Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on February 1, 1926 · 25
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' TODArS SPORT PROGRAM AMATEUR BOXING. Johnny Coulon's weekly show at 1154 East 83d street. 8:30 o'clock. Southtown C. weekly show at White City, 8:30 o'clock. BASKETBALL. Iowa at Indiana. Nebrazka at loos' State. WRESTLING. .1chnny Meyers vs. I3obby Bylund at Eroadway armory. 8:15 1)- m- . Jan Londos vs. W,ladek ZhYs2k0 at kahlancl Boulevard auditorium 8:13 o'doelg. SKATING. National ic( cflilarnplot:-hip4 twn&ri r3tnehamtor; N. T - BOIVILINti Intehwtate championship tournament Au Ars. ra THE WORLD'S 31OXthX, Belgian Wins European Middleweight Ring Title NrrLAN. Italy. Jan. 31.M. NJ Ilene Davos, a Belgian boxer, took the middleweight championship of Europe here today when he won on points over Bruno Frattint of Italy. NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1, 1926. PART TWO SPORTS MARTS ED REED TIES FOR 11.1101111 ICE MEET BD Wins 1 Mile in First Dais Races. rimghamoton, 1,1- Y. Jan 21-----TSpeciallPaul FOrernan of New York tied Eddie Iteed of itt,ee'''''"7":N the Sleoinnefror e A. C. i ' , . load in the chase ....3,, for the national I -3p "., arnateur outdoor ,.t 't'l . 41..' "1 . , ice skating cham- pionstrip In the ' ). ,..,- ' '- I. opening events of ! v, f' ...- f- e titular meet I ; ,,,. ',..- le p,' , rsY-0. - held today at En- . ie , v . ..e , ' : dicott p-1 th , - The New Yorker . . . w, . I captured the 220 1 yard dash, while t ...e, the middle west- ., , It erner was victori- Nit, ous In the mile event Derpite a. steady LOIS LITTLF.201ENT, downpour of rain, which made the going rough and treacherous, the host field of skaters gathered at any meet this season, furnished a large crowd with many thrills, and gave an exceptionally good exhibition under the circumstances. 1 It was impossible, however, to run t off all the first days events, postponed from yesterday because of soft ice, and nearly half of today's program will be added to tomorrows program, which will start at 7 p. in. Parody Bests Jaoohson. , Carl Parody of Lake Placid got a. tying start for the intermediate title by winning the 220 yard race from I Eddie Jacobson of the Opal A. A.. Chicago, and Donald Stack, Endicott youngster, took the junior race at the same distance. Lois Littlejohn of Chicago walked off with the 220 yard event for women : MINIONIOWNWOOMWSAWNOWINNIONI I THE GUMPS-TOOT TOOT-GOOD-BYE! GOOD EDDIES NUDIEU TRI-STATE ICE SKATING TITLE Opals Take Team Honors vitih 170 Points. Table of Points 1Mb TRI-STATE CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS. Herbert Kota Iten..501Cornehno Ewerts...30 Robert Reed .......401Ray Wandra 20 leery Nelson ......30 I Ilea tea Mishit 10 POINTS FOR THE MEET. 1 Opal A. A.........170 Henry named GO Sielpner A. C.......130 Parrett A. C 40 Northwest S. 121 Lake Shore Phtm. 20 Midwest A. C......110 Waters namr'd 10 after Leila Brooks of Toronto. victor Northwest - u Lake Shore Phk,n. Zo in the women's races at St. Johns last , natwegt a. waters Than-rd... 10 week. fell when halt way down the &voodoo. Tioned. 60 stretch and -with a comfortable lead. Ruth lituhlmeler, also of Chicago, I lierbert Koudten of the Northwest spilled too . but managed to finish Skating club 3 esterday on the 'friSecond. , state ice skating Forman skated a beady race to beat c h a in pi o n ship, the excellent field in the dash. 'The --- , scoring 50 points - , New Yorker thrilled the crowd with the series or , 11:21 brilliant start, his body turn, and ;4"--- t Tee class A Jump gettir,g him away five feet ahead I - races , held as a of the field. Ile bad the pole and re-; 1 part of the annual atined it all the way. Ted Combs, 1 tournament of the 13 year old Pittsfield, Ma sa. boy, made 4 s-; - Northwest club a great bid in the final spurt, but it, on the Humboldt Forman increased his stride, break- I park lagoon. Rob- I ing the tape two feet ahead of Combs, ert Reed of the who v?as closely followed by Roy Mc- Sleipner A. C. finWhirter. one of Chicago's former na- ished second with i tit nal kings. HERBERT KIsTUDTF-14 40 points, while Reed Comes from Behind. Henry Nelson of the Midwest A. C. Iteed's victory in the mile was some- and Cornelius Ewerts of the Opal A. what of a surprise, the dope having it A- were tied for third with 30 points a battle between Clas Thunberg of Fin-id, Olympic champion; Duke Dono- linudten Takes IIne Event. van of Endicott. and Valentine Bialls In points for the meet, the Opal A. of I:tea. nen Farrell of Chicago, A. team was far out in front with 170 i runner up to Gorman at st. Johns. led markers. Sleipner A. C. skaters gathfor the find six laps, but was spent ered 130 points for second place, while! Ruth Mohlmeler, also of Chicago, I iterhert Knuciten of tne ziortnwest spilled too . but managed to finish Skating club 3 esterday on the 'rriFecond. , state ice skating Forman skated a beady race to beat r c ha in pi o n ship, the excellent field in the dash. 'The ' , scoring 50 points New Yorker thrilled the crowd with , the series or Es brilliant start, his body turn, and t Tee class A jump gettir,g him away five feet ahead I 7 races , held as a of the field. Ile bad the pole and re-; i part of the annual tailed it all the way. Ted Combs, 1 tournament of the 13 Year old Pittsfield, Ma ss.. boy, made 4 -I Northwest club a great bid in the final spurt, but i on the Humboldt Forsman increased his stride, break- I park lagoon. Robing the tape two feet abead of Combs, e . ert Reed of the who v.'as closely followed by Boy Me- Sleipner A. C. finWhirter. one of Chicago's former na- ished second with ti nal kings., HERBERT KNUDTEN 40 points, while Reed Comes from Behind. Henry Nelson of the Midwest A. C. Iteed's victory in the mile was some- and Cornelius Ewerts of the Opal A. what of a surprise, the dope having it A- were tied for third with 30 points a battle between Clas l'hunberg of Fin-id, Olympic champion; Duke Dono- linodten Takes IIne Event van of Entlieett. and Valentine B1a113 In points for the meet, the Opal A. of I:tea. nen Farrell of Chicago, A. team was far out in front with 170 runner up to Gorman at St Johns led markers. Sleipner A. C. skaters rathfor the fin-rt six laps. but was spent ered 130 points for second place, while before the finish. Donovan started to the Northwest team was third with 120 cr4eP toward the front at this stage' 1 and the Midwest A. C. fourth with but a nasty spill on the first turn put 110. tini out of the running. Blahs. how- I LAU. - Knudten won the one mile race or seam, Wash. dram 2-1.