The Decatur Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on February 9, 1924 · Page 25
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S A T U U D A Y A F T H U X O O N 7 . C a m o 1^1 vr -- ^v i n n e r of Qr.e vs. r\-Innor ·f Two. a t 1:30. O.i mo Six -- IV i n n e r of TUroo vs. D i n n e r C-f Four, n : 'J:3'X S A T U I t D A T N I G H T . T.owr nf ji'lvn vs. laser o! Six. r.t C.-.M. v; i n n e r ct rivo va. ulnr.or qf £l 7;:v. Tor SENOR FIRPO HAS AN ODD SYSTEM X«:W Y o r k , Feb. D -- Tho good Senor K i r p o has a c u r i o u s scn.sc of grati- t u d e . T h e ncwjr d i s p a t c h e s a n r . o i i n o e that lie has passed t i p Tex U i c k a r d and signed w i t h .a "cloak a n d suit" p v n d icato to meet H a r r y "Wills, g i a n t colored ma n. n o x t fuinr.ncr. No* o n e w i l l b l a m e Flrpo for sot- tir.K as m u c h .us h n -cnn for 'us services. The fig" lit racliet !?' a do^-cat- do^c p r o p r - R i t i o r . . K u t UlcUai'd \v asp r e t t y n i c e 1 o tho South A m e r i c a n last year. Ho took him - \viicn hf \v a s u n U n o v/ n a n d .1 u K t a b o u t p e n n i less and fvavc h !m i\~ork. B E L I E V E D IX HIM. Hick a rd TV a s on o of tb c f e \v IP. c r v.' Jif b r s l i o v o d i :i Pi rpo'. Firpo was pone rally r i d i c u l e d as an o p p o n e n t f o r De m p soy, b u t R I ck a rd \v e n t thro'.iph w i t h tho match in t h e face o C \v i d c - f - p r c a d h o s t i 1 o c r i t i c i s m and It wan a b!yr SUCCORS. IlicUard assured Firpo ho w o u l d " d u p l l c a t o a n y leg'ltlmate . o f f e r " otlior p r o m o t e r ? m a d e Cor a "XV i 1 1 K match". l-'lrpo cabled Rlckar 1 in reply, "You aro to'o late." Declares Hit Game De- /· pendc on It. , BY WALTER CAMP. .(Cojiyrlght 1K4.) ' X.MV York. Feb. n-- Mas j r a r n t o n . tlic air.iitocr poi; c h a n i p l u n ha., come out w i t h a (lescrljillon o: h i * ewlnir in which he snys t h a t b i n Ranie dcpenOa upon t h e IhiMiry t h a t t h e r e are fo'.ir c ; E T n c n t H , or dln- l l n r t ·tnfff'f*. t o t h o po'.f p r l v l n f f . The rir.it l to Iccep t h » l o f t arm s t r a i g h t from tho l»K:nn:n(c. flu tar hack «« It w i l l K". If M.irston w i l l 8 t u d y p i c t u r e s of «omc ; nf the S t a r British p i a y r r n ot t w o or t h r e e decadoi aico, ho w i l l ho n»to:il»h*d to R-?O how f n r back n n t l vjp I h o l e f t u r m can bo k«pt R t r a i c h t . These photo- c r n p h « domr.«tr.itcl -.vl'.on the n-rltcr ivai V ' l t t l n c f o m n r t t (he theory ot the tr(t!«-ht l o t t n r m . t h a t it nan lie p r a c t i c a l l y locked lo an a s t o n l s h i r i c : h e i g h t , nnfi thta straight l o f t artr. li a con'.mun f e a t u r e of neai'lv a i l h i K h - c l u s s p : n y r r s . T H E SECOND s'lOVB. The n e r n n d niovfl Miirston tlescrlbea n* I b o n d i n g tho etlmv.l w l l h a brenlc at the · '.vrist. a: the t o p ot a back swing. The | u-ruer In I n c l i n e d l o t h i n k , the nverngc pl-"-ycr \ v o u l d do b e t t o r w i t h o u t t h i s gec- o n d ntovo. T h o t h i r d l» u t r a l s h t e n i n p t h a l e f t n r m n s r n l n on Ihe liown Bivlntr. The f o u r t h In ;!ie rollitt- t h r o u g h Ir. w h i c h M a r s t o n t'eectibes t h e l e f t nrm "» I rcaldni ju.it h e f o r e tho