Daily News from New York, New York on August 17, 1927 · 32
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Daily News from New York, New York · 32

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Wednesday, August 17, 1927
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DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1927 MSI GOES FREE ON DELANEY FOUL SMITTY TRAMP, TRAMP,' TRAMP! 7 TPi ED TO CORP THE . O - BV M.sVONG CT HfrP-O FOR. MiAA BUT SOPS S STICKER ! ieU,THlS HIKE WttX MAKE OR 8REAV ' FISTIC POPPAS REFUSE TO TAKE ANY STEPS 'aolino Cot Dough and Jck Victory Stands. By JACK FARRELL. Aftsr reviewing the evidence luhmitttd by competent eye wit-imhs in the Paolino-Delaney foul-ifair controversy, yesterday, the irembcrs of the state athletic com-ni!ioo reached a decision which nnkus it obvious that the gents vh'i pi.l as high as $16.50 to at-ewi the fiasco were the only ones ,vh' were really fouled. liOree Jimmy Crowley said hat he Maw four fouis committed y Paolino before he stopped the ight ami disqualified the Wood-rK'ppr. George Patrick, one of w jude, insisted he saw two, nd i(rolil Barnes, another of the inside arbiters, was juKt as cer-lin that Paulino landed three low unches, hut that they were not ard enough to warrant his dis- 'mHl'wat.iun. The commish showed its disap-rval of Mr. Crowley's action by ifusirur to slap the usual thirty-ay suspension on the "senor, and ixiW under abvisem'ent a plan vhereby a referee will have to con- U r .Jack !Vlj!i-y JstV victory was set Pete Keilly stands; Pete down. ult Ihe two judges before ruling ut a tighter for foul work. i'aoluui (jot his dough, and re-;ni'(lloss of what was, said or done y the commission, Crowley was iphtdd in a technical sense, and h-paney's victory still stands.- Pete lawntieilly. Jack's manager, was et down indefinatedly or diaplay-isf hat fifhter dented cup to news-apTnn.n at the ringside. Although aliornoy KneraVa office as notified the solons that they 'ill have no further say in the otfulatioa of prices for bouts, the ;mmi:;h will gft round that by re-; usiiijf to tianftion certain matches n th'j Krouml that the bout does iot wairtttit the price set by the iromoter. Those boxing fathers an gut around anything when, they vnt to. The battle for, the featherweigrht itle, vsoated by Fidel Ia Barba, vaxod fast and furious when the vspi'ctive , managers of the tiny :ds wtre called in to devise ways ineiuis of straightening1 out the uigl(. Joe Jacobs insisted 'rankoy (Jenaro should be declared hampion, but when a half dozen itv?r managers atone in- unison and 7 - ' '- 1 3 1 S- v " YOU CAN QUVT ) II f v I Neun w,r Xvfcri lf tey -!- vQU,Tv 1 in M u '"n-T .turn , ii. i , it t. ft fafMfti. 7,? TV Hwip Tn He Wins! Paolino Uzeodun demanded to know where Joe got his moxie, the commiah put the matter off until a later date. Looks as though another tournament it about to be wished on us, whether we like it or not. - . fr Double Crossed in Philly pr The Sucker's Revenge JRf JACK If we are to believe reports brought back from Philadelphia, the sure thing boys were taken for plenty while the poor sucker who is never aupposed to get an even break cleaned up handsomely when George Godfrey, the ,new Sene-gambian heavyweight menace, put the stopper on the comeback campaign of Jimmy Maloney, the Boston flsh monger, by knocking him cuckoo in one round at Shibe park Monday night. , , This, my lads, was supposed to be one of those things. In fact, the boys were positive that Mr. Godfrey would wind up in the well known tank or at least finish a poor second to Brother Maloney in a nice tame ten-round bout that the so-called wise money - was spread around at odds of 2V& to 1 for Maloney to win. This was irresistible bait for the suckers to nibble at and they went for it, hook, line and sinker. Just before the men entered the ring somebody made the startling discovery that everything was going to be on the up and up and that Mr. Godfrey was going out to knock Mr. Maloney's biock off in the shortest time possible. The .wise uys were thrown into a I INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. !rnio. ' " W t. p. f w. I. Pr. Kultai St 45 .64Toronto 67 60 Sr. .! 7ti 50 .603 Ro. hster 5 67 .468 Newark 7 37 .iVil Jfr. C itr 53 73 .40 Boltmi re iH 5rt .&S Readunc 2 96 -Sa2 ; tferrcsoti'it n,ts. T.wooto 3. JEttSET CUT 1 (first Toronto 4 JEB9ET CIXT 1 (MCOM lfne: 7 inning . 