ,1 - , and there is no temptatlim that will which :,, triumphed through A the 4 ''', approval of the fans, sad judging , . , ,, ,, - - ' ,- - ' - - - n ,, ' ,- -.. ' .,9,.-,-,i-,,;ri si , - the office tor twenty minutes. , 1 ! move me." , sashing , process - against teams from the interest shown in the card i , . - "tr w' - ' -A ' ' ' - '- -,;, , -','L ''', ,- - , ''. 0 e 'f.Ñ, ,, ,' . .z)- - Your good barber is a few feet away. Drop in his ( . ' - Big offers have been turned down Isles. defense was not noteworthY. the pugilists will fight before a ,, f,,,' . - , , t e tiarvester --- , , , .., .:7 SiZe , Tor players before; therefore $30,000 ArmY. a team which ihroughnut Crowded house. . chair (generally empty at that time) ; , Is not a big sum. the season 'was much stronger ' in .. ,:(f, , , , - 'N . i lit now seems that Hal4, who sold defense than offense. t ' IttALLoRy ELEcTED --- . . . , , , , 4 . , Perfectos -.; '',,. . - , ,,,,, .11 " Say "Bona a , . , for $75,000 to Connie Mack, could -Navy. s despite her defeat by , . .. --call it a wmner.- Harvester - 2 f '-,', (; ' 25c . , - Restdream--sink , 'Imre been bought three months ago Penneylvaniawhich was ,"otte of - A13.1923 CAPTAIN . , , N. 411, Air - .. -..... , ' Atat ' ' is a voinner--a vibiner , ---- ..---. --- -, ,,, , . tor $127000, , Competition did it the .things"the Navy was one of OP YALE ELEVEN . ' , ' - . , .9.. ,;., - , ' .-.-1-. -- .-,..- , ,',4-------A.,' Towelssoothing applicatiortstan ' ' ' Hal is went to Portland u Oart paY- the strongest defensive elevens in - has Havana (and nothing- ,, ,, , A'Ns - ,, ,.,,, , - . Wakeupl Yoor whole face is waking up. The wrinkles, , , - meat for Pillette and Johnson. He the country: a team which knew , . ...---. - - ' ' ' - . 4' - " , ''' ', -,--'-:-----...,:'- i - blackheads and clogged pates are bemplifted from your 1 . , -- re-entairs the major leagues clothed how to get off-tackle as efficiently '. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 7. , , else) in its filler ' 'A winner ' ' ' - ,- - - ,w,--- . face. You awake to a new realization of fresbnen and : , , in greenbacks. - as Centel' and; ,moreover, had one Twenty-two football players who " s -t- r ' '' ' '"--,--, P- -- k-7 k new Efe. You feel look and are invigorated. Your - 1 lack C. May will cost the Yankee of the finest forward passing at- wore the Yale uniform in their ill- , mat u wrappedvnt e un, ; .., . -, - 'kv..-- - - . ' ..: I 9 t ' face athro to be drinking in the fresh air sod carrying it , a substantial pile before the deal is tacks in the country. ',The Navy de- starred games against Harvard and . , ' - eavalled shade' leaf growls lis -I, -',. ' --'. ..'4-) - your blood. New lit' new to e, looks. Mit energy toinit . done. Details oflthe transaction I eerved better fate than was hers, Princeton bat night met at the , - - ð-,,, , s e Ð: -,7 4 , :i,,- . to your being-after a kcal of fere to be worked out in New York, , Pittabergh, a really fine. eleven Hotel . Taft and elected William - . - -utmecticut. ts., svilmer that ' ' , . , i, ' , . . ' The May matter is strictly a minor 'whose early season lapses against Nee , ' 1 a , , I 'Mallory f Mem hid, Tenn , - ' 1 Y 0 P Jr - - , , AL.......1.1p,, , . -, - , league deal since Ma,' is . now al Lafayette and West Virginia marred asptain for nto season. The choice , nas easy draft and perfect . , ,,, --,, . . ' - N , . , ' '' C i , . I , ;Minor pitcher because theoSt. Louis an other-else splendid season. The . ' ' is understood to have been made ,'IshaÐelimwsiik.- , i .- --- , , -- f -. -. .P' - - I , ,- ! :Nationals gave up all claim to him Pittsburgh team of November wu unanimously. Mallory was prepat- - - - . 4 i - ' (ir ' , I (-4.;e - , , -- I I - , , , . "' hen they let him go to Vernon. In qualified to stand with any eleven , 4- , or , ed for Yale at the Pmmiret school , - - - TT i, ' - z , , - - : . . ,,, . , '. tone way and another, it will cost le the land.. Her attack was very 1 of promtrot, cone., where ho mom, winners are always popular. ,t, , Abe Yanks $50,000 to get MaY. thg versatile and her defense develop-4-a . , 410r ' ,. . eu near Charley Buell, Harvard's ' ' - twh ,,,, 'r, - , increase in market price being ed strength as the season went on. lin copula - y4 , necause thiy'lein. - At 1 '..