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    Monday, July 21,1930
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, LA GRANDE, ORE.
Page Two
5 ;
CLOSE OUT ON ALL
SPRING AND SUMMER HATS
$1.95 -$2-95 -$3.95
HILL'S
La Grande's Largest Home-Owned Store
TILDEN TO PLAY
IN CUP MATCHES
I
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Agl'eCS tO iUOet IM'eilCll-1
,-.frr. JmiW His WiVnpe.
men rgdlllit nii i l&iiea
"and Better Judgment.
0
TAIilS. July 51 ifl William "
Ttlden II told the Associated Press
today that "aeainst my wishes and
better Judsmcut i nae accepi u
invitation to play for the united j
States In the Davis Cup- challenge i
round.
The American tennis star explained
the rule regarding syndicate writing
by amateur ccmesianiB
i.wi n . Hr.. n .tt.nt and he'
Hr': waived to a certain extent and he j
would be permitted to write tennis
artlclea for a news syndicate tor the
inree c c. v f ,
w-ainwiftY.
ajTcoi
iL' , S tear "7hSman !
of the Lnltcd & Jites Davis Cup com
m"teC. ,
1 ne oects:oii vi urc nu.ci.u
cup commlttw to play Tllden tn the
challenge round was received with
satisfaction bordering on delight by
Flench tennis officials and fans.
The Prench were pleased because
they felt certain Cochet would de
teat Tllden. They argued Borotra
gave Tllden such a hard battle :n
England he now Is conceded an even
chance to defeat the veteran Ameri
can. The delight of the .Frenchmen
came from the fact Tilden is certain
to pack the Roland Garros stadium
with a cheering, paying gallery.
SPRAINS .W'KIE
PARIS. July 21 tf Big Bill Tll
den. famous American tennis star,
sprained an ankle In a practice
match with Karl Kceeluh. Checho
slovakian professional today.
Tllden. who only today announced
that he had accepted an Invitation
to plav for the United Slate In the
Davis Cup challenge round, told the
Associated Press that he thought we
would be kept oft the couria only
one day.
A mxseur who attended him how
ever, said that he was unable as yet
to tell Just how serious the Injury
was nor Just when Tllden would be
able to play afaln.
IIRIT.UN'S OLYMPIC STARS
KNTEKKU IS CHICAUO MEET
CHICAGO British star of the
1M4 Olvnxplc games will be entered
in the 'British -American ganves here
August 37.
AvorT Brundftve. president of the
American Amateur Athletic Union,
said he had been assured that Percy
Williams, the Canadian who won the
100 and 200 meter sprints at Amster
dam: Lord Burghley. first In the 400
meter hurdles, ana Callaghan. the
Irishman, who holds the Olympic
hammer records, would compete here
The American team wtll be selected
from the outstanding college and A-A-
U. athletes.
ITALY 1 I LL Ol "CHAMl'IONS-
MILAN. Italy X Every Italian
athlete, aa well as foreign athlete, of
any note becomes to the Italian news
papers a 'champion." He may not
have come near winning any title,
but he is a "campione." nevertheless.
STICK-l P COSTS $4.0t
BIT HORSE REPLACES IT
NEW YKOK ttv-Men whose avoca
tion ia the race track, usually make
their money elsewhere and spend it j
there. !
In one Instance at leaek William !
U. Moore. New York building contrac- j
tor. reversed the process. i
Not so long ae loore was held
tip and robbed of a M.0C0 pay roll,
and shortly afterwards, his Lahor
won the Mcrrtsania Handicap at the (
Empire City track. t
Moore had bought the horse for )
7.000 a month beiore. and alter the ;
race had the pleasure of declining j
15.000 lor htm.
MMB1K HACK AND I HOST
LAPAYTTTT. Ir.d. n Purdue
football aarrtors aill wear e'rht-inch
numbers on lhe b.wt and wx-lnch
numbera on the Iror.l ol their Jet
sers nest season to make It possible
to identltr easily a plajtr no matter
which way he turns.
