Thursday, December THE 7, 1939 Speaking of Sports j Sport Shorts ART SCHILLIG. smashing New York university end. likes boa onstrictors as pets. He keeps two of the snakes in his home in the Bronx . . . Gordon Pettinger, former Red Wing, and Jack Craw ford were the only men to play in all 64 Boston Bruin games during their drive to the Stanley cup last By ROBERT McSIIANE year . . . Lefty O'Doul, manager of '"11IE NEVER hurt me. But I the San Francisco had the feeling I never hurt Seals, is operating a him, either." tavern in the coast It's Billy Conn talking, the shanty city . . . When Pitt " g Irish kid who had just finished '? beat Duke 14 to IS out a decision over this season it was Gus Lesnevich, New Jersey the first challenger. The bout defeat for a team was Conn's second successful dernnrhpH hv Wallace fense of his title. Wade in his 21 years In those few words Conn presentas a football coach ed his past ring history and foreSeabiscuit O'Doul Lefty told his coming pugilistic career. started 17 times as Too speedy and clever to get hurt a before he won a race by boxers in his own class, he lacks Fritz Crisler never has been the wallop of a punishing fighter. the winning coach in a Minnesota- Conn won the crown from Melio Michigan game. His Minnesota Bettina in a close Madison Square teams were defeated in 1930 and Garden fight. A month later the 1931, 7 to 0 and 6 to 0. His Michi- handsome, likeable Pittsburgh hope- gan teams nave lost 7 to b ana :u ful invaded the heavyweight ranks to 7 in the past two seasons . . .In against Gus Dorazio at Philadelphia. six games, five Big Ten and one A little more than two months ago against Southern California, three he made his first title defense University of Illinois players played against Bettina in Pittsburgh. Billy more than 300 minutes. They were Fullback George Rettinger, Tackle won both fights. He Is exceptionally clever and Jim Reeder and Quarterback Ralph Heavies in Line For Conn After Lesnevich Win NKIMII, TIMES-NEW- Doves of War Supplement I T All iazi PAGE THREE omnumieations Cod-Live- trM i If? Irish-Souther- n 1)15. Ry j where perhaps 100 Tii 'i i ifi1fii Will nnifc ua .... ir ii imM illwain si.i(nl irt tmm, BILLY CONN out of the ranks and winning the heavyweight title from Joe Louis the ultimate goal at which both Conn and his manager, Johnny Ray, are aiming. There, are two very good reasons why Conn isn't expected to set the heavyweight world on its ear. To begin with, Billy Isn't heavy enough and probably never will be to fight Louis. And he never will be able to hit bard enough to stop Louis. Tunney Did It It is true that Gene Tunney outgrew the light heavyweight ranks to whip Jack Dempsey, but the cases are not parallel. Tunney was a big His was a chas man, large-bonesis which could carry 200 pounds with ease. Conn isn't built that and It is way. He is small-bonedoubtful that his best fighting weight will ever be more than 175 pounds. There's no question but that he g could give big, heavy weights more than they could han dle. Tommy Loughran proved what could do a clever against more weighty opponents! even though he was far from i heavy hitter. But Joe Louis is just as fast, just as clever, just as game and is the as any deadliest puncher in the ring today It is likely that Billy will win his share of battles in the heavyweight division. Boxing history is studded s who with the names of g could and did whip big, bums with no trouble at all. It is only naturaL He is fast enough to cut a cumbersome opponent to ribbons. The fact that he can't deliver a lethal blow won't keep him from flicking up decisions here and there slow-movin- innW' cod-liv- to give strength to ward off colds of nose, throat light-heavie- cod-liv- slow-movin- In his own weight class, against l.rsnovith. who was the New York state athletic , commission's No. contender. Conn didn't take the brakes off his darting left jab until the fourth round. From then on he looked good. In the eleventh and thirteenth rounds he had Lesnevich groggy, hanging, clinching and Iran ing. But he couldn't finish him. He larked a knockout punch. By winning the decision from Les nevich, Conn just about mopped up all the suitable talent In hit weight class. That's why both he and Managcr Ray want to crack the heavy ranks and eventually meet Joe Leu is. The fact that he would be attack Ing a giant killer with elicits from his supporters the re mark that "you can't have everything." Giving away 20 pounds to a heavy weight as fast and