- 'merely another instance of similar nue. -one of use nest oievemis A , , Harvestie s ' tenirear record , , , , c. ti.) ' , ,1 . ' t . happenings. - from the neck down in tato COWW- . RTE , . 'i,', : Record . - - , - 1.,. The Chicago Sox picked out a try, but from the neck up, one of DAvElipo , . 'speaks , - - , A15, - ' Breaker . 'pitcher named Lembke and an out- the worst. Comparing ber-seaaoult ) Meet one todayi ''. Tee a business investment. ,, , , ' . ' Selder named Pennington, both of showing With that of Harvard, there , ,. . ,. , -. , . - 10C ' r '-, Alban PlaYad good ball ill the Celt- is no reason for placing the Crim- - cApTAIII puRouE , ... , real Ifs a ELIE! mena one, , . -7 ,N .-ft ' , EN stop at the (-Corner on the wav home to- . 1 . , f 'night and buy a suty for . !bid ingot). son abOve her, despite the Cam- ,, ' k. -- -,---".11 , , TH Soneitits Pack o' ille , - , ,I,,' Allan ara awing so amoothlY in bridge victorY. - ' n :. the old girl at home.. Shell get three full facials out ., , , - . ,, the Southern auociation that the --. - ' ' ' ' - ' ',Ilse illeiw' ester Cigar le nude lay - - '- , & Illtiae 'vital:mg , , hu . ' that socent packageand youll get a smile and a g -, . owaers are counting on one of their coA.arell goinssiza . , , , . , , , -,, - - . seasons in 11123. They look for , 1 . . ' ins t at Birmingham. WILL: ERLTAIN 'AT: . Latnrittn. Ind-, Doe. '7,---lisiPh - --4, - ' i- - ' - '' ' - Nwil'Ireek' ' ' - '' -' ' , 44 , Record Tieenket 10c it - ' r, - ' List of Reek 'stand ' ' - ' e' 4 " ' Wise-- einemann says New Or- . Tyttgit A pen nrhytemgem Claypool,- Davenport. Iowa. was , - 7 ....,, a emaaa ,..., et. , 1 is tared) 50c ' , , ' Berber ghme. . ' Alsaas is bound to be way up in the ""'''''"'"" '""I'a"'"ff "ee"a""' "'Le chosen as captain of the Purdue " 4.' , - . r II 1.11 gbaciiAR -C1604 ,' iiorliffc I ' . ' - -, wasaws ,aartssi. ,fiam. 200 , , . I :I ' glebe sad the signing of Niehoff to - T ' 4 . .m.. ,,a . . .' ' 0 ' anivevally football eleven for 1111L , -', -;, i' , ' - r fe,-- ir - , . : , , Lraeatall - . , - il5c liTtli Se. . ' Ask these 1 ; -f' , Ignallage Mobile with which he'won '. Galesburg, Ht. itte.7.---- coach , , , , 1 ''''. Lonvenpork, onira' : , , . ., 'anion as ltgasem Hama! ' --good bathers Nobel- , , , . . . , Se Moms. Ill HOS St. , A r- i the L032 nes ends ail rumor that he pam ,.1. sinuissiar og Lemehard cot nowzroiLD TgAzz m , , , : ... , . 4,, , , . . . , ,, , , . . , , ,,. , , , .1. S. Soma. III 17th St. - - . . , 4. .'. - ;will go to the coast. - , loge, announced at the annual foot- -' - a, , n , , o ihimisonms..es - ' .. , .N. .. --.1, . lir Relteere Barbee Sheik len ....., e ,P;: i' , -, - ; The Phillies may have Arthur ban bouquet teet,eight, that m me TIllt-I BUYS TVir..- , - -- . , ,, , , - Sod dot. - r ;0.........i'4,,, . 1,1eletcher for manager. Baker has accepted a contract with Lombard ' ICOUTMZLNPLATS . - '' ; - - w L. asomedre Sortor lbo....0- lbOS lind Ave. 3' 4, ,,. e' , . , ease to se him, presumablx to die- to remain se director of hawks - -, ., ,, ., , .r. , , , , . , s the matter. Bede 1a refusal and bead for a of two ' . ' "----""" . ' -; " ' -, .icus it 1 Weeds Period , ,- . - nrowa's Barear . lams. Cosa , -", V i .01tr,a HAIkVIE ' ' 'has ant the owner is s position yearti. ' The ,altisotitoemeat brings - muskoses.- Okla., Dee. 7.--T90 '. " ' ,$ X 's 11 ( Rotel - - . , 1 ' - ' ' ' ' .,-- N , ,.,. ,.... MONO gird dos. . ' - i , hare be must light la get a man- great plealare at Lombard as Mr. players' of the local leant of the . " ' w , , i , Xfkr - co L. Babbitt. -Sbb 20ta IL :: -, - agar quicktr. - t , tickle:der - is .,,extreately 2 papule, Seethareatern, league have bees -, A ,,. ' ' -'-''. .