r i n l « ; of the fo:- '.ou- t h r o u g h . Well n.i a m a t t e r o[ fact. It dors m.t malic m u c h rlifforenc* nt t h a t p o i n t w h a t t h e flljow o r t h o c l u h head does, except nji t h r v t movement la the necessary r e s u l t -c; t!io o n r l l o r p a r t of the - - · . Call a Checker Cab For Safety, Comfort and Convenience Low Rates-On* or Two I'assen^ers lo 8*mc Address ID City 50c Checker Cab Phone Don't Forget! Forbes Lowered Taxi Kates ire Decatur--"He Saves You Money" Checker?' -Cab." .-.Phone . Nwnlwr That Never Sleep* Forbes 9 Checker 4 ? 6 Number That Never Sleeps NEW KENTUCKY FARM LEASES LUCKY HOUR r.irls. K*.. 1-"cb. l»-- I,ucky TNmr n r. yours u l r l . ft-inno-r of the j'olo'nvtc h d i c n p nt. H a v r e do Gracp, , tlm · lS1i;cmere f c n m M c t t p fit A q u e d u c t , n n i T ' t h e S o u t h e r n .Maryl.irt'l h a n d i c a p dt TJowjf* 1 in 102 J," h a n l)"0ii lonsod l- Edv\-n.rd J-'. Sltntr.s... owner ^T X u l a p a f a r m , near hen*, to "\v. K CaBkoy, Jr.. o f T^^instoii n n d w i l l w l n n nt th'? !Cr;;ni':il" f a r m , _ w h ( c h Is a - nctv breeding: c s l a U I i s h i n r n t I n K c i ' l u c t t y . HOYT HAS A LONG NURTURED GROUCH -NC'.V York, fob, !i-- ^RcDoTto haa It Unit 'WUUte Iloyt is s t i l l ' a t r i n e peeved bccauso Manager H u e g l n f failed to n t n r t h i m njjaln a f t e r he was k n o c k e d or.t .of the box In the f i r s t y a r n o of the 1923 ^rorld scries. ·SUntiK mi mm Ancient Rival Invade* Mil, likin Floor for Clasiic Struggle. · · ' · . . BY CORKY LEWIS. -:" W i t h - t h e splendid e«,me of Friday might -chalked- up. lo i-lt» credit, although the final score waa not In Us favor, the Millikln basketball team Is looking forward to the battle Tuesday night with Wesleyan with anticipation. Millikln hit perhaps It* b«»t ftrlfl* of the season, .as. far as the home town people'could tell. In the ascend halt of the Aucuitana contest. It was t. real battle and Mtltlkln measured up us sn equal to one' of'-the strongest teams In the conference. FAIR TREATMENT. M i l l i k l n has a record of having; been defeated at Wesleyan by a score of 25 to 21, nnd In this battle also the Blue and White sriowed a splendid f i g h t i n g spirit, arid .played one of the cleanest Wesleyan Barnes that the rooters, of either olty · have »*en Cor a number* of years. '" It Is the aim ot:J. M. U.raccordlne to the students' and the' faculty ft Millikln to show 'Wesleyan the same spirit. Tuesday nlrht here and rive tlTe spirit of friendliness between the two schools a bo'oitl - Millikln ieemed to have slipped away from the jinx foT a short tlm« Friday evening for th« percentage of baskets made as compared to those of the Swedes was about even. COUNTS ON SWITZER. Coach Hollio W i l l i a m s Is p u t U n r a lot of hope In Fenton Swltr.er. the forward whoMjiado such a f i n e sbow- !nc against the Norsemen and TUx M l l l l k i n can be depended u p o n at tho other forward"berth, with Art tone- to bo used In case .the Coach chooses to remove either of the f i r s t named player*. It !s r r n b n M e that "Bunny" Anderson w i l l hold down - t h e pivot position, nnd nt tV.« cuard .pr.-sls Cant a i n Xeil "D.