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.. SIXTH DAY ADDEO To BOXING MEET AS ENTRY SWELLS Eleventh Hour Rush Puts, Total Near 400. : BY WALTER ECKERSALL. I ,r,.e entry 1t for the Chicago Ama- ! ,,ur E.eaing c:1-iampionships to be con- l ducted by TilE n- TR13rNE A. A. at - - -, As1-iland Boul e- ,.,...isee.,,,-,.14 ., 4 t ard auditorium. , , starting nexti 1 reeh,,, Wednesday, hay- , ,; .14:,..,,... mg exceeded all 1 e i te.-s expe ctations, it I - ' t-,- ; - - lt"'''''''sj has been neces- I ee . i 4 Ntk, ' , vary to prolong t 7,eIt'l1 the tourney an-1 t .'. - ,, other day. As a .-,,,, , : , . 3, se result of the new! , --: - - !1,4 ,, '. arrangement t li e l -' tournament will e,, -4,1 lt cover s 1 x days. P There will be Da., J. OCONNEL. L. three days of hox!Chambers Ilboto1 ing next week-- Wednesday. Thursday. and Friday. The boxers then will be called together agsln en March 36. 127. and 28. The rew arrangement, however, will 3l1 the boxers immeasurably, enabling I teem to put up their best exhibitions. ! There will be a two days intermission 1 between the first three days and the 1, second three. This will allow needed 1 rest. and the lads Nvill not be called ! tpon to box as often if the tourney I mere crowded into four or five days. ! . i Record Entry List. I 1 According to men who have follost.ed amateur boxing for years, such as Profs. 0Connell and Harry Gilmore Sr., the tourney is the gr;eateSt boost 1 boxing could poss711)1y receive. The 01,1 timers asserted they cannot recall : hen any similar event ever attracted ! an entry so large and re-presentative I of erery organization which fosters 1- athletics. . With a few more entries remaining to be classified and rechecked an actual 1 Individual entry of 377 already is in. ! All have joined the A. A. U., so that . the tourney will confoim to all reouirdments. Meat interest has been displayed in the 126, 135. and 147 pound esses. In the lightweight class 83 notninati(ns have been received. There I are 64 for the welterweight and 63 for the featherweight The bantam- ! wsight (-lass has attracted 47 and the i flyweight 52. ! 'There ate 14 entries in each of the i heavy eight and light heavyweight 1 t1asses. while 4() will compete' in the 1C0 pound class. I Youngsters Show Interest. " Front this entry it readily will be seen that the younger generation is Viking a keener interest in sports than the older boys. This, aso was true of Tim TRIBt'SP: Silver Skates Derbies. in which the junior derby. open to Uoys tinder years. attracted a larger fieid than the senior, eligible to those 1S 3-ears of age anti over. , Among the entries received yester. but which were mailed last Wednesday. arid therefore were eligible, was that of the Marlowe A. C.. of which Ed Springer is in charge of lp-ixing. According ta Springer the boys are receiving daily instrwtion frern professionals. The club will be, rPpreserited by five experts. Frank J. tidies. athletic director of Opal A. A. made an additional entr y of eleven boxers in the Various classes . while captains and managers of other teams have adled to their original enlrY list. Judging from this sett of entry, team rivalry xvill assert itself -en each night of the tournament. - Boxers in Training. A:I boxers have been in training, siace the dates of the tournament were tirst announced and most of them should pass the physical examinatiors el Drs. John P. O'Connell -,!ri.1 ren Croutch. who have been tasked to look Pr this important feature. complete list of entries, together the athletic associations they repre!iint will be published in Sunday', ts!'1.e of THP: THISUNR!. I 11-1)11W11 .............. 1 They in BRENNAN IS OUT 1 hibiti,,, OF ALL DANGER,i I cortu T t vi I h )(eels DOCTOR REPORTS, mDre el . '-'çew York. March 17,Iti1l Brennan. irttng ix) is In a hospital with a slight con- I ,it:- 'I on ef the brain. resulting ,1. g from i 1.;9"(4) Ils, ktockout at the Lands ef Luis 1 6: '',':.,,l' F irOeM'anday niztit In Madison Square 1 r."(.: ',,3rI'll, tonight was declared "out et anion'' '44-rPr" by Dr. Edward ,.L. Spitzer. in ! bard.'" hnktlatite. He will be able to leave ! tit.ftri'"' : - , .in:aal in three or four days. It 1 agPr' l 1 ' rive bp 44 alit Dr. itzpitzer said there was 1 I Le 9kull 'tract arekirenan achnittel that it was the Iter-st beating he et-,er hal receive:I 1--41i.lts- the-. head injury and bodY i-is,--4 P ' , Lrennan Sprik.in cs-d a bone In M r- A f ;!it f,:ot--tlie Eame leg he broke JaAK Dempliey rave Lim one of his c-her two knockouts. i JIAIIIIY AUSTIN t lit-1;:,0 DECLINES JOB AS lc--f "Y ,t,ort Iron-I SENATORS' PILOT! liWrri 'Pt' y fight Loi Et Leuis, l'jo.. Mara h 1:; --- A. e IATch from the Ilrowr.s trAnirg camp TPri it ea., r-,rrt d toay tmkt Jimmy t4.11t.fl . veteran third bamernan. ha,' resl'-sel the rnanagert$h!R of the, 1,Vafth lPtcri kSeriatrs bet:aiiie he wifihed to pr'e,11 With Lis old teammates. Genaro, in New Role of Actor, Is Great Fighter :;vw ork, Mit-Lh r'anklb (1Aro, ILt! 1.1-Nv ha3 pone the way of triol-d lterfla) tuf:ce-seful boxers. 