-4"--A13- ever. gave both Reed and Morris plenthe title series and placed second in ty of opposition the Last lap, which proved a sprinting 'battle between , the 440 d event The Northwest ' Proximately 5,000 people saw Etarold tiles, three, with Ileed having the best .. skater was shut out in the two mile , Grange and his Chicagn Bears' Pthro- -,s,;.-1 - ..,,,,, 1,,,, 1.1,1..cor "PgleAel 1 eetefelcr,n 1 fnelt hn Il tekayrt swam IN e " """ '""""1-K ""11'-' 11"v" I Knuetten won the one mile race of seam, Wash. Jan. ever, gave both Reed and Morris plen- j the title series and placed second in ty of opposition the Last lap, which! es.- A AA gsla,mwtt erIngb Nrny-thuracf Proximately 5,000 people saw Etarold wrcn ii;eea nawnq the best of ft. rare , which was won by Robert Ilecd, fessional football team. swamp the unberg finished far back and TRI-STATE CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS. 1Washington An-Stars, 34 to 0 , here 1:atte2 to qualify for the sprint. Sum utued to qualify for the sprint. Sum- Mass A Skaters Onfyl nutr1 es7 , 110 YARDSWon by Henry Nelson. 'Mid-- SENIOR 2t0 YARDSWon IV Paul Fors- , west A. C.: Herbert Kondten. Northwest S. rutu.L1' :New York; Ted Crmilis. Pittsfield, i C... second: Cornelius Ewerts, Opal A. A.., 7:7" "earn Rol- :ifeWhirter. Ctiosso. i third. Tune. :42.. 11,me. - rime. -21. 1 1 MILEWon by Herbert Knudten. Worth- ...82N70111 MILRWtan by Eddie) need. ir,v4t S. C.: Lay Wandra. Slelvner A. C.. see ttne Ut tbird .. :- i., A.. Learn. ultzte.12:22 2.6. 1132-0. , w(m,KR-3 rzo TABDs....wro by tots Lit. 2 MILESWorn by Robert Reed. Sletonee A. tlriolul. chIc . s Ewerts. Opal A. A.. seeond ' 3C. triub 31uhhneter Chicago C Corneliu . A..... r).. Wa (I 'orthwest S C thtrd. Tune.. iseotbd B &erne-rite Snyder. Endicott N Y '"----- -1 ts 1 . - third. r,,,,.. 1,3 - -. 6:36 4-5. 1NTERM EDL4TE 2f.'ll YARDSWon by OPEN ETKNTS. Cart Parody. Lake Placid. N. Y.: Eddie JWOb . CLASS A A. 1 MILE,--Wort bv Russel Gun- Doe, Ctue,me. ti.,...00d: Irving Olsen. Chico dee wson. Midwest A. C. Charles Serro. Opal A. theft. Time. :21 3,5. ''' . A- second; H. Carlson. SImpzer A. 0- .FLINIC a 2'20 YARDSWon by Donald third- 'rime. 3'27 3-5- t41444t- Endicott. N. Y,: Herschel Boyd. ad. CLASS B. 1 MILEWon bY 31-toto$ Thom- atm, sasAnd. Time 22:3-5. son. Avondale p1ayrroun6; Ted Luther. lpner A C.. second: R. Brown. Barrett The seniors Scheduled to race A tiara. Time 3 33 1 Sle. C.. , .5. the 40. l'--....lf Toile, two and three Tittles tomorrow night. . CLASS C 1 MILEWon by Ed Merkner. Sletpner A. C.- C. Schaller. Opal A. A.. see- , ond: ki., Ilauld.ren. Opal A. A.. third. Time, .-. Bu . d Graham, !sham Jones 13:44. . NOVICE CLASS. 1 MILEWon by E. ' ci bailer . Opal A. A.; Pete MAlee. Lake Shore ... Defeated In Florida Golf playground. second. John A. klawasen. blew- - !tier A. C.. third 'rime. 3-50 3-5. :ran.1. Pa.. ela-. Jan. 3 1. t Special. j 1 Boys UNDER 16 YEARS. MILEWon ou a Grahli, y. elf co. t.-- -- -- a -r-- 6 ..A by Y known S Ail Ito. Avondale playirroamcki, rlzs. I tram. TzU. 3 3 3,6. 1:11- i wrAlt S. C.: E.1 W anctra, z!, pner A --,-, . ,-a 1..14 tn. ...rucazo was defeated ,-,'ck mccarter. nertyy playgrotutd second; by 1. --wrence Sherrill; Tampa city : --nail r Henry Plavgroimd, third. Anthoni ts, e . ehalnPiOn. in the final round of the ' Time. 1 -3g- boltrd of trade am OYS ateUr golf tourna- , nler ter Sebroedf r, Barrett A- L.. j0 eia I B UNDER 14. 101 mtv,. von byschwalk: -t here to4laY. The score was 9 and : Henry playeround. $ee-end: D. aterrin Dal I in a 36 bole match. Ishani Jones, A A . -. third Time al140 froin Chicago, Wa-S defeated by GIRLS CI,AsS A. 141 ,VTLF--Wrm by Ofga - . 1:49 2, . -5 , r Torn - Iicwiver of 1.radenton. 1 - 7 d;.1.ndersea. A Zvi,, ni:.,est. ,A,,,Aie. -m: 31.11...detktter Omblee,.nrca. - -' - raharrt of Chicago Was defeated llw., S Ita. Avondale playground; ,sir. ft 1,1 11Pn ry niav irround. erend: urattenton, Fla-, 7 and , xAno,;therliewes"'t C, LI the final round of the second , 011 rtt TilIte. 1:46. -443. rouna or the secona ;13,"Tr.ro- un,t, third, Time. 1:46. Xteen. t;IRL.5, cLA:.,'s A. 1 3i1LE--14"ott by Judeth - 4 Ohh.en. Northwest S. C.: Olra Anciersen. I . mlo-let, A. C Laura Blab Nortlx- a s I thtrcl rnte,. 4 :02 1 sest S. C.. third, 'rune. t GIRLS. CLASS B. 440 YARDSWon by t .a.nos, Simmons. Opal .A.. A. Marione Ear-red. OPal A. A. second; Evelyn Cox. Waters Iplayrrotmd. Cam& Ilms. ::. Charles I. Johnson, president of the Northwest club. directed the mect wbich drew more than 7,500 fans. Alverno Entries Close Today. Entries for the Alverno A. A. derhr, which will be held Sunday afternoon 1 at Ilurnboldt park. close at midnight 1 tonight Ten races are on the program and entry can be made at the Alverno club, 4044 West North avenue. ReserstationS for the special cars which will carry the Chicago skaters and officials to the international ice skating championship at Detroit this week end are coming in fast The cars will leave on Thursday night over the Wabash road and reservations khould be sent to Otis J. Taylor. 64 1 West Randolph street., or ' Secretary I Frank J. nezzy. I - . Eddie Jacobson (left) and Eddie Reed. Chicago entries in the national amateur ice skating championships which started at , Binghamton, N. Y, yesterday. Jacobson placed second in the intermediate 220 yards, the only race in his class, and Reed tied for the lead in the senior class by winrdng the mile race. Red and Bears Beat Seattle All-Stars, 34-0 today. Ison Inittred. all-American and of Washington half Washington eleven, - 4", -.Ara-"',, UlE1 vy nuns!) Efiemega. 