-ul" .Vrrlnrjton and "T.ucy" Forsylh* have proven t'lemselver r a p n n l e o f h a n r l l l n K a n y n a i r - r f f o r wards/ for C o n r c y nnrl Mahoncy f o u n d t h i s out In t h e .Swede c a m e . If. however, for any reason one of lhcs« men must be w i t h d r a w n tl-.c M l l l i k i n m e n t o r has C u l l e n Sweet or W i l l i a m TMshon t n f a l l h a r l c -tpon. STILL. STRONG FTVR. Jtift how bncl tlic' i n e l l c r l h i l i t r rule h i t Wesleyan cnrlnot .-be. imltred f r o m t h e i r scnrlr.K after tlio M i l l i k i n pain* in Bloorr.incton for t h e t h e rtaws s t i l l look stronir. M i l l i k l n - I ? deter m i n e d to put \T on* of the h a r d e s t b a t t l e s of tli" year to win over I'm Green nnd White, nnd tf the /pace T u e s d a v n i R - n t i* ** f a c t as It was Friday the T. W. U. atriletes w i l l have t h e i r h,-incHi f u l l . Tickets for t h e Wesleyan game went on iia'.e S a t u r d a y for t'.ie et-n- cral p u b l i c at H a i n e s and EssicU's and the Colleso Supply : store. The s t u d e n t body, uslne ticket No. IS In tha A. A. books w i n . m a k e t h e i r reservations s t a r l i n R - M o n d a y noon. As u s u a l , the rrym -will be sold cut easllyg by Tuesday evening-. SOFT SPOT IS LOST BY JOSH JOS 1C Josh Billing*, w h o . h o l d s a.11 r«cortf» for w u r m l n p blfr league benches, is', to IOBC his soft job. The Si. Txsu'.a B r o w n f i r e c e n t l y it r i m . l o Ixs Ancelcw In a t r a d e for the a'.nr b a t t e r y oC t h a t c l u b . for y e a r n B l l l h i g H llus s t u c k a r o u n d In t!io big shon', not c u t c h l n p tir. m a n y jjnmeti as a repulor .wouM in one eeanoii. A l w a y s I'aliciL'li! Bccotid K l r l n ~ catcher, B i l l l n f t a lied s o m e t h i n g t h a t kept, h i m In tho b a c k g r o u n d t h r o u g h o u t bis IJ!B; league ca- CANUCK NOW READY TO RETURN TO RING Toledo, O., Feb. S--Carl T r e m a l n e tho F r e n c h - C a n u c k , w h o f o u g h t t w o years w i t h a b r o k e n nose and d i d n ' t k n o w it, is no'w back in harness f o l lowing- an o p e r a t i o n . T r e m a i n e is to meet E r n i e Goozeman a t Toledo, I-Vb 19. . CHET WYNNE SIGNS CREIGHTON PAPERS Chicago, Feb. 9--Chet- W y n n e , former TTolrc Dame f u l l b a c k and an A l l A m e r i c a s e l e c t i o n , has j u s t signed a t h r e e y e n r c o n t r a c t to he h e a d Toot- b a l l coach at C r e i s h t c n . There's some lallc t h a t H a r r y Brown, cap- t a i n of tho I02S N o t r o Damo team, w i l l be Wynne's a s s i s t a n t in 192-1. WEEK'S .SOHEIMUM;.' M o n O n y , 7 p. m . -- I l l Eh B u l l s vs. Dm;;-'''. :J H a l l s vs. Locals; 1) p. : n . -- G i o c n B a i l w vs. J^itni'.ecl; L I x t r u a vs. M : i t i l f e s l s . » Tiicaiiriy, 7 p. 111.--VeKet-irltrng \-s. alor*: U a r b s vs. \Vondcv5; 0 !· lieiirOAtii x'«. S w e e t s : Y a n k s vs. i^ur W e d n e s d a y , c, p. :n.--C. D. A. L. 3 P. i n . -- G u - h a r i i s . T h u r s d a y -- 7 p. m.--^Va^iafih v?. Boys; lU-mlny Co. District Tourney Big Event for City. r.irm.-ll!., Fob. 9.--Fana w i l l be tlic scene ot the d l s t - . - l c t ' t o u r n a m e n t hrr* -- S o u t h p a w s vs. Phu'.he Tops; M c C l l m a n ' a vts: T e n Hops. Jin I PlcSUpe. 11 ·,). m. l i e i l a n d cl · Saturday, Thiiraday.