I'KKP.VKE NKtiATIXE AKUl MKNT
SALEM. Ore. July 11 Lee
M.-AUiter of Saltm. member of tAe
atate legislature, will be In Portland
today to prepare a rsepatlre arKument
on the bill providms for a cabinet
form of (rorr.n.nl lor Oreeon. The
anrumen: will appear In the roters'
pamphlet.
ttlrhr tjaallfle. A ure
TURIN. I'.alT P! The Dtiehess oi
Pistil, c-.e.nlwr of the royal house
tf Savoy, p.vl her evanilnaUons t
as a Iraine-il nurse with ease. SSe !
entered tne examinations with the
rrvular cx::ii:iates
NtnitallUnd Ka'..e Mlk
MOCADICIO. Italian Samoall
land ,4, Cultivation of silkworms
h bren bevun here with the plant-
tv.s cf 4C (X rr.uitwrry tree trans- i
jjviited tztxn Italy The quality of j
the cocoon thus Jar ctained is of
the bfl
f.KAIN OKruKATK.V ULES
SAIEM. Ore. Jily 21 The
Parmer Niticnal Oram corporatlcn.
capiialned at 10iXXU.Vi. ha filed
with Ui ate rpOftion drpartment
declaration of its intention to oper
ate tn Orr n It a a DrUware cw
pcratioc with C E. Huff, of Chicago,
pre'te:it. Orecoa offices are in
the Pacific buildin. Portland, and
J. V. Beach is tne Oregon representative.
Young Stribling
Quit Caution At
Dempsey's Word
MACOX ua. ueorgias imf
peach, suddenly transformed from a
icaullous boaer to a puncher, socked
lhiJ OTy from an obscurity wrich fell
MACON. Ca. l Georgia's fistic
otcr mm 'o11ok1,1S 1 mediocre per-,
1 fcrmance against Jack Sharkey tn j
Miami.
Stribling. lithe Teteran of more I
ithan 300 lights, although he's only
j26 started a new drive for the title i
iwnrn ne knocked out Otto Von Porat j
ln tlle im pound m Chicago.
Down ln Dixie, where the home
folks have strung along with Strib (
even ln his bad moments, meyr
other than Jack Dempsey '
,me OI the credit for the Georgian's
spurt and his new lethal powers..
- ,.,h. At.
' k and Mx j
" '"."C " roe the
- .
hwirtwirht c ham oion if he f onrot i
- m, of bis cautlonaded In alet
ntatch with Max Schmellng.
he TO ln knw a otw c ,he ,
m. rotnrfiil flrre of the titfht f
game. Trained from cmionooa eyi""".'- T-
r.th.r-.,u.e.r former acrobat. ; Ortman and Palm; ide. Htlvey
WtlH did sorr.e of h:s first fifhtlne ;
for nothing because "Pa" wanted the
prcmcters to look "the boy" over.
He fought in virtually every weight
division as he grew up and has new
been knocked out.
Besides that, he's a first class !
aviator, has a plane of his own. boasts ,
n mtuiwrl license and is a llvmir
officer In the army reserve corps.
Proof of Wisdom
There Is ncitutir ? l:fce it
tvSse nmn as a fool who IioMs
his (CU St. franc! tie
Sales-
Begtnr.ta of Radia
Gil.ilietrjo Mtrvi'iti's s of
ajio eor-'nunlciitien was interne-'
J IVMJ Lt I
. Titer t$ c- s;.e f i!t! moo y
key nati t Nrtl Anwria aort.1.
of tlte I'.lo (.Jrantie.
Began "Ciaia Stor Idea
The first "Vlwin" st.rvs a !
Hshnl la Arr.wTica were tbe
.ng of tN? Htiiin l-ay com-1
Yes There Are Plenty ;
inM-ttni-w'T 5..MVti a-oth;
r(irv C , . .." .:"
f hanatK are iu.i-v.vw
uacM - ' ' -
'
Generosity er Care'eisaess? t
f.ir-..r nn InJnrv." ai-.l Hi
be rvriorv;ty or only csrvIe5Si3.
