Clipped From The San Bernardino County Sun
Spurley Meets Checkie Herman L4f Orange e Belt Cy Murphy, a hard socking; lightweight has bce.11 secured for the main event In the final crd to be given at tho Orange Belt Club next w r r k. Johnny Adams Is the probable opponent, but, as there Is considerable doubt as to hi appearance a more definite, announcement Is cxnreted later. This card at the Orange Belt this week carries plenty of fistic action and should draw a large crowd In the final card to bo given under the present amateur boxing' rules of th's state. Propping dodn tn the semi -w ind-up and tho fans will Kudie. Kpur-ley meeting Chuckle Herman, fcpur-ley failed to ni5ss YoUng' falei up a couple, of weeks ago and ho he turns his attention to Herman, who already holds one victory ovrr him. Spurley galled off a scheduled trip lo Arizona In order to meet Merman. "Red" Roth, the boy who was jip-ped out of a draw Willi Benny Jordan last wApk, will inKt Ad Peux of San Diego. Jordan and Roth were supposed io be rematchd but Jordan Is resting on the laurels of an undeserved win lust week. Benny made a great fight against Roth and nobody Is denying him any credit which might be coming lila way bill he was a lucky bird when lift had his band raised over Roth, Reu?, is expected to give Roth plenty of fight. Jew McCarthy and Babe Jackson aro back for a rematch. Jackson was winner last week on A technical Kayo and from the way those two boys battled one of them will be stopped next Tuesday. They are a great mutch. Gene Massingale will meet Young Larry and Lewis West inert Dick Jui lison, completing a card that is hard to beat. S. B. Club Professional Turns in Card of 33 C. A. Johnson, club professional played the course of the San Bernardino Valley Cluli in par yesterday turning in a ca;d of 33. It Is the first pur score played on the cour-c this year and i.n believed to be Iho first made sim-o thu links were completed. The score made by Johnson was aei'omplislud under a handicap of a strong wind.