- Friday March C, 7. and' S. Due to h r r tra,l location,- - e x c e l l e n t t r a i n hotel accommodations a n d . gymnasium .Tjlhil was g-ivon tourney which was at S!«lbyvlMe. -. '. The Gym at present has a ins capacity of 251)0 which added to if need be. Eacli team represented will no .floubt Bond froirt SO to,100 rooters to tho tournament, but we" local offlqliils .believe ' they can liandlo all the people who come lino the t o w n . : . . CHATHAM IN CHARGE. Principal I* W. Chath.-im of ;Y.M.C.A. Sports · · .' ·".' ' '' Cicnlor-MiikctJmll. - Tli.» i:;Hrv'C.vA.v.K«nlof pyni cla.hal- kit)iall! l c k g u « ;hQ» been ^ormdcl 'and n^:i hcslft play oh-r'TuefllBV .hltht.'. b t u l n n f n j^i'l. 7:,~.o o'clock'. ,Atr"«c-'Uik; yaJriBJi; ai-«j.1io;vb* played -on' .Tuesday n(p:llt;'Hnd. th«';'to ; jrtia- n i o n t will last for vTU'o AvpU!V/Th6 :teitni«' w i l l meet am ,«6oh .·a9'..pb»iHjl« t o ' \ e i e c t csptnin*. V ·'.' w "^-- t 'l- ; . ' " / · ' . . ' " . - ' . ! ' · ' · Tho ro»f*r of the teams '!· ns follows: , Team . One-^Jori]fln, v -'St6o\vsand, u .'Sinall^ v.-oc-d. M a n n l n f . ^ ^tutz,-' ^arbn.'.'-lf. .. Carr. J Ke^nrr.'.'B. X'olfman^ i '·, .-''^; · v To;i:n Three -- K l i n w ; .n^nlr, 'llmnirte', 'llar- r d t . Blreliileld, rhckV.":'-B«irl; \l'l*rco. ; L Tf..T;n Three'-- Collelt.': CJ"^"ell;i Mlrncn. Wheeler. Anilrcws. Jones, r^vldicls; ' -',''; '.i'':a:r. Four-- KF. ll"y' . 15ithard«tMj.,^--Tu'i:- t a r t . Bra'ly, l.ley; Cnmplie.il. .·qar.virV ' Teant : Five -- Cio^dwin. ' £clinuli.:' : 1J Uanscn, Nctson. Gnryer,' Douthlt; C -bcll. .: · ,-. ,.;·;' .'·.···' '..'· ·-":-'-:· - ' ' . ''IVnrnv Six -- Casey. 'Silvers. -.Sober; Tj A.rrowsnilUi. Heit, TitarquiJi, Cowen'. . The -schedule of . (ramea . . f or^' ^Tu FC'J.J 12 . w i l l ;bo' ns follow*: ·..·-·,:· · : -l'.. ' ' ____ UAino Twqr^ ·fi:2.V p.'- m / ' ,. · ' '.' . .-GarnV Thr«e-- Tcab ' .T.hre« . ' " , ,, Civic Club, \flttr Boll. ·'',..: , , ' lnttle' Clv1a""olub« . ! »ollcy bafl: .league, J\t Uln. -"T"- KiTM«!» l « . l n lh« lend, with .NewiiomerB .and. Licno.'tled for second ; \i-ltti' two; .^HlneB -each', won ; and lout.-! ThB:^Vo.i "tn'ry.,- hUB'givon ,ona'-: and-', lost ;, one .-fT : h$ ;v^mes for . Monday^- .ovenlnt;, ·.FabV»2ltTri^ ' ' · ' - · . 8:00 :n; m. -- notary ..vs;-"^*owromersi~ .- · \ Club 'member* and th«fc frlBndB 1 ar« . lo| w-lted to watch , tho games.' - . . . · .* . . . ,. /L'hore !· s t i l l ft 8hortuir«-oC- material at the "T" for tn« various. La«ketb» II leagues nmv pl«y1n« and Joesph aaltt«rB. athlotlc director -'has requested that ' nil who .arc" InterenU'cl.' In' the. gitm« report and .elgtt up lor one of 'tho : team?.' , .' -. !. . '. f i n d f i n e the held last year teat- en n .be t h e school w i l l - b e manager.of the tournament, and ho has already received the asslsnment ot teams. The division" of. - sehooi'.s, UK they now stand is as follows: · -Class A -- Mlttoon' Shclbyvllle. .I'jiiia, Taylofville. ' N q k o m l s . Hllla- boro. Windsor and- Assumption. Cliiss.'JJ--Morrlsonville. : Tpwcr HIM. Ir.vln.jf. W'llt. Ftndley. ; Strassburg 'and Kdgcwood. ' · · - ' ·' " .\ ' . ' · · MAY CHANGE .SOME. ..'. · ., It\ls linderst.c'od tliat there is tho : prpba,bl'.lty - of -"rcclassl'f icatlon mail '^cfdre.rtUp meeting- here .and that .th"»rq .'may.''