-Washington S:ar.
To Get Rid of Aati
A few dwps of o.l of cv!if
co-Jar oil u$ol for fi'rs) t-i
!be sl.clf cov-Ts will firivs
aius.
a vt ay
Jcwiih Laws Compiled j
The TaSraud is a cf Jtwt!i !
law cn-.:tinc of two par:?, the
Mi?hna. or rext, and the (..Vir.ara,
te CAu:n'.ontary.
I
Concp!itan Actress I
Sarah l5-ruliard:. grvat Fivn.h !
actrv$. was t'orn a Jev Im- j
lited a Cath,ic; by binU ;'e Waj
French and by marriage si;?
V.
MR. TITE OF TITUSVILLE
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OOTTA COT EOiCS
ON THE CQskS
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Missions Lead
As First Week
Of Pla' Closes
j Bv the Associated Pre
The Missions today were the only
team ln the Coast league which had
1 taken more than the odd game of
- Ut week's sent, and led in the
fcUuidings after the first week of the
second period.
The Eeds were shut off by Senile.
S to 0. in yesterday's morning game
as Lamanaski effectively for the In
i dlans. but came beck to taiie the
afternoon contest, 6 to I. with Her
man Palette on the mound, making
I
it fire out of seven games. j
I Iturks Lose Serle
Winning streaks of both Holly
' wood and Los Angeles were punc
, tured during the week, although the
i Stirs squeezed out a one game mar
gin in their week oi piay wiin ra.
Und. The Beavers pounded Yde and
una. wt KltOT pot
! Hulvcy lor a 13 to 1
nrst game yesterday, wi
ginning pitcher.
for a 13 to 1 win m laeir
game yesterday, with Ortman the
cause for a protest was found In'
the afternoon frame by Manager ,
Wocdall of Portland when the con- '
teat was called In the sia'.ii on ac- I
count of a train schedule. Baroee's i
homer in that luiunj had just ;
brought In four runs to give Hal-.
lywood the game. to 3.
The Angels downed Oakland. 11 to J
4. In the afternoon game, collecting;
a & to 1 lead on tne iirsi tnree in
nines off Chauhcad and Pearson.
Bupt the Oaks had cinched the series
i n the mornine when Henderson.
his second league game, repeated his
first performance of holding Los Ar.-
gelesw three hits. The Oaks won.
. . . a
1 to 0.
sacs Tate Tour in Row
Sacramento made tt four straight
ever Sun Francisco by winning 8 to
V, In the thirteentn. yesterday after
noon at Sacramento, after having
downed the Seals 7 to 4 In the morn
ing at Stockton. Bryan and Freltas
were the winning pitchers in Jhe
morning and afternoon, respectively.
At Los Angeles first game:
Portland 13 16 0
ane Cevereld.
Second game:
R.
3
S
H.
6 1
5 C
. Portland
Hollynocd
i Called la SiXthl.
Mails. Mars and Palm:
Hcllerson
ana nasuer,
At Oakland first game:
Los Ancelea .-
0 S 0
Oakland
Becht and Hnns.h:
.19 0
Henderson
and Read.
Second game: R- H. E.
Los Angeles It 14 0
Oakland . 4 8 0
Peters and Warren: Crcchead. Pear
sen. Durr.ov-.ch and Lombard!.
At Stockton morning game:
San Francisco 4 11 1
Sacramento 7 11 0
M.Dousral and Penebsky:
Bryan
and wirts.
At Sacran'.fcto second jTirr.e:
San Tranciico , 7 !T 0
&icrmsi:to 8 1 1
Jacobs. Turcin and Gas'.oo; Krai-
Ik. Viirt. Gould nd Win. ?
