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, ...,' , . J M t THE PiRST GCE CRASHER OF TnE EASAa StASaw WWC ST7CVED AU. NIGHT IN WRi6LEY FTQ-I AFTER 7KE H.WiS-CDtiM FiGhT SO AS TO SEE THE FiRST PRACTICE GArAE ONLV TO HAt THE GAME PoSrFOD By RAitf. 15 Ll U?J V 15 H t a f J fe. ft m. m. a msmsmm s. I 3 TO Sy B?LA EDBV AYCtl. bASEBALU team's pctc bv a. lei. 'C- Or- , , 5y b ;' a if 1 1 -c ur.Zt t ' '' " ,' t- If; - - ' THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1927. CUBS LEAVE - GATALINA - : : . FOR ANGEL, STAR SERIE MISSED PUTTS TIE UP MATCH Darkness ' Halts Four-Ball Championship Battle. Cruichshank, Armour Lose Title on Last Gren Jlagen, Hutchison Even Up Florida Golf Tussle MIAMI (Fla.) March 0. (IP) Bobby Crulckshank, and Tommy Armour both missed easy putts on the thirty-sixth hole today when, they had the annual international four-ball match championship within their grasp, and let Walter Hagen a n d J o c k Hutchison . tie them. Darkness prevented further play and the players and those '. n charge of the tour n a m e n t agreed to play thirty-six holes additional tomor row, f , rl 1 a TOMMY Armour ' It was probably the most spectacu lar golf -match ever played here. Four golfers, all at the top of their game, were fighting for . every hole. Crulckshank and Ar- : mour, 2 up at noon, had lost advantage In the afternoon when Hagen cut loose with birdies on the third and fourth holes. , ,- Armour put his team on top at the fifteenth hole and he and Crulck' shank nursed that lead to the eighteenth. Hagen and Hutchison missed long putts. It looked like a certain halve and a winning match for Ar mour and Crulckshank, until both missed putts of about four feet. OUTHAMPTON AND CARDIFF WIN GAMES LONDON (Eng.) March 9. UPY In 5ltued sixth-round games In the palish Football Association cup com -c'-ition today Cardiff defeated Chelsea, 8 to 2. and Southampton won from MUlwall, 2 to 0. JOHNNY MOSUL HOLDS HIS OWN Ball Player Who Tried to Kill Self Given Good Chance to Recover SHREVEPORT (La.) March 9. The physician's chart that dangles from the dashboard of Johnny Mosul's bed begins to look like a testimonial for the virtuous, temperate habits of life prescribed for young men. Although he was bled chalky by thirteen stabs and slash wounds in the breast, the left wrist,' the neck and legs the athletic constitution of the moody young ball player who brooded because he thought himself a physical wreckpulled him through twenty-four hours of ordeal and he won a little strength today. Barring pneumonia and Infections In bis wounds, Mostll still , has a chance to recover. Up to this evening there had been no symptoms , of either of these untoward developments and In the Intervals between restful sleep his mind was clear and his resistance astonishing. " CARLAR1S VICTOR AT TIA JUAN A Last Year's Sensation in Surprise Victory; Shorn Speed Over Route TIA JUANA RACE TRACK, March 9. Carlaris, sensational winner of the Tla Juana Derby and Coffroth handicap of last season, showed a return to his good form this afternoon when he won the Nevada handicap, at a mile and an eighth, a special Coffroth handicap prep, from a field of nine, all eligibleB for the $100,000 stake which will be decided Sunday: Carlaris won by a length and a ; MANUEL AL0NS0 IN SEMIFINALS Second-Ranking Star Victor in Three-Set Match SPEED FROM SPAIN By Fcg larray George 'Lott Advances With Win Over Barnett (Continued on Page 3, Column 1) The - Jy Price fp ' is the My' only WV 1 thing v about y A Snrino; ' "' . featues yV that lJ is not ( j expensive J ' I A 11 La AXT r-xp Brilliant Pair Meet Today on Florida Courts PALM BEACH (Fla.) March 9. (Jpy Favorites volleyed their way Into the semifinals of the Florida men's championship tennis tournament - on royal Polnclana courts by their victories today. George M. Lott, former national Junior champion went Into the semifinals by administering a decisive defeat to Seale 8. Barnett, Chicagd. 