8uffl . NEWARK O (flrrt rnw. NKWAKK 3. Buflato S- netood iuk; KKimore 6. Roi hrslr 5 (first rime). BkUimjr 3, Kocheater 0 laecooU grille; 7 ianlrMCM . rt-Hse 7. R?adinr 2 first rune I to uiimitrst. . TOO AY'S GAMES. Toronto at JERSKY CITT. H-lfflo at MKWA8K. R'Wft ac BaUimore. Hyracuiie at Reatlinff. FOREIGN NETTERS DEFAULT AT RYE . Kea - Bouman of Holland and Eileen Bennett of England yesterday defaulted in the Eastern women's tennis championship at the Westchester Biltmore club at Rye, N. Y. The defaults left the field open for a strong list of American layers headed by Mrs. Molla Mal-lory, who entered the third round by defeating Mrs. J. E. Bailey, G 0. e 0. STOCK CAR RACES Three major events will be contested at the stock car racing program on the Atlantic City speedway Labor Day. REGATTA . The Cravesend Bay Yacht club will hold a two-day regatta Saturday and Sunday. FARRELL - panic. It was too late to do any hedging. Those who were close enough to the ringside reversed the odds but found no takers. While Mr. Maloney was being revived from his ten-minute snooze the 1oy3 were running around yell- George jGtnlf rey Jim Maloney Winner and loser in suckers -favorite battle. ing that they had been double chossed and vowing vengeance on the parties responsible. Meanwhile, the so-called suckers were scattered in various parts of the park counting up their winnings. Something should be done about this. What we need in the fight racket is bigger and better and more industrious double crossers. S3 WORTH SURE WITH CANZONERI AND SARMIENTO By JACK FARRELL. This fellow Andy Neiderreiter, who is promoting an all-star card of fights tonight at Ebbeta field, Tony Canzoneri Pete Sarmiento Tony and Pete clash in Ebhets field feature tonight. should be encouraged if for no other reason' than that K baa taken it upon himself to revolution ize tne battered ear industry by giving the boys a show worth while at a new low orwtn air nrii- scale of $1 to $3. For attempting sucn a. stunt Andy may lose his card in the Promoters' union. Tony Canzoneri, the ambitious Brooklyn Italian who has visions of annexing the world's batam-weight and featherweight titles, meets the rough and tough Pete Sarmiento in the star bout of ten rounds. In addition, there are two other tenners on the bill. Andre Routis, the elambanging Frenchman, goes back with Joe Click for a return bout and Eddie Andersnn, the winging Wyoming cowboy, hooks np with Sammy Dorfman in a bout that should be a thriller. Will Gibson returned from Chicago yesterday to tell the mob that he was satisfied that hi3 Gene Tunneys fight with Wiliam Harrison Dempsey will be a social and financial success. ' Will isn't as much interested in the social aspect as he is in the financial. He intends to confer with the Great Intellectual today in Speculator, N.Y. with a view to inducing the Cultured One to establish training quarters outside of the Windy City not later than the end of the month. - Mr. J a s s MaMahon intimated yesterday that he is trying to sign up, George Godfrey, the one-round conqueror of Shamus Maloney, to fight Jack Sharkey in the New Garden some time in November. PkzM Gems y Baseball Summary NATIONAL LEAGUE. STANDING. W, It. P-1 W. t. Pc. r'hkaro ft 40 .6.'M!Cinrinnati 49 60 .452 Pittsbrt .578 Braoklxa 47 St. Loots 47 Booton 44 63 .411 X. l ark 63 6 JiO Phlla. ' 42 68 -3Si "TESTEaDAY-S BESCtTS. KEW TORK 8, Pittsburrt 4. Chkag-o 3. Brooklyn 0. Philadelphia 5. Cinemnati 3. - - St. Loma 5. Coston 3 (11 inningrs). - TODAY'S GAMES. Ptttborsh at NEW YORK. ChKa?o at BIWJOKLTN. Cioiaoati at Pailatielplxia. St- l-ouia at BotoD. ' - - " AMERICAN LEAGUE. . ST A V dim;. Wf . 1.. fr.t tt . J-.. jrc. S IVk 33 .S Chicago 53 5973 Wish loo 65 43 .oitl iClreland 47 66 .41 Detroit 61 4S .560 St. Louia 41 6S .378 Fbila pnia 51 .549 Boston 39 7 .324 VETKRDA- BKSIXTS. , , NEW TORK S. Chicago 1. : Philadelphia 6. Cleveland 3 f first frame). Philadelphia 8, Cleveland 0 tsecond grame i . - .. : , Detroit 10, Boston 1. Washington at St. Loam postponed; rain TODAY'S GAM K.S. KKW YORK at Ctiieaffo. Botfi at Detroit. Philadelphia at Cleveland. WaabuHrton at St. imi. Combination Major League Score (Week ending Aug. 16) NATIONAL LEAGUE. T-eader for the day New York 8, Low Brooklyn 0. TEAMS. W. TVf. Sa.Su. M.Tq. TIs. Phiia'pbia . Boston . . w York . . PUt-naryb . Chieairo . . . Brooklyn . . St. l.outl . . Cincinnati . 4 Ii 10 5 13 4 3 7 6 lie l ii is 3 5 7 ' 4 5 44 3 41 8 34 4 20 3 14 0 13 5- 12 3 a a 1 l 2 Daily oiala..23 19 -34 31 23 23 31 184 AMERICAN LEAGUE. leader. Cor the day Philadelphia 14. . Low Cnicaero 1. TEAMS. W. Th V. Sa. Su. M.Tu. Tl. Phils-phi -..13 4 8 14 43 10 .19 8 2 18 7 14 11 3 1 9 43 169 Detroit . . New Yorkl St. Louis... Boston . ... . Waafi'too ... Cleveland .. Chieayo . . . 4 3 1 - s a- 5s 3 3 Daily totals.. ?4 22 18 33 29 No game.- ANNUAL MEET The annual track and field meet of the Atlas club will be held at Kearny High School stadium, Kearny,, N. J, Saturday, Aug. 27. WATER POLO The Summit Lake camp will give an exhibition of water polo at Camp Kittredge in the Palisades Interstate park tomorrow. Men! Women! SWIM! DIVE! Learn in 10 lessons by the Dalton Method Individual instruction. Tiled! poola. private dressing- room&J ail modem conveniences: old-! tit and best school in New York. Hon t watt team before Summer is over. Call or writs tor Booklet T today. UAL 1 UN Swimming School; 30S We4 S9ti Sl Oft Columbus Circle I fi

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