-; i'-',1, -,- ,,- - - - ', , - 'Ere, t Soma ê Nelms. leer-see -. . . , , , ',, .:',-Loamvuie will open its zewt park here. During Ida' ter - years ' ,u sold to the Rockford team of the, ' - , r -,..IC. - , , .. -, , vita the Boston Red Sox April 5. football coach at the local school. Three-Eye league. tafoonthis to ai- -9,,, . - Nov ei Maros, Mad Sorbet , . ' '.. ,,,, - ' , : - , ,, .,1 '''t . ,., ', 1 I lbw. Seep Homo Roast. - - 'i - Prod Craig- p SIOS srd A VO. ' 1,- Ptdood'o Sorbet SSOO. SUS ' Jord ÐeliOWI. glet 14. and bta 1 ,. . I ' .Cap" ' Neale is upectng great Schluter hu developed reinarka- "leen from Rudy Barbour, owner. . . 7 )ilighip ot his team this coating sum- ble eleirens. - , -- -, . , - who le littandiag the nteet- 4 1 , I .. - t ,' . ... , , DA:great SHADE ts HAV c itil ANA , , - at. sea bib am - ' Ave ' ' 1 gar - , , MAYS Barbet Shoo. 20ik Sti. t Hadtey's Motor Shop. Ildi . , ' t501"' - Sottarot, ,s' SS-Cleveland, -, Schlasler- win oito have Mtg. bet at ,lowinvilillo., Thor , la. . ; . 4 ; , - , , . , , - - . , - - , 1, - -- , mod bait bilk' ,,, -- - . .. II,...atolblê ea., ,... ,, .--- ( -. - tehSV. hu been taken on by,Louts- of bukethall altd baseball and evil' li or 'Webbitndter and Pitcher , , ' AP I-7, , .1 lassaossussuoir - . - - ---- - - - - . , - , , , , , , . -.,, ,.. , ..., - , .e , , , , .---..,?..1.-.-...,n--2.- -.,, , - , -' t . ' ' ------------, ' - , , , ., ... g ........... . 2 ...... , ,10, 0 7, it A ....... 4L 11 Tilda 1 , 1, ! ' , 11A r II 010 ill Illi Le01171.; odo.Now..... ;,, 1 , , Liii:4 -, 1 ) . ' : ' -tc. ' .9 eas she likommoð-' A-,,, ,10111 I ..' V' ' . Otof ''''' U. INTAYBy 1Nr1,11 la ms -. ,, ,; . t 1 , L) t ) , ! . , , , a, , a , , z,,,..t myz-3,r:1 ,, , , , , ,.,..7,.: , ,,P , . ,......, t; -, ,,,, , , ,,,,,--, .- :' -,-.., '-'. , , , '- 7 ' '', - , .,., TO:Z1A. G7ID - ' - -., ..,4,,,,,...,44.,4,., ,, . ... , .4-re. :-.i i ''' . ' TER ,,, roo----ALL c , , ; , , , , ðAtim,,, . As. , , - , . , , . -A . .11"...".11-". '' , . . ,I1 i.- '; 6 .. ,...) li u flL,- , . ..... Pre,- ---1 . Are - Body, Valt Dee. 11.-t typical FlotIT balsa pa of ' fear ;15-niinutes , - t ' - ' --J-, --, . '' - -.t A. - '-, .1 ,..,-0- - - ,-, 1..., ', f 1. , , .,,, . , , , .1.. , - , .,,,. . , ....,,,, A ; .!--,-,. ,Ta tkis I VIII - 1 MA';OiNt4M"'NV A r ' - 4 I So-, ''':-:F.:: ' 1"t' ''.. ''''. 't aa,' ap" En. I . periods la fad is a amass& of tidy ,DECI l ' - , ta301...p-tier A.,!, ' ' m4 Btyrrrsivi m-m-m-um , -'-,. I . ,, , II . - , Ir '', ' ,,. - about 12 abides of ectual play . r ... , , , , , ., ' - 0 1 411 .11.6 - ' I ite ,' i , !, tour times' ' - ' - ' BARBER. 5140P ' swEWr t hot-ivi-1,44 IcAN 5421-1: - sr , . ,:7 ,:--,,, fi i , , - , s ,I.',,'"''' , , , , 0 , , , ; &Iliad Calling lidgiall table UP 4 ' ea mak et the playing period as 4 , -,,L.,.- -- , 3441s, coy, but..) .s, ,1ji ta m A.104 . rr FRom gERE. , , . , , , , , I ,, , ,.'""",. .,1,.. . - - , the piers themselves. These' are Jae amnia Sellednivia te Illieet'Jety ' - -- - - '''' . , 4 ' e --. -I- , - . , ,- , . - rreetliman. Offers le I t ? r. C-g, re tali iali tell nide te .' If '11IALTaLb It'Lair1 1 t the molaludoll gain" atter ee Sallitir TWOS 00 Whales , , r -,, hAV 01(110 AllitIS,, , L., ,, '' - - ...."-;---7 -- , , 'al All Date, la P" ' - ', ' ; DO28 lam ?riper Cendf no , 4 14, (Copyright, 1121, or III Arllos., - mutt's of the Moly Cross-Boston : , , ke. Arditorhno.- ' , n '-1 1: !'" 1 77-7....' , - 1 . ' , ' ' " ''. - ' - la Private. ' t ,. , ,,,..;, ; , ,,, lion or maim , th' 1:leswegges-fertkioçDer-oeuotzNowthe olaullume conlieratarlienalystalastwagestlirdankader.irt irrei - - c , '; 1- r ' ' !,:: ' '. 111: .. , CLITS,, ,M,..4. .14ARIPC:. .,- : : ' ' ''' ' - .. )'' ' ' '''' ' . '' ' ' ' ' ' - - ' 4.111 ' , . ' sy JONI IL INSTIL . when football. enth011alts ,,, lit W. Burbdgh, who bas Glaciated at Oldie Anderson YeatesditY st3ned - ' ' ' , , '',-- - I ' '' , ' , ' ' i ' ' - , , , , : Paris. Dee- 7.--(By the Ateah. -I' g around and tell the rules commit- leading weep pestles toy . many articles' to box, 10 ' rounds wienl. , - ' , ,;.1 - -' - '' ''' 0 es, , - -'01- is -- , ted Preset).