At i-n francisoa raofiiiii :ar.
sea;:ie , 6 10 O
mxssaohs . -'- 0 5 0
tAinaniki and Bomuu; Ueer.
CVurcuh wsd Hcfmar.n.
Alitvsooa
gasc:
R. H.
t 6
6 10
Stt
KaIo. Kua and Cck H. P-Ue
rad-.nd He;;
SALI'M TEAM WINS
f AIXH Ore. July 21 6.rtch-
tug their hits foe every bse possible.
the S&iens Senators defeased Albanr
eundiy. t to 4 m a WtUamette
Valier Ituf game. Ti Alcos out-
Salerr. ccCIecting 11 aaf et.es c:f
the drlirery of Aniy Peterson. Hcw-
ever, the Senators did a neat KO el
be ninnuig and made the best of
-heir 10 ciouta off Portier arid Strti-
mate..
Albany scored two in the third and
t cne eaih in the fourth and SiitX
Saletii tailed two in the second, tr-ree
! in the fifth and two in the seventh,
j ctritmater relieved Fort;r on te
c-sjund fee Altany in te seventh.
The ice re; R. H E-
.V;aT 3 1 I
- 7 13 I
Pcrtier. Ptritmater and McClain:
Peterson and Edwards,
Bat Not as Slave
Kveryfcodjr airws tint children
capht to work. Vrom a very early
ace iey should help with t.e
t-oc e work and ch-rv- should tav?
rv5po.:!,.ty. Woman's llou;e
Codpi'-
Johnny Adams. 20 year old recruit ;
pitcher "with the New York Giants.;
has a contract that provides he must j
r.ot be firmed cut tht year.
Kin SE' J CUTTlM" jX.V..i CM
IXFECT FROM CO-4?.' Vr:D.
res A wciSv? K.
THr AIN'T vsr.'S
vwk COrlErTSSEO
H'.lk-
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O- - - -
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t?7lW
THE
ECOtSCMiST.
S r- x
I if 'AUM
I - tL 5fti rToriwJOs MAKt.t first
r "z -TT-' . -L -n -voyage.- in 35 vears it
j JLlf.isT- " ' s TWIO fCR0SS BOSTOM HAR&OO
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Anderson Will
Quit Following
A. A. U. Contest
SEATTLS
The rn:.ed Ste
will proabiy los the services of
S:5v-e Anierscn. &?ati. nA;:onal in-
nerit-s;iite hUh hurdle chajnp:on
r.id Jcrmer r,ai:cnsl Iot stick title
hc'.i rr. for the Olympic Games
it Los Ansc'ew. , ; .
Tne former Cnivs-rs:
Z. k . rrj
2,
. -vt who
t-h hard ie PE-cord of H. seconds
to win '.t e-rent ; the big Chicago
urxck and field :ees list June, plans
to t-LTz up tus spikes af'.er the Ka-
tiacil A. A. t. cii!
picnthips in Pitis- .
burfh, A'lCUSt 22 to 25.
After the Chicaxo mt'. Anderson
ned a gro-p of athletes for a bam
s:cmiri? trip to Eunrpe. bus Intended
to return tci Arr.tr: ca m time for the
Pittsburgh progra...
I arr. no: layin? any plans to com
pete :n the Olympic and from
where I new stand. I don't believe
I will part ic: pate at Lea AnrelesJ
d ADderwo bfiare goig to Europe-
"I ran in one OrmrJc meet. I have
had the EaUsacttan of ccrapetuie In
tie N&tioaal Cclleciates aan the Na
ticaal A. A. U. charr.pianships and I
leei that I have about reached the
cross Tiid.s in rr.T hie -a-here it is tune
to branch awsy frcm athletics and
K5 all my enrr.es toward layuig out
a carter for myself.
"Of course there is the possibility I
may try to take cne final ranj: at the
hurd.e in the 19" ?2 Olympics, but
odds are aiainst such a program."