-bo '.more"teams added- Ir. -boMV"A' a-nd B^closscs.. ; The-"'drawing for positions . a n d 'teams : ..agalnst ; -teams will' be made wlthln' tiie next two or three weeks. AIpo dale's'-iind-i hours ? p f ' . p l a y i n g . ; . ' Jilantiifcr Chatham lias -'. announced ·-that .the. liiajo'rtti' of..-the caixics' will ·be", played in-;.tlre .evening .so t h a t :'cvery'one'may iu.ttend .them. However, it will :be 'Ine'cossary for some ot the .'sjimcs'iiS '.bo : xpi'ai'cl. In tiic a f t e r n o o n 'hi' order\: to'.complete' the ischttilule. ; - Team-Red Bnll« . Ltlniitcd .... Mn.tiir.est ... Hiu-h Bulls Circcn Ba.ll« . TEN Player -- WAR ASK 'IJCACIIE. V.'. I.. Vet. ;ir, sj ,(ti l SU Rockford Fighter Rosy- Cheeked and Sing* ~~ Good Tenor. BV JOE WILLIAMS. Ther« were two reasons why Sammy Mandell would never amount to a dern as a prlse-flchter: (1) He was a handsome, pink- cheeked boy. (2) He sang tenor. That was what loiters, abound the pool rooms In Rookford, III., used to sounded Ilk* rood logic., This say. It subtle busfheis of demollslilngr jaws never did put a lofty premium on Valentino contours and operatic ton- ·ili. anyway. Nobody .ever called Bat Nelson a sheik. Jltn Jeffrie*- (ell a few de- Ifreos short of belncr an Apollo. Abe 'Attell would pas in In a crowd, provided you weren't particular. Even Bob Fitzslmmo-ns wore a blond toupee it was"hard to wo.rk up any enthusiasm over, his Grecian features. . ' 'PROVES STAR BATTLER, . B u t worst of all Mandell faced a career In the prlie ring as a tendr singer.!. That was the q u t l t that Irrltaf.efl the porcupine's back. "A soft-«rioe dancer at ttoe Ca- slTib," 'that's the' business for you. Sammy, not box-flffhtlng," hb» home town f r l e n d i entreated. You may recall reading? about this Mandell kid lately. He has havd B rather astonishing career'In the rlr.R the past two years, fighting first as a bantam, then as R featherwelgrht. and now--we are privately Informed --lie Is to eo after tho llehtweiehts. White, - Moran and ths rest. Ulti- m a t e l y it w i l l be leonard. M a n d e l l Is B t l l l a rosy-faced youth. B r i g h t y o u n K men who eo in for p i c t u r e s q u e phrases call h i m "thr sheik." And Sammy is still a teno'r singer. You should hear h i m tear off "An Orange Grove in California." Gcrtr.ude, I tell you lie Is positively a wow. No f o o l l n p . AND A GAME KID. TOO. And game! They don't coin 'em a n y gamer. He fought and whipped Sid Tcrrls w i t h two broken ribs Terris k n e w tha r'ibs were broken and fought accordingly. Mandell suffered plenty, but didn't squawk, and won decisively. More -recently he fouglit Jack n c r n s t c l n . at that t i m e champion of the j u n i o r llphtwetghts. Manclel' bWke-'a: Hand-In -the seoond round. said nothing, kept at tils task, went the l i m i t and pot a Craw. Not bad for a pink-cheeked tenor S j rif; r . a "sissy." as the school kids in P.ockford defamed hfrn. P l n n g h i i n i ^s ^!i .101 '.'.'.'. ·* .:ii .Vi HIOH 1'T.AYBKS. 'I'oair.--G. l^lni.' r»T I.ocnla O B. IS 51 57 45 ·IS fj7 07 HONORS .Tasaderia'V'CaV.; Feb. 9 -- I n . t h o wom- an's^niWlntet^itOurnament c/r-Sou thorn California'''at |I»s Angolos Country club,Tin".w.filch .tU«f»;:were 150 entrants^ MM.- HUtchlns of.Seattle de' ' Cameron, o f . Pasa-. ' d e n a - ' f o r ' - ^ f l g - h t f l l K l i t - h o n o r s . Mrs., Ch'ar'iiki'j'b^ 'teWiaiam*.. of '.'