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PAGE THIRTEEN. BRINGING UP FATHER By George McManus f . ..Copyright 1121 by International Now Service. ; MONDAY, NOVEMBER. 22,; 1M0. ' I . ' . ' fT I ' I II 1 111 n p I II1UU I IIU ! BATTLES I BILLED Gtilf Coast Military Academy (to Meet Tech High Wednes day, With C. H. S.-M. U.S. Clash on Thursday. j! BY BOB PIGUE. J, 3 Memphis grief fans are prom ised the two best games of the 1920 season on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. " On Wednesday at Hodges fieli the Tech H.lgh Yellowjackets will rfieet tre Gulf Coast Military academy, eleven of uultport, Miss. On Thursday afternoon, Thanksgiving day, Central riTip-h school and Memphis Tj'niversity school, ancient ri vals, ana eacn wi.m a icau slate, will clash in a 'game for tfie championship of Memphis. T?he C. H: S.-M. U. S. game Will be played . at Russwood park. . . . ..' The Wednesday game should prove hrd-fpught throughout, for he cadets of Gulfport are bringing Ine of the strongest teams .to Mempfils that has ever performed here Only one game has been lost by the O. O. M. A. and they-a.re counting on giv ing the Yellowjackets a trimming in tlje Wednesday clash. ;The Gulfport. team Has scored 406 points thus far this season in six games, holding their opponents to.27. Tjie contest they lost was to Spring Hill college of Mobile, that game end ing 7 to 6 for their opponents. Fol lowing is the list of victories the Tech High aggregation has scored thus far this season: Osceola 9, Tech 53: Tech 50, Dyers birg 0; Tech 43, C. B. C. 0, and Tech Mi j .TECH GETTING BUSY. The Tech Yellowjackets have been hard at work for the past week get ting ready for the Gulfport layout, and are not conceding anything. They figure they have a good chance to give tne nara-ooned: caaets a .wal loping in the Wednesday conflict, and are going after them just as soon as the whistle sounds, and do not in tend letting up until the battle has ended. Coach Tom Shea reports that prac tically all of his hospital squad Is in shape again and that he will be able to put forth his strongest lineup against tne caaets. The Gulf coast team left Gulfport munaay morning tor Memphis and should arrive here Tuesday. They will go through a light Wbrk- out Tuesday afternoon at Hndtes field, by way of getting rid of their train legs. M. U. S.-C. H. S. ' , Name vourjtiwn ticket keyt day gams between Central High and Memphis TJnlveraitv sohnnl It's a cinch that its going to be a warns oi a Dattie every inch of the way and that neither tpam In ceding anything. They are waiting .u ue snown. M. U. S. is confident of beating C. H. S., and C. H. S. is fully con fident of taking the measure of the Red and Blue. So far as compar ing the teams go, they stack up fair ly even, with both outfits certain to put up a great fight -from start to unisn. Johnny McDoucal. Btar M. TT." S end, has boosted the stock of the ea ana Blue considerably, for John ny is a very valuable cog in the M, U. S. machine, and was badly need ed. He returned to play the Thanks giving game, following which he will go back to his home in Texas. Ed Crump, captain and end, is out of the game for the season. The broken bono in his left ankle will not neai in time tor him to get in the lineup, and he will be obliged to watch tne game from the sidelines. Charley DeSaussure, fullback, is get ting along fairly well with his in- jureu snouiuer, ana will De in the, game, but he is far from shape. 19 Bacherig, star quarterback, is an other M. U. S. celeb who is nursing a hock oi wounas, Central High will enter the fray wun practically every man on the team in good hape. It looks like a tossup as to which outfit win win. At any rate, take it from us-- - Itsgoingtobeaheluvabattle. L BETWEEN I ROUNDS I WITU Bll I LJAA.IS I was called to a small town one night to referee a fight where a lot of money was lt on two dusky fighters, one being a local negro and the other the Mexican Kid. It was a good fight for, three rounds and then the Mexican Kid hit the negro in the stomach, knocking him down and I counted him out. Y