Uses for Shark' Teeth
S;ark tt--?!h- r.re nM for
"a-.T.y" '.n soirt? of the raoISc 1?-lan-:.
wb;:e in CMra they are
moQi.uM in r-'.J to form altraotive
P.TiiXl.I-V 1
Aba
Wo of;n
by tr. i.r.s o
nd prt:ablj
a n;.'.'.iVo n-;
ii Ourselves
;.vivcr wf.sl wiil do
:i w!uit wiii not do;
be w'iO never niade
.er mad-
"
V USCcll Jtlltt
1 HCW TrE OU5
' '.v..FI-lrT
Ike v-0'jlot Give
A FELLER, "lhstt
C"tE SSlTri.QL'T FUVT
StE N KiS lAWNER.
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DREAMS OF YESTERDAY
Athletics Only
i Leader To Win
In Sunday Tilts
ix iir.s k Knllrton Jr.
j a a if-d Press Scona Writer)
Eac:e Morgan of Cleveland won a ! gin the battle of Beverly Country foolbrj. team," remarked Earl Camp
rime by a home run in the ninth j club, scene of the Western Amateur u fize manager of the Husky
jestcrci&'y. He sUmmed his 18th cir-; champtonsiup tournament. . 1 athletic organization. Jimmy Phe
cu:t fclo-r of the season with one; 3UIT gixtr. of Milwaukee.' and Art bas made a big nit In taking
cut ar.d one ocd base to defeat the; S7reet; of Chicago, headed the parade i DOld of the grtdiroQ outfit. We may
l ustia the irorit of those more Jam -
-ous home run hitters. Babe Ruth,
and uju ueni'.g.
nu.ii juicm w ---
bum Shoifner. a perennial xicum of
ttcRuthian drives, in tne wiun in-
nmc.
Or? Jin c
2dtn a moment
later and another tn the next 'iPr " t lf musn amateur
nir. B:g Falk pave Morcan ' Je mleht decide to
thin? of a race for tne Ppot-. Jf?' ther aldnt mod -
IpOt by tutting for the circuit when Should Tollev fail to, start,
the nt m.
he
r peered as a pinch batsman
the sisth.
Jiramy Foxx also had the satisfac
tion cf winning a ball game by the
hesr.e run rcute.
Fcxx connected witii Guy Cantreli's
deii.-ery for No. 26 with one mate on
base in the enchth and enabled the
Philadelphia Athletics to defeat the.
CwtroitTir-rsl Tto"3. Other results'
cf this homer were to s;,e ' -; crcateur at reocie xcba h. v-... '
Grove tus 13;h v.c:orr of the year, j year, felt he had had too much golf ;
Bromn Down Salons and decided not to accept the lasue ;
T5 Senawrs produced a ptaca? Charles (Chlckl Erans. of Chicago,
homer br Joe jucm in the ninth ln-; who has won the western title eight
c:ri followed by a snilto clout by : times, had the most impressive prac
An Shires, who supplanted Judce at ucc score, carding a 73 over the r
lirt base but theT only produced 71 test Saturday. He was regarded as
thre- rans. not eno'uih to overcome a front rank threat, as were Jack
KTst liuu lead ad the Browns , Westiand. 1SGS French ,
won 8 to 6 ' champion: Dick Martin and Johnny
Chicaio s White SOI pulled out a 5 Lehman, a pair of .hlg
to Ttc-.orr over the Bed Sox In titholders: Keefe Carter of Okla
the ninth in.-Unr of the second game homa City, a ama
alter nounding out a 16 to 4 de-! tear champion, and Gus hovotny of .
cision "in the opener as Ted Lyons ' Chic&ic , K. ,
scored his Hin r.ctory of the sea-1 Course n Good shape
in ni.j, of blisterlne weather tne
The St Louis Cardinals handed the ' fau-ways were in good condition, but ,
National leaiue leading Pbins 15 UK greens were fast ad vrtcty. Ber
to 6 trouncinr. drinng BiU Clark erlys greens are well trapped, and j
from the mound witn seven runs tn the rough U regarded as especially .
the second toning.