. Dwlgrht. 1 m;,.i»»onr'.rn -.tHe^.secondi'.fHc'nt over' Mr».;"V: C, Mlli«r s df"'New York. flOELAWSpNTQ BATTtEKRAMER Ml I w au kec^ Fe K .S--Joe Law son ha: signed toxmiet. Danny ;Kramer in.- the opcnlnif boo't of an 'all-iitar card scheduled- for'February.' ; is. The -card Is .headline!: b j Plnk Mltchel.' junior .-·.welterweight champion. wlio,.ls .to meet'Lcw;T.eridler of Philadelphia in a'10-roun"d\ match. ... .Man. . IT. U. .. C.. -13. . K x t r n s . . K. D I . U A G U E . W. i;. I'et. r," "o .(\~i» nl -r. . r ) l l S\vcot» Y n n k B Vegetarians .. IIooalorB ' TEN' Plttyera-- . D o h e r t y ;.' II. Crlnljran B. -MoMahou D. ,\v. Roiljreri v. i Jim :B»rry n. Davey .. 105 HVl ' isa l.VJ jr.a i:,.-. "Big Six" Leads Agitation Against Practice. New York, Feb. 9--'P)--Leg-'.alatlon against the b o n u s now written Into baseball contracts and offered cither for playln? excellence *r for g-ames w o n by pltciiers, win be pushed at the mid-winter meeting- of the National League here next Tuesday, It was revealed today. Abolishment o f , t h e bonus was urged by. C h r i s t y ilathea'son, prsldpnt of t h e Bosto'n club, at t!ie annual m e e t i n g , in Clilcaso la* 1 December, b u t it was op-posccJ by New York and W S J P h i l a d e l p h i a nMrgnatc-s. 8 . 47 ! Adoption of tiio 1921 schedule, ap- S. 4 ,ipolntment of the u m p i r e staff by s ,^i President John A. Ileydler, a report S(i.' ; on tiie. league's golden Ju'bilco cele- I b r a t i o n in 1523 and a plan to select n^. j t h e most v a l u a b l e player on eaati 234 o l u h n - I I ] h« n i m n n f f - o t h e r Important B1KI USrt I-IIGlf I ' L A Y l i R S . A v c ]S2 lilt iilder'- Holand Ixront. Goodwin · ........ cr D. Teamn--. .Woaflpeck' K a n t ' F' .lolly -Bowlcfg Y. w. w. II. r.tl 1,1 R7 B7 .(» , M3 MS 1'ICl 221. 1 20(1 214 1UC. HO. ssr BV.) 732 ITO. 170 233 22t 2111 1!XI 105 C | U |, w m [, e ft nattera before tho m e e t i n g . Luis Doies Ndt Care For South American Title Worth Just $125, Firpo Says; Knows Where Big - . Money la and Is Coming After It. BY spARnow MCGA.NX. · ! (Copyrlcht. 1921.) New York. Feb. 9.--Just why Lull Flrpo dttl«d the -South American: box- Ins authorities In the matter of meet- Inff Romero Rojai, the Chilean heavyweight. Is made cl«*.r In a letter just received by the writer trom o n e . of Firpo'a closest friends In Buenos Alre*. · "What do I care about the Sout!i .American champion," Luis ts quoted In th« letter a* remarking, "When, 1 came to the United States as champion of South America I trot $125 for my first fight. Bo, that's what It means to be champion of South America. I lauth. Belne champion of South America means nothing: at all to me. Anyone who wants It can have it." , TALt, EXPLAINING. If tliJ* caustic remark becomes prevalent t h r o u g h o u t Sptffftoty land, one may suspect that Luis w i l l have .to do more than talk over- the radio to set himself right with his patriotic fellow countrymen. This Romero-RoJas, by the w a y . now is enroute to Chile from France, \*here he certainly toro things wld« open. In South America this bis Chilean who has a goodly admixture of Indian blood, wes knocked out by everyone he met. But a year and a half ago h« went to France and began to hand out sleep wallops w i t h great