1--rankle 4)i--4-4ltrt4; thIn week at one of the it theaters Ile plaYs the Part (4 new:!iboy, who Ilnally Lerorne4 azd larnoun. And as art atImr Frktkle a gruat Ettle fghter. notzsc Committee Takes Up Boxing Bill Wednesday -1,trull 7 41 1 Itt.pr," r,t,Ative Ly(n Rep, Chichannn. Cif! conlmittee (41 , tlf4 ani miscellany, anneLneed that reed:rtg ho'cir will Le eon5t14- '44, by thie Annlitee next NVednes HOW FIRPO TURNED TRICK IP , -1--$0-, 1,"--e y..a.,54,....,1 . - . ; Decisions of The Tribune boxing . "-' , '- -'.:i'-,'., ':-,?..:N , representatives are: - !.' s,,4 .--.. ,.Wh;:,;,' '-' - . . -'.:. - .. :::''',, ......, .. .....,,,,,.."-'. 1 t Armour Post club--Battling Chink scored -. -. : ; ::, !4 4, ' ... A I technical K. O. over Bud Dempsey 5; 3,-SK4 .. lot e- ' .,,e-tdtP...4'1 .. JbramtmJyabDenh ern ;le- otu6nig ;11t6L; 1 ::-:.:7'-..!1:--".,:-..:.1;1.:-., 1: ;:-:'-c::H;7--...::;;: .. . . .: 1 ...-..':,.:.:;: '',.;''.::::-...'::;.:1J t a.,,,,.., ,, 1 Kruhger ahr2ea al or Fr nklin 161. . ..,,,r,rr., - :, , ...,...i,: . 71., T::.1.,, ,..,..;1,,;,.....E1:1::..,,..,.....?!1,,14",:.::-. ::.'.:,4::.:',...:,,,.z,.;..,... pm ny Demmer beat Pedro o hiaDan 11, AtMill N, . 1,1 cElt a addt ! tilei inlitg di 'al es 11 117 s t ' . ih .11Stabemiats 1 At Orange. N. J.Bryan Downey beat Phil 1 I ' :': '.i'.::'.. ',...:', -' ,::-I '.. :-:,:j, : : -,:':::- ' ' '',,'",', ? ',,':'-',.,- :,..., . ,,,:,,,, '::.v '',- '-' . v - , , 41,::: ' -t.,'::::. ::: , , :. .:' ', 'f- ..,,,,;:, ..,,a-'' , t .----- r Battling Chink, Cincinnati bantam- ! weight, scored a technical knockout i over Bud Dempsey of New York in the !filth round of a scheduled ten round . , bout at the show of Armour post of ; the American Legion last night. , I A hard right. straight from the Cin- ,,,, --- - , !, cinnati lad's shoulder, opened an old I : ,::,., cut over Dempsey's left eye in the sec- -.::: -.:-, ; ! 7 .'.., . Z, 2. . :? . ond round. The flow of blood was so ! ; ' : , -- ; great by the time the fifth arrived that , ;:-,,,--,--- s a : .- .1. :..,: kis :-.-:.-.-.-.::.. . -- : , Referee Joe Coffey stepped in and ----fz, -.....:::, s.:.s-s,--- 'S.. . . , stopped it. f , . .. - -;-,,,;.. - .r., - . . , - ,,., , 1 Chink had taken the lead in the . , ,,..,4 , opening session and after he opened 7.s.,1-,-..1 . . , . --,, -,-,, 1. -,-:- I the cut over Bud's eye there was noth- I ,r i .,.,... s '.. i -- -' -..: -.'., , -'. L--.,.;':"-', .'-',-::, '.. :,' ' 4.',..' . 1. ,t -: -.,:t : ' , ,..' : ,... :- .F ,.. ng to it, Dempsey boxing under a i - 1 ' - -: ':-:,.: ' :-::'- :,',-: - ; :e.:;, ::., :::.:: ,--v, '.- . :,;: '..i ::--:.::, 4. - -,' ..,-:--',.' ,-:.,. i, great handicap and partly blinded Out ..,., 5 . -1 ''' . - :: ' '-- 3' .'; '.--; .' ':-''-,i'- 1.-'. s'c- --i.:.:-..s. ..-'. ---; '- ..i'y 4,-. ""-2;,:-,:.--,..,:...-'-' side of the eye cut however, neither 1 ,t....,, 7 ..- . : ...; :. : .:,,,i ..-,, ..:',. . z,... , f --, .,, ..' ....... i, :..:.. ,, S i lad was initured. I I : ' - -: . ' :: -";: ':' .::i::: ,', z : :f , :;; ::' ;:,.., -,, ;:::?::,c, :n . A,,f : li i ' L'. ' 'tzit, --',. ' ' ''':- , ''''.: -.:;: - 3 - ,,':' - ,', ;::, :;-::.:$ , - :,--:: ,: -, , ..,,,,i .. , The show brought out sa capacity i . - '"-- , -,.', . . : -- . .. . - ':.- --,,.. - :-.4- -...t.-,;, .., :: . ancaence and there was a lot of action i , '.....';'-';'.--,-- --, --- -.;.. ' :.-'-,- :::.-'--:,'--- ::' P!:' , ...' .. , . .... , .... . ,. :, i:;;. "..:' '' .., Z . i... 2.- .! . 1 : ins each of the four bouts. Battling 1 - - ,'' ---- ' :, : -, - - ,-,ei' --., . . -::',;:s';-,:-s',:---:e:-,-.--- NN- illiams of Chicago won off by him-1 ' " , ,, - - ----.::::;:':" . (..",',,,-4r,.:--:',:,-'-';,.--..,,- :, : :... ::--:-....,-..--:;.,:-.,..--.-.-!:.::-'..--:-..i' ,,:,,,'41- -is -,elf in the six round serni-windup with: ' . . ' '. ' . - .:-: ::--::: '''s ,,--,-- '',-,..1.'s ,':',:,;:'',"1 ''''..:1,- .::,-.5-'''',--;4,:.::::.-,::,-...:,,,.,:.:;;!,-;'-;::,::..;;;--1,-,;,..,-.--i-i. Jabber Young of 'Afilwaukee., Eddie -, : ,-,,,, .; ,.. , --- ''''---,-01:' -..:."'"-... ' !"--,..'';t-- 7 :.''' :1;:'(;:;,-..:''.'....,...?-'''',;;;;:..i Walsh of Chicago knocked Jimmy Ji . - '-'''''''''''''''' I''''''' ''''''''''''''''' , Dennis down twice in their six rounder i , The Argentine heavyweight shows the method used in putting Bill ;and won. ... Brennan to the mat for the count in the twelfth round of their scheduled o-,rrIr A rveNITert, flr I Brerinan to the mat for the ,count in the twelfth rouna or their scheaulea fifteen round bout in Madison Square Garden, New York, last,MondayIGIRL ACCUSER OF . night. It was a hard right back of the left ear that put the big Chicagol I RUTH FLEES FROM scrapper to sleep and later sent him to a hospital for repairs. . IPai:ifie and Atlantic Photo. ''' N.