Then the crowd started tfc yell, some of them for the Mexican Kid. and the rest of them claiming that the negro had been foulod. The sher iff said he was not foulod, and the chief of police said he was fouled, and that he was going to arrest any one who tried to collect a bet on the fight. Then the crowd asked me about it. I told them he was hit in the stomach and I counted him out. but as far as the bets were concerned TO USE THEIR OWN JUDG MENT. HENDRIX READY TO MEET ARKANSAS (Special to The Newt Scimitar.) CONWAY, Ark., Nov. 22. Hen- drlx college will conclude its grid iron yea tin Tuesday with Arkansas college, of Bateaville, as opponents. The game was scheduled by Coach Charles R. Woody after disruption of the State Normal eleven caused Cancellation of the annual Hendrix Normal game. The Bulldogs regard the Lambs as easy prey and prob ably will send in a string of sub stitutes as soon as the regulars have piled up a good score. IF THAT . THINKS OUT OF ME.-Hi . ' . thin(n- oajt? are ovei - i'm lqh- to . 1B20 BT INTL PIATUHI SlRVIC. At Memphis U. of T. Doctors' 13, All-Stars 0. . At Atlanta Georgia 21, Alabama 14. i At Gceenvllle Furman 14. Clem- son .0. At Raleigh .North Carolina State 90, Wofford 7. . At Louisville Centre (Ky.) 28, Virginia Poly 0. . At Birmingham Birmingham Southern -14, Howard 7, At Greensboro Quilford 7, Elon 3. At Columbia, South Carolina 48, Newberry 0. At liexington-"-Transylvanla 27, Georgetown (Ky.)'' 0. At Camp Piker-Camp Pike 7, Camp Travis' 0; j At Little Rock Dlttle Rock High 14, Fort Smith 0. At Gainesville, Fla. University of Florida 21, Stetson University 0. ; Harvard 9, Yale 0. Washington-Lee 1 6,. Georgetown 7. Carnegie Tech 6, Vr . and J. 0. Penn 27, Columbia 7. Dartmouth 14, Brown 6. , (Syracuse 14, Colgate 0. Amherst 14, Williams ,7. i West Virginia 20, Bethany 0. Holy Cross 32, New Hampshire State 0. , Mass Aggies 21, Tufts 0. Swarthmore 28, Haverford 8. Boston College 13. Marietta 3. Johns Hopkins 49, Western Mary, land 0. , Lebanon Valley 40, Junlata'-0. Union 7. Hamilton 3. LaFayette 27, Lehigh 7. Stevens 21, New Yqrk 14. Springfield "Y" College 7, Detroit 3. " Gettysburg 14, Mount St. Marys 0. Penn Mil. College 28, Washington College 7. Bucknell 28, Susquehanna 7. ' Dickinson 85r .Delaware 7. ' .' Villa Nova 13, Catholic 6. Ohio 7. Illinois 0. Michigan 3, Minnesota 0. Wisconsin 3, Chicago 0. Indiana 10, furdue 7. Notre Dame 33, Northwestern 7 Nebraska 35, Michigan Aggies 7. Butler 9, Yf M. C. A. 0. Baldwin-Wallace 20, Case 0. DePauw 8. Wabash 0. ' .Haskell Indiana- 33, Oklahoma Ag gies 7. -- v Iowa 14, Ames 10. Oklahoma 7, Kansas Aggies 7. Denlson 14, Kenyon 0. Carleton 17, McAlester 0. Marquette 10. North Dakota 0.' Montana ,7, Idaho 20. Oregon 0, Oregon Aggies 0. Montana Mines 7, Gonzaga 47. Orinnell 17. Cornell College 6. California 38. .Stanford 0. Colorado 7, Colorado Aggies 7. Utah 0, Wyoming 0. SIX EASTERN Most Brilliant Season of Many Years Has Been Brought to a ClosePrinceton Tigers Claim Title. . BY JACK VEIOCK. (International News Service Sport ing Editor.) NEW YORK. Nov. 22. Six East ern football elevens remain in the select unbeaten circles today as the most brilliant football Beason in the history of the sport draws near a close. Princeton, Harvard. Pennsylvania State, Pittsburgh, Boston college and Stevens have closed their sea sons. Pennsylvania State and Pittsburgh will have it out on Thanksgiving day. ' Football fans in Pennsylvania re gard the Pitt-Pennsylvania State game as a championship affair, but It is practically certain that no Eastern team will he recognized, as champion of this section. Princeton supporters arc claiming the big three title for the Tigers, following Harvard's failure to defeat Yale by a score as large as the Orange and Black ran up against the Blue. But the 14-14 tie againwt the Tigers and the Crimson stands in the way. The schedule of this clos ing week of the. season offers sev eral games of Importance in addition to the engagement between the Pan thers and Staters at Pittsburgh. The annual battle between Cornell and Pennsylvania at Philadelphia