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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1927, Galveston, Texas nx TEX DAILY 17 TEXAS OPEN at Willow Spring Is Flooded by Rains With Unsettled Weather Forecast Associated SAN Jan reports tonight o little encouragement for the hosts of who had to tee off In the annual Texas open golf tournament at the Springs golf course here Friday The tournament originally scheduled to start Thursday postponed until Friday today when intermit tent rates flooded the fairways and greens Weather reports how ever indicate that unsettled conditions will continue until noon at least mating another postponement likely Most of the hundred odd pros In town for the tournament spen the dnv decks of cards aad attending theaters but few went to polish up their strokes on the practice plots The cours has closed five days in order to make certain that It will b In the best possible condition when play starts The entry list will close the time having been extended a day when the tournament was postponed TO OPEN Hagen and the of the players who have not yet entered are arrive some time row morning Among today's entries Harold O Beer San Tom Boyd Foil Gold Club New Andrew Brown Beach Jim Carberry Creavy Bonnie Briar Club mont N Y Waldo port Eddie Gayer Chicago Jack Guild S W J R Inglls Dayton Ohio George Tom Kerrigan Mount T Country Club aon H Martin Angeles E Manning U C eori Chicago J E Rogers burg B Schmutte Lima William Brown Lido Long Bench N J pico Mexico John Sawson Chicago K Fleming BTansM City low New York C Altos Chicago Jordan O P Akron Ohio Cincinnati F B Walter Tulsa Ok Will Roy entering--ihe tournament today W Baker Jack Burke ton Butler Joe Waco Garra W B Glass Dallas Jenkins ple lie Houston: Tom Beaumont A Waco Fred Dallas Gene Bedford Houston: A U Chavez Austin Cunningham Houston Jack Dold Dr Franklin Austin Clarence Hubby Waco a U McDowell Wichita j PRESENT RECOM OF SPRINGS COURSE IS 70 HOLES EASY By records probably will be shattered and Again by ex- pert golfers which will compete in the Texas open tournament here The course which Is a 71 lay but present the record la 70 which Is held by Bobby Cruickshank who made the score in practice last week and Tom Lalley local professional Many of the holes are easy and the be lowered times course streams couple deep traps bunkers heavy Almost be down dle to avoid trouble A description of No Tard yard drive is necessary the Vor -a at the dogleg bend The creen is elevated and guarded by a stream which flows In front of IL No creek which flows in front of the tee and Park Houston: traps around are the tin J U Taylor Houston JL H- Thompson Austin Houston: W BALL HIGH TO PLAY SATURDAY Ball High's Purple and Gold caters will swing into at Sam Houston IB surrounded by heavy School when the features of the bole No drive here must carry at- to the Is well trapped No and narrow fairway with plenty of and other rough Green well No perfect Iron shot to reach which fs protected Jake which into the fairway at one aide son Davis High of Houston trill start promptly at 8 game o'clock Coach Spoor will spend the mainder ot this week hU as the graduation of Hoyt Watson and removes of nls forwards mentor the task developing n goal to take the place of Watson and likewise must discover a serve man of the caliber of Spoor likewise will have to work the defects that cropped out in the Heights game Tuesday night in Houston Jn the mentor believes he will not have any great difficulty that the team he well trained Heights plays by the time the month takes place woods and traps force players uphill drive to avoid trouble 5 Yards a of No 4 Hole Is No 8 Par 422 A dogleg with the creek in front of the tee Par clean straight iron shot Is required to reach the green which lies behind -a maze of traps and considerably than the tee No tee sits on thirty above the fairway which fs crossed three times by the burn In the first 150 yards No leg which to the right from the The only 13 yards of being a par five No nightmare of traps and bunkers No to be almost the hole at which Chick j Evans describes as the most perfect j hole fae ever played There Is no j water to worry the player but traps jand bunkers are mixed with the patches of woods near the fairway so cleverly that the player has to have No is well trapped and Is only 12 yards short of being a par No way eaten up with and the j guarded by pits No j way Is very narrow and the rough j Is very rough 1 I In front of tha tee 566 creek Is the worst hazard or hole No proach shot must be played uphill across s creek which runs 50 yards in front of the green i x x FIVE PILED UT 73 TO 35 SCORE The Houston 1 K X Quint prove to be far too powerful for the loca I K X carers piling up a 3 to 35 score on their local breth ren It was a fast game with th jumping Into the lea In the opening period arid makin this lead bigger and as th game Houston forward wa the outstanding star of the piling up a of 28 point for his team Elite Levin secure high scoring honors for the Calves ton quint with a total points He waa closely