--K PUBLICITY . 1 ! New York, March 15.--Special. SIM MAY HAVE TO To Anna claiming 0,000 from 'Babe" Ruth Miss Dolores Dixon, who intends JuE LyucH , , $5 I on the ground that he is the Lather of BEAT111E11 REPIJBLIC , . , her expected baby, has left this city 0. T mORRow FOR BouTi and will not ireturnfor a week, accord- ARMY BEFORE l'il'IIGUE ' ing to her attorney, George Feinberg. "As Miss Dixon went out of town !last night, I am unable to keep my D UBLIN, March 15.--IInited Joe Lynch, bantam the publiaity weight champion, i News.liiittling Siki, the who meets Joe Burman of Chicago in Senegalese b m e a r c a t fro promise," Feinberg said. " She went I with friends, impelled by i her case has aroused. I shall file the one of the all-star bouts of Blackhawk I summons, and complaint In her action Paris, may have to flght the po w st Of the American Legfoil at Dexter I tomorro morning. I have exhibits wlaile Irish rebel army when he weighs in against Mike MeTigue, . P ark pavin on Monday night, will ' i which will be introduced in the case 1 which will prove Ruth knew Miss the Irish pugilist, here Saturday ,' arrive in Chicago tomorrow morning I Dixon as his ' little golf girl and as St. Patrick's day. 1 with Manager Eddie Meade. ' i his ',little watch charm.' " DUBLIN, March 15.--fUnited News.--liattling Siki, the Senegalese bear ea t from Pa iS t, may have to fight the whcle Irish rebel army when he weighs in against Mike MeTigue, the Irish pugilist, here Saturday St. Patrick's day. The Free State governinent, fearing that the insurgents may attempt forcibly to stop the fight and start one of their own, has thrown an extra guard about the Ser.la theater, where the battle is to take place.. 1 he adherents of De Valera have declared a ban cn all sports and amusements in lrelanfLon the patron saint's day. -- DUBLIN, Marvit 15. Associated Press.-1toth 31cTigue and Slid are reported to he in splentlid condition for their bout Saturday. They have been gil ing sparring exhibitions on alternate days to large crowds in the Rotunda this week. The impression of the followers of the game is that Siki has been more effective in his work. and the betting, which had favored McTigue, now has turned in favor of the colored man. large number of light fans and hovers have arrived in Dublin to witness the bout, among them Frank Moran, itomhardier Wells, and Jim Coffey. Georges Carpentier anti his manager, Francois Del,champs, mill arrive here tomorrow. $150,000 JACK-FIRPO a TITLE BOUT ALL TALK 11171;NOS AltI;A. Arg,nt'ina, -,M;treh Avisilated Press.IThr! ta,rt from Lt,s Argf-1;-s. (al., that ..taiTk 1)erripety hal to-en oM-t-f-fl $77,4,6V) to fight Lois Anizvi Eirtio In Polunost A iTf,A1 V,'1) i ViCn il,,mrt it) tod,y. The opir,lon ," ;1,4 ext,reseti that any one; offerIng ir h a xtako. ptir8f, PA aryl Om expr or tirC114, tho. light, wouid hkpty to, it heavy lo-r, ' It wael pointed out th;4 t $7;;1.010 wouId p,1031 moro than 2.069,10.i0 Argt.-n tine arA Ilat tLo Pct thIs s,lyn an ht. ter; danc e of itt hast 40,0t)9 to,-nkorA at r,r.) 145,f,s f-w-h woull h ro.ftulr tI4 such a pri.,fit for 1,.11,.1.-141ors 1",.e,1 ti) prohibit,ive. Reports that the Arg,:.ritine 1,:nv-rnmen t Is hafrkftg could not be contIrnric.1, hut wTe ri:s.olved likewifie with oldteT,ticito-n. It was point-il out today that at preferit the ordinatwcs of the capital prolaolt 1,6;Ing in Tinto-tic and' hence the govurnmunt woult; n(1 be likt ly to ttipport a lietnp3t-y. contcq,4. NEW SIKI-GEORCE DATE. VARU4. 'N't arch I 5.--1 Unt bed Ne ThP -c.ribentivr ret urn mai eh ts i twain. , Joe Lynch, bantamweight champion, : who meets Joe Burman of Chicago in one of the all-star bouts of Blackhawk !' post Of the American Legfoil at Dexter i Park pavilion on Monday night, will arrive in Chicago tomorrow morning with Manager Eddie Meade. I News of the champion's proposed ar, rival was conveyed to Matchmaker Jim : Mullen hy the champion's manager. In : the telegram Meade insisted that Bur' man make 119 pounds at 3 o'clock on : Monday, or he NN-ill claim the $7,00 for: felt. It Las been known in local box-. cirtl-s that both Lynch and his i manager have a wholesome respect for , Burman. Burman Out for kayo. Burman realizes he has the chance , t,r, his purili;Stie career. The local !boxer has everything to win and noth ing to lose. For these reason s he is , training diligently at the Arcade and 1 claims he will dispose of the champion i if he gets a good. shot at Joe's Jaw. i Burman can soek with his right hand. and hopem for the knockout that would Igiv' ilta the much eought bantam i championship. ' Bytcii will shosiv his wares to local j fans at the Arckoie tomorrow, l Altliouifb the Burman Lynch bout Ill l attracting ti deal of attention,- the 1 ten rounder between ilar-old Smith and ! t;oldie Ar.der,-oa b7ig hm following. This will be strielly a, baritarn contest, both having agreed to make 113 pounds. !Firnith 1!4 training at Vcrretti's and An! dorson ,,t, the Arcade, i 1 !low niters Square OM The other two ten round bouts will i bring togetter Mike Dundee of 'Kock ; .hliti;,1 PJA PAgy ilitt;r.igmi or Ft, ! 