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THE I'VE NINO WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 0, 1918.'
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK -
UnteatonaMe Weather Makee
It Seem Perfectly Proper to
Oieouee New York'e Great
Ml. to Tto Piwe P t Mm O
I IN MV ion wcvv
BmOAVnt of tha uausuell)
i(hr w have been
practically all winter and
me M Ion waMI
of tba many Important trade
ud dee) mad one can't halp thinking
rnara often of baseball than la custo
mary at thla tlma of the year Ordinar
ily wa wouM atill ba thlrrVing of lee
hockay. Basketball, bllllerde. pocket bll
liar da. ohaokara and othor harmlea
parti, but tba oexrilng beeeball aaaaon
pramlaaa to ba of aneh extreme tot port
aace locally that a little comment now
may Ml ao amies.
Waa there ever another city ao for
tunate aa to have aucb treat leadsre aa
Wank Chanca of rha New York Anserl
onaa and John McXIraw of tba OlanUT
If a clt boaata of ana really competent
Hide It la considered mighty wall off.
And fast to think we are to hava rapra
aant aa In the major leaf-ties tha coming
aaaaon two idiots than whom no greater
eeer cavorted on the diamond.
Although It probably wouldn't ba a
good thing for rmeaball ta have two
sea)or league clubs oocupy tha aama
grounds year In and year out 'till It'a
no half bad to think that during tha
omlng aeaaon both the Hlgblandera (or
Now Tork. hi Chanca wanta them
called) ami the Ulants are to alternate
at tba aama beautiful and roomy Polo
Grounds If one of theaa riifb doein't
apply tba fana with a championship
sulci of ball It la a cinei. tbat tba
otber will. And wouVdn't It ba a fitting
climax to tha araaon to have tba two of
mam fight It out for the world'a base
Of ooureo. It almoat aaama out of
to expect Chanca. who la hardly I
tad wl:b the ability of a player!
oa the team, to develop a club that '
will finish higher than tha ret dlvlalon.
feat audi thing! hava been done, and
Chance la auch a wliard at performing
diamond mlraclee that maybe he'll per-
farm thla one.
"Who would have dared predict that
Clark Orlfflth eould have taken the
parannlivi talland Senators and not only ,
had them up In tha ABM during the
entlre American League raoe of mit.
oat roanaered to land them In aeeond
place at the flntah: And the majority
of fana feel Inclined to think that
Chance haa Just aa good, If not batter,
material to work with than had tha I
"Old Kog" at Waalilngton.
Charlie Bbbeta and hla Dodgers, by the ;
way. ahould not be overlooked. The club 1
win be houaad at a aaw "mtMIon dollar"
plant, and may be In tbeir new eur
rwandlngs Manager rvahlen may be able ,
te'taeplre them to make a fight for tha
"rational League pennant.
DDBC IfUOCMtTf will he aeen In
C action in thla city on Wednesday i
night al tha Palrannnt Club, whan
hla opponent will be Freddie Hicks, a
battler who haa given all the beat mld
dtowelghta In tha country more than
they were bargaining for. Mcteonrty
I't battled eince he fought Mike tsio-
la their memorable ftaoco In the
IUcks haa heard that MoOoorty
ta the beat of form for this bout.
aw K tae report la true he declares
that he will make a abow of him.
MoOoorty la expecting to clinch a
match any day with (Moons for a twea
tyroutul bout before Jim Coff roth's club
aa the Co asst. The contest may he held
aa sK- Patrlek'a day, when both of them
esaThC to ba full enough of the fighting
eatrtt el their ancestors to make a bat
tle well worth witnessing
Tba OsMtoah boxer eaya that If he
ttm't aole to cloae Degottatlona with Uib-
he'U eald far Paris, where he hea
a match with tha winner
the grew teen -annmg
teat at M hied ever performed in
wae that of Havnnae
atoawssalnaa, the great Finnish runner
M diaipto here, at the game of the
i A. A- at the oevsnty-sVgt Regl-
tartlng from scratch
atotth, the American ten-
I giving one hundred
of the beet lunasag la thla part of the
aewaBl wp to three and a half minutes'
hawatnep. ha galloped home a winner In
the sea mils road race, covering the dls
utaee ta the phenomenal time f M nun.
uses and eeconas. The Acnerleaa reo
erd for the sMtaaoe la MM 4-e, held by
Oeerge Boitliag. but owing to the fact
that there la aome doubt about the cor
rect eaaaauremeot of the roada the
rkan's record will probably be Ignored.
