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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1927, Galveston, Texas                                nx TEX OALYI8TPK DAILY THTOSDAY, JAJTOABY 17, 1W7. TEXAS OPEN pottrse at Willow Spring, Is Flooded by Rains, With Unsettled Weather Forecast 9y Associated Presa. SAN AJ.TONIO. Jan. reports tonight o little encouragement for the hosts of jolhirs who had ucpecte to tee off In the annual Texas open golf tournament at the Wljlow Springs golf course here "Friday. .The tournament, originally scheduled to start Thursday, -ras 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 wearing.out decks of cards aad attending theaters, .but few went to polish up their strokes on the practice plots. The cours has heea 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 ThurBday_eventag. the time forrcntry having been extended a day when the tournament was postponed. TO OPEN -Walter Hagen and the of the .players who have not yet entered, are due-to arrive some time tomor- row morning. Among today's entries were: Professionals: Harold O. Beer. "San -Fraeclsco; Tom Boyd, Foil .HlIlB Gold Club, New Tc-rk; Andrew Brown, Lldp. Beach. N.-T.; Jim Carberry, Chicago: Bill Creavy. Bonnie Briar Club, LareH- mont. N. Y.; Waldo Crofrder. Shreve- port. La-; Eddie Gayer. Chicago Jack Guild. Muskogeft. S. W. 'Hutchiso.n. -Oklahoma J. R Inglls. Dayton.. Ohio; George Kerrl- :gah. New-'York; Tom Kerrigan Mount Veraon..N. T.; W..H. Lund- Glehbrook Country Club. Hous- aon; H. Martin. Angeles; E. Manning. Shfeveport. U.I; U C. Nel- eori. Chicago; J. E. Rogers.. burg; B. Schmutte, Lima. Ohit Amateurs: .-Frank. BrokU St-Faiil. William Brown, Lido. Long .Bench; "N. T.: J.' :CHiapman. Tam- pico. Mexico; John Sawson. Chicago; K. Fleming. BTansM City; IL.E.-Bar- low.. New ,York; ,11- C. Altos. Olf.: Ralph.JH.oacland, Chicago; J..T. -Clyde Jordan.. Shrevepbrt. La.: O. P. .pahllne. Akron. Ohio; C.'F. Runcfc, Cincinnati; F. B. Walter, Tulsa, Ok.; :BL .Will. Sedan.-Kan.; Roy Wil- :Kan. th'e entering--ihe tournament today wsre: Carl- W. Baker, Jack Burke. Hous- ton; Tommy- Butler. Austin: 'Joe Elxaf, Waco; W--'C. Garra, Wftco; W. B. Glass. Dallas; Jo> Jenkins, Tem- ple; lie; Houston: Tom .Penlck. Beaumont; A." Waco; Fred Beftford. Dallas; Gene. Bedford. Dal- Ossle Carlton.- Houston: A.. U Chavez. Austin; -Clyde Cunningham, Houston; Jack. Dold. Houstqn; Dr. Franklin. Austin; Clarence Hubby. Waco; a U McDowell. Wichita j PRESENT RECOM OF WTLLOW SPRINGS COURSE IS 70; HOLES EASY PABS. By PTMX. AntoEio, TexU.Jaa. records probably will be" shattered aga'fn .and Again, by 4tha .ex- pert golfers .which will compete in the .Texas open tournament here. The Willow'Springs "course, which Is; a .ntw'course. 71 lay but. present the record la 70 which Is held -Jointly by Bobby Cruickshank, who made the score in practice .last' week., and Tom Lalley local professional. Many of the holes are easy and. the rec- ord-will-jirobably be lowered ievera times .course boasts'two streams, couple' of'lakes, deep traps bunkers heavy Almost every'drive'must be .down the'mid- dle .to avoid, trouble. A description of holes'follows: .No. Tard; 250- yard drive is necessary the Vor -a ?hot' at the ar6undra: dogleg; bend. .The creen .is' elevated and guarded by a stream which flows -just In front of IL -f. 'No, creek which flows in front "of the tee and Park.' Houston: Thisley Pcnicte Ans-jdeep traps around ihe -green are the tin; J. U Taylor, Houston; JL H- Thompson. Austin. Houston: W. 'Whltten, BALL HIGH TO PLAY SATURDAY Ball "High's Purple and Gold caters will swing into actlon-again rpaturday night- at Sam Houston jThe.