1,0as oral' 'Frrinkie Seloolftr of the 1 ',. soutit sc7e oral Fro r,k ic t;iit t la of Mem, I pit-. Iiilly t-iterns of l'ilinneiipolis and I.loc O'Hara of Fort Dodge. la,. 133: I poundc'ts. will open til, SIWW in an !Light o round rontest.. i ' I ,,-40... MOO W41144-444 A r. svi:1 In,l4 its Prows! I's,4-1,rion aro) 1,iii tr,tight ot, V4-13 l'44,-0,,,Tle, 1171r1 p4rvrt. pnrt 4. ottAif, 4;t44144. tor,14441, Ald 1 J,m,-1,1a M,1:1,tooseti wi hp ll lr4,1 t ;,-1---,,,o 111,IL -..- I rf V; P ly t.,Irl,re,, t !O., c e 4 to- 100 Vs, pi t prl t vigOt l nie.ccd ttwo.rh f !;Snfr, oft his yrs.r to 14744.4,14. I, t;essr. IN. I. ,II Ino.ot j PR v. l't4Ifa I It t NV fIllo5,- 04v In si 4.4 11,,00mpani,,,1 11 AvitigPryi,o), 1 Alvi, ---ep-, 1 T,. At WI, f, M 4 rt,f- 01 41 Wil b,,111 011 14,r,..4' Pt I to- A 4t1' AM' Pfi,ii.? or') Aw0 FflriWt, t011,,rVf 1 Piett, Alh,C4,r';i,Pr lie, ,1?,,o NI)Jia,o, SI 144,19,k'co I ,34,, ,4,1; t,., -1,,,!nnt,,,,1 in 4 K4444i 4.4d hig4444t4VA ! in,Aton r, 1 -4p-- : SArnnrr Vtgn,lr;l. ft-,1,,,t-,7 17f ponno,--!.. WI ! t.4,, r..lp,1 1,,r is nomut or gis -ri".r,s Iffli,seind, 4 uhrxi, 41 rii,,,riii,,i0"ii r 7 lir, .1,0i9 isbri 11.,,,,rtrI ifv, hly'r ls rim 4Gf .0.-p. 4 rr-oull , "I larLioz ireell,ht l'm LiPr isss,,rir,0 with : r.'rl !4ri,,nr will lr, hintw,!t tn photit 4a4; f IV f,114 t' lit It 4t7 ,Pti Niqnne-t C,14ie 1,411nr olleja ; In tamitio4 lrwr we;ght CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: FRIDA Firpo to Be Handled by De Forrest and Langford Nrw Yfdk, Mfirrh Luis Firpo la going to he h!voiled over to J tiirriy 1). Forrest, tho well known tr:Ink:r. tor tflorr lom4)7intir, Jimmy is going to have Valli Lmngtord. the 4)1,1 tar tbY t.dnR out with Final). 'Mit ought t iiiakz great eitmbination. Nothing that De Sikt-Cartwhttcr return rttotert to Oil ti4,7A111, , - 4iat,4 tor Sett 1 The 'zinnouneculeta wAs IA'Orrt'St dOoS not Iknow atoaA the tyis- tmut by the Fren,h itoxintt ted,r-ratit,n winos- ing buFiness, and' ns for Langforl, 40, cally'lltit,e0 tuz,,n,gcr ha,f tigrteca they TI,..yezr eztrne any inut;tter than and Sl'al 6 icoevtaut.re taiae beep revived by 1,11 a t (01 1,1!,!. BUD DEMPSEY STOPPED BY BATTLING CHINK I TRIBUNE DECISIONS I uuutlpca.L11L ALL tomorrow morning. I have exhibits which will be introduced in the case which will prove Ruth knew Miss Dixon as his ' little golf girl and as his ',little watch charm.' " SAUNDERS BEATS AMATEUR CHAMP INTOUR ROUND GO Tony Saunders beat Walter Newton, an amateur lightweight champion in Canada. in the final bout at Ferretti's loop gym. last night. The other amateur bouts of the weekly program resulted' as follows: William Cozzi and Gonrg- Williazns boxed a draw. 4 rounds. at 110 pounds: Joe Polikotf beat II. Zimringblast 3l, Si 120; P. Peters beat Kay Kelly 111. at 105: E. Fay beat V. NelSOn 131. at 122: J. Feldbeim beat A. Karones 131. at 116; C. Condus bent E. Olson (3l, at 130: Sam Curtis beat Ed Sullivan 12), at 145: M. Gilbert beat M. Kramer 161. at 135: Tony s'aundera beat Walter Newton 131. at 135. Eastern Soccer Teams Play Off Tie Game Sunday New York, March 15.The New York Soccer Football club and the rat. ermon tenni Of New Jersey, which played a ecorelese tie on Sunday in the nutional elm reriee, will replay the, garhe on Sunday at Newark. The Win . uer wIU have to play the J. & Conte team in the eaetern final on March 23. Enter Buchnell in Fall Nrve York. March 15.---(Spc,041.J C1itisty Mathewson Jr., ron of the fa. Itig' Nix." will matriculate nt 10;$ fathcr's pima nutter, Itueknell unitrt vrnt, A - aOF Ita2 m19.311, Think with a Map! Travel with a Map! HAND hic-NAu.v rDcgirt NI41,1 ar useful in business, et home and whenever tree. 'hod. They maist in salt, compaipso, simplify office records, moist it easier to plan business or pleasure trips. They guide you onerrintly onto tbo best auto roads the country OVOIN Handy Pocket Editions contaln wealth of Informs. tion not readily secured frogs other sourceote Price 35c each Boy Moot to st.otioNsPrs. sgres. dopertms8 . dr, stores ei 11161041 treed S i1All Ci I GASOLINE ALLEY-IT SOUNDED LIKE HERMAN'S COAT NOW ESPING Ot3 '(OUR - HEIZIAAN3 . I'LL '540A.t sEM r5N11-r "THE ONLN't BID 11A1 C1143 WEAR A. LOUD OVERCOA.T. : JUST TO SHO1A I DON1.1- 1-4OLD CRUDGE I'LL DROP MI AND MAkE A LITTLE,---' SOCIAL CA,LL. r rx:3,4-T ANSWER VT, ' ... MANI:W. rrs HERmAN I JOLT 5t304 HIS OVERCOAT AS HE ..1, EN.rr IN THE: ENTR41,,tc.E. 1 -(.4.4 a Dow-r WANT ,k F TO SEE 4-4IM I )71111' --:-1 I'M BLAMED StatIZE HOME - SHE DOEN'T WANT TO SEE ME! ANYWAY i'va DONE MY SIAARE "I'M NOT A HOLDOUT," SAYS EDDIE COLLINS; To JOIN SOX SHORTLY pHILADELPHIA, Pa., March 15.Eddie Collins, star sec- ond baseman of the Chicago White Sox, at his home here today said that he is not a holdout. "It seems whenever a player does, not hustle off to training camps at the first whistle in the spring he is called a " holdout," Collins said. "I have no differences with the Chicago club and expect to leave for the south in a few days." Collins said heis not disgruntled over the collapse of the White Sox-Yankee deal which would have sent him to New York. 16. 