- Georges cumin .,..11 '' '' - Lodgment Ky.. Dee. 7.---Wben the tee what it ought to do tO make the years. - - -- - , Pats, Flestagan : before the Big I; ' ' - ''' .. . '' . 1 i - ' ' k I - ..,..!,,, -;'w , - believes the best place to set, f 'tried of arbitration LK the National tame better, der br dor In ever7 - By applying a stop-watch on eacb Chief A. C. on Dee. 2n. This is a '' : , , .-- - " N , -kb , S r controversy over his recent lett -'1'-idalaselatiOn Of - Minor Leagues Mat 8 - L' ' .,,' of the 132 plays in the game Bur- match which Ime been bog in the " ; ' VV."' ' ' ...N ' t , - ... - .s , -I'. ' ' . with Battling Siki Is in the Phil 1 . the resolution ordering that Among thole Pr212U2412 2122r-21 leigh found that the ball was hi at- making. but rdMtedlY bad encoun- - , 7.'7, no,.,) . ,, -t- , - , ..k . , 5 . - 2, Writing to Le Journal, As Troia .. 4 ; Triglepper at the Portland, Ore., have already come to light there is . hal Sight ,only 11 nainutes'23 sec- tend obstacles. It looks like one , , ,- - .,, . - .-, .., ', , , ,., : 1 ,. , - boxer says: ' ..., ,.- '. elth be "forever barred from anY ale to leek the "erne eellehst.wl onds from starting whistle to fin. of the best latches of the early , - k ' .4 , "-- , ' - .r. -,,'"N - - lie 1 . "Here is what I propose to skt, '131 ! 1 larticipatleu in the attain or the 12 Moll, .1 Ot wholn entail)? puiy -.- taking horn. The average thite for season.' with both boys, ruin' to. ----- C't ''',.40e. - ',' ,-.-----trs-' I .111A ð . , Notwithstanding his dismal" -1,11,, ,'. almOdatkia and that he be ineligible and one who gives the signals and' each play from the thus the ball go. Tickets . ars ' on sale at Al' t , ' el 1, .., . t t v vs.,: -' -:, - ,e 1 , , ,t , Uon and the disqualification I adiet S..,' 1' -ate Metals say relations whatgoevet directs the play. - t - was snapped back by the center to Bloom's Oakes. the Kedzie Coffee ,,,, n itint., , , incur, I offer to meet hintet -s "iNstv. t ;di ilz.: ',. ,,' , date he likes, In public or priok l., ' with the association" it touched oft Still other able suggesters urn-- the time it vras declared dead was Cup and the Rialto and Gold rot- ,- y, ' 1 .; .. , "; 148-ease of law and a court nem pose the ireverse of this and declare 52 seconds, while an a-rerage of 22 titurants. - . - . ill '.. w , .. Should he be ready to pat et a illt ' - ' King:0Sr' insisted today that he that all coaches should be forced to seconds was taken by the quarter- Joe Lrich, come ck chant:dim of! ''''st. t la 1 ,,, girl ,;,. ,. ,. stake, I bind myself to PaY chanty ,111 , 1 " leede e, report ot tse finances ot I stay up la the grandstands and let hacks to eall aignala. . 141' 4 1 1 that stake, or purse, If eat b do. 1 t al ,,., , . ' N ..L the bailmweights ' II show Chi- t , t - 4 '-g6f. "....-,,,, , ed. I am absolutely c,ertate t wool ' 11! .. - 'veld Tacoma club on the basis of a the captain send eut injured play- In the first period there were 35 cago and hillwitut boxing fans Billgi --..., , stack intbscription list which be ers and send in hubstitutes. Still plays;1 hi the second and third. 31 tonight whether be still is coming ( t Q, , 1 , 0' en v. finish Battling Slid this Menne i 41' , r . - presumed Would be taken up by the another pmposal is to have the ex-leach, end the last period bad 35 hick or is going back. Joe is fr 1, - I. 1 "1 i . - ,, V ,i, - than three rounds." ., & efi o. -:-.: ' .6 '- , ' den in Tacexas who were pledged tent of the, game limited by the elites. , , . - scheduled to meet Joey Sanger, her- ' , . lii M. Henri Bernstein, referee st ' '111.,. ' . ' to the shares of the stock, and that number of plays completed rather - , Olt I i' I :bbitavaetdbmeyen icutoti, - the Siki-Carpentier fight, toe em ' allied by his Milwaukee admirers , tAiilp ' lb..) Si - ' M left the city for his home ex- !than by the time limits. as a reed comer, in a 10-round bout l it, L'Auto today that he heard eel ....1101 1 . , '''' 'looting the funds would be put hal Shortening the