dangerous as Louis is tantamount to handing ao opponent small ax after the open ing brll sounds. It's still reasonsMy safe to remark that s good big man can whip good little man That's what Conn fs a good little man. It may well be that all the con cern anent Conn's proposed fight with Joe Louis is futile. He hasn earned the right to fight the champ yet. Some heavyweight Bob Pas tor, for Instance may change the complexion of things before the hopes of Conn and Johnny Ray are realized. er er Peanut butter cream is a good graham cracker sandwiches for children. Sandwich Filler. mixed with a little filling for white or White, Tender Chicken Meat. If a chicken is well rubbed inside and out with a cut lemon before being cooked it will make the meat white, juicy and tender. To Hasten Cooking. 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It is unfortunate that vitamin D is not found in sufficient quantities in the everyday foods. most of which contain the other vita mins A, B, C, E and others. While adults do not need oil to the same extent as children it is a valuable help in ailments which cause loss of weight because it has so much food or fuel value. r oil con A tablespoonful of tains 360 calories, which is about of the daily calories nec essary for a woman and for a man doing light work. ''ttasstttts x ' Jf cod-liv- Cod-Liv- cod-liv- three-cornere- All for Science i cod-liv- cod-live- Get this Famous Quick Relief today without thought of price We feature the fact that Bayer As- costs onty lc a tablet, to drivo home the point that there's no reason even for the most budget-mind- pirin ed person to accept anything less than genuine "Bayer Aspirin. 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In bowling should YOUR itance from 12 to IS feet back - r s fr - r fh kf M n :l h , i- - "" " ' i 1 ahouldera square at pins. Weight of the body ahould be distributed even ly on the feet, which can be close together, slightly apart, or with the J 1 left foot slightly forward. The weight of the ball should rest squarely in the left hand and should be held somewhere between the belt The "V" line and the ihoulcfcrs. Kaplan blows Into the "drunkome-tor- " between the thumb and index finger L balloon. Kxamlnalion of hi --- t " 'jin in at head the jg, should point pin. breath proved him to be in no condibein motion when To put the ball of Florida grapefruit tion to drive a car according t examination an mal.e ontdoor State Inspectors ginning the approach, bt careful not to see If It meets all requirements. Under atrlct maturity regulations. Indiana legal standards. Kaptaa to lower It Jerkily. Use a straight no fruit can be shipped from the state If It falls below maturity standards. agreed with the machine's verdict followed the from body, pushaway As soon as the Innpectors are finished, and the fruit approved, pickers The test was made under a stab bf a natural, easy back swing. can go to work. expert's supervision. (KeleaMd by Western Ntwapnper Union.) 'r rfe'r mi -, ' "! j XJOW that liver and liver extract are being used so much in anemia you are not hearing or reading so much about remedies to enrich the blood. Unfortunately also you do not hear or read so much about foods as formerly, yet the right kinds of food may be all that is necessary to bring the blood up to normal strength. In former days, the strength of the blood was estimated by the amount of iron contained in the red corpuscles and this is still very important, but in many cases of anemia the great need is the substance which matures or develops the red This subcorpuscles themselves. stance found in liver increases the number and completes the development of the red corpuscles. It Is these two substances iron and the substance found in liver that are in general use in anemia. Anemia Treatment Outlined. Dr. M. M. Wintrobe, Baltimore, In New International Clinics, after outlining the various types, causes and methods of treatment of anemia, says: "A good diet is a very necessary Proteins meat, help in anemia. eggs, fish, cereals and iron are needed for the formation of haemoglobin and also certain vitamins. All these substances can be Riven in the form of natural foods to which is added, in some cases, brewer's yeast. The diet should include whole liver, kidney and red meats, eggs, fruits such as apricots, peaches, prunes, apples, grapes and raisins; vegetables such as brat greens, spinach, cabbage, asparagus and lettuce; and whole grain cereals." The thought then in the prevention