frequency. HI* best victory wa* over Marcel Nlllen. who w o u l d rank as about a poor second rater In this country. · · ·WOULD BE MURDER. Having-beaten Nillea ho challenged Carpenticr and then beat It for Bordeaux and galled for C h i l e before Carpentler could snap the bait. Probably If lie thought Firpo were really going- to wait for his arrival, he would jump off the boat. Certainly It would be murder if the two met. While on the subject of South America it might be. observed that American managers and promoters hava things to learn about the raucus «rt oC ballyhoo. This statement Is made on the- basis of findings gathered from a sheaf of Rfo Janeiro pa- pers' which have Just com* i n t o Uu« country. v The steamship Pan American, beiir- inc Hughey G n r t l a n J to much tolit and Farmer Lodco to his doom, touched at Rio in t h o middle of Janu a r y and the two men were limmifll- a t e l y seized upon by *. band of Brsr.i'.ian sporting writers omi nuinii- ed dry. If the Argentine " f u n s don't come a r o u n d to meet thfl f a r m e r it will not be because they have no In- erent In him. but b«oiuite they nr» afraid. GOT OVCU BIO. One a r d e n t scrlue nays that Lodit* is more f o r m i d a b l e t h a n Domnsoy. In' f a c t , ho nta'.os. Lodrjo so g r r o a t l j r resembles the wur'.d's champio't heavyweight t i i t l If LicmpKoy uiul TjvtdKR were w u l k l n t r d o w n t h o stroec tsitle by side you mliilit pick l):mp»fy for Lodge nml v l r e YOI-HU. ThlR RinU*- i n e n t slvoy .a con*?rul l i n n c-n ibo Impression tlic iiic: sul up' K H V C . I n t e r v i e w e d c'.incci-Mlutr l i l x minl"ii RS to tho o u t c o m e of h l n h . ' i t t l n w l i l v Klrpo. Lotlpo {'tnlucd n o u n i l M HU f e - rocious and hon-lbU- lie to refiulri" r x - c l n m a t l o n i i o i i i t s 1'or n l m u b l r.vi-rv sentence w h e n th«»y v:ru lut i i i t ' l typo. It is p o i n t e d nut by the Kt'i sport a u t h o r l i U ' N th.-it Lodc° r e a l l y ranks n e x t to Demrsrr in t»'l!it ·« ability and t h n t noun people -oven t h i n k h e w o u l d prove h i m s e l f t h « champion's m a s t e r could Hempnoy l« induced to onto;- tho rlntf w i t h I-odi;«' GAP.TLAND CAUTIOUS. Garlland . h i m s e l f vii» a Ml mor-i cautious. He s n y n ho t h l n k n I''li-|io w i l l beat b o t h Knticc n n d Spalla because he rep-.inls l.'.tiw n « t h e e f i M n l o f . Demr^cy. H n x h c y n l n o c o n f i r m * Flrpo's s t a t e m e n t thin. the l'nm|ia p u n c h e r w i l l nut. r e m a i n In K o u l l t America, to c a r r y o u t I he order* of tha South A m e r i c a n b u x l n i ; a u l l m r l tics t h a t ho accept Homero-KoJai* challenge for t!io P u n t h A n i v r l c - n i i title. F i r p o , says H u t f h p y . w i l l (ir- c o m p a n y h i m t o t l i o U n i t e d H t n l r i late t i l l s m o n t h or e n r l y In March. He added t h a t he luid l l i l r t y pood f t . fers f r o m Ainei-K.'uu rlglilorii for battles vvllli t h e W i l d 12llH. LINCOLN SQUARE THEATRE · «-* · i f* 'i -g p* Friday, Feb. 15 ONE NIGHT SEAT SALE WEDNESDAY ONE NIGHT I.IAIL ORDERS NOW Mail Order* when accompAnled br co»h or ni'eoUnli stBiinpeil. Belf-fiddrBMMl enTrlope for return tf tivkcls onler of receipt. 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