geld ' also has - et the Milwaukee Auditorhun. . - ' , l'.1; i . i say: -011 1, 't '1,'Bla club' treasury as, had been been pr,oposed, the advocate of this Lyric!' oFFERs 0 . . . I How good the fight vrill be de-1 - I - sill .....,,ii buitepirtz, .. ,. Weed. They were not and, accord- change proposing to leave the goal pends large y upon how goott Lynch I, , N ; 1 -- 0.I' 4 1111 I it gal 1 (I rrlieet thiNe ,4nlirill'i! t; t, i- tag to Klepper, he made good the posts where they are and thus de- To GivE EDDIE wants to make it If Joe wants tot, , :' ' t difference. -, creasing the distance necessarjr to , get out and step, it should be a' . t 11111', , .s, , ', - , -; a"'"'"' - He says he will take the matter make a long gain-effective after re-, . - , wile!. of an argument, for the MinI - , Siki say something to Cameos! -CAMP ' ' 'to the courts, that in fact, tt is te- ceiving the kickeffy ' waukee Joe, is len willin to a, P LI g I r k which proved that the match id ill tl , -,; , day in the bands of his lawyer& One -of the favorite alterations , j A luARy BouT i , ,, do. A step. If the champion wants to ' ' ' Je-- been framed. 'Vida .' Thepresumptien Is that. an injunc- I advocated is to give points for first play safe, it will be a boning exhi- ?V a -; tion will be applied for to restrain 4 down made or for ground gained n 1 - - ' :g . : -', tenicIstedfatrbtb:Ilyttonthideithrsapertieng psi; tot bition and nothing more, for there's Tt 1 If, - - '. , , , , --itba Natiónal Association 'official& instead of for getting the ball over smell chance of Sanger, try' as he - , , ' ettention than the Lausanne ses. oNiat li . I from preventing Klepper from con- for touchdowns. Another Which , ,' ,tt, ... 11 ,. , .,. . ,', ,,it i ! , might, to catch-up with the chasm- ' 4 . ' , -ducting hie business. National As- has cropped up repeatedly i te -2 Mama That Be DM get Want 10 pion if he refuses to mix. - g ' ference. ' rear r," 4m:dation officials when asked today , lessen the distance it.is necessary Take Clauses With Andersen Stepping in against the Chinn- ' , ' - , - - Pent ' P exactly what their resolution meant, ? te gain within the 25 yard mark I ....- --,o.,....-...-, t , , i , y Beirore Big:Light. ' ' were a trifle haz . They reckoned from 10 to five yards. - , . pion is a tough asaigument for the! . '; .,, - -..-' e ,,v,Alt..-.,,,. BRITTON BARRET dell II I ' Milwaukee youngster' . He's boxed? -- - --" tout ' ' , ---' 1 - ' ' it Would prevent Klepper from .- ' 1 some high class boys, and made a I k....- - ---- ' -...----- -------' , - - ' 'I signing his name to any baseball , - Denying charges that he delib- - ---. . 11Pi 5 m." IP ---- good showing, but boxing a cham- .. i contract, from sitting as a delegate, 4- , , 11 - erately sidestepped his bout with pion is se,mething else. , ' - - -from being elected an officer or any- .1 ,.... n, .011-1E.000G-HTIN HAIRtur , - . 76Af" 1:----" 11.' i BouTcliRis Sanger s last fight was a letwag 111A ' F ", A -' ...Albin which has any ,relation with ; 1 ,At. ---,"' Eddie Andersen here Dec. 15, and declaring he has been unjustly ac 1;7 cuseel by Eddie Anderson of being one, but he lest to a mighty good , , - ' , . ' the association, and thus on through boy-Sammy Mandell of Rockford.? - - - will be at the ringside. He's mix-, t I DAlielebtrrebeortirtct rKooWokpe.itd,ceeironettentris.etontdbadDoer'pocriitancticainnedi Nu-mbe' r of Good rigat-sLett, t ,' . the various lams of baseball. - ' yellow, Joe Lynch. bantamweight , The Portlander took his medicine , ' faallallSaME SWAM champion of the ,world, in a letter I had trl ed th i h ed J min e nears g t ack had -won j d d f ' ' a u ges an re eree s ious to meet Lynch again and they . ally no contest, although names of Jack Still Believes That He Bas l And S a short time before', ' without any violent expostulations, to local Legion officials asserted he ...0.. ' may come to terms before Joe hur w lie of Cleveland. who in turn ' 1!- Merely insisting that he had not New York, N. Y., Dec. 7.