or correction of anemia Is to undergo examination by your physician and dentist, so that no infection is allowed to reduce the strength of the blood, and to eat the foods mentioned above as they are rich in iron, minerals, and vitamins. blood-makin- I That's the Question I; h Correct Diet Will Help Anemia Ind- 'X,..., - " For lhe sake of scicnce Rlrhanl 't K ' s- - $ih '4 A - N &$7, Is It Old Enough? Body position when addressing the pins ahould bo fairly erect with COLUMN four-foote- Being groomed by its crew Is one of the heavy guns Germany has planted in various defense belts behind the Siegfried line to support a formidable string of fortresses. The gun, of unknown caliber, is in a pit dug out of a hillside. The guns arc used to support the westwall, and not necessarily a.s a second line of defense. been selected. HEALTH cod-liv- l you of the foul line, depending on the length of your stride and whether the four or five step delivery bat TODAY'S er BOWLING Made Easy Talent Moppel Up oil . Germany's Big Guns Support Westwall national match game champion and recog nixed as an outstanding bowling authority.) every er and chest. These boys stated that they had been taking oil during the cold months as long as they could remember. Their mothers told them that if they took cod-livoil they would "grow ' .... Ja33L4t:. a and big strong." This was GerTrained to supplement more modern means of communication, pigeons and dogs are being used by before the discovery of vitaman army officers to send messages where the modern means fail. I'ppcr left: An officer, standing by a doveoil mins and that cote "somewhere behind Germany's front line," observes a flight of the birds. Lower left: A "squadron" the body and of the winged messengers during their maneuvers. I'pper riKht: Hogs are trained to carry a brace of the strengthened birds in a dash to the firing line. Here is shown a trussed pigeon ready for a trip to the front by dog warded off ailments because d pigeon carrier dashes off to the trenches where he will deposit the of the vitamins A and D which express. Lower right: The pigeons, which will fly back with their messages. it contains. Experiments on rats showed that if placed on a good or complete diet except that the diet did not contain vitamin A, fern wm!wiwiwiw'' was lost well-dresse- ffi fourth of a series ct ing lessons by Ned Day of Milwaukee, Wis. er oil seemed well-dresse- (This i cod-liv- each after meal. The INTERESTING sidelights on the league campaign were released recently by the bureau. service league's Statistics show that not one of the Chicago White Sox pitchers succeeded in chalking up a win over eacb of the seven rival clubs. In sharp contrast was the work of Cleveland's Bob Feller, who won a ma jority of his games against every rival club while chalking up his 24 victories. Feller, in fashioning the league's best record, won six straight from Detroit,- two from St Louis, three out of five from Boston, New York and Washington, five out of seven from Chicago, and two out of three d What the Baby Brummell will wear is beautifully illustrated by Peter B. Good, infant Holly from Philadelphia. d d wood actor. At left Peter shows his conception of the baby on a rainy day. The Ted Lyons finished with the best pants carry out the umbrella motif. In center: Sports wear for juvenile fans. Right: A skating ensemble. Sox percentage, winning 14 and los The Ghandi-pant- s carry padding on a strategic spot. ing six. He beat Washington four times in five games, losing the other I one on his own error. Feller and Dutch Leonard of the Senators were oustanding for effec n teams tiveness against Each won 11 games and lost six. Kindest to opponents were Wash ington pitchers. Ken Chase and Joe Chase lost five to Krakauskas. Cleveland and Krakauskas the same number to Detroit Ky NED DAY National Match Game Champion 10 of took boys A. L. Statistics CHAMPION V. It AH TON JAMKS HAVE spoken before of a bovs' preparatory school one-poi- Ehni . . . Cornell basketball squads, including varsity, junior varsity and frosh, will play 46 games this sea son . . . Ten seniors in the Notre Dame lineup played their final game in the California tilt Tom Henrich of the Yankees keeps in condition during the winter by playing hockey with an amateur team in Massillon, Ohio, his home town . . . Paul Martinovich of the Detroit Lions missed only one point after touchdown in three years at College of the Pacific. 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