19'3. DURANT SMASHES ALL 5 AND 10 MILE RECORDS Los Angeles, March 15.--Cliff Durant, automobile race driver, in speed tests on the Los Angeles speedway today broke all world's records, both competitive and non-competitive, for the five and ten mile distances, it was announced by speedway officials. The trials were made under the supervision and with the sanction of the contest board of the American Automobile association and will be recognized as official, it was said. Durant's time for five miles was announced as 2:32.40, an average of 118.42 miles an hour. This broke the non-competitive record of 3:16.58, formerly held by the late Eddie O'Donnell, and made at Sheepshead Bay, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1919. and the competitive record of 2:38.85, made by Frank Elliott at Cotati, Cal., April 2, 1922. , Durant made a record 5:04.05 for ten miles, an average speed of 118.4. This broke Jimmy Murphy's non-competitive rccord for the distance of 6:14.60, made at Sheepshead Bay, Nov. 18, 1919, and the competitive record made by Frank Elliott at Cotatl, April 2, 1922. The latter's time was 5:14.40. ITRAINING CAMPS, I YANKEES. 1 IEW ORLEANS, La., March 15. 1 vented the d winds Yankees d s today again from play- ing a regular game of ball. The gusty conduct of the air was regarded as a danger to the tender flippers or the pitchers, who Suffered from kinks in their muscles after pitching during Monday's wind. The Yankees are Tagging far behind their traiping schedule, but Manager Miller Huggins says he will not risk his pitchers. The recruits are not showing much worth. , ROBINS. Clearwater, Fla.. Mardi 15.--Zai li Wheat. Andy High. and Jack Fournier are etill holding out from the Brooklyn training camp. Dutch Reuther and the club have almoet agreed on terms. and the southpaw is expected to sign isoon. In a practice raine yesterday Mlinaux was knocked down by a line drive. TIGERS. Augusta. Ga.. March 1:;.The batting practice today gave Cobh an -opportunity to site up his left handed huriera.,Moore. Cole. and Francis. and drew praise for all of them. Moore. In particular. showeii great 13romise. Ty tools he also has picked a winner in Francis. who wits disearded by Washington. ile was quoted as aaxing he was W Wing" to wager that Francis would win MOM Ot Mlles than Zachary or Mogridge. Francis' former team. mates, RED SOX. not Springs. Ark., Merril 15.The Posten American leastte club tminittere its " holdout troublcs $t en enti, a,cortims to harry Clts vet secretary. We here holdoote," tirsene tieetared, mike mcno4k, gliAl John. ny Mitchell have iitd end Clerk l'Ittenmer ill men as !mon as he arrives. Carl liolhns young Detroit pitcher, yntuntArits retire,t tl iseter bu.ttleso, telt he me" reenosi,ler awl tirt. ci,le to l'1;14 baorhmtl. Rain Into-IAA-42d wish vv,o-111.a rsttiev, toalov Big Six Junior Will t rroc- 0 SWAT BEE STINGS SW; 3 HOMERS ROUT GOOFS Seguin, Tex., March 15.-- Special. I Home run wallops by Johnny Mos- i til, Leo Taylor,1 "e":77777.-A' and Louie Rosen- 1 I e,-. , . , : , , . , berg made t h e ( ':N,,: i.,,,. going pretty soft 1 ! -E -- - .-,!.::i4 :: for the 'White Sox i 2,,, :;-:-.'...'s:''.,,;'.:k,,.;::i regulars in their I !'"."-,,;..,,,,,,,:,,:'J five inning prac- - :,.i: xlz;!. :--.4,,) tice engagement :': .; , Iti with Kid Cleft,- , ...- , - , :. "rt--?ItrIk, ,;' :. .," son's " goofs " to ',...,..4vit'lN; ''. - t day. -', -,, :,.. - At the end of t r e i r . . : ''' ,';- , . . 0 0 i N , the fifth w h e n ", ' hostilities w e r e th.:.. :..s.:. , .,t, ,,., -si halted owing to a kk',Niii:...z.1 71,-,e2 terrific windstorm L N ; -:, , i which smacked of IN -,:. .001 WILICEIL StitiMr,CU tf, a budding cyclone i the first spring LEO TRIBUNE TAYPhotoLOR. . entries were lead- ing, 8 to 5. Free for all swatting characterized the work of the regulars who assaulted Messrs. Homer Blankenship and Cecil Duff for a dozen drives while the " goofs " were able to collect only five safe hits off the heavings of Ted Blankenship and Stubby Mack. The arrival of Harry Hooper, veteran right fielder, who is entering upon his fifteenth campaign in the major leagues was the chief item of interest in the tilt. Hooper immediately donned his uniform and demonstrated that he was raring