6-1, 6-1. He made fast work of ' his match In disposing of the Chlcagoan who tills morning had defeated Wilbur Coen, Jr., ot Kansas City, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4, In the major upset of the tournament, Lott meets Manuel Alonso, Spanish net wizard and number two ranking player, tomorrow. Alonso encountered strenuous opposition in winning . over Johnny Hennessey, Indianapolis, former Indiana State champion, and a seeded player. Hennessey in the morning had trounced J. L. Harris, West Palm Beach, 6-1, 6-2, and came back a trifle tired to face Alonso who had rested since yesterday. He staged a desperate duel with Alonso and won the opening set, 8-6, after having carried the majority of games to deuce scores. He showed the effects of his earlier rounds in the second set and was overwhelmed under the Spaniard's 6-1 victory. In the third set Alonso took the opener and Hennessey the second, with the Spaniard coming back to take five in a row. "Big Bill" Tilden and Wilbur Coen, Jr., paired to defeat William A. White, Danbury, Ct., and L. G. Morris, New York, 6-2, 6-1. Their victory advanced Tilden and Coen to the semifinals of the doubles tour-ney. ......,. .'. I' : ' jTt 's, . W tf u ttLsd Hei the SEeoNiT V 1 .... .3 k -It iERAPHS, DENVER ARE RAINED OUT J! SHEIKS TACKLE BRUINS FIRST Angels to Face Hears Today at Wrigley Field; Mattos and Holmes Will Pitch ' Hollywood Opfwses Chicago HACKLEY WENS BOUT IN WILMINGTON BOWL Jimmy Hackley won by a technical knockout over Albert Jacks In the feature event at Wilmington Bowl last night, winning every round. Jacks 's seconds tossed In The towel. The defeated scrapper substituted for Joe Guerrero, who was stricken with appendicitis on the day before the fight. Other results: Frankie Burns defeated Joe Chaney, decision, six rounds; Joe Arienca drew with Billy Clark, six rounds: Andy Mitchell defeated Joe Clark, decision, four rounds; and Twin Marks drew with Dick Green, four rounds. SOCCER LONDON, March 9. (jip) Results of football games played In Great Britain today were as follows: English League: First division: Bolton Wanderers, 3; Burnley. 1. Scottish League: First division: Aberdeen, 0; Celtic, 0. Airdonians, 7; Dundee United, 2. Dunfermline, 1; Panick Thistle, 1. ADAMS WINS ON FOUL SAN FRANCISCO, March 9. () Billy Adams, New Orleans welterweight, won a foul tonight in the Blxth round of his fight with Johnny Preston, New York, at National Hall here. Preston hit Adams while the latter was on the floor. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Indiana. 36; Ohio State. Pittsburgh, 25; Allegheny, 24. illustrating the Pelwood iert designing takes care of the good style Q PRING is in the aira new ($1 color novelty is in order. Come ,in and see the smartness to these color adaptations, the splendid hand-tailoring the fine, stylish fabrics. Learn how we t give you so much for $40. This Store open Saturday until 1p.m. woooo TOE Largest Exclusive Men's Clothing Store in Los Angeles Sixth Street bet. Broadway and Hill. Hei THE SECON17 tfAMKING PtflYEft Copyright, 1927. by Metropolitan Newspaper Service 1 - VtHQ 13 AS FAST J. Pluvlus did all the scoring there was yesterday at Wrigley Field so the Angels and the Denver Bears didn't get to put on their exhibition game that was supposed to pry the lid off the spring baseball season at the local basehlt orchard. Provided the rain ceases its activities today, the Seraphs will .tackle the Western Leaguers at 2:30 o'clock. Marty Krug will use a regular line-up with the exception of a couple of rookie batteries. Les Holmes and Ernie Mattos. two promising youngsters, will do hte hurling for the Cherubs. A ine Tomorroio i Rival Teams Slated to Meet at Wrigley Field 4 BADGRO ON ALL-COAST CAGE TEAM Two California and Ttvo Oregon Men Named on All-Star Five , v i ! Anderson fBED BADGRO Borotra Here With Brugnon for Net Play NEW TORK. March 9. ( Jean Borotra and Jacques Brugnon arrived here today from France to compete in the International , team match and In the national in-d o o r tennis championships, starting the 19 th Inst, at the Seventh Regiment Armory. During the early stages of the Indoor tournament, the French stars will meet Francis T. Hunter, former Olympio doubles champion, with Vincent Richards and Manuel Alonso, ranked at No. 2 In the American list this year, In singles and doubles team play. The quartet probably will not be called upon for tournament play before the 21st Inst. At the conclusion of match play Brugnon and Borotra, with two other foreign players, Manuel Alonso of Spain and Helnrlch Klclnschroth, Germany's No. 8 (Continued on Pate 2, Column 2) DONALD PLANS NEW BOUTS Aims to Pit Hudkins Against Pete Ldzo or Fields . Agast bammy Mdndell at Wrigley Field BY PAUL LOWRT Ace Hudkins versus Pete Latzo for the welterweight title. Sammy Mandell versus Jackie Fields, ten rouirds, to a decision, or iweive rounas to no decision