--Censer- would come west in January and ries east to train for his 15-round 1 Ale , ?wfifully violated any rule or law of 1 vation was no there a characteristic! titular bout with Midget Smith lit 1 nati, were presented. Weiderquist In 01116 sign with the Davenport clubitor , . 1011 over Jet Lynch at New 1., opal - baseball and that he bad done all of eastern football in the season of , e tiernen. ' I stood out as one of the best lines- a match with Allder8011.0r ally oth-1"ee's k. Lynch did not make weight I - a p gig 1 in his power by putting in his own 1922 than it was in any other part er bantam Legion Metals Before-1 rn"this fight. so the title d,ld not 1 men the Presidents have had In New York, Dec. 7.-03y In litort , funds to bring about a proper con- of the country. The writSr cpeaks ter him if the club desired bleserv- I BROTIERS COACH change hands. But Mandell s mar-; of two years was exceptional. years. His playing over a period tional News Service)-Jack BM oboe - ". dition of affairs at Tacoma when from the standpoint of country- tees. i S , gin over Sangqr was narrower than! arirmi ELEvENs: , , ton. former welterweight charnels iisee - he found that the men who were wide observation. There was a his win over Wolfe, who In turn 1 cliAsH a A tirpTunky 1 "I regret that I was NO to and one of the oldest active pug sant "imposed to furnish the money had I great deal MOTO conservation than cancel the Davenport euga ent, lots In the ring today. is not go elso Italed to do so. - ' radical football through the entire! , beat Lynch. All of which figures1 . give the Milwaukee boy a pretty -i--- - ' 1 ' I ' - BROCCO-COBURN AND and I challenge Eddie:Anderson to .."-a a. ''' "7 . to retire after all. It was thellek teem ,' :I. The affair is easily the most , collegiate world. Thcfse who fear- prove that I am yellow.-- I did not te. fair showing for tonight- s crourzETTBELL0N that Britten had reached the 'day lip 1 - idely discussed thing in baseball ed that the forward pass would as- I intentionally sidestep a mirr; with , , , Aurora, Ill., Dec. 7.-West high 1 Washington, Pa., Dec. 7.--Ches' icircles today. Many wonder if the 1 sure supremacy over the rushing To Be Tough Scrap. ter Is- Weiderquist of Moline, Ill., iaraAlt BLIKE RAcErts of his gghting actnrity when Keck epees Edam. PUE yourself in my -Dost-1 of Aurora, the champions of the 'action Is not a warning to miner I, game found their apprehension un- tion. If you people had a, chancel If Lynch ehoeses to fight, Sanger I will have his hands full, for the "Big Seven" conference of northern' was yesterday elected captain of 1 ey Walker battered his deeps - Tot - 'league men to go slow in fooling I warranted. There were few elev- the 192,3 football eleven of Wash- , ship from under him, but Bri, . dies , to make 615,000 in New York, would champion is a fighter when right. Ulinois high schools, leaves tomer ingten te Jefferson university New York, Dec- 7.-The Brocco w . ' believes he has still a good nude lobe with the buzz saw,dor it is as stiff , ens that made es much of the over- you take a chance against a fellow He wits right when he took Pal, row morning for - Ftndlay. Ohio, high i Weiderquist has starred at right! Coburn and Goullett-Belloni teams , of lights left in him, and this, sei lier-rr gaMehMent as hes ever been !bead game ert they might have done. of Anderson's ability a week be , Moore at Benton Harbor. and If he where it will play the Findlay , tackle for two seasons. I still led In the 6-day bicycle raceled with the lucrative purses bent ,Witi meted out. A major league owner I Of the leading eastern team& tore the big time engagement? wants to step tonight like be did school eleven Saturday. The Aurora ahtadgpeedcallecedk this morning. They' 1,451 miles and eight i ta a c o te ffe 8 red g, has induced him t a th Milt Ale& . here today remarked that the new , Princeton,. the Navy. the ArmyiSyr- Lynch stated in his letter to 10011 teant hopes for a dry, fast field. - -- Washington, Pa., Dec. 7-TwTnty-, e emeback. administration in baseball