to go by peeling off two singles and drawing a pass in three trips to the plate. Gleason revised his lineups for this skirmish, putting his strongest offensive strength behind his slickest pitchers on the first team but the" goofs" put up a stiff resistence. Hooper took the lead off berth with McClellan playing second; Mostil, center; Elsh patrolling left, and'Sheely, first base. Willie Karryn, the $100.000 beauty, was again missing owing to his injured knee. Heavy chilling breezes swept , over this region in the afternoon but a flock of the players donned the1r rough garments and put in several hours chasing Jack rabbits behind thoroughbred greyhounds A nine inning game is scheduled for tomorrow and on Saturday morning the Sox regulars will motor to San Antonio to tackle the New York Giants. 4111 On,..... re- i I CUBS PLAY ANGELS TODAY I iy- he ; BY IRVING 'VAUGHAN. ed, 1 Avalon, Catalina Island, Cal., March c"- 1 15,--Special.--13yrd Hodges. the big ks !southpaw from Joplin, Mo., and Charles ag I Stauffer, a right hander from DridgeLg- I port, Conn., will get their ! baptism as le. i Cub hurlers tomorrow. Manager gilhe I lefer today delegated them to look after its ' the slab work in the first of the three I, rgame series with the .Los Angeles ! club, and in practice this morning the at youngsters did just 'enough-to put them Id- ! On edge. 1,sPi 1 Hodges and. Stauffer are two of th x e ! mound rookies who appeared to have .. I lie i plenty of goods but are not long on a i experience. For the last couple days 1 they have been tutored on covering i first base, fielding their position and ino I I proving their stride .on the slab. One nc to will work five rounds, the other four, 'ie. provided they are not knocked off the 'rn- hill by the hostile sluggers. -- .se. an- Practice today was confined to a lie -; morning session because of the boat i"anf I trip to Los Angeles in the afternoon. 11'1 Killefer !said today that when the I squad returns heretMonclay he will give I Bob Barrett a chance to,show what he ('TI can do ail as a second tzacker.. , To date t '' tit. the Little noel( youngster .lias been $." confining himself to third base in the r r fll' oof infield ' but has been handicapped RV i --t . - ne' by blistered feet and aching muscles. tl! Monday he expects to be In sufficient I;;I condition to permit him to move about 'I- free! v . - Cubs, First Division Club 7-1 r pit -- BY HUG!! FULLERTON. T.c,m Are!es. cat., ,Nlarch 171.SPecia.1.3Cha-ago's Cubs for 19.3 are a practicai:y certain trst division team, with better than cven chances . ,;,,4 of landing in the first. e. They ' may not win the National , league pennant : this year b u t they are, barring accidents, a com- ! ing championship , team. 4rhey are , ' the fastest team. 1 as they line up at f the beginning of the real training games in their leauP, the best licot vAnftEt.L. ! hustliug team I I l'boto 1 the circuit, and the nosiest and most cheerful team in eithi,r This team is one of the most fascinating problems in b:iseball, It is the youngest team in major league base-, ball history, so far as the records show, and brilliant, No matter what else it Is. It never will q'j it. and slumps wilt not worry it. Young teirnst always slumpbut keep fighting. Two Spots Are Feared. Analyzing the Cubs. from their past performances as much as from the form they have shown at Chtalina and thus far in action on t,he mainland, the two fear spots are catchers :And sec, ond base. In spite of the tua,:rnqb',-nt promise of Grantham. his great speed and his ability to hit. he is not yet a fixture. nor NVill he be until ho has shown under big league fire. The catching department Is not strong. although it averages up fairlY well with the majority of the ether catching statTs of the National. O'Farrell is showing steady improvement. and, since he will catch at least 125 of the games, the others are not so important Wirt, who has great promise. has filled out and lools better, and as he Is stronger at bat than Bartnett, will be first understudy. 1'roIden Ti Second Base. The big team problem, however. is second base. Grantham is fast, a free hitter, stands well at the plate, looks 'em over, and busts.them when they are over. lie is faster than Statz, and seems to exercise good ja,Igment. Thus far he has ShOWn in spotty fashion. brilliant. then bad. and he went off form after his first flash, then settled and played well. Ki Ilefer is confident Grantham will last, but at the same time is preparing for contingencies. If Clranthain breaks the Cubs will be in better condition than usually is the ease, as Adams, undoubtedly, is a major league shortstop and liollocher is, in my opinion, a better second baseman than he is a shortstop. Hollocher does not want Goat Anderson, Ex-Central League Flash, Is Dead South Bend, Ind., Mareh 15.