41,113. IrmIt S. C.: 12..1.1 vvanare, 1,,leavner ft. See 4 " - - - - t aro ; Lew aerie. New york. stw.on d vaLert. ond: Roth-rt Need. Sielpuer C.. third Mme. ttre BiaLk Mies. third 1 s o - I Vra.S injured in tackling Grange in the I second quarter and was forced to retire.- Grange had eluded several tacklers and was well on tds way - for a touchdovrn when Wilson hit him. Wilson's right leg was hurt. On perfect Interference Grange scored two touchdowns in the fIrst tofy dashing 30 yards for each. Red watched the last half. Ile made his hest run shortly before the final gun when he dashed for his dressing room 1 as the crowd swarmed out of the stands to circle him. Rued Gains 99 Yards. - Grange carried the tan nine times for 99 yards. an average of eleven yards a try. lie threw one thirty yard pass which resulted in a touchdown when the receiver ran the remaining thirty yards to the goal, LOUIE BIERBAUERP NOTED BASEBALL PLAYER, IS DEAD Erie, Pa., Jan. 31.Speciall---Loulal Ilderbauer. one of the greatest second basemen in baseball in the days of the old Brotherhood. and the man responsible for the Pittsbualrh club gaining the nickname of " Pirates." died he today. Be was 61 years old and bad been ill a long time. In the last year of the Brotherhood. Blerbauer had jumped trona the Athleti to Brooklyn.. When peace was restored with the National league in 1691. the Athletics, through an oversight, forgot the tames of Bierbauer and Harry Stovey on their reserve list. Ned Hanlon, at that time manager of the Pirates, noticed this and the follaWing day signed Bierbauer to a Pittsburgh contract. Philadelphia took the -case to court and meanwhile newspapers in which the Brotherhood and the National league were repreIseated. beast calling Pittsburgh "Pi rates. "Robbers," "Thieves," and sm Buccaneers- " elele CREATES? Speaking o Neither did Grange and Pyle make as much as they hoped they would. They did get several thousand dollars for each game. Then came the California campaign , and finally the game at Seattle. The wa.t coast proved much more enthusiI astic over Red than was Florida. Some 60,000 persons attended the Los Angeles spectacle and Grange and Pyle split more than $25,000. San Francisco I and San Diego also proved interested in the battle between Grange and George Wilson, pride of west coast foot- ! ball. The iceman probably has received SI00,000 CaS h since leaving schocd. This , is not the half million which Pyle forecast Red would make, but it's more than the Wheaton boy could have made in any other business in the same period. A9 a football player, heralded as the greatest of all time, Grange has proved a failure. Little Joe Stemaman has out-starred him in every game they've played. But as a gate attraction Red can be said to have been a winner. We're wondering what sort of an attraction he'll be next fall. If doubt lingered in any one's mind as to whom the vrrestling fans call the heavyweight champion it was cleared away Friday night. Last Monday Joe '-.6;.; ;,.;..:,;:.;;;,;,s.,:.-. u, SPOIITSMANSIIIP DROPS BAKER IN Feeds Ball to Mates in' Iowa Game. GAMES THIS WEEK TonightIowa at Indiana. SaturdayChicago at Ohio State; Dianne-poi& at Iowa. IBT THrE ASSOCIA'rED PRESS. Action of Moon Baker star forward N-NrIs 1,6 of the Northwestern university basket- 4lis ball team and ' one of the leading ,,4 ,c..)!,,,i-W,I' scorers in the Big Ten, In refusing to take a single shot at the basket in . the recent game with Iowa, was char. acterized yesterday by Coach Glena! ...t, Thistlethwaite football mentor at the I university, as one of the finest bits of ' is chosen sixt sportsmanship and selfsacrilice he had promising pro ever seen parroot isn' . Throughout the game Baker' repeat- , step into the edly fed the ball to his teammates, I ball past the even though he was in a position to 1 such speed thl score. , This strategy thwarted the, 11 was up once i Iowa defense, which had been ordered i long enough ti to guard Baker at all cests. Two 'men kept continually on his heels during 1 . ; with intellect one with smoli the game, i . So he went I . This left Fisher and White compara- : year he was tively free, and Baker tossed the ball , the Coast leag to them whenever he got his hnnds thpm,, on it. As a result Moon went score-1 Darfoot is 3 less and he dropped to sixth place in i in 50 games I the scoring column, 'aline Fisher. his I pitched 29 con mate, bolstered his average with seven ; up 1. ins re field goals and raised tdmself from 1 les and 15 del tenth to seventh position. The leadirg 1 . scorers: Player, team. 0,, B. P. P. Spradling. Purdue.........5 24 11 , 69 Breuger. Indiana...........6 22 5 49 5 Sibley. Indiana ....6 17 12 46 el - Behr. Vougeonsin 4 14 18 441 Cunningham. Ohio State 5 17 7 44 ) L Baker, Northweatem 5 16 , 1.1. 431 1 Fisher. Nortitweilter1 , 6 30 .6 4 21 111 BY DON MAXIVELL . t ..... S-FA ,W..., t. Myer, team. G. .!ports Editor. Spradttng Purdue.........5 Red Grange and the football playing Stecher, one of the numerous claimants Sibley. Induina ....6 Kreuger. Indlaua..........6 Bears are expected back in Chicago on to the heavyweight title, was a princi- Behr. "Iscn81-11 4 Thursday. Their 34 to 0 victory at Pal in a match at the Dexter Park Seattle yesterday brought an end to pavilion. About 2,000 attended. On CEunaknerin. gh:om.rt 110 Mote S tate.. : 55 Ftsher. Nortatwemteru..,..- 5 the most unustuil gridiron campaign Friday night Ed Lewis, another claim-the country has ever seen. ant to the much disputed title, wrestIod Itase'y. Minnesota, ...... 