-greea; IB surrounded by heavy School when theyrmeTt the Jeffoi- woods- v- iporty features of the bole. No. drive here must carry, at-. least1150 to" clear- the -The'hole Is. well .trapped, No. and narrow fairway, with plenty of TCoods and other rough. Green well trappecV No. perfect Iron shot to" reach the'green which fs protected by-ev Jake which into the fairway at. one aide. son Davis High of Houston. trill start promptly" at 8 5lie game o'clock. .Coach Spoor will spend the rc- ".mainder ot this. week. revafepinfi: hU as the graduation of Hoyt "Watson and Hsral Bolarl removes of nls forwards. mentor jfaces the task -of developing n goal to take the place of "Watson, and likewise must" discover a TS- ;serve man of the caliber of SularL Spoor likewise will have to work -to-, overcomft the defects that cropped out in. the Heights game Tuesday night in Houston. Jn th'B the mentor believes he will not have any great difficulty, declarijiE1 "that the team -will he well trained !-.In Heights plays by the time the tourDament .-.jiext month. takes, place woods. -No. and. traps force players td'raajteia uphill drive to avoid trouble. 5 Yards a dapllcate 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 hlgrher than the tee, No. Yarfl'a- -The. tee sits on a.bluff thirty fcst above the fairway; which; fs .crossed .three times by the burn. In the first 150 yards.' No. dog- leg which cuTVes to the right 25C from the The whole-lac only 13 "yards of being a par five. No.' nightmare of traps and bunkers. No. to be almost duplicate'of the hole at Oakroount, 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 perfect'control. No. is well trapped and Is only 12 yards short of being a par 5.- No. way !jj eaten up with and the j ereen guarded by pits. No. 16r-Par j way Is very "narrow and the rough j Is very rough, 1 N'o. I In front of tha tee .566 creek __ __ Is the worst hazard or, thi5 hole. No. proach shot must be played uphill across s creek which runs 50 yards in front of the green. minm mmimm TISITIKO i. x. x. FIVE PILED UT IOr-HEAVT 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 one-aide '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 biccer as th game progressed..- Eorsehow. 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 of'15 points He waa closely followed by H. Levin who made a total of 15 points. The acore: HOUSTQNV T. K. X.. A. Rubesteln 5. Itubestein FUld C. FouL G. Pti at 10 I. K. GALVEffTON. FleM G. Foul. G. Pts xapner 1 Rubeateln 0 ToUIS -i 14 PDESBYTEIil FIVE GOTH FLYERS TO ITLAY.STBKG TEXAS FRIDAY HIGHT. aulntet ra away.from the Sixtieth'Flyers .In a ast and notly; contested game _t ut on' the Fort Crockett court, pil- ng up a.final score of 41 to I forward, urcd-nlgh scoring honors with a to- al of IS points. He was closely {pl- owed-by Thompson of "the' Sixtieth flyers, who "tallied a-total of If "Friday night at Fort Crockett, tfie .viators Will take on the strong Tex- ,s City Athletic Association qnintet n -K-hat' promises to be of the faiitea played here In a long (me. Scores-in last night's game were i follows: FRESBYTERIANS- Fltld G. Foul G. ltd, forward" 6 IS 4t foiw; Tuhrhop. o Lain, ruar Totals FXJEHS. Field o. Fool O. PU. intxr. Boayil 1 0. 2 febtea. S 0 !lne. forward 4 8 arch, guard......... 1 2 nthony, ard 1 '2 Totals TWO OF TEX BICKAfcD'S COHTEHDERS SUFFER. IHJUBED HAKDS New Torfti Jan. 26. Tex Rickard's eavywefght elimination program as Jolted today when two of. the iremost contenders. Jimmy Maloney I Boston and Faolino. 'the Spanish ood chopper, were cas- alties. both with injured fiarids. 