-1S1)eeial.1Goat Anderson, for many years a ,player .and manager in, the Central league and, at one thne ap outfielder with Pittshovylr, died hero today. p111.01, 10c Special dirtaktt Size y -Ti :T,:T ,.,.,,. -:----------7.5-.-:,-s-, 'Z.--1: -',,','',,i ,i,t (.... ;.:------:-..-.-i,-,7,-- - , -;--; -------zz,--7"' i L.-..-,-, , ,....., i,-1., ,'-'s',.,1 - -o,-.7:','; 4 .t. , ir,s,17.:, , ,,,, sza ,,y r- - --, AI 1,Nroilir: F1, . -14t ?A Ne,::31-,..,- ..!!-, II onammommoloomm.OMPEK .41111011ValalEMINV iPi PiimiilMiataMME. tO1M, N' MHERE was never .d bigger dollar's worth put into a package, nor a more convenient package holding ten cigars. Probably the reasons why this package is such a big hit. A 711.11." O' er risr7 en, 1,-, TT jLog' LI, .L qb.ilr'L'' . ....t..... smjrr A ,., , rt r7.771;--g , ..k. , ri , ,,,- ,,,, La LJ .e... HAVANA and JAVA e-ii r irtp: udsáVbilling quite like zt so dsirccl: so mild Dutch Masters Cit Nit IS made ha Consolidated 0;4 ar Gorporation.N Y. D:stributect by Sprague, Witmer a Co., Ch;cr,go, Ill. P. J. Rul,ey C, Ciao, III. May Finish Close to Top This is the first of a series of articles by Ilugh irk -which he! ss up the championship prospects of the various major league team, at their spring training C,7 Mr. - to make n switch, but woul& far the good of the team, and with Adams st short and 110ocher at second the Infield would be -far above .Natiomd leigue average. ,-- To Fast for Second Rase. :Th(, ft-ar for Grantham is that Le may be teo fast for second base. Mary t.f the best prospects are ruined by overrushirg the ball. unless they time it perfectly. Jimmy Callahan was an Instance. Ethile Coins. his first year In. looked if he WOUld be ruined because Le was to fast. but tamed down and timed perfectly. Amby McComnell was ruined by going too fast to meet a bail 7ind overplaying it. Frank le Frisch had the same fault at the start. With those precedents. Grantham need worry. Tinrd base Is practically settled. Fri-berg seems one et the finds of Team nnd the Crst base need cause no, worry. Grimes is good. and Cotter promises to be even better. In fact, with year seasoning Cotter probably will be the regular, If Ile tails this season. Crimes is older. There is a ebanee that Cotter may not hit as well tn tho b!g show as Crimes has done, but On natural hitting hbility there seems little to choose. 'loth Will remain with the team. The outfield is nothing remarkable. Just above average. NNith speed In its favor. Pitching Outfit is Dangerotts. The pitching, of course. ELIWIIVN IN a problem. An undeveloped staff offers a big problem. Killefer has two of the most promising left handers in captivity in !lodg s -and FUS.Sell. and the older Dumovitch is certain to stick along. With three left handers. one with a tremendously fast curve hid'. the pitching outfit is dangerous. There are no super left handers In the Nstional, and even one great southpaw would cut a tremendous swath in the old organization and two would make the difference between fourth and second place of the right handers. Alexander is still good for almost twenty-five games. starting- perhaps half of them. and he Fileuld be tine in finishing games and rescuing faltering youngsters. Alex Is become a great aid to Killefer and Invaluable as a director and Instructov of the young pitchers. The fine character of the big fellow and his unselfish help to tile team has much tu do with the spirit of the club. Cheeves is ripecertainly good for 00 per cent of the games he starts. and Aldridge, in spite Of his faltering under the heavy load imposed upon hint last fail, will help the team. Osborne is very promising. But it is the spirit Of this team that impresses one the most. 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Pi iti 1 rtA 7:, Ar - .- riti.rdTv-g:77-2) rt , l ,,,:, 1:-..1, ., ,,, .., , , , ,,, ., ,, , ., , . .,,,,...,,;...11.-t4....1.,..g .,';:, Iv - ' . limt..; 6 ri - i; , HAVANA and JAVA .1!i ; emeti Ir er-tle: ry-t, 1 .00 11. i .11 16' 1 1,. N A . i ' 1(:! 15t Aothzilq quillc hi-IF zl . a i,'::',-, . so !sit:cc9 so tittki -. Dutch Ashlers CitIllt IS Made fry . ; :It, L,,,! Cortsolidated 0;4 sr C,orporation.N Y. a ' 1 0 ',,N ' I4 ,-;.:'',...-17,;-." ,..t'i'.-1;4"1';-,'-,:; -11--;. ',-;.'--- - .,-- --771 .7--:T---,-;):.--',,t;'..c7,-:;,-;11:!-L..:7';'...!:::i ir)11 111 1 , - - . '.. r ... , III 6 , D:stributed by Pli 1 PI !.i :i4,1 Sprass,-tie, Witmer a Co, Ch;cego, Ill. itl! 1, P. J. Rttlicy C,!,),, CLit;a To, III. ;x; 1 : 7 ! ' HOW TRICK FIRPO TURNED 1 BUD DEmpsEy STOPPED , J ("NNN144.,-.,:,,,:-,-,,,,,. I BY BATTLING CHINK ,,, r,.....,, , I 1 ,.,,,,,,,., , de . : :k-''.'.::- ,'. :,...,;, iL...', ,, , I , - TRIIIIINE DECISIO3S I , , i. . -,,,,, -4,:,.. : ...,-..;.;,,,, ,.,:. , ,:, f4,:,...i:,........, i ecw.:....,....0,4 .,....04.,,,,, . ., ..,,......... D isions of The Tribune boxing troe..., ,..,..0.'