4 l'cluumtean. NorthwesLent ,... I . . ,, . . . u...,.k no, Indiana 5 Seattle -yesterday brought an end to pavilion. About 2,000 attended. On the most umlauti gridiron campaign Friday night Ed Lewis, another claim-the country his ever seen. ant to the much disputed title, wrestIod at Dreamland. Seven thousand fans In some respects the tour which jammed their way into the house to opened at Christmas time has been all pack it as it had never been packed that the astute Mr. PI-, le predicted. In before at a v re.stling match. And 2,000 1 some respects it has been a failure. The were turned away. I Florida games failed to draw the antici- - ......., - Speaking of Dreamland reminds us of pated thousands. Prices for seats were 'N1r. extremely high, bleacher seats in certain P. T. Harmon. With the transfer instances costing $15 apiece- And th today of deeds to the various plots of ground hi northern visitors refused to leave their wch his agents have purchased for the site for Harmon Square, Paddy golf and their swimming to pay homage says be will be ready to begin building at that rate to the much press agent,ed football players. Promoters lost money operation& A Chicago construction firm has been riven the contract for the in every game played in Florida. today of deeds to the various plots of ground which his agents have purchased for the site for Harmon Square, Paddy says he will be ready to begin building operation& A Chicago construction firm has been given the contract for the $5,000,000 sports palace. It calls for completion next October. We've doped out a way to tell when the University of Chicago basketball team will win. It's so simple it sounds silly. Chicago wins whenever it plays a better team. Chiewo loses when it plays a weaker team. Don't believe it? Look back over the seasori., Chicago lost to Iowa and Mianot.a and won from Wisconsin, Ohio, and Illinois. The only team doped to beat Chicago which has succeeded in doing so has been Purdue. And the exception proves the rule. IJAKtli IN Minor league baseball players breaking into the big leagues lace a hard job to stick. Clyde Dar- BIC TEN SCORING foot. prospects mith the Detroit Tigers are here dindssed by , James Crusinberry Ft-reuger.- 22 5 49 Sibley. Indiana 17 12 46 Behr. lotougeonstri 4 14 18 441 Cunningham. Ohio State 5 17 7 44 Baker, Northwe6te1n.. 5 18 11 431 Fisher. Nortawet4er1 ..5 30 6 42,.. White. Northwestent 5 12 15 331 Neuman. Purdue 11 14 34i Raney. ..... 13 0 Beckner. Indiana, 5 13 8 341 Zimmerman. Chicago 11 a Li 1 Cramer. Purdue 5 14 3 31i Plui lowa 5 14 1 2 linughet7. 11not1 .... 4 10 7 1.7 i C.--Garnes. BBaakete. IrFree throw. PToLa POLCte. . As only.. three T3ig Ten games were played last weeks there were few changes in the scorers' standing. tRESUME PLAY IN EAST I 1STew, York, Jan. U.UMAfter a week of examinations Eastern Intercollegiate Baslietball league teams will return to competition this week. Con, nell meeting Pennsylvania at Ithaca. Y.. Saturday. ' - - ' A CANADIAN CLUB, OLYMPIAS PLAY PRACTICE GAMES Making ready for their second round rational cup competition game next Sunday, the Canadian club and Olympia soccer teams yesterday ladulged In final workouts. In a gazne at 47th avenue and lath street the Olympias downed the North Shores. 3 to 2. The west elders led, to 0, at the half. The Canadians were surprised by the Thistles at De Paul field, being held to a scoreless tie. Both teams tried out several new men. An epidemic of baseballitis is reported of havthee egiamt; edThe germs, I so-- rp-rise-- d by the 'Thistles at De Pz to headwaY' in several parts I field, being held to a scoreless tie. Dc dormant for teuius tried out several new men months, have been awakened by the feel of Fcring in the air. - -,- We are able to vouch for this. I BIG TEN The barber in the second chair ad- i jusied the light, ga;tured gracefully I It I 0 V "1 with the scissors and siid: -- !,--- Z " That resin ball is sure going tO e ; a . c, " M CD DO make it tough on the batters. Yes, sir,, ; ?-'- ; to - them home rtm hitters is going to find it mighty hard to hit the ball this : : : - : : : year." : : : . . " . Don't be too trure," interrupted one . : . t , of the c-,'.-toraers. " Pitchers nowadays ...,.,...,..,,--...,, : 138111 1 I 1 1 - I don't stack up with the old boys. You- I ic."I'.'-', , , ,.:; r1-:. don't see 'em now like Rube Waddell -"lan :1 .11 It t IS ... and that fellow Jot., wad Big Ed Ohio smut--; .1 . 1. ..1 ,, t v2 ....-- .m..0-, , ., - Walsh!' .. 1 :;-,, 1 " How about Eddie Plank and little ------,-----1-- -9' ----l .. intilana ---1.,.....1 t31:..f i2,21 37 Dick Rudolph? mked the victim in the -r 311 , first chair. " Why, I saw Eddie pitch t .1 ,,i7i :21 i sla --t1,7 1 the sweetest game you ever saw" i,a i tie t vzi......1..... Liint3,11. ,..-1 t. .... 1 ..... ' That baseball epideraie is here. lt-n,ola - , --; v24' - --- -, - --I - - -.0-- --,-,:t,ilwe,orn 1 ittio t27, - i S7' ., Helen Wills couldn't keep winning 017ponent". 1 1 I 11 ..mt,141 1 771 P91 4! lf'...91 13'1 I forever. And were glad it was a Chi- leagoan who helped to beat her. Wm, tloast. BIG TEN STANDING WHO WILL MAKE GOOD? - That old saying In sport " they never I come back" doesn't always hold true and the dope and experts I Or ,-;,:--:, say it will not hold ;.-:-..- t ------::,---(.....-----,-- true In the 1 ,1--,..calEC7. case of Clyde Ilar. f 1, toot. pitcher 67...,-," iyt lastyear . t. ,(11.. .4 4:ft. $44.) , , ), Vernon ,, with the , , r 4 team in the leNliN..1:,', A. coast ,.,4(21-11s.:P.:::',:r..':;''s e itisfhlkgeistlyel.negwauhi with the De- . 1(t) troit Tigers. , His record Is 1-4. 8 o irnpres1 sive that he Is chosen shall on the list of a dozen promising prospects for 1926. Barloot isnt a kid who intends to , step into the big show and heave the 'ball past the big league batters with such speed that they can't see it. Ile I was up once with the Cardinals. just i long enough to discover that a pitcher ; with intellect is sometimes better than , one with smoke. 4 1 So he went back to the minors. Last i year he was a great success against , the Coast leaguers. simply outsmarting , them. I Darfoot is 32 years young. Ile was 'In 50 garnes of ball last year. Ile ! pitched 29 complete games and finish ; up II. Ills record gives him 26 victor1 les and 15 defeats. Elder Haugen Wins Detroit Ski Tourney Detroit, Mich.; Jan. 31.--,-(Specia1l Anders ' Haugen of Grand Beach (Mich. Ski club, with a total of 190 points captured nrst place in class A events of the third annual Detroit Skil club tournament today. 