followed by H Levin who made a total of 15 points The T K X A 5 FUld C FouL G Pti at 10 I K FleM G Foul G Pts 1 0 ToUIS -i 14 FIVE GOTH FLYERS TO TEXAS FRIDAY HIGHT ra the In a ast and contested game ut on the Fort Crockett court ng up score of 41 to I forward scoring honors with a al of IS points He was closely Thompson of the Sixtieth flyers who tallied of If Friday night at Fort Crockett viators Will take on the strong s City Athletic Association n promises to be of the played here In a long me last night's game were i G Foul G ltd forward 6 IS foiw Tuhrhop o Lain ruar Totals Field o Fool O PU 1 0 2 S 0 forward 4 8 arch guard 1 2 ard 1 2 Totals TWO OF TEX SUFFER New Jan 26 Tex Rickard's elimination program as Jolted today when two of the contenders Jimmy Maloney I Boston and the Spanish ood chopper were alties both with injured received Jn raining at Boston according to hfs Dan Carroll baa forced mediation of a bout in Cleveland Johnny Bisko scheduled for suffered the In- ury in a recent bout at Tampa Fla ith Homer FAIL TO JS CONFERENCE A tramp in On rein WAS SO STIFF 1 TO FOUND IS MAHY BAPTIST COLLEGES By New Orleans Jja Jan 25 a tremendous improvement In the athletic situation nod colleges as a whole of at today told Southern Baptist education here that in fumi Baptist regarded by athletic fcs obstructionists to the upon reaching both unofficially and officially tin a-n officer of Southern Inter- Athletic Association lo Furman University B T Baptist toward and lame be could hardly bend the or l went lo work but had to come directed he writes I applied freely and to I IOWA was as good as new next morning thanks to the quick cad sure action jan Of Sloan's tonight As good as new next morning after simple home treatment After tramping around all day with feet while out a delphia found himself so Sloan's gives real relief because it doesn't just deaden the pain It u to the body to throw off the cause 3 the painT Apply a little lightly without Right away the stiffness and pain tase up as fresh blood W sent to the eoro spota Get a bottle of Sloan's today and have it on hand for the first All centa j the i tt nnd ji fMd to 6 Drako Sir thu liu St Jan St Cardinal pitcher who won two games of last world series failed to come to a conference dent Breadon yesterday It was learned today Hainea who asked for a tial increase in salary left for his at out signing a contract Another Fight Party to her blr tt Garden Friday wilt square off Paul In flKht that a whole lot to do with the of the heavyweight elimination conducted by Tex to a suitable opponent Tunney at present of the there U no aUke In the battle It should be a real with no quarter asked for or expected from either pur The News has arranged another party A special wire from donn All the round by Jack DavU will handle the usual manner A rood crowd out to hear announce the scrap and cations are that a crowd will turn out to hear him reel off the cattle DOCTOR'S DIAGNOSIS PROVES FRACTURE OF NORFOLK'S JAW Willie Henry la the paw I boxed I hit on the iaw declared Battling Kid folk last as he sat up bed at 616 Twenty-sixth street with his Jaws In a plaster cast He's a mighty eood boy git a guod punch in both of hla and he has great chances up among the real big boys He's hard to get to hard to Jab Tea sir I'll say he looks like a Battling Kid suffered a complete fracture of the left angle of his Jaw in hla fight with Henry at the auditorium day night vlt was in eighth round of a go that did the It tore loose the work tln mouth and he cloae his jawa It was an- just after Referee Tom Cobb e was on his knees with his hanging limply at hii iat hla jaw was counted the Memphis battler out when he was on his knees with long an side th Then it was announced that the was merely dislocated Some of the fans thought Norfolk was stalling But a diagnosis made Sealy Hospital yesterday morning by Dr W R revealed the fact that Norfolk's jaw waa actually fractured aet the tured bone and put the Memphis jaws in a cant It will be a month before the cast Is removed and probably six months before Norfolk be in to fight again Accompanied by Pat Willie Henry will leave veston tonight for Los where he U booked fight In go either oh or Fob A matchmaker in San Joae Is al Henry's services In a main go ty to Putts Costs Hagen Inability to short cost Walter Hagen a victory with T- With gainst Dr Barl Cone Bartlett The two i emerged 3 up in a match which waa sprinkled with brilliant golf demonstrated that could dowa fairway with he best of them and his hots were all that could be ibt once on or -some reason or was un- able to sink i the ball Several he putts were mot more three cup A large the than one comment was heard excellent n which his His best shot of afternoon i twelfth green when he hipped out of a trap tha f the green played the an accuracy which is seldom and missed sinking the ball matter of Golf In Dr Code too re played In a manner befitting Dr Cone the His Hegen and likewise his approach shots playing welL Although Mr drives fd not get the distance of r Cone's Moore made up for it n