on Turkey day, will attract plenty of at tention for Pennsylvania demon strated against Columbia that she is not "shot to pieces." Two Games Remain. In the Middle West, where Ohio State has clinched the big ten title, two games still remain to be played that promise plenty of action. Notre Dame's fast gridders will meet the Michigan Aggies at East Lansing on Thanksgiving, and Wash ington State will tackle Nebraska, at Lincoln, the same day. The one, big came of the dying Reason, however, will be the Army Navy battle at, the Polo grounds, next Saturday. The game will un doubtedly, be witnessed by a record crowd and, although Army will go Into the contest a favorite to win, football followers are looking for a hotly contested game. LEON CAD ORE WEDS. NEW YORK, Nov. 22. Leon .T. Cadore, Brooklyn pitcher, and Miss Helen Josephine Sweeney, of Brook lyn, were married Nfcre last night. On their honeymoon they will visit the home of Cadore's fathtr, at High Bridge. Mich. TEAMS REMAIN UNDEFEATED OOCTAP HEt C6nn INC. J WAS FEATURE OF Grid Fans Now Beginning to Talk of Championships. Four Teams Remam Unde feated in S. I. A. A.' Georgia's spectacular victory over Alabama Saturday in which the Red and Black eliminated the husky Crimson and 'White from the list of Dixie's undefeated elevens, was the outstanding feature of the day, but there were almost half a dozen other contests of compelling interest. The manner in which- Alabama's stout-hearted players fought their way to two touchdowns and a tie after Georgia had registered 14 points in tne first minutes of nlay. was equaled in Washington, where Wash ington and . Lee, smothered a week ago under a 77 to 0 score by Au burn, set out to redeem itself and earned a 16 to 7 , victory over the strong Georgetown eleven. Botlv teams upheld the best traditions of college athletics.- There were other features of note in the comparatively few games of Saturday One was the mighty de fense of V. P. I. against Centre. The Virginians' record this season has not been impressive, but they held the wonderful Kentucky eleven to four touchdowns, the smallest score made by. Centre this year, except against Harvard and Georgia Tech."-' ' North Carolina State's strong team piled . up 90 points against Wofford, using the first string men only in two periods, and South Carolina de feated Newberry 48 to 0. The great est fight in the Carplinas, however, was that In which Furman's light, aggressive eleven overcame Clenmon, 14 to 0. , The Furman team, said to average only 150 pounds to the man, has proved itself one of the' best of its weight in the country, and its ad mirers are claiming for it the "ban tamweight championship." Discuss Title Chances. Titular dfecusslons are being heard on all-sides i now that Thanksgiving day approaches to end the season To date four Southern teams are left undefeated by another Dixie eleven. They are Georgia Teen. Geor gia university, Tulane and Virginia Military lnstltute.land a goooiy num ber of others have only -one defeat behind them. Georgia and V. M. I are certain as anything in a football game eh be of coming through with clean slates. Georgia Tech has prob ably Its hardest game yet to play, that when Auburn is tackled. Tulane facing Louisiana State on "Turkey day" also has a hard-fought contest in sight. , Georgia's supporters can at least claim one title no matter tne out come of Thanksgiving day's battles, nrVi that Iii ths chamoionship of Ala bama, for the Red and Black has met and defeated Alabama s two Dest, the university and Auburn. OHIO STATE WINS WESTERN TITLE URBANA, 111., Nov. 22. Ohio State carried the 1920 football cham pionship of the Western conference back to the presidential state Sat urday night. in the most spectacular finish seen on historic Illinois field in years, the Ohioans triumphed over Illinois, 7 to 0, Saturday, when Myers, in the last ten seconds of play, snatched a 37-yard forward pass from Work man and dashed across the Orange and Blue line for the only touch down of the game. Pete Stinoh comb, brilliant Ohio left halfback, kicked the goal. By