Chicago went down wltn naroiy a
,, .7? .h !, nt the
urmur under the assaults ox
; 17 blows and won by a 13 to 6 count.
Hack Wilson hit his 2th home run
:-of the year as the final Cub gesture
oi tne game.
Boston and Cincinnati, battling for
sixth place, failed to reach a decision
in their attempt to break the cur-
I earn- 8 to 5 with tome run bar -
race behind the effective pitching of
jpd Lucas but Boston reversed the
I result in the second, pounding three
pitchers for a 13 to 1 triumph as.
; Tom Z-ichary held the Reds. j
Hit Nose Knows
i Then there is the country MlW
J who vrtKit to town, and before jroinjr
i back home dnppe.l into a drus store
; and aked for a bottle of perfume,
j The clerk afked him what flavor be
1 desired, and he replied: "Oh. any
! ihirs that sraeJU like gals." Paih
j finder Mairaxine.
Children Wiser Now
The chief dunsvr in rr5
thins$ so U;e kid wont catch on
it thut I:e may correct your spell
in;. Graud Uapids l-ress.
Educa'Jon Problem
The preetu prcMem of the
school and the hor.:e is how to
ltr.iart to tb children of u!ay
D-.H only tNe ancient rc-.imHlie.
but also the cew csrac::ips and
morives th"v sre sure to need.
Ctiries W." Eliot.
Keep Sileat, bat Alert
"Kep silent and listen. said HI
JT.r tl. of CtiLnstown. "bul
. ert Inn e ih.i rnn wr:!l hw TSel
tr a ki wfc ' lias fa.ifn asleen.
WasSviiif.cn Stir.
laeabator Dwcka
l;ct hsirt-ej in ircnljtpr Sre
nt aiiowed it to swi3n:ui cn:!l
tT are s?v.jn eii os,L ia or!w
to wait until llr.:ir f.'atiirs are well
Western Amateur
Tourney Begins;
y. ; -v w-v ; chorused after the regatta, in mailing
linn MnPlm IIPPK'lt Plm that Washington, far from!
JLUIl i'lUC JL 1 .J; mmnl.lnta. win be back
i
July 21 An army
! CHICAGO. JulT 21
j of ' eolfers diew Its steel today to be- ;
; oualtfring reut which will be fin-
i hd Tuesday. The low 82 then will
; set out in match play duels, wiin tne
, 3e-eoie cnampionsiiip ium ac iw
c..
Mt bothered contend-
" T -rn .
t m taeir .uuu H :
mjpMIji PerkiTsS. "another f ormer
B.tii. aniiteur titienoiGer. wno now
-des in New York, would rank as
Se Britisa hope. -
Mae On Deck
Don- Aloe of Portland. Ore., defend -
lag ehamolon. was on deck, but was
net due to start out until late.
Kinj" Bobby Jones from the national
jr-hnnv Goodman, wno eiuninatca
: ."'"LTIT. tmiiM for
tajuu. -
i adventurous shotmakers who attempt
to fire over mem on me k.v
hcles.
Figures for the yards of ter
ritory are:
Pir out .53 443 544 3S.
Par in . 3i3 444 4353571.
' " .
JacFarlan ff MS
I M etTOVOUtCLTl 0pfl
j
, stORD N T JulT ai jsk
Wiliie Mac Far lane of Tucxanoe. t.
is the new Metropolitan open golf
champion.
In a battle of former national open
champions. MacPartane beat Jahnny
Farreil of Mamaroneck. N. Y.. by two
vesterdav in their 36-hole
playoff of the tie in which wound
uxip tne recuiar .a-noxea u-
p.'onship play.
MacParlane held the open Utlt in
1925 and Paxrell tn 1929.