his The playing of Ir up to hla sual standard and more than once e drew applause with a executed approach T Hagen not only lost the match esterday but failed to establish course record negotiating the 38 oles ID par He id demonstrate however that he new how-to play his lay them Hagen's went bad tne green when be missed a three outer which would have given him four and allowed him to halve mately 300 yarde and he easily went on ki two the back end of the third he three the his fourth On the hole Mr spoon made a beautiful approach having a bad Ha on the third over the and hia barely topped the trap causing hlin to take a six Dr nj TO mcrae STAFF WE DETROIT By Mich Jan o thV our of th American loft over from of tho Detrol are the heritage of former American will allot the club thi year One of this itar outfield trio will be selected for position vacated by the manager for you Heinle the league lead Ing batter average lait year Bob and who of each back of Babe Jn second place are nucleus N The outstanding winter of Marty McManus Louis fielder who by other major league clubs McManua will play third base present plain indicate ra turned to will remain at first base Charlie will a- leading date for alienee as reorganization but h Cone likewise hard this hole a hit the rim ol the cup and bounded off about four Inches difficulty waa experienced from this point to the when Dr Cone's drive went into a bunker and it cost to fet out played hia shota straight down the fairway and down In while the others took On the eighth Hagen's drive was on the green but took two putts On the ninth the east wind caused the bis ball out jf bounds while hla second went nto the rough Hagen also the rough but played out easily t On the Kajen made his jest shot of the afternoon after hta drive had cone Into the trap at the side of the green He chipped the ball out playing the roll of tne green to On tho Hagen again a short jutt for a four On the sixteenth Or Cone made a beautiful approach abut from the aide of the green and lng ball by a fraction of an inch Following the match had nothing but for the local course declaring that It wan one ot the best that ever played and I Ike wise complimenting of golf played by nents He departed San Antonio where he will iate in the Texan open ship which starts tomorrow Amusements ot Normandy The topic of conversation on the Sips of everybody In the the staff e anil lovers In the com- nt of May Comic Opera Company In the and directed her own ght opera companies his short period of time ome established In the four corners I the United States to known and In a- class with he famous She has already revised Robin The nd The Bohemian Girl and now la musical gem of light opera Chimes of which he now fittings The lighting effects are ovel and the whole production hows much effort put forth in tage direction and detail At the Conrad Nagel declares a man not an actor all manner of skillfully This was answer query i to why he had changed his f role suddenly from that of Antic lover to plays the part of an can doughboy In the ation in Edward now at the Greater Queen Theater el Is not going to remain In comedy roles however for his next part that of Captain j Harding In The Mysterious island Is a romantic with tic comedy At be Dixie Onn of the greatest horse racing ever filmed Is Bred in Old Dana's first vehicle for F B O bowing for the laat times today flt the Xo I Theater Na The at the Martini famous of Norm a Theater 2 and performances Minn Jo city u cast of artiste best light opera America and an tra directed by At the age of 15 conducted the Hood at the fork Theater New York nn conductor of late being first to wield a baton Tho throughout the country took f unusual girl Later she became a conductor under the late Victor Herbert from the first waa to give In our own all hy During part four seasons eho lina Dana had to make a picture of this type and m ng the that would be her initial production under her new hft had In mind Miw Dana's atlon of the Irish legacy of one race horse Is her dole XS delightful Al the Martini in to army of followers by an different Of hnr An excellent Oland Tully Julanne Johnston field and John are ACTIVITIES OF DEBATE DI SENATE By Associated Frees Washington Jan activities In again today t In the senate with Senator Wheeler the senate to take a stand the ad- The challenge passed without for- the senate turning back to consideration of the a running fire dis- cussion In which several senators on the republican side hud defended the as the only one that could have been pursued When You Catch Cold Rob On fs to apply and works right It may prevent a cold from Into flu or pneumonia It ull iho work of mustard plaster a clean ment made of oil of And home It by many doctors and Try for throat cold on pleurisy stiff neck bronchitis asthma contention palm aches of the hack and nd sprains muscles bruises blains frosted of all sorts To In milder form Galveston Daily Hews Per Month has efforts to new pitch trig staff A score ot pitchers many of holdovers Tiger retinue Is In Carroll ant CarL thread