Sporting Squibs of All Kinds Every aspirant for the heavy-weight title Is tried out against Fred Fulton sooner or later. Ralph Burrill, former assistant to Walter Cox, will train a stable at Augusta, Au-gusta, Me., this year. The right arm of Willie Hoppe Is Insured In-sured for $10,000, and be Is ordered not to do any handshaking. see Early half-mile track meetings through Ohio received big entry lists for their early closing eveuts. Benny Leonard has held the llht-welght llht-welght championship crown since 1917. He is tweni) -seven years old. a a a A. C. Wall, '24, of West Orange has been elected captain of the Princeton university hockey team for 1924. The Horse Review Futurity for foals of 1922 closed with 0S8 entries, the largest number received In five years. Young Strlhllng of Macon, da., welterweight wel-terweight champion of the South, has his mother for his mannger and trainer. Ocorge T. Moeschen, veteran shortstop, short-stop, who Is now playing at third base, wns elected captain of the Columbia university baseball team. see Fred Enke, assistant coach at South Dakota State college, has accepted the position of athletic director at Louisville Louis-ville university, Louisville, Ky. e The ringer score In golf Is nothing like the ringer score In horseshoes. It's the low score for each hole made by each player during the seuson. e American ring titles are held as follows: fol-lows: Three by Italians, three by Irish-Americans, Irish-Americans, one by a Hebrew and ona by a man of American parentage.