winning Saturday's game, Ohio remained undefeated this season and has undisputed claim to the title. Both teams were keyed to a high fighting pitch and fought virtually on even terms. Illinois, weakened through the loss of Capt. John Dep ler All-Western center, and- further crippled by Injuries to Carney, bril liant receiving end of the spectacu lar Walqulst-Carney aerial combina tion, and Ralph Fletcher, star kick er and halfback, fought stubbornly to check the smashing attack of Ohio's superb Tiackfield. ZBYSZKO MEETS STRANGLER LEWIS NEW YORK, Nov. 22. Wladek Zbyszko and Kd (Strangler) Lewis, henvvwelirht wrestlers, meet here to night to decide which of thorn will wrestle for world's heavyweight championship against Joe Stecher, Drescnt champion. The match to- n.gbt will he decided by one fall, catch as eaten can style. As a preliminary feature toniffht Steleher will wrestle Le'n Donnel) a French wrestler. GEORGIA DEFEATS ALABAMA 21 TO 14 ATLANTA. Nov. 22'. The I'm versify of Georgia defeated, the Unl verslty of Alabama in their annua football game here Saturday by i score of 21 to 14. Georgia took th lend by making two touchdowns in the first five minutes of play, Ttv Alabamlans' line recovered ltsel somewhat thereafter and tied the score In the third period, but in the last period Georgia scored another touchdown after a beautiful 82-yard run by Cheevea. I GEORGIA S WIN FOOTBALL WEEK nil - ILL CO TO nYOURTHINCbREAO. - A ST 'm iVmMi'MALL HOME-I WANT HIM TO f L JF LI MAN- UcJla-l H,tl .tLl- REMAIN UNDER -YOUR- IKCS Mt LWr J I v 1 JJX) 11 11 dU BIG TRIPLE WINDUP AT S. A. G. MONDAY h I r :J A KID ROTH; BILLY HAACK, Refer A triple wlndup.haS been booked for the regular weekly boxing show at the Southern Athtotic club Mon; day night. i There will be a four-round bout to start things off,, and next will com an eight-round mill between Ham bone Murphy and Kid Jackson, two local negip gloves(ers. . .. The second part of the triple wind up will 'find Battling - Burgess, the 'ABE GOODMAN LEAGUE.- Standing of Clubi, .' w. L. . T. Pts. 1 0 1 16 2- 0 4 3 1,1 Yt-M. K No. 1 3 Floyd Candy z York-Ambrose 2 Jefferson Cleaners.... 0 Sunday's Results Hodges Field. T. M. I. 2, Floyd Candy 0. York-Ambrose 2, Jefferson Cleaners 0. WILLINGHAM LEAGUE. Standing of Clubs. W. L. T. Pts. Danglers 4 0 0 8 O'Briens J J ? Y. M. I. No. 2 2 2 0 4 Kickers .. 0 4 0 0 Sunday's Results Russwood Park. Danglers 2, Y. M. I. No. 2 0., O'Briens 8, Kickers 0. DESAUSSURE LEAGUE. ' Standing of Clubs. W. L. T. Fl Little Midgets 2 '0 1 B Floyd Juniors ........ 1 0 a '4 Benners 1 J j Icsy Rosens .0 3 0 Saturday's Results HTSi Flsld. Little Widgets 5. Benners 0. ; ' Floyd Juniors 4, Izzy Rosens 1. It is doubtful if a professional or ganization of soccerists could have vanished the victorious idSi linger ing in the minds of theY. M. I. team that they would win the opening game at Hodges field in the Goodman league Sunday afternoon. The Y. M. I. boys defeated the Floyd Candy team two goals to nothing In this contest. The - York-Ambrose combi nation defeated the Jefferson Clean ers by the score of two goals to nothing In the second contest at the same field. The Danglers defeated the Y. M. I. No. 2 team in the opening game at Russwood park by the score of two goals to naming, while the O'Briens defeated the. Kickers eight goals to nothing in the second con test, Vunnlng up tne highest goal count of the present season. The first game at Hodges field be tween the heretofore league leading Floyd Candy team and the Y. M. I. was, without exception, the hardest fought game of any soccer game ever staged in Memphis. Taking the field against their experienced and aged opponents with considerable knowl edge of the came and a determina tion to win, the Y. M. I. team liter-' a'lv curried the Floyds off their feet before the game had flirty started. The forward line of the Fioyds seem ed unable to ttieet the situation of the frnntlc attack of the Y. M. I. boys and durinc the progress of the game the ball was rarelv ever on Y. M. I. territory. The bakfield of the Y. M. I. gave such grilllant support