pitchers who the tional League pennant last year to experience -in to lift i and George Smith lead the landed holdover Earl White lill Wells and August Johns are 1927 taken rpm the Texas League They are Owens and of San arid f Fort Worth DEPOSED LEAGUE SATS HE WILL HOT BASEBALL Br Prtsi Kansas Mo Jan Kansas City Star today quotes Ban Johnson president American League as declaring he Is to get out of baseball Whoever made the statement that was going to retire wac not speak ing the the SUr says the baseball executive told a cor- respondent at Excelsior Springs Mo where ho arrived this morning no desire to of at thia time and I am ing to stay to the end the quotes him as I aim il years old but after this trouble 1 feel like I am a of himself when I get back to the American offices I'll start the Star says he told its correspondent Johnson said he would go back to Chicago Monday and ening this thing out The baseball executive Is rented by Dr Ernest who said he was In need of a long reit BABE RUTH HOT BOTHERED BY ARREST IN SAN DIEGO Of FreM Salt Lake City Utah Jan Babe Ruth breezed Into town un- over his arrest Diego or violation of the California labor He Is much grieved however over the turn in affairs of Ban There's a regular said Ruth gave me more grief than any man In baseball with fines and but when he did I them He bars nobody Dedicated to that famous lit and locker room Mr Clare to t of the fa mous From to Tallay nil the treat ones I have heard Caruso with His voice of gold J and the rest filled my soul with -1 light Tver heard the strains of and the lovely themes of And then again I've to those rovd old-fashioned There's Wagner with hla Lih and To Verdi and II trovatore I the accolade But when It comes to music sweat the sons with laugh and tear To brighten life that's sick and bring a gift of cheer There's ono that twangs my wafts away my Sweet Adeline In In room RAT Now Human nature hasn't clian changes In the last ten or twenty much In three av years have been tu the eye WQ are fighters who went to sii of the winner avd 26 cent to the but -In days nurses 000 get up aa high as ono that Sullivan fries or Corbett or Pits would accepted a match on the per cent basis if he could a guaranty of There one was tho arrival iif heavy guaranties or boxing or what you ill business has yet seen big business find port run together lone with much of the sporting flavor left There ate but arc scarce And apply to only It applies to most of man race Mary K atill worried status aa golf the that fhe ias played In her last amateur nis tournament but tame Being a tennis professional doesn't ake one a golf professional find golf as a rule has only tried to taku care of its own boundaries to cover In one Football coaches have borm lowed tennis nnd racket tournaments tha claim has been advanced lhat a lay for money Is not but a teacher ai member ot- the faculty There to tire problem one diet deeper In T can't why we have any left not make itll open amateur thing Ji tlon The amateur thing Isn't proposition And after events and turns of aix months It not be to see why amateurism shouldn't protected more ever may amateure just are crooked but that mean that bunk the where you bank upon entered tb battle without agreements You can't a with ono good k If at first you don't it might be just as welt to checking up on the wherefore the r i last word in to re- move from a sucker the of hooked Their Na 3 Walter Hagen lias as the world's greatest match for the last years He haa won the P titlo years running or walking and a that triple tournament bagged fifteen victories Hagen Is now around He crashed In on pro golf Inu as a contender churning up since His combined skill and relaxation him tough bird to bring down wing As long as his to recover from trouble putting touch be near when thr ra of mutch play is handed nut agen Is a great competitor cause he gets a of a hard fight The sUIf ia It will to cae now he starts off hls the proposed match with zen the one opponent a margin over Hagen in dual DEMPSEY Jon will start i next week In an endeavor to ascertain his physical condition and take off weight He said here day that he weighs ten more than he weighed t Campion Travel To travel between North and West Texas there is no way superior to the Santo Te ffi Standard Pullmans to Dallas Ft Worth Oklahoma City Wichita Kansas City St Louis Denver Brownwood For details and reservations call on or phone D P A AH -n j c i 411 22nd Street Phon A Protection For Space Buyers and Sellers Sellers of advertising space will facilitate matters liy applying to the of veston Advertising Club Inc culling on local firms AS a safeguard against questionable the Advertising Club Inc invites all local business houses to refer solicitors of advertising to the secretary of the organization All submissions lo tho secretary made by solicitors for advertising will bo passed upon by a committee before being approved or re- Advertising Club Inc Better Business Method Committee V UNGAR and 312 City National Bank Phono 1827
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