3laf oney's injury.1 received Jn raining at Boston, according to hfs i'anajfer. Dan Carroll, baa forced mediation of a bout in Cleveland 1th Johnny Bisko. scheduled for onday. Paoiino suffered the In- ury in a recent bout at Tampa, Fla., ith Homer Smith-. HADfES A5D BEEADON FAIL TO JS CONFERENCE A tramp in On rein, WAS SO STIFF 1 OBSTRITCTIOir TO CLEAH ATHEETICS FOUND IS MAHY BAPTIST COLLEGES By Aiioclaled Preit. New Orleans, Jja.. Jan. 25, Xoting a "tremendous improvement" In the athletic (situation nod colleges as a whole. Ciaybrook Coltlnffham, of J-XJuiffana at Plne- "vHK today told Southern Baptist 'education Aftioclatlon here 'that in fumi Baptist regarded by athletic 'nlmoBt "fcs 'obstructionists" to the upon reaching i'tln: both unofficially and officially tin a-n officer of Southern Inter- Athletic Association, lo Furman University, Mer- n-r B, T Baptist Instltutlnnfl toward and lame be could hardly bend, wiiich the uthMio or l went lo work but had to come ha.l bf-en directed. hornv' he writes. "I applied Sloan'a Xdnimcnt freely and wnnt to I IHIAKKIIBATM IOWA HTATR. was as good as new next morning thanks to the quick cad sure action lowa.i jan Of Sloan's." onii fliirk tonight As good as new next morning after simple home treatment After tramping around all day with feet while out guusing, a delphia eportsman found himself so Sloan's gives real relief because it Kvf-rcti doesn't just deaden the pain. It helua Iriwa Statf- u to 2fl. the body to throw off the cause 3 fljw the painT Oflforo !ie Apply a little lightly, without ru> blng. Right away the stiffness and pain tase up, as fresh healint- blood W sent to the eoro spota. Get a bottle of Sloan's today and have it on hand for the first emer- gericy. All centa. j fiuin the i (tt nnd KllJott. ji rrorfrt flv? fMd w.iii 2< to 6, Drako Sir. thu Grtfk orntor, liu irfated St. Jan. llaines. fitar St. Ixmls Cardinal pitcher, who won two games of last world series, failed to come to a conference wtth Presi- dent 5am Breadon yesterday, It was learned today, Hainea, who asked for a substan- tial increase in salary, left for his home- at Philllpjiburtf.. Ohfo. with- out signing a contract. Another Fight Party .Jhwe'a to her blr tt. lUdiior. Garden Friday nlfht Mlka WcTlfue wilt square off againac Paul Bertenbsch In flKht that a whole lot to do with the of the heavyweight elimination Journey'now being- conducted by Tex RJck'ard to saleQt a suitable opponent -for Tunney. at present ktnar of   UP-KIW mcrae STAFF WE DETROIT TIGXR8. By PrtM, Detroit.: Mich.. Jan. o thV. (our of th American loft over from T> .of tho Detrol are. the heritage of .Qaorfi Moriarlty. former American qmplret.who will allot the club thi year. One of this itar outfield" trio will be selected for the.center fiftli position vacated by the Georrli peaqh. playlnr: manager for you Heinle Manuih; the league lead Ing batter, whcufi average lait year Bob and Harrr iiedmann. who tied- wtth-average of .36? each, back .of Babe UutU Jn second place, are Moriarlty'fl nucleus. N The outstanding, winter .purchaaa of Tfcer mfuiacement Marty McManus, Louis fielder, who by aevera other major league clubs, McManua will play third base, present plain indicate. Jack- Tavener.wllLbe ra turned to mnH'.'lxm Btu< will remain at .first base. Charlie Gehrtnger will a-, leading candl< date, for Moriarlty. alienee as reorganization vjilaM, but h Cone .likewise a-MtVo hard luck'-on this hole, mtsslnr a when.-his piitt hit the rim ol the cup and bounded off about four Inches. 'Little1 'difficulty waa experienced from this point to. the when Dr. Cone's drive went into a bunker and it cost hlm'two'strokes 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 fclgrh east wind caused the Wlth- erspooc -driving1 bis ball out jf bounds, while hla second went nto the rough. Hagen also -went jQto 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 a..nicety. On "tho thlr- :eenth Hagen again rrtissed a short jutt' for a four. On the" sixteenth Or. Cone made a. beautiful approach abut from, the aide of the green, and mieaed alhk- lng -.his ball by a fraction of an inch'. Following 'the .match -Hagen had .nothing but .pra'se for the local course, declaring that It wan' one ot the best that he.has ever played; and I Ike wise complimenting -the- atyle of .golf played by his'oppo- nents. He departed night'for San Antonio, where he will partlcl- iate in the Texan open champion- ship which starts tomorrow. Amusements ot Normandy. The topic of conversation