had the 1 acusel and Pittsburgh were as dar- club officials; - that day Sanger is in for a tough one varsity letter men voting yes-, laps, while Egg and Eaton were 1 The rivals In the inter-sectional Minors "scared stiff." He elab- 1 ing In their spirit of enterprise al Continuing. the champion penned Right Britton has signed to battle Bo 4 who? terday elected Chester L. Weider-1 only a lap behind. pour teams were eight-round bout on Christmas di . m J , - ,, Eddie Shea of Dick Curley's sta.?, clash are coached by the Fletcher I quiet. right tackle of Moline, Ill.,' two laps behind. , by Barrett of Philadelphia la a .', , rated. with instances ' where the any outfits In the country. Cornell , the following: ' Isle is on for the semi-windup brothers, "Bob" and Ralph, smaller fr, had been brought up ; made the most of the straight rash- If I ever meet Anderson I'll seninst Benny Vegel. A number of . moots-, I with short rein. The ruiners, of I ing attack, but It is questionable I show Atm yin not yellow and I played on the mune University of captain of the Washington and Jef-1 I in the Quaker city. , , ,.s .1.1 Chicagoans, beaded by Doc O'Con- Findlay,: , e evens. "Bob" coaches 1 '..- ,, t; e ... ,,,,. , Course, feel they have not alone ; howgar she wetild have gone had hope he wins over Sheppard so I I ferson football team for next sea-1 . -4.--------.......,... -!tets relL will make the trip- Pal Moore ' been the vidlators of baseball law I the opposition she faced made it 1 . . . , ,. can get a crack at him. I doubt, ' ' 0 son, succeeding Wayne Brenkert of i F-- -- -- 1 i I II A , , 0,11 I : ir;?' H , , , , . , , ,,i, ,,... , - , .., , ; . - -.-- 1 . 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Still' plays0 in the mcond. and third.. 31 tonight whether be still is coming t A - . - ' a mit e presiuned would be taken up by the lanotneir proposal mittot nave me Z.hz-i each, and the last period had 251 hick or is going back. jaa 181 raAm -tt- RIF wpm 'Hi mon In "'aroma who were eledged 1 tent o the game m t by el nlave , - I scheduled to meet Joel! Samrer. her- itTi-hesh-a-r-esei tit; stock, a-nd tiat number of' plays completed rather i , , aided by his Milwankee admirers , 40 - M left the city for his home ex- than by the time limits. 'looting the funds would be put in Shortening the field ' also has' LYIRCII OFFERS as a real comer, in a 10-round bout iti .11 1 111 Itsci afigt 111111 I , at the Milwaukee Auditoriunt. . 'the club' treasury as. had been bean prpposed, the advocate of this How good the fight vrill 'be da-1 gil1111111 ( , agreed. They were not and, accord- change proposing to leave the goal pends largely upon how good1.3rnch 1 i lug to Klepper, he made good the posts where they are and thus de wants to make it If Joe wants to : rdifference. -, creasing the distance necessary to ' get out and step, it should be a: t'k I , , 4 , He says he will take the matter 1 maka a i?nggainellective after re-,1 TO GIVE EDDIE whale of an argument, for the Mil.. - - A - ' , ' 'IA the courts, that in fact, it is to- teeming tne KICKOM , , gay in the bands of his lawyers. One -of the favorite alterations AtIU A RY BOUT' swatePu.kee plenty willing to I t Iftee? cihiampion wants to , , - - The,preaumption la that an injune-ladvocateA is to give points for first i play safe, it will be a boxing exhi tion will be applied for to restrain down made or for ground gained -Abe Natiónal Association blficialat instead of for getting the ball over 1 bition and nothing more. for there's : email chance ot RanYer try mut he 4-, I from preventing Klepper from con- I for Atoucbdowns. Another Which - -- . - , , might, to catch-up with the cbam-I 4- - ; , , -ducting hie business. National As- has-cropped up,repeatedly I ,, , , . -2 t'3 Cubes That De DM 301 Tutu 10 pion if he refuses to mix. - I 4. : --,, ,. ,,,, Wocdation officials when asked today , lessen the distance it-is necessary ---,--..