-' - -- 'i ,,-,,,,Awsire.,, ,,,,evs,.ses-ve-s'"' -1 . , , .. .. 1 , representatives are - . : - ; At Armour Post club---Battlin Chink scored g It technical K. O. over Bud Desnpm'y 5; Battling ll'illiams beat Jabber Young 161; 1 ' .'''' '-; "--r! ' -s ' n' - -',-?.-3tec..L-,-f',- .'''. .-.P',-- j -:., 'i-''.:,:.', :::'.---' c-- --'41 . . -. - :-., - -..'''':,.:-;- :',':'..-.:;:":'-''.....::-..-::1 . .. ''''' :" '.9), I Walsh b Jimmy Dennis 16; Ray ea t t Eddie Wa i Miller beat Sailor Franklin 161. .",r,,,,... .1. ...... t,''....:A 1 At Philadelphut-- al Danny Demmer beat Pedro - ''..-',',";:ii-,e,-,evePg.: ,',.. ',. '- ss ',If", , , :. ,,:-.. f ff. --, ff , . f . , , , I f Campo 181. 1 At Orange. N. J.Bryan Downey beat rhu 1 Krug 11121. I . .;., : ..-..,4, -. ' :;'.:..Y.'. .,:',.f-..-e--,4-, :.,:: -,-;.;,- ''' ...:,,,'::-F '-', '-' ' s - - , '''-'' :e.,..2:' --t;::::,.-i: , .'' 4,, ''.:i.q---.,;-,..... --,-'' i;';.;4, .--,-:---: ; '..-:-. i....i, ,. f .1-,T :' '' ,,.. ,..:' , t- ,., , ;-,,- -:. , ,..:;-: --..31,--: ''''' I A hard right. straight from the Cin ....?. ! Battling Chink, Cincinnati bantam- i 1 weight, scored a technical knockout over Bud Dempsey of New York in the I . fifth round of a scheduled ten round , bout at the show of Armour post of ; the American Legion last night. - :LL; .,;---- , f..; , : ''-'y-.,- t .:: ..1 -- ', ',,.-' ,;-'-,- I , 4 '''',-'1 : . v i - .,:i..,,..: ........ ond round. The flow of blood was so ;1 cut over TiaattblyiatDhdee'srritime the fifth arrived that ps. shoulder, opened an old : :Ix : : ....,.,-::,,.. '' '', - ' - N. ,., 4 i's::;::;..::::. sey s left eye in the sec- ! , Referee Joe Coffey stepped in and : stopped it. f ,:, ' . :. ::c 1 .-. ,-- -.:::. I-f; -. ' : . .: ::-.: - - . .. Chink had taken the lead in the i ' ,, , i.7-,s: ,,,z,,907,,,, J, I '. ,-.1 , - , , - ' -,:-; ;opening session and after he opened i..,,.: i... I the cut over Bud's eye there was noth- "-' ''"'v-C41',' s' ',$'-'etr,,,,,vs::...: --" N i i,.,... ,-.. t,. ,.- ..., .: ,7577...-;;:.;,,, .,,:::;,,-.::: .-,',',,o, ,:. rT4-4--1--7Tr'sr-1"1r, :. , -;:-,,,, -, :,,,- .-13,. .,.j...,.- , ing to it, Dempsey boxing under a '- - ' 1 ' --'.':::;':::,. ::'::--;:' :' :-.,- ' '', ,.... ::.,::::':::,-4 '.-: . ;,..:,:. ".:.''''.:'' i,--:. -:, 4. - -.:1,.-'-':-::',.,.,. ,i,4,,:, ; great handicap and partly blinded. Out- !: " s ! .- :.::':' : !--; -.''.,,',,..-..,:"..:';-:'::',:;.;-:::;.. ,-Ii.; J,:.....- -i:"; -;:".-i::---''';,,,-:--:;;;;':::: -',' sie of th de neither eye cut , however , :-: '-;:::I. A -- - '-': '''; ' ,t;, '.---,'-':: - ''''''-';-- :'-'-';, ','' : ' :;::-:.2-:-:::::--::::: ::',: ;-';''.-:':'""---. .:;.;e2.'-':i' i lad was irdtured . f t :: ......4 ..1. . ----..- . :- :- ::'::.., '-', -.,:: '..,-,i, :':-.:,:,.- i,;:,--:-,..::,-.-..:::-,,,-$ ,.;-: - ,..:.-.::.-, ,, 1,,..,,,,i; t, The show brought out sa capacity N.,::::: '--":. ' ::--:;,,-..-- :'' :' :::::,..''..i.':"74 :' '-: '' --,- - -",":,:':-"'':-:"';,,:v uclience and there was a lot of action ;., ,-';- :-.,,' -, ' - -:- - , ; --:- ...-;--:: - ,-::.,., ?,....-.::.;'- -;:- ..:. -,.: ::':.::;:::- :t: -.,: i.- ,.s; ,ity: each of the four bouts. Battling :. .:7';'-''''''' . f, ':' .:' : :I-' : . ''-'.:,': :: i,- r,":.::J'::":;::::'1'H:.:'1:::.:-:.:',:--.":::..i':,:-':.-:-'.-2';, NVilliams of Chicago won off by him-':-"":''."''.;;- ::::'::'T::':--:,--;: ::,- --,'.:: s-:.:'-z -;.; -e.f in the six round semi -windup with . - ': ;'': ::. Z.,---, --- ?.--:;,,"1 '',. :- ..":::-..;',,,:::-.--.-:,--:!...::: .:::,::::::,:,?:....::-.1,,..:,,....-." 4 Jabber Young of 'Afilwaukee., Eddie -;.-1,,i,-':"; , " ' '::"i,,::. --- -:;,.:: --.. -,,,,:,:- - -5,,,,. -: :- " - . ,, --:: . : "-.. ..: , : -:,'-:-- -,...: , IA alsh of Chicago knocked Jimmy Ar4swER cr. t4ortivIBELAM. sHEE-1). EXDSLIEFINS4 - maPoom.a,onn..- - pr -2 Now BRING ONI YOUR - ' JUST TO SH014 , HERMAN . I'LL SHOIA.1 'EM - - DON'T THE MAND'Y. HERMAN ISNI'T 1-1-4E ONLY BIRO C;171;LIrOo..1DC3A01-710., 7-3,,Tot..:OL.TsEES,HcAE:dm. :HIS I .0 11 WANIT To SEE ME! 11-1-A-'1 CAN WEAR A LOUD OUD I'LL DROP IN AND MIS BLOSSOM. OVERCOAT AS HE .111'. ANYWAY eva ; OVERCOAT. MAkE A LITTLE lovEN.rr IN THE: 1,, DONE MY soc,A.LcA,LL. -te It; Dowr WANT SAARE 4 ,wrgion 411111W A - 41 S' Ib t 0 011 ilirroW11110111; lid I It a 41 04 it. 1 1110010 - , -moo moo 41'1 -rtallseingdomx-- rtw' 111 Alie4 I littiv.001 ' 91).111--41 111 - . :k t, lotailaili ....1110..u.sis I -11 U ''...11116, 7)verz: , , , ...M.111..LP 10. - 11V. ' 0 ' cr4,- geNot 4 -1A14"141 , 1 , , , e ...45112 , , cz7t. t- , wes.." ;11:;;'19,,,,' 0,'''', ,'''' 41' J ;, ', ' :-' i ' t ; , ', ; 1' ; ? A - 0 j ', rl . ' , '' , : ' 1 ;, 7. t ,'''' ,' ,' 1 f,' 1 ' I k ' t ' N 4 J 1 .,,1 I '! L i 1 . i 1 , .,, ' 11 t 6 ' t ,1' ! -t,1' , . . .1 ,, ':'':, I I :."'--"'4:':) I )4 f ciA 1 e rt . ,, , ,4 11 't , , , , AO0Nds .

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