1 Henry Hall, Detroit, was second with 176 points; Warner Forsberg, Ironwood, Mich.. third with 173 points, and Allan Stu lick, Ironwood, fourth with 170 points. Weather conditions dispelled any hopes of long jumps the slushy snow on the slide and, especially tbe takeoff, bampering the performers to the extent that Haugen's best jump in the class A event was only 80 feet. while his second vras one foot short of that mark. Hall had two jumps of 74 feet. Haugen also won the special long standing jump event with a leap of 85 feet. Hall was again second, three feet short of the winner's mark, and Norman Berger. Montreal, and Frank Jarvinsen, Detroit, tied for third with jumps of 75 feet. , George Hall, Detroit, took first place in Class B with 147 points. Ills two 'jumps were 60 and 63 feet. Second place went to Ingwald Druseth of Chicago with -146 points. Ills jumps were 63 and 58 feet. : :- .. . . . . , is'iro,,,, nt urt I 1 I ..... 1...:.I.-...1 t r:31-----riaT,---6,1,. on , . , 1.7---- ---gr---11- 1 1---- ; --iims ' iiic-111-t1in - 1 . -. - 1 1 1 e22 . --. I ..... i $291 t 321 i f7"--triltltr,3 - .1 . f I ....t 351-1281,. . i I- ,,I.i-,, I Ohio Ploto.,1. , -1 i 1 ! r22',' $20, 30t. . , t ? 31 21.6001 135 ------- ... 1.--.' 25 1 ; 1-... 24 ....1 t-1,:-....,-1.......t. 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Nine sets have gone to the Anterit-an champion without . her rivals getting a game. and six . sets have been won by Miss NVills by 6-1 scores. Once in the singles b he was carried to 9-1 and another time she was forced to go to - 7.1 to win. Site It Is yet to be defeated itt singles. BY DON SKENE. Ithieng. Tribune Prete Settle." (Copyright: Urn: By The Chicago Tribune I CANNES, France. Jan. 31- Mies Helen NVills suffered the first defeat i of her triumphant 1 ' Riviera invasion and Allister Me- ,tir Cormick, wealthy In i came the hero of the local tennis t .1 -, --- , 1 i world in a senss- ti. tional mixed dou- ,... ,-' ides match of tbe ", '-'-a'''"A'111 Gallia club tour- ' :,4'W nament here this ,- ''',- afternoon. , -,- - i Toll ng MeCor q mick. heretofore known to newspa- ,,tsJ fik ... ,) per readers a s -,.k, 4- - -".,. t h e bridegroom t, ,, whom Miss Mary af.T.ISTFR Langdon Baker 14'tx)1111tAL kept waiting at the church. find 'Miss Elaine Petchell. a beautiful 1 .t young English girl. unknown among ti the court stars, beat the great Mass Wills. thrice American ehampion, anti 1 Commander Jack Hillyard the giant English star, 1-6. 6-4, and 7-5, o . after a magnificent uphill semi finals t fight which startled the experts an I t a large and fashionable gallery of our- , prised spectators, Ilden Bats .751 McCermick lees to Heights. McCormick suddenly "went crazy." with a brilliant display of inspired tennis with which he scored a victory almost single-handed. although his pretty partner contributed a few Wen did shots at critical moments. Mlle. Suzanne Lenglen won the worlds mind changing champlonahip today when she decided to enter the women's singles in the Nice tournament at the Imperial park courts. starting Monday. The temperamental tennis marina's last decision has forced the committee to break the rules and make a, new draw. for Mlle. Suzanne is the dic . tator of Riviera tennis. Many tennis funs are disgusted with the prima donna tactics of 'Mlle. Suzanne and Miss Wills. McCormick and Miss Petchen will meet Henri Cochet and Miss sflidi Vlastto in the finals of the Gallia miaeo doubles. Mise Wilts will face Mlle. U. Consostavlos, the Greek Pensation of the present Riviera seexon in the women's singles final. Helen Wins Kinzie!' Semi-Mal. The crowd expected McCormick and Miss Petchell to be Just another pair of lambs for slaughter by the powerful Wil Is-Ilillyard combination- Miss Willa entered the court fresh from crushing Miss 'Peggy Saunders, an English girl with a ecore of 6-0, 6-0. in singles In the semi-finals. In which the Californian showed championship form- She scored 55 points to Miss Saunderie 27. Miss Wills and Jack itillyard breezed through to an easy victory In the first set, winning the first four games. losing the filth and then taking the next two. - The champion and her partner took a lead of 21 in the second etet. The eorreepondents were prepared to thieh a stra;ght set victory for MIAs Wins and llyard, while the lines of epeetators carted to file out from the stands, heading for the tea rooms. Lambs Become Wildcats. Look ret lace then the Lambs suddenly turned into fi p pints Illtwo battling wild cats in one of those . s feet. Second flashing upsets of the dope that gise I eport its thrills. -)rusetti of Chi- 111Ilyard etarted to slarn theta ou".. 5. nisi JurnP8 side. McCormick and Miss Petcheil tied the score 3 all. McCormick. with his peculiar s:de arm service, served Ia love game. taking a lead of 4--3.. Tte stellar opponents tied the Jack ilillyard's game collapsed as a young McCormick took advantage of 911 01 -6 0 the tall star's lapse and kept a ma, a i E chine gun fire of forehand elicits a ,, whistlirg over the net for pointo xt t- st c' F against the wobbly commander. wlaich r . g won two games and the seL In the third set the Willairillyart : : : team led 2-1. then 4--2. but MeOer- . : : ; mick. dashing all over the court arid ng , coveri it like a tent, centered his 3; 1 '7''''' "G. attack on Commander ilillyard and 2-4-11 'C(17' 3 won a lead of 5-4. then 40 love. 31 21.6001 135 The spectators cheered and ap plauded McCormick's epectacular 31 21-6C" 15 drives and overhead smashes at the 31 2, .600 162 reL Here Miss Wills rallied and made I:2, ;Alt; , 1.0 three great placements, making the 3 i 3-751) I 11 score deuce. then alone fought her way r.' 31H4("1.. 10:1 1 to win the rest two points, tying the li 31'25u1 84 court 6 all. 11 4 71-i 'itio Then McCormtek continuirg his j I I elashing onslaught against the falte,; 1 ing Ilillyard. led his side to a Tolcteit7 at 7-6. :,,,,1A---y--,4-. vsigNes 1 Dom,r -! 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A ,,.,, vf! 11,, 41. by Ma Cla Ago 1 Elhltat , ------- 1 , 1 Wins 1 ?till ) i Day's I Vmgtampton, N. callPaul Ftyrstrniv 11 , :' '''r 'N:',.: ' I vd I - - I; 11 t' ,,e ' I g . , :-..or ; t, f 0, t ' . , 1 -11 W' Chicago, for the 1 ; IVI: ... 7 .-....- ---- ----,,, - 1. ....,, ,s( t 1. . .;,....,,, is- -,-- iiiii,,,..,--u----... -A- 11 Hit, 1 1 3:3.r, m - - , - ill lit 4 ,... ,..,,--- s I i 1 I vv., -2----,,----- - ,1 , - ,. --a &., 1 11 Fj....1.1., 1 - lead in the chase , 4 le i . I I - r' I I I JEAN YORK, Jan. 31.tSpe- ; II i'l i . 