at the championship weight. These were the two bouts Dick. Don-to no deolslon and over the weight, aid had In mind yesterday following the Hudkins-Colima Imbroglio, one of the most success- ' ful outdoor bouts ever staged In Southern California. Latzo has been asked to risk his title here, but If he refuses Donald said he believes the bout is attractive enough to stage a catch-weight and draw a btg crowd. Hudkins has a tremendous following - which would turn out to the man in the hope of seeing him defeat the 147-pound , king. Contrary to the expectation of Man-deli and hts manager Eddie Kane, the Wrigley Field promoter will not stage s Mandell-Flelds bout unless here le some sort of a kick attached to it. - , - v '" ! v; ! ! L i- -PETE LATTQ. M ANUEL ALONSO, the dashing, fiery Spaniard, who was ranked second among the players of the country by the United States Lawn Tennis Association last month, will make a strong bid In the near future to' win the Indoor championship of his adopted land. Alonso is known as one of the fastest players In the game and his chief op ponent on the board i courts of the Seventh Regiment Armory will be another "Lightning Latin," Jean Borotra, of France, who, many con sider, is ' Just as fast as, or faster than, Manuel Alonso. For those who delight In dash and color and a fast pace In sports, this meeting between the "Bounding Basque" and the "Animated Aragon-ese" should be full of thrills. Give me a chance to watch brilliant court-burning demons like Alonso and Borotra every timet I'd rather see a match between these two any day than one between La Coste and Johnston, for instance. FARR "WINS VERDICT OVER BABE HERMAN CLEVELAND (O.) March 9. (m Johnny Fair, Cleveland featherweight, won a referee's decision over Babe Herman of California In a twelve- round bout here tonight. Herman had a slight edge until the eighth round when Farr stepped out in a whirlwind finish. Moloney and Sharkey Idle Until May 19 NEW YORK, March 9. () Jim Ma-loney and Jack Sharkey, rival Boeton heavyweight title contenders, will do no more fighting until they crawl through the ropes for their fifteen - round match at the Yankee Stadium on May 19. Tex Rickard, who has both men und era long - term contract, put up the barriers today against further preliminary competition for either Boston battler on the theory that he cannot afford to take any risk on injuries or mishaps that would upset the outdoor heavyweight program. The immediate result of the promoter's edict is cancellation of Ma-loney's prospective bout in Cleveland against Johnny Risko, a match that promised to take on unusual Interest (Continued on Page 2, Column S) IM A LONE. V PULLMAN (Wash.) March 9. (P) Two Oregon basketball players, two California stars and one Southern California man are placed on the official all-Pacific Coast Conference basketball team by J. Fred Bonier, member of the national ad-v 1 o t y basketball committee charged with making coast selections since 1910. The Washlng-ton State College athletic director's t 1 r s t t e a m follows: Watson, California, and Badgro, Southern California, forwards; Okcrberff, Oregon, center, and Dixon, California, and Wexter- Kren, Oregon, guards Watson Is named as captain. Official northern division and southern division all-star line-ups were also listed by Dr. Bohler In his ! annual report forwarded to the Na- I tional ColI.?plate Athletic Association. The northern section all-star team follows: Schuss, Washington, and Miles, Idaho, forwards; Okerbe'R, Oregon, center; Wcstergren, Oregon, and Graape, On-feon Aggies, guards. For the southern team, Bohler se lected Watson, California, and Badgro, Southern California, forwards; Cor- SCHAEFER AND C0CHRAN TIE FOR LEAD IN BILLIARD EVENT In other words all he wants Is the coia casn. He U willing to risk noth tag. Donald says It will be a ten-round decision bout or a championship weight fight over the twelve-round route with the newspapers making (Continued on Page 2, Column 4) WASHINGTON, March 9. (P) The triple tie for first place In the 18.2 balk-line world championship billiards tournament was broken tonight when Erich Hagenlacher of Germany toppled over Edouard Horemans, the Belgian star, 400 to 183. Hore m a n s's defeat takes him out of the tie and leaves the field clear to Jake Schaefer of Chicago . and Welker Cochran of California, both of whom have three wins r : v JAKE. SCHACFEW, and no defeats. The match