on the Sips of everybody In the the staff e offffrs anil lovers In genrral the com- ing1 nt of May Comic Opera Company In the onducted and directed her own ght opera companies, .which'during his short period of time have.be- ome established In the four corners I the United States, to become'na- onaliy known and In a- class with he one-fime famous "BostonianB." She has already revised ''Robin "The nd "The Bohemian Girl." and now la musical gem of light opera, Chimes of which he now ultra-modern fittings. The lighting effects are ovel 'and the whole production hows much effort ..put forth in tage direction and detail. At the itiire'n. Conrad Nagel declares tliat a man not an actor unless.he por- all manner of ro'ej skillfully. This was answer to'a query i to .why he had changed his typ.e f role suddenly from that of Antic lover to comedldn, N'axftl plays the part of an Amer- can doughboy In the Armf-v' ation in Edward Sedgwlck's pro- uclion now play- at the Greater Queen Theater, .el Is not going to remain perma- In comedy roles, however, .for his next part, that of "Captain j Harding" In "The Mysterious island. Is a romantic with lli- tic comedy. At (be Dixie. Onn of the greatest horse racing BtorlM ever filmed Is "Bred in Old, Vlalo Dana's first rfcig vehicle for F. B. O.. "bowing for the laat times today flt the Dlxlft Xo. I Theater. Na "The ChlineM at the "Martini famous cornlc of Norm a Theater Wt-dnezdoy, 2, matEr-io and niffht performances. Minn wilj Jo city u. cast of famoun artiste, th4 best light opera cbori'i tiunntf America, and an orches- tra directed by At the age of 15 Mlmi conducted the "JTlobJn Hood" at the fork Theater, New York, nn conductor of thf- late nald being first worn- to wield a. baton. Tho throughout the country took "f unusual girl, Later she became a conductor under the late Victor Herbert, greateflt flniMtlon from the first waa to give Americn In our own abovelcnar'! all ncng hy During part four seasons eho lina Dana had ionff to make a picture of this type, and m chooi- 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.. thoroughiy delightful. Al the Martini, Coll'in in nddfpg to army of followers by an different iypn Of hnr An excellent ilarlRti, Oladri   where you -can bank upon sveryona; entered tb battle' without 'any- agreements. You can't square- a sbra caddiai with ono good. k r- If at first you don't" eucceod it, might be just as welt to bcr'.nt checking up on the wherefore, iindj the -why. r i last word in craeUyo-is to .re-; move from a sucker the of; gettingr hooked. Their Na 3. Walter Hagen lias taken'hls as the world's greatest match for the last threo years. He haa won the P. titlo years running, or walking, and )a. that triple tournament -has bagged fifteen consecutive-, victories. Hagen. Is now around tigf. He crashed In on pro golf' Inu as a contender churning up since. His combined skill, concentration-. and '.relaxation him tough .'bird to bring down' wing., As long .as his' to recover from trouble' andJila :anoy putting touch remalna Jtejwill be near when thr ra of mutch play is handed nut. agen Is a great competitor cause he gets a thrltroUt 'of a hard; fight. The nlp-and-tuck sUIf ia dlfh. v- It. will be.intereatinar to cae now he .starts; off ,hls; ia: the proposed match with Wnro-ii zen, the one opponent a margin over Hagen in dual DEMPSEY. STAXTS Fre.-ino, Jon; '.Jaclc't Dempscy will start tfalning i next week In .an endeavor '.to. ascertain his physical condition and. take, off weight He said here -to- day that he weighs ten more than .he. weighed, hold-j t Campion. '_ Travel To travel between South- North and West Texas there is no way superior to the Santo. Te S.25 ffi Standard Pullmans to Dallas. Ft Worth. Oklahoma City Wichita. Kansas City, St. Louis Denver. Brownwood Arharillo For details and reservations call on or phone Naumanri, D. 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