Clipped From The Bridgeport Telegram
FRANK TUBERSKI READY TO MEET RALPH GREENLEAF NEW YORE., Jan. 23.--Frank Tabfirski may be seen in a long awaited match with Ralph Greenleaf for the professional poclcet btl- llards cliamipionship of the world. Tahei-skl retired from tournament competition f o u r years ago last Kail, then heing (he champion. It was In the tournament of 1918 Ureenleaf gained the championship. Taberski, however, had been undefeated, and since that time he advertised himself as the undefeated pocket liilliard champion o f ' tho world. . Kver since that time there has been a stron^ demand for a between thase masters of the cue. Many efforts have been made to bring them together, but in each Instance somee unsurmountable obstacle has been encountered and negotiations called off. Charles Kline, owner of th e Strand' Billiard academy of this city, has opened up negotiations anew a.id has submitted a proposition, to cuth. playera /he Tj8llÂ»vea they.wui accept.