7.--- g 0 Pr -f t.it I ' ' for the national I I I It -.... I ..'.,:,... . "-- , A I r , sk.,, ..- ' -!rie-, ,.: --,,..--, I ciallOf tile '218 games of arnateur outdoor ' i 'to- ''''- 1 .4, , If i t ', A , ; Eir , 4.,4., 1;i10: -,-- , 04 ,, 4;".11' '' '' ''' ' ''''''' .- N v.- 1 , 1 1 I flet:-. "....ir;;---, ,. .li li ' lit I ''''' Nia--':;,,,,--L' tenn'S played In. the fifteen , ke skating cham- , '' p, tot - ,,I ot, platrdes 3liss AA dis has con- pionship In the , --- ..s...., ........ 'Ste 411 , , AI. by Ma Cbi,age 1 t,!bafte... r- 1. t7:-..0'04... wif'i i ', arttNX14 'at& u, S. Pat cs . comighl, isok . , tA,sted on the ILiviera, she has won , !.. ibb.. iiii ,, . i; ; :I i': ' 4 opening events of ! 187 arid lost CI. This 6 a perform- ,, - 17 till '1 '1 I ' I '1!'111. - , t the titular meet 1 - . ,t, mice which seldom if ever has Iteen held today at En- . , - . - . , . - . ,ttri Ir. IILTIT I i, i , equaled. Nine sets have gone to dicott 1 71, ft 11 I AP VERY GOOD EDDIES - . , ; . IV I lw Iv st....t, INIALNIE' the American chan' ipion a ithout , i h rivals ettin A arne ant. Nut , , 'y g gg . The New Yorker I( ti TEll 'iiiiis . R , captured the 220 ley I GOOD? sets have been WOrt by 516.s AVills , yard dash, while , - - by 6--1 scores. 'Once in the singles . ,,e1.--N''s,t, . ed to 97 an - she was carrid ti- the middle west- Till sTATE IcE ., , , other tinie die was forced to go to erner was victori- se t. ,,,,,,e ,.:17.7-,- 1 ,';-, . ( i ,....:,...,..,.- st --. DROPS BliKER IN Minor league base ' ball players - 7i,. to in. SII(1.1' Is yet to Iv de- e , ous in the mile ' I , s-,,),' ,4 "-, , - a, 1 -;-71,":'t ' - IIIIIIIIIII1 III 11111ih breaking into the big leagues lace feated in sin-les. r,,,,,sss...A.--,--- vent- - , --,--.,-- ;71-... 44.--..."-- ,-Z--' i , -..5--' -! IF ' ''''' 1 HI ' Id111I 1 nifl Tril onnniti . 1 tlt.,-1.7...y.--.),.til,111,k 1,11i 1 i I, 1 , . s,. ,.. .. , . , .,....,,,,,-..2,-,,, ,9 ,---," , , Despite a steady ' a' hard job to stick. Clyde Dar- , , t ,,,s 1, z''', :- . t. - ,,,,,,:tt- ....., 1 t -..t.--)i..... ..,,,,,, - . 1' t t, ' 1 BY DON SKENE g . downpour of rain, ,,,,4, . - , ,l, 4..? rs, , .. , o foot. prospects mith the Detroit -, IChicago Tribune Preen Settle." st f going rough and sKAT1NG TITLE I- ;,..,.-...,,,.., .,,,..:.,,,....:,,,, ... . i'i ,,&-..r' 11111111 T ill1111T ill DIU I til abunill 1 1,,,,.;,.,,,,,,, , 44. . 1 , , 1, 1 -4, ,",,.., 1 4 , 'C' k,fv, ,- ..,...,., I.V1 1 , II I I ti , - igers are here di$cdssecl by , teorsyriglit: Inti: By 'roe Chicago Tribune,1 , field of skaters 1 1, .11 . .,., .4, k t' 1 II It' .1 ,I 111H, ,,--: ,-... , III It l'iI 1 'III', - CANNES, France. Jan. 31. Miss 1 ' -.7::;.::.P.,-;$'''' '',.. ' .i' 's ''''''owee 1 Et this season, fur- ,, ife " - - - 'lc - ' , s' - - - 1 , James Crusinberry with many thrills, . ' - : ''N,its:1 " :.'' ' :, fti t ,! lc. , - ,,- . ,.:, it I I. ;ItlI 'I'IV'' ,. ' . . ',' ,',' -441 it II II ,111 litil 1111 i ,6;;- '. .. --. ',':' ', !:N1 i i I II I ' Itelen AVills Puttered the first defeat s i of her triumphant Opals Take Team Honors . 6ortaily good exhibi- - .1". -. ' . ' :7: 5 .:, , i rl, , 1 r',. , -:----, - - it t I 1 i' - i , ii i I l' ii 111111 "'''-- . .' - - I That old saying In sport " they never I Riviera liInvasion jets. , t urnstances. 1 ; 1 tl Illiiii-l's- - ' ' ---11 11 Feeds Ball to Mates In 4 however, to runt , 1' '- ,.,',!t-a-i'''' .':. 1 ii,tir,,s;.- It - "',,-... - come back' doesn't always hold true and Alster 'Ale- 4 .. t & 4.. k,',:194. W il I it. li "illi !I, .,-. ,:' i'' i2.. .,,,''",11 II i Almelo, t In n r Iel I Es have gone to ampler& viithinit A tame. and six tt by Mks NVills ice in the singles to 9-7 and -tins foreed to go to 13 Is yet to be do. SKENE. Prees Sett lee" rile Chicago Tribune,1 .. Jan. 31. Mies ht the first defeat ' i A' 1 '', .k r. a year tan 1--irtst a great bid in Foreman inereal irg the tape two who v?as closely Whirter. one of , tit nal kings., Reed Corm Tteed's victory what of a surpri a battle between land, Olympic el , van of Endicott ' of Utica. Onell runner up to Go, for the find six before the tnish creep toward th but a nasty spill him out of the ever, gave both ty of oppositior I proved a sprir the three, vritt of it,, Thunberg failed to qualif modest SENTO& 2TO TA ma, New Tart ; 14100, merotact: E tht nine. 421 SZNIOZ 1, earn; Lew accts. ttt Enthe. A II, 2-6. VA KIPS rzo ' Jetta. Cincaro: menatt. idscgacrito third. rime, td INTEILM MDLt T Cart Parody Lake Ctu0 n, pp.. thee. dame, -tft Jtioa 2'20 Stack. Endicott. antxtod. The seniors 11 the 440. half Tel tomorrow nighl ir Bud Graha Defeated - Tampa, Fla,, Ruct Graham o by tavrrence champion. In i beard of trade ?tett here toda 1 in a 36 bole also from Torn Hoover of C la the lino. a:xteen rs ' Speaking of Sport le BY DON MAXIVELL 'ports Editor. Red Grange and the football playing Stecher, one of the numerous claimants ma Bears are expected back in Chicago on to the heavyweight title, was a princiThursday. Their 34 to 0 victory at pal in a match at the Dexter Park Seattle yesterday brought an end to pavilion. About 2,000 attended. On --Ap- the most unustuil gridiron campaign Friday night Ed Lewis, another claim-Id the country has ever seen ant to the much disputed title, wrestIod at Dreamland. Seven thousand fans pro- In some respects the tour which jammed their way into the house to the opened at Christmas time has been all pack it as it had never been packed here that the astute Mr. Pxle predicted. In e, D lore at a vre.stling match. And 2,000 some respects it has been a failure. The were turned awav. Florida games failed to draw the antici- - Speaking and pated thousands. Prices for seats were of Dreamland reminds us of 1 Mr. P. T. Harmon. With the transfer wait extremely high, bleacher seats in certain e various plots of E its have purchased ton Square, Paddy to begin building ) construction firm we contract for the ec': lace. It calls for re toer,. . ne 6 way to tell when g., llicago basketball L., o simple it sounds I whenever it plays Iwo loses when it Don't believe it? ! season., Chicago .innota and won 11' ), and Illinois. The S! )eat Chicago which It'll oing so has been ception proves the st .. to cballitis is reported In .... ,,,, ;,,,,,6 ag.xr errn 1 IMO rfc dr. 2er A. Sel peend; tir Tune, ICI to A. SO 0- rttcm- SC' ather. da larrett I wl rkner. be I w Time, ay. E. st Shore bleale fc ound; thiriL round; " r Wel- tt check. 