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' J nAKKI (jRAYSON ^Charles Francis Adams, who' forfeited it, is expected to purchase the Boston National League franchise. . . . 1 Keriesaw M. Landis, baseball commis- , stoner, isn't exactly, crazy about /Adanss being associated with racing, "for which reason Adams probably .will ' t , - . r • ' « after talking things over on their fingers. . . . With Ching Johnson playing better than he has in-three campaigns, Bill Cook believes that the New York Rangers have the strongest defense in "the National Hockey League. . . . Shaun Kelly says that the Harvards had the queer sensation that they were playing on almost equal tearms against Princeton which actually was overwhelming them. . . . "It was a bit amazing to Stop three rushes cold then have the Tigers come j through with a deep pass or a long run j on the next attempt," explains the Crimson captain. .. . . Fordham has appeared before 640,000 paying guests « at/L/cciAcib utiwisi wiv,v«w t'wj "»& ^*4.s-«j»~» the , ^ the the three y(jars that slc Jim *3Q l _ . . . . t . . «-. VY.II announce his withdrawal; from Suffolk Downs track as .quickly as j ^^j has . coached, at Rose Hill, possible, . . . Adams is creditor of the | which is as good a reason as any why ,Braves to the extent of about 8125,000' and the financial muddle can best be worked out with the chain-store and ' hockey magnate remaining. . . . Oscar Eckhardt,, Pacific Coast League batting champion who goes to Florida with Brooklyn next spring, wis released by Detroit several seasons ago. be- <iause of poor fielding. . . . He should the former Notre Dame luminary's re- engagement seems assured. I Gastanaga Smacks 'Em . Isadore Gastanaga, who fights Joe Louis in Havana, December 29, can smack 'em, or used to be able to, at least. ... A handsome Spaniard, Gastanaga broke into New York three be right at home with the Dodgers. .1. . The New Jersey house is reported all set to pass a bill legalizing racing. ... If mutiels are installed, New Jersey could easily take the play away from, New York. . . . Good horses follow good purses. . . . Flamenco has been'nominated for the $112,500 Santa Anita Handicap of February 22. ... Although little or nothing is known about him in this country, the English miler is rated highly on the other side. .'. . If he starts, the event will have a real international flavor. • Birth of the Huddle Deaf players cf Gallatidet College ol Washington gave coaches of players who could hear the huddle idea in holding Fordham to a 7-6 score in N.ew York in 1915. . . .The Ram warriors were confused when the deal years ago with a one-round knockout j of Charley Retzlaff, only to have it' spoiled when he was outslapped by Patsy Perroni. . . . Wildcat Monte knows when he has had plenty, and gives his own decisions. . . . Monte hoisted the right hand of his opponent at Jacksonville, shouted that he had had enough, and bolted from the ring. . . . Jack Shea, former Olympic' speed skating title-holder, is studying | law at Albany, N. Y It's play or pay with North Dakota. . . . Davis and Elkinr' share of the receipts of a skirmish with St. Thomas of Scranton was attached by the Grand Forks institution, which charged that the West Virginians failed to keep a contract for a game in 1934. . . . The new j Keenlancl model track, near Lexing- i ton, Ky., probably will begin its in- ' gladiators snapped out of the huddle augural meeting April 11, or a few days after Oaklawn, Hot Springs, close;;. . . . Hank Caperton. latest phenom among apprentices, led the jockeys at Arlington Downs with 31 •winning mounts out of 133. . . . Only 63 were unplaced and the youngster finished with a percentage of .23. 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