does not alter Hagen- I ACE REFUSES C0LIMA FORFEIT : . --. J There Is much rejoicing today among the clan of Bert Collma J -fc and his manager TJutJch" Meyers. The reason, fo their smiles Is J simple. Ace Hudklna yesterday refused to accept 3000 which Collma J j forfeited by coming in one-quarter pound over the 150-pound limit X for their fight at Wrigley Field Tuesday night. The 'Wildcat's" J J sportsmanship was costly because the "Boxing Commission bad the j Hudklna telephoned and said Ace Hudkins absolutely refused to eon- J slder taking the forfeit. "I never took a weight forfeit In my life and I'm not'golng to start in now," the "Wildcat" said. "Collma did his best to maie the weight." , lacher'a poeitlon. He Temalna in fifth place, topping Willie Hoppe, present title-holder and Klnrey Matsu-yama of Japan. Horemana's defeat was one ot the nioht remarkable upset of the tournament. After Hagenlacher was defeated this afternoon by Felix ; range of France. 400 to 378, the dopesters had settled upon his overthrow by the Belgian. Although Horemans himself played a first-rate game, he was unable to stand up under the consistent, stellar playing of the German wno. in w night's match, finally reached his stride after only fair playing earlier in the tourney. HaRpnlacher's average was 80, not exceeded In the tournament, but tied once by Bchaeler and once by Coch' ran. His high run was 118. Hore' mans's high run was 121 and hts aver age 45 3-4. ; The score: Iri8lv1fhr 11T 40 M ii m Uornntnt l.t 1 II 43 Grange's high run was 125 and his average 86 4-11; . Hagenlachers high run was 93 and his average 34 -Ji The score: Unl .... i Vti 77 03 47 ft S 33 U-tf BRONCS LEAVE FOR U.S.C. DATE TONIGHT )IaadeU want twelve-rouud flfiUI yy ? BAN JOSE. March 9. (P The Santa Clara baseball tram will leave for Los Angeles tomorrow night to meet the University of Southern California in a two-game series Friday and Saturday. A scheduled game today between Santa Clara and the University of California was postponed because of Angels Play Saturday; Stan - Again on Sunday Joe McCarthy and his Chicaga Cubs will leave Catalina Island today for the mainland, coming t oppose the Los Angeles and Hollywood clubs In a three - game oaseball series at Wrigley Field over, the week end. Bill Lane's Stars will oppose the Bruins tomorrow' and Sunday, wtta the Angela filling in Saturday afternoon. Tomorrow's en-counter will open the exhibition - game season for both the Sheiks and Bruins. There is no small amount of Interest In the coming of the Cubs, due to Mc Carthy's feat in piloting the Windy City entry to a first-division berth in the National League last year. when all the critics opined that Joe. fresh from the minors, would be lucky to remain at his post through naif the season. There is even . more excitement manifest over the revamped Stars. Lane has secured several new face for his club, and everybody hopes that the additions will make the Hollywood outfit a formidable entry in the Coast League race. INTRODUCE NEWCOMERS Tomorrow's, game will serve to introduce John "Andy" Anderson and James "Cotton" Tlerney to local fans. Anderson, hailing from the Louisville club ot the American Association, is batting in the ciean-up berth for Hollywood. He performs in center field, when not wielding a bludgeon. "Andy" Is rated a .300 hitter, and has looked all of that in workouts at the Santa Monica camp. Tlerney, formerly with the Pittsburgh Pirates and mure lately of the Kansas City Blues, also Is advertised as a heavy hitter, these tvo chaps being billed to put a real punch bark In the Stars. Tlerney will hold down third bae for Oscar Vltt's ganjf. The Star manager has announced that he will work Frank Shellenback, his best hurler. against the Cubs tomorrow. "Shelly" is out to win twenty-five games this year. He turned in sixteen "victories last season, a flue record considering that the Hollywood pitchers got little hitting help from their mates. Hansel Hulvey and Leo Fitterer, the latter a promising youngster. (Continued on Page 2, Column 2) , (Continued on Page 2, Column 3) .1 fit ,V r. ii Wl W W 3. 5-7, V n b -?1 At 'i. UsedCars Before you buy any used car, investigate our stock first. ' Don Lee's reputation for fair treatment and honest values is recognized throughout the West. 1 Two Stores 1 7th & BLvel Figueroa at Pico OPEN EVENINGS iti 1 I V5J) ii iJ TP

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