-- - - Take Chance With Andersen Stepping in against the chavi-; - - , - ,. .,--- ;-. ,,---.7.720., I 4 - P.exactly what their resolution meant, 1 to gain within ths 25 yard mark , . - - -, -- ------- kko- e . ' were a trifle hazy. They reckoned from 10 to five yards. ' , . Before Big Fled. pion is a tough ass:figment for the I .. Milwaukee youngster' . He's boxed I ' ; -, . i ----' ..."..-111 - ' ' it Would prevent Klepper from .., ' 1, 1 j ,- some high class boys, and made a I . 1-- - ---- ------- ------ J - - -...'. . 11 . , P Adenine his name to anv baseball , , - DenVinit charges that he delib- , k., ,. ,, , . , - - 1111 III in wawa Limy Tama tney got toe 1 overaeaa, tong gain attaca in oraer , wallop and is ' clever. I fouicht , N.,, , . L.------L- . , . Qt Dehl ,,worst of it At any rate, however, to bring her within striking 4116- Johnny and I know what he is ea- A.---- i e .4,4 . "...vgwailmtml, urwel.., ' - ..ottostssonommot 11 lonnob...- . 9 1 ....---- ' 4 ..) N ellt I 1, t' so twoJO toryone here believes there will tance of the enemy's goal. ' pable of loing." - --- 0 : , .,,ensomeennume wEensib . 1 o eyrb considerable hewing the chalk Of the eattern teams, Princeton , ;line for a time at least. clearly leads. Cornell undoubted 'II It was seriously suggested here ly made a strong showing, but in ! ) today that a sort of general amnesty i order to get the correct relation be- Lynch went on to 'explain his pa- sition in the cancellation of his , ', ' irw.,-MNI . , ... i Davenport engagement. He also ,illiM - Fr I produced wires from Tex Rickard P --,---,5,( ex.- .... t .,,, f d..............i 11111111111111111111MMM . ailliminnommooner i , - ANIMENEMENIMEMIr limmonni MENEM : , 'IllEENL ..t I -"11111, , D.m. k im 4, granted players who are now on 1 tween the records of the two elev- and ClIMMigniOnPr MuMonn nrd,r- ..----- , . t -..- ' "2 i 3 7 r47 ! II t - diaL ,?the banished roll. The argument is ens, consider that Cornell in her WI; tTal-j1;;-t1;;-;lic.1 -COrt ' ta,tio0 z7 ' I ' .0 ---- -- -- ""'"' I -; r rik - II AIS AMES 1C I I ITUI OS. - Asir titaboo , , ow almnraawr Noy wusium Erts wuza I. usiesDu . v. 1.11. Dec...7 -- Coacht . , , i ,, . ionyenporty iowa - - , - ., . 1,a.1....... j , . . - BoSenhoUta. a, usebown. Hamm! , -goad barbell 1 ' - 'Me Int Sas mete all rumor that he pool -.I. schlootar ot Lotobtood otot- nocrzipoRD TgAll m , .. , . . , 4,, . . .. ,, , . , , 1 , , , . I , .13111-COUTIO:21TI gUY8PLATT734) ' ltml's,,' 6 ai611161,, 6.1.611..ah. 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V , P.,m,dr ammoowe monimmodrum at wannonia I 61:111 num colpign air a person ot tivo .. ' "----- , ; Brows'a ,Itarimer lamp. Ociona , --- : , . ,- .,.... ... put tau oicucc la a position years. , The ,annoanoement brings ' Muskogee,' Okla., Dec: 7.--Nm ,. , ! 1 where he mast light la get a man- great pleasure at Lombard as Mr. players' of the local team of the . 'attic quickly. -- i , iftitissior IS ,Altrellietý : popular fleatinrestern, 10111110 have bees - - ,... . , , , Louisville will open its Bow park here. During lib ' tiro . yetis u sold to the Rockford tease of the ' ,r -.. . 7 WItli the Boston Red Sox April 5. football coach at the local school. Three-Rye league, afoordbig to ad- N I ( 2, t. . x ' - eta - W. 1. Furlong 11,28 Sid Age. , 0 L. Bobble -WM 20th Ili. . ' 1 ' ., .' , 4, Nov Nero" SIMI Barber , - L. . , , - - . -;,. . . : , , '', i..,2,, ''' ;" . '71 I 1 ' 110ip" ' Neale Is upectng great Schluter has developed reinarka- "leen from Mealy Barbour, owner. . 1 : )thalup ot his team this coining sum- ble elevens. - , - -, who le attandlag the suet- 4 , . . . , - .bb - ð - Rothe:on, v es-Clevebuid . -, Schluter, trill alio have charge big at losdaville., They , In- : - , . - .e at SHADE Is HAV cigar - I ,, Albsp.:1-118,.. sad!snd' N.:11,,,....,,,,,.....ke'la.:. Nts.,,...11.9r. ..,2Dd . : i A. vslpy.,1,... ....Len.' , s3106,i,,,s,d,..,..A.b.,,. , ' . , frAttres Sorbet -111ba.. 2611k SS. 1 Hadtey's Mote, Shop. ILO : ' ( "joiteb0. lige been taken on by,Loule- of buketball itad baseball and will fielder ' Wehhibidtstr and Pitcher - - i . , .. , , ill 11. awl143 pv,o. , , - - .