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AND 14ow 1.),A e, 4, , 141;tE NO HAE,BITS IA ,,, TvIINK .44 r,.. , 1)0 )-r 4 , ) ; , 41 '1111' - ' RAIL oN IT DY3 BEM 1 coo i il ,''F,,, 1 :, , 4 ci41, v":' i t 4 ., - uSh it. ' -:- g . - ALL 'n-ic roxEs t) ,,,li,i, ,, i ' '47:',,' 'WOULD ST r M.43i , ; ; :-,,':IL ASJ4D MERE'S ONE 1 RENz)imd "rytE 1. 'VI . - , ik -& T l'I--'49- c..i0 ,-.. , o , ) alto cox 114MT 'i ins 1 Mile in First 11 ( itt - AkDVERTISEMENTS-111111, 'i -. . - t - 4 ..: '--;.,:os,,,.0. , ---5 , l i tWkiAkY -d 0 'v ''. 'IctLk''. '''; l'IES T3 A-IT. All. t McCormick , xiKE ,, ,,-,, RECIOLAF,L,- is els AtIS PROBA,BlY f Ili., .?,', s' - ' -"---7;, , - ----,- :41,,,,,e,J,1 iN ' 1 Dais R aces. i . a), s i DRE-AMIN4 op , ii, ,,: . ,---- --- -.:-,,-..-----. l',,, tt THIS- .. , ,,,t I, . 1, vt.. ,.---:4,,,, , .,,y,.,- , 1 't TIL in Doubles. , 1 ctor , A BEAUTIFuL i, ;,.,' gi it ,11,10;;Zae:1;, , , .,,r-------,- '1.1 ' I , ,., .14' . ! -:--4--, , :.,' 1,-,..,-- ------.4.;,t1'1,;;. 4 $ a s a, - .4, NI f . ....... , 0, -----....- 4 SP)tkNISA DRk-A14 , 4'ft 1 ' .1 !--- d ,,,,fif. , ,r . ..-- .1 ! 1 ,..., - t , ,:, , ,, .. , z:,..;-:7,--z- ;7, .. , 1 - ,,-- $..,-,,-----,, . a '. '..-------- - , . I '''1':'; - . ' - I -11 .1 , 1 vot.,...;-;r-.4.7.70, . 1 .,- i.,:,,. ' 1 ' If New York tied clailPaul nIrstnan o tt. 4 Lt4JD or 4:' :i - - I' ,:'' er.- ,., ,.: . 1---- ,.,t 1 ,..,,, .; J.., ... ., 4,., ,.. mgharriptorn, N. Y.. Jan. 21.----TSpe- Eddie Reed of Ar''''"'r ''''''''--.--7'-17.'.).. the Sletpner A. C... i 1 CINSTLE IN l'HE ..;:: ,,,'''' ii' ' SUNISAINE - ,,-- '1,i .11 ' . ' - - - - 40 - ',', 4- - '.: - , - ' l-:; 7 4a1.--"i , , I - - -- Alm - .-,'' ' ........--'w- t ,01 i a -'' ,t'-'-- ,- ,-' 4 - Ar)-,,.. L -4.-.,,,if:-.0.;"1 , !-.1 - Ilielf ) II I! , ,,,, I I, 13 - - 1 ! ,,,,-, ... , , t..,,,,, P Psi tlfg I:)1 - the w I t y' : -,z-,, -: A :-,--, Ar ::,:- , ; : :,,' s,:',9' -:', - , Y--,'--- ', : ,, .--',: 0,'f.-a.,:s'''. : . ": ' ':- - : t . "i. k c.,., :...Z.1,0 :. : .... - ;; .. t ' ':. .t,.74-:;,, - ' : ' .. - , -' I ,. ,'.i ,,1'!,:-:..- , : -.-::.---. . . 11H1111r1111'''''':- ''''''';'.'"''';''.-4'1'...4N lill' - Feeds Ball to ro at e s In 1 ti I I, 11,1----..y! --, .,-:,,,..-.;.. , 1 'III 11 t 111 '' 111,1,1- ,;i :, , ., ',---:-,,,,,,1, I '11111; 1111 111;16-,-, - :,--- ,,,-- ,.11. -, :,,:,-s., 1, :1 Illii 1 11 I 11!111;.4 ,,:',..:.,.:.- ", 1,1 ill, 01 101 111 (IV .!--'....-- ,-- ,,!. .. - -i ,:l I I'll Ili 111 1,':- ,:, ,....;:.: ,.. 1,:i:Avi lov;a Game. . - I That old saying In sport " they never ' Riviera, invasion ,0.4r-...,,,;,,,,,,,6.- come back' doesn't always hold true and Allister 'Alt,- ,t0P-- 1 or .,,,,,...:., and the dope tat-70tyrneorrizilicnokoc,n. 1 wxecaelctohrY. In ;-,--- ...-"-,,,........-----.---4.. ------7.-,--- , 4.k c and experts 1 Chicagoan. b e - ' - - ','' 40- .444 say it will l ca,me the hero et i, !.,.....r, , . true In the world in a tensa- ti. , A' 'It '''' , , --- -----------;.- - , n o t hold 'i the local tennis . ,-,," '" .)--.." ,2"4t5 . -.., I -... ----------- -' i --1- cetlEC7 - c a s e o f tional mixed dou- -,---," t-,,-- to '-' : ' ' '' '''':-',,, ::.- :''' y ' . : ..::;. .:,5:,:z., . .:'...- . '.:. : 4 II 1 I 111 1111L'''''..:''''.:'''. ; ''''.;:ilr'' :4t NI' ' 1 GAMES TIIIS WEEK C I y d e Lai-. bles match of the --', ' It t' .: -:.:..i'..:1 . :--.1.::: (,---.:-':..',-), : -.:-.,.."::.-.- '''-::::::-.1.- --.--,. -, 1 ?k 7 ::' ': :':' '-" ' - ,:4i,'''r-' : '. ' '''k ---,.'.',;, , , . III I 1 11 1 '-'' ' "' ' ;1 I t i . Tonight-Iowa at Indiana. .-;,-- 1( " liasoott.ypietchaerr eGaamilleaotchluebeetotht.tr; ': ', - ' .., . -- - I - , ,-. , 11 1 1...,--r- , , I li ' saturday-Chicago at Ohio Sta te; Diann e- - (t(A. C ' , Sig :ikk. It , Vernon . ,,,t:....-,.;.-::-...--:.-- ", .-..',.-.:.:-.:-,":-:: ..'-'.',-.::,;: - t7y,-:;,.,?;."1'-',...;". :..'':-;.!,-;:, 1' i I 4'1- 's .!:.--;;:j,..,-. ' - I" ',.'1 got a at Ioa. 1 . lik 1 iliN, . ,i. .,..;-. , ,,, . ... f 111 1 1 1- EBY 1 1 I w . . -.0 , ,, , ' - 'e THE ASSOCIA'rED PRE SS. : le's .-437"1,74.; t 1 i , Ndr ,,- i - known to ntswePa- c"1,,I f,,1 ;if '', teeaom oin :bat mick. , heretofore , , s..n;sk. i,..,1 ,. Ivague. who Per readers as --,'ut-,,:!-,,,,f4i-4.:,::....,,,,,k,F-- , '-' :,'Il' Action of Mean Baker , ,. : ':' '- ' '.'' ':' -- -- -- - - I. star forward basl- )i - -- - of the Northwestern un yersity et- i coming up t h e brid s egroom , , . , i.-. ,'':'-,.'' s - -:1', -- , , ,,,.,,,,5:-tvw;r this y - . with the De- I kept waiting at the church. and , dEig,onTeeno,finthreetulseinadgintg o :11k , AI.I.ISTFR e a r 1141ahngIndolnlislla.AktArYe r 14'tx)1113-Cji" '1' i.,-4' 1 41".. : .., !k.; -: scobalirerstealmn the ''' I. ' - -- - take a single shot at the basket in ... . - , o i Ills - .;'-, ' ,-..'.' Aliss Elaine PetchelL a beautiful 1 lker1R,,,-., ,,,. , , ,,,,, the recent game with Iowa, was char. .. , (..--'''' we ,''-k -.-- -4-,-".,-- - -1,,,,,blfss actrized ester . .,4",34-- 1. Thistlethwaite. football e yday by Coach Glen - a 1 1-a'' s mpr esi sive that he young English girl . unknown among, the court stars, beat the great M:ss -zt.',,,- I . ''"'--""'.'" .,.-,-.,' ': ,:' ..', :. .,- , . c. - !''": ,---''I"'' : '! , - .-cgmoi.,,,,ix...:-.-;.-,4r,-1-,:;,,kos.. mentor at the I N...yills thrice Americ-an ehampion, anti :::( . '.1'..,; -' : .: '': ' :: :-:'-'-' .: - ::."-': ' :, '-'''.',.- ": - : n.'-..-'--':.1 ..1.1--" znivers e' ' ' S ..: ':" - :: sir -'1 --- --- - tity, as one of the net bits of ' is choen ixth on the fiss s list of a dozen ommander Jack Itillyard. the giant - sportsmanship and self-sacrilice he had promising prospects for 1926. '-'- . . . - . . - English etar I-6 6-4, and 7-5, ever seen. Earfoot isn't a kid who Intends to ' ....,stts---,''''''4 '1:3) :: : -:': : :- ' ' : ' ' - .