League
Standings
Bt the Aoe(ated Press
COAST LE.4C.I K
W. U
Mission
Oakland - 4 3
Sacramento 4 3
Hollywood . 4 3
Los Ancelea S 4
Portland 3 4
San Francisco . 3 4
Seattle . .. 3
pet, ;
.714 !
5-1,
-571
.571 i
.429
.429 !
.419'
-3S:
Pet.'
.43 1
490
4J4 .
.424
.453
.465 '
.4-55
Pet.,
74 !
SiS
.4$4
JOS
-4SJj
.M
J73 ;
J0
NATIONAL IXAOIG
Xj.
Brccklyn .
; ChKajo .
4
-41
4
.-44
41
4
-40
-39
Si
37
40
40
44
4
New York
S: Lotus
Fittsbungh
Boston
C.nCimiat
. . Philadelphia 39 U
i AMLRIC.VN U.lbl b
W Lv
j Fhiladeipkla ea 30
i Wasiiinrtoo . 57 33
' New York 3 37
CHtTJind 4 44
D-i-csu 43 40
Ctiaio 5 43
LouU 34 44
Sport Slants
Bv Alan J. Gould
(Associated Press Sports Editor)
One of the questions that came up
In recent debate I had with the
sage of South Bend, Knute Rockne.
was this:
Why shouldn't the college of the
tj. S. A., while furnishing fully 90
per cent ot the track and field talent,
and at least 7S per cent of the rest
of the competing forces In the Olym
pic games, also take charge outright
of the American Olympic organiza
tion? ... .......
Rockne. In common with a vast
group of college leaders, believes times
have changed sufficiently to warrant
a new Olympic deal, with tns A. A.
Xj. removed from the controlling posi
tion It long has held, replaced by
seme such grouping as the National
Collegiate A. A.
The answer probably la that u and
when the N. O. A. A. musters the
executive power, equipment and vot
ing strength, it probably will over
throw the A. A. TJ. or effect a com-
; promise working agreement.
Four years ago the N. C. A. A., led
'by Palmer Pierce. Henry Breckin
ridge and John Griffith, made a real
tight for control of the American
i Olympic association at Washington.
They lost out when it came down to
a matter of actual ballots. Where
upon they walked out on the meet
ing. Since then, however, new leaders
more elven to persuasion and confer-
fence than to political acrapplngs,
I have gone to the front In each group.
jMuch of the old spirit of warfare has
waned. This year may witness a mu
tual agreement in the Olympic unit
i whereby the colleges will have at
I least a voice in the affair even If It
is only one voice m a quartet.
"Had I rejected the title. I prob-1
ably would nave been ln the limelight
for three days and be then forgotten. .
Now the tension will ctmtinue until;
mr next match and- therefore I will i
earn more money." - I
Thus, according to the cable dls- '
patches, reasonea uu (Kuiunuit r
i on his return to Benin, it uua n- (
i ether notch to Der Maxie's record as
a business man under the tutoring '
; of Joe Jacobs, but if the German
j j tMnfr any "tension" exists over the .
: ; prospects of another heavyweight
i i loust he may be disillusioned lm-;
mediately and forthwith.
Washington, long dominant on the .
waters of the Hudson, took Its set- ;
back at the hands of Cornell and :
"Old Man River" with the philosophy ,
and rood srjortsmanship characteris- I
tic of the Huskies from the North- j
l west.
"Alibi Not on your life! " they i
stronger than ever next June for the
cc
Meanwhile, keep your eye on our
but I beUere we are on the right
track. Phelan has generated new
spirit into things at Seattle.
ALEXANDER RELEASED
TJALXAS. July 21 Grover Cleve
i land Alexander, veteran pitcher, was
given ha outright release today by
) the Dallas club of tne Texas league.
Pailure to keep training rules after
i he had promised to co so several
( , 7
' vtce president of the Dallas club, as
i lhe reMn tor Alexander's removal
1 "
Babe Ruth and Brick Owens the
(umpire who recently chased him from
; av.Bja.ao,
j are good friends.
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