that they left the ball on the hands of the forward line most cf the time. Arn ault, L. Aokerman and Harklns seed ed to have everythln-r needed in de fensive play and this combination broke up nearly every passinT nltiv staged by the Klovds. The first 10 minutes of n'av showed the ball on the Flovds territory alrrost thmimh out this period. Guinee, Kgan. Joyce and Chishnlm shot for gnnl from enod positions and r"l8td' w't.h the half end'nc with a wMe margin to the Y. M. I., but no goals. Y. M. I. Vicious. The Y. I. Isovs launched n ffsn offensive In the second ha'f and f""r minutes ofter the half skirted the bnM wns hoftod to the Kkivrt te'i rard line when pnhorrnc nlviert shrt fur ironl nil n Wockurte (re "U lvmndinu to tro left .v;y- .. .Tovrp was enrerly weltl"- and dr"-" In 'the first r"nl of the nPn-Tionv! m'l incidentally the f'rst Hlr"in nMre""l registered ngalrst the Floyds "it season, and sti'l further ,lie f -"f goal ever scored hv the Y M T "-il"" the I'UiydH in two reasons. The F'nvds stuped " !ref offensive -nt pn'i ntes. However, r'n" Walsh hmdled the situation masterf"1'- wits rood save at his rani. At 13 mlnutei nn on the s"ond half McHncrh shot the sez-ohd njvl last iroal of the rnmennd despite lifter playing hv, both slds the pnme Wound up with neither sid threatfyilnj to,nnjt ejntlued extent L- M. A. A. SOCCER j JCNRfO J e; GENE MARTINELLI. Arkansas Wildcat, meeting Lorry Gilbert, of Memphis. This bout U scheduled for eight rounds. In the final mill, Kid Rbth, sensa tional ydllng Memphis lightweight, will go up against Gene Martlnelli in' a battle that is scheduled for eight rounds. It is one of the best cards of the year, and a packed house is certain to be in attendance. , afterward. The game was easily one Of the best ever played in Memphis. Stafford, J. Burnett and Ed Bishop did well for the losers In staving off A H i . r o-nfll faorolnaf Hibiyi , ... 1. It would be hard to individualize in tne r. w. i. unless it could be said that the brilliant backfield work of Walsh seemed to b quite the best i .i.iji. . . . uacKiieiuing snown in local soccer circles for some time. Goals. McHinrh Wilcox. " ' The Jefferson Pluantri .1-. feated by thel York-Ambrose team in the second contest at Hodges field. TJiey went -'down fighting as usual and really showed the best lineup wiey nave ever naa on tne field so far this season. Senior's appearance in their lineup again seemed to help tBem, while D. Jefferson's absence from, their fnrwnrri lino ma. n.HA. able. . During the first half the Jef. fersoft Cleaners rushed the ball to me lorK S goal, but could not vget by the brilliant backfield defense of Tlanev Ost nnri Miko rio.iln in 1 ........ uht.ii Buai. The first goal. came in the first half yviicii a mug dooi aown tne rield was missed by Crutchfield and Butts drove for a goal by Fredericks Senior. Murphy, Hodges, B. Jeffer son and Tavlor did nice work for the losers, while Duff. J. Ackerman. Wicrsma and M. Gavin did best work for the winning Yorks. Goals Butts, Kernighan. Referee, Ashton. DANGLERS COP. The Danglers continued their march to pennantville at the expense of the Y. M. 1.- No. 2 team in the onenine game at Russwood park. They did not win without a struggle, however, as the Y. M. I. club seems to be coming strong with a good lineup and will aurery make trouble if thev Bet little needed strength. The Danglers seemed able to get the ball by the Y. M. I. backs jn a masterly wav and the work of Flnley of the Danglers In leading his ' charges seemed to help the stove boys to victory. FUle.v. H. Werne. Hanna. and Hoiigh plaved well. Goals, Flnley,. H. Werne. Referee, FiwnH. Th final game of the afternoon at Pi'HHWond park resulted in a decisive defeat for the Kickers at the hnnds of the O'Hrlens. The O'Briens' fo.