-: .,, - ' - - ,,,,,,,,, ,;.,:' . E.:' i-t, ' ThrOughout the game Baker- repeat- , step into the big show and heave the after a magnificent uphill semi-finals " -,-.--,-,4 "s.i 1"- ., -... :: ' " : - . -. t.. , .s : ... .,. . ...os - s c .... '" ,$ . ..---.- , s., if t - edly fed the ball to his teammates, I hall past the big league batters with fight which startled the experts and - a large and fashionable gallery of our- . - -'''''.- "- '' '' ':- ' - - ' : - ' -- : ..---'' ' . ' - :. ' ir'si- r -----:--- even though he was in a position to isuch speed that they can't see it. He - - rtrimail otnem,fn t nrst . .. . : . . ....: - , 7 , niculms, nave ueeu avi-mkuueu uy LUC -- , feel of ETTing in the air. -- -- We are able to vouch for this. BIG TEN STANDING' The barber in the second chair ad- i - I m 14Na esti, A. C-. Pcond: Laura Blaney. .Nortax. I Brie. Fa., It arL 411"--L Pt-11:441-11---z..A., Lix,,, As a football player, heralded as the 1 LIU uniuts- six s.1.1v m-s.,..s.,,s ,.,smss AAA- 1 a ' TODArS SPORT PROGRAM i .pc:11 s.s.c.. thstrs,t 13.1-170e. Iio-lays2- wo, by I BlerlDaeuner, tn one obf the lfl greattbe estyssecof onde greateA of all time, Grange ha-s proved lusted the light, gtured gracefully I It 11 o r, il (.5 ,t1 - x , x e c, :, ..., , t Anna Simmons, Opal A. A.; MarJorte Ear- Z 4 ' r- r- - 0 a- 4 e AM ATECIt BOXING rett. Opal, A- A.,. second; Evt,I;vn Cox. Waters Ohl Brotherhood. and the man respons- a failure.... Little Joe Stemaman has out- with the scissors and add: ..E ; c) c -) o il 8 7 John:1y coulores weckly h t playrround. tlord lIme. ;.PC4 lime for the Pittsburrh club gaining starred him ia every game theY've " That reein hall is sure r3i . ng to I.04 a t oL g 2 ,, 4 t. 154 E st C3 - I' () VI a Charles I. Johnson, president of the the nickname of " Pirates. died here PlaYed- But as a gste attraction Red make it tough on the batters. Yen, sir, a d street. 3:30 o'clock- 0 CD ei r- ; 1 0 0 s si 0 8 " 4 0 10 southtot,n A., c wt,ekly show at Northwest club. directed the meet today. Ele wall 61 reare old and had Can be Eald to have been a winner . them borne run hitters is going to find , ii, yllte City . - - : '4 4, r l' -h tore than 7,500 fans. ' been ill a long time. iy, a:30 o'clock. i h drew o c NVelre wondering what sort of an it raighty hard to hit the ball this : : . ; . b . C Basx ETTIAT T - se ilverno Entries Close Today. In the last year of the Brotherhood. attraction bell be next fall. year. 4 4 , ,,... b . a tvpr-ries A A derbr istierbauer had Jumped trona the Atte -40 " Don't be too eure,11 interrupted one :. .. .... . . : : :. : : : t . . . . : ; :. : :: -: . -. z Do 0 . 5. 1 4r1nrlY coulort's weckly vbow St i f th I th ickname of "Pirates.- welt nerel Pia." ru- -LA;x0 ak it o.A- . ,-,. tAm A Irt a 4.. 'I.. e.AN ; PP ";"g 4 " g" i4 I . I I I ' 1 1 L rtur WI A. 01VSAAA1Crio .14 ,,b,ob Rm. . a I Awe. s eta P., vv. PsAtg,gr, an 1A,, rtitrl I LAIL. ILL LI Jill V I t4. ASSA,,, u aa-341, - P I c,atft 04(1 etreet- .2tI 41'elnrk - , s, I no. 1,4-as reaxs aim Wail LIC caw,' ; 1 s, I : - - -- - ----- BASKETBALL, Iowa at Indiana- ' N't - brazka at lowa State. . , , NI RE sTLING. Alverno Jr...Juries 1- ktrmo a yuaj . .1 LI 1,aa, ..........-.. Entries for the Alverno A. A- derhr, Blerbauer had jumped from the Ath- -4,- " Don't be too trure," interrupted one which will be held Sunday afternoon iell to Brooklyn When peace was If doubt lingered in any one's tnind of the (--,,.-tonaers. " Pitchers nowadays . 6 1 at Humboldt Park e13e at midnight restored with the National league in as to whom the wrestling fans call the don't stack up with the old boys. You- I : ; I - l ;"-dr. ' i t:tf1"1":".1.--:ff,---6:3-17r-:.:3-6)---'; I , tonight Ten races are en the program 1891. the Athletics, through ..a.n.. over- heavyweight champion it was cleared 1 Silealtlitt i I 1 1 2'.); I -- i t'291 t '13-'1 I Wiser.nsin I . l 'don't see 'em now like Rube Waddell ---.1 1 i ....1 351-1,2a1, , 1.. 1.. 'TchanY'MeYers vs. Bol away Fiday night- Last Monday Joe an I d that E,,, by Bytund at and entry can be made at the Alverno sight, forgot the tames of Lierbauer r fellow Jot., and Big Ed 01210 8ulth; .1 . . . I. .! 1 t22, t20! 3Ct.....,.....lii ....? ---,way armory. 8:11 p m, 1,......2 14,1, .....---.........--, , 0- ... ' Jan Lo A club, 4044 'West North avenue- and flarry Stovey on their reserve n .os vs. W:adtk Zbvsako at p ervations for the special cars list- Ned Hanlon, at that time mane- Walsh." 41 A.shlatcl Boulevard audi -- - .4'8 - t f th Pirates, noticed this and o'clocl. ' ,oriam, 8.14 which w-ill carry tbe Chicago ska,ers ger o e .,,,,,4 ntticials to the international ice the f0110Wing day signed Bierbauer to . Belgtan lillns European " How about Eddie Plank and little ... ... 1... -4' ..... 1.--1 - 1...1 1 sax, t -- Dick Rudolph? aziked the victim in the Puillua...-- I I .29' 2 . 1" ....'"...... Liiilitul ..--1 -311..i ',1St. I I t141 1. 1 i 1,77 frst chair. " WhY., I saw Eddie pitch ch,,.--,-;,, t .1 err"- -021; tf3r-t17, ,1 i9: i I t247. ben cal 111 I'ddieweight Ring Tide -- SKATING. skating championship at Detroit this 1 a Pittsnurgn CULI LL ,r2A. L. X ilLia.uvli,a,u. , atir,,nSa. charrt totirna- week end are coming in fart- The 1 took the case to court and meanwhile tr t t:9, 1... 2; ;1 tot h' t at Binghamton, N. Y. Lie sweetest game you eve7 saw" i,------,,,, f I t21 cars will leave on Thursday night over 1 newspapers in which the Brotherhood m-TLAN. ital.y. Jan. 31.Eu. That baseball epidemic is here. i.tin-nel'ol'a t -4. ---1- ! $81 t28t.1 ..... 17-3I-12:101--84 I :N-01,-t- hvretrn 1 t:10 t27, 37' t 35 . S31 , BOW LIN ti the wabash road and reservation s and the National league were repre- Fe re 1-47200,-1w) Helen Wills couldn't keep winning opponent eramplonAlp tournament ishOtild b sent to Ott J Talor 64 seatd e s . y, 1 e., ralin Pittsburgh g " pt. np Serretarv rates." " RobberS," 4" Thieves, " and here today when he won on points over ' lo'ever. 77 P9 114 lf-9 139 117 86 1561 165 110 And we're glad it waS Chi- ' , . 'L Wfrli 461r .., ' I 111,3rs IlL II est o.7. - 1 1 nrrrri rt ,rn Stir, rf Tfn - r UR a

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