-. word line nassed the ball In a wUnrd lv munner and seemed to he develop i ryt a forward line that w II be hard o besd by ooposing hnrkfields. The K'cke'-s' I'neun was somewhat rtrenrthened nnd even thouirh their Hhow'ne was not what It should have 4een the hopeful ones are figuring on the Kickers coclnc through soon with stv nrer onsitinn. Tiest I'feiffr. Rei'iy, Turner. Frms. T '"(lei and Collins plaved best for the C'Mriens. while Bumpus. Goldhere nnd ''erner played best for the losing Kl"ke-s. -Goals. Pfelffer. (2); Reilly, (21: W. BeHt. Kpps, Turner, (2). Referee, 4bvans. STANDINGS OF PLAYERS IN BILLIARD TOURNEY CHKW'.O, Nov 2L'.-Wi-h nrllmlni. lies fur the national 'hree-cuiMon hll llarrl chnnplnnshlri about half f'nishe-1. strnninKo or ine players are foll iws .n.i'- oi I 'aver. TwH-. .-v York P'Oro. Neiv York TaokMon. Krn"es City T,.-ylfn. St. luls ..... 'riecUliip''"-. ('liicago ... 'orln. Clil'"o frionrMtc, Milwaukee . Won. Lost. 4 4 3 3 3 3 t!. Brooklyn 3 McCou'. Cleveland 2 Kal, Tol -'lo i Capron. I'hlrago 1 Lean, ii-nver 1 CRIQUI STOPS GREEN. SYDNI'.Y. N. S. W., Nov. 22. Jack Green, featherweight champion of Australia, was knocked, out yesterday Jn the fourth round tit a bout by Ku ccne CrluuL kit Franca U. OF T. DENTALS DEFEAT ALL-STARS BY 13T00 SCORE Both Teams Battle Hard, But Better Condition of Ten- nesseans Turn Tide in Their Favor in Final Half. The University of Tennessee Den tals defeated the Collegiate All-Stars at Hodges field Saturday afternoon in a game bristling with action throughout. The Dentals won by the margin of two touchdowns, at the same time holding the All-Stars scoreless. The final score was 13 to 0. The superior conditions of the Tennessee (machine proved their win ning card, for during the rst half of the game the All-Stars field the U. of T. gridders at everything they attempted. But in the .last half, when condition began to tell, the Tennesseans were able to keep trav eling at a high trate of speed, while the All-Stars had shot their bolt, and were on the de'er.elv. , f' After the first half had' been played the Dentals started in to coin a touch down, but the All-Stars held-them. Just as the final few minutes of the period were passing, Carman at tempted a dropkick, the ball falling short. Boots Streuli took the ball and attempted to run it back, but he 'was tackled hard and low, and the ball shot out of his hands. Burke, of Tennessee, recovered, and went over the line for the first score of the dav. Rilev failed to kick goal. The Dentals scored their second touchdown In the last period, when they marched steadily up the field. Carman tore off 80 yards around left end, and on the next play he took 15 more, the ball going to tne All-Stars' fiVe-yard line. The All-Stars tnen held' the Dentals on their first three attempts, but on . the fourth down Gardner went over for a touchdown. Riley kicked goaU The work or the entire All-Star team was good, but they showed a lack of , condition which was a big handicap, naa mey been In shape, a different story might have been told. A fair crowd witnessed the game The IlneuDt . U. of T. Doctors (13) All-Stars (0) Position. Coles ...... Left end Lahan Plesofskv ..' Left tackle ...McKnlght Marshall ... Left guard Adams Burke Center Hays c) Tucker 'Right guard Scott Grantham .1. Right tackle ...Doppes Venza Right end ......Bower Gronauer (c) ..Quarter Sellers Carman Left half Streuli Riley Right half . .Hockersmlth Gardner Fullback Cates OnAa kv tfloH i TT nf T rwtora 0 A 7 IS All-Stars 0 0 0 00 Summary: Scoring U. of, T. touchdowns. Burke, Gardner; goal from touchdown, Riley. Substitu tions U. of T. Docs, Grantham for Graham; All-Stars, Wllkerson for Bower, Humpnries tor wimirsun, .... i,i. ,.w. Tiimnai Officials v r. m i r 1 1 1 ' ' i Referee. Smythe (Miss.); umpire, Chllderson (Chicago); head lines man, stranger; umer, nuinvau sourl.) Time or perioas, 11 niinu.cn, BOWLERS SHOOTING AT CHICAGO LEADS ST. LOUIS, Nov. 22. Aspirants 4n- unnr. l.-. tv,A tilth nnnual tonrn. ament of the Middle West Bowling association today were shooting for An ..ia .'hlnnflrn crews in the ii (liil iicni j o " - - - doubles and five-men events and a St Paul contestant In tne singles. The card of 2.795, turned In by the champion, Brucks, of Chicago, Sat urday nlgni, BlOOa lip lIlluuKn jr-- terday in the face of assaults by six five-men clubs. Match play In the singles and j...o.lau AiA no uturt until vester- HllllUirD V. i - ...... ...... . ,. day, and K. Matek. of St. Paul, went out In front Wlin OJO in me lormt-r, while H. Larsen and J. Wagner h. other oalrs with 1.182. Today's schedule was light with few visiting entries listed. The matches run through Dec. 4. STOCKWELL WINNER IN BIG TRAPSHOOT KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. The annual fall carnival of trap shooting here ended yesterday with George Htockwell. Jr., of Kansas City, and F. J. Cairns, of Tampa, Kas.. winners of the Missouri V al lev Handicap event, and George N'icolai, of St. Louis, winner in th trophy event. Stockwell won in the 20-sJiot hun ellcap. making a clean record of 2 slniight. and in the 100 target ract- ( aims broke 93 "clays while i shoot -off was necessary to decld the winner of the trophy. William Hoon. of Jewell. Iowa; K. ('. Whefl er. of I'awhuska, Okla., and Nicolai each scored 97 out of a possible 100 Nicolai won In the shoot-off. Trapshooters frnin Missouri, Kan sas, Iowa and Oklahoma participated in the events. KID ELBERFELDSIGNS 1921 CONTRACT LITTLK ROCK. Ark., Nov. 22. President R. G. Allen, of tbe Little Rock team of the Southern Baseball association, last night announced thitt he had signed Norman tlild) Klberfeld as manager of the lotai club for the 1921 season Carpentier Will Eggshell, Says Ex-Lightweight Champion Has Boxed With Both Dempsey and the Frenchman and Says Jack Will Win. NEW YORK, Nov. 22. Georges Carpentier's chances to rock the heavyweight crown off Jack Demp- sey's brow are very slim, according to Jack McAuliffe. retired undefeated lightweight champion. The former lightweight king, cred ited with being one of the cleverest fighters of the old school, bases his opinion on a workout he was fortu nate enough to have with both prin cipals in the next battle for the championship. "I have boxed with both of them and have had a chance to study them at close quarters," he says. "I like Dempsey s style of boxing and I don't like the form of Carpen tier. Dempsey slides In and glides around like a panther. I have never boxed with a man so hard to hit. He has a clevef knack of twisting his head that makes even the best direct ed shot JUBt a glancing blow. On the other hand, Carpentier comes in straight and rushes in a crouched po sition. This style of fighting would be pie for the champion. "Another thing. I don t like Car pentier's overhand punching. He leaves himself wide open and gets himself off his balance. While it is the hardest thing to get one over on Dempsey, the Frenchman Is compara tively easy to hit. "That means a lot with a puncher like Dempsey. The champion doesn't know how hard he can hit and now really strong he Is. He rocked m several times with short blows that didn't come more than an Inch or two and yet ho Insisted that he was draw- ins: them. "Both are puncners, dui uempsey has more behind them. I know that and Carpentier will know it when he gets one. I don't believe anyone's de fense Is strong enough to wiinstana the kick that the cnampion puts in a blow. Keep Your Blood Pure Nature Will Do the Rest Did you know that ninety. per cent of all human ailments depend 'upon the condition of your .blood? Nature gives her warning! In vari ous unmistakable ways, so that when the appetite falls, and you become weak and listless and a general run down condition seems to take posses sion of the whole body, It is an un failing sign that Impurities will steadi ly accumulate until your general health will be seriously affected. You should recognise the Importance, therefore, of very promptly cleansing out the sys Health Underwear cySrMen.Women and Children. Change your underwear! They houuo e- helre, any minute. now" Crumple Like Jack McAuliffe "Jack Curley says that Carpentier has 20 styles of fighting one for every kind of fighter. Well, he'll need the '57 varieties' if he wants to keep from getting picked by one of Dempsey'g wallops. "One thing the Frenchman has In addition to his speed, experience and some cleverness, is confidence. 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