Be heat Smith, the champion, by 3 min
utes and S eeoonde.
the ooratng outdoor aeaaon
Kolehmalnen la certain to create
ay aaw records that m probably
on tha hooka for yeara-lf not
I strengthened aa the team's progress
KJaTW ORIsEjAX. Jan. M.-Jack Brit-, aMrftoJ It.
M, ef Cago stoppel Fr.nkle O.ge of .IVolU
Lee Aagelea la the ninth round of what, . ,. ,.,, T ,ptl M(,r,.y , ,
was to have been a ten-round ecrap at tinythe to plclt from right at the atari
the Orleans Athletic Clutj. Brltton waa Ten thouea id dollars remained In the
tile master of Uage at all times, giving treaaury hen football waa killed unu
blot a thorough beating. Jack showed' that sum still 1s available for Instant
eM up In aucb a manner that he waa' uae tr u team 1 formed
urgwd to finish him. .After toying with' And an you Imagine what would he
tha Oallfoi nlan for a while Hrltton; pea In till town If Columbia bal tied
g right haymaker to the jvs and:
i gflBt to the mat Car tae ytumi
AT COLUMBIA IS
President Butler Is Won Over
to Game After Eijrht
FOOTRATiL to ba revived at
CM) UI- M H I A ray, ray aot
a Ofjorjle of hundred HAHflt
Tap, the Blue and White ta jroln
to tear thing tip on tha gridiron owe
more, either nest aeaaon or III 1914.
Thla wonderful change haa been ar
eornplhibed by convincing Dr. Nlflho
laa Murray Hurler tbat football ran
sain be played aafely and mux-fit
fully at Columbia under the new
rulea. The great record made by laat
aeanon football playing wag a big fac
tor In causing Dr. Butler to change
hie gtand regarding Colunabla'a play
ing the game.
The absence of a elngla fatality on rhe
gridiron laat year convinced Dr. Iltttlrr
that the roughness and brutality In foot
ball, which eauaad Ita death at Colum
bia, bad bean eliminated and that the
strenuous eporr played under the modi
fled rulea waan't ao dangeroua after all
Bo. after an abaenea of eight yeara. It
ta extremely irkely that tha Blue and
White will be represented on tha grid
Iron next aeaaon. If a schedule can ba
framed up In time, or in 1(14. at the
lateat. Now, tat tba cheering equada gat
According to report a that leaked oat
to-day, lr. Butler requested oplnlona
from former atari and mrmbera of tha
alumni on tha advlaahlllty of giving
back football to the college. The opln
lona hava been drifting In during tha
laat two weeka. Aa far aa can ba
learned, every one waa unanlmoua In
declaring rltat the eport mull be re
el or ed safely and successfully at Colum
bia. It la believed that Dr. Butler waa
ao Impreaaed with the recommendatlone
given him by prominent memhera of the
alumni that he made up hla mind to
lift tha ban agalnat football, and If
present plana don't mlararry will do ao
officially In tha next few days.
Praaldent Hurler didn't want for ad
vice art vera Out on hla ranOh n New
Mexico mil Morley, una of the greetaat
"" n in game a nistory. iroi wtno. or
wnst waa on root ana iraveuea an tne
way to New Tork to tell Columbia !
I'rniodent that the gridiron game would
e a great thing for hla college. Morley
had ptonty of company too. Harold
Weeka. Tom Chrlatle, Herry A. Flaher.
graduate manager of AbhlettVa; Ouatava
T. Klrby, truateo of Columbia. Francis
Bunga, Tom Thorp, Dave Rmytha and
Charlee MaaNis alao volunteered Infor-
matlon to the effect that football would
greatly stinioUte athletic lntereat at
Willi permission, given II will not take
the college's athletic authorltlea long to
round up a competent coaching ataff
ana eeieot a atrong eleven, for there's
inllmltad material among the 5,fto boya
reglatered at tha college on the heights.
In all likelihood II won't be long before
the rah, rah of Columbia la beard on
It waa way hack In 1t0B that the death -knell
waa sounded at folumbva on foot
wall. The game played In those days
the old rushing, ripping, mass for-
mannns I ne sport waa much more
brutal and rougher than the style of
wae a common Hcurrenre to have five
or six deaths reeult from a season's
playing. A movement to abolish the
arort waa started In many quartern.
In IM Columbia began tl.e season with
bright proapsvta. Tom Thorp, the vet
eran guar!, was elected captain He
had a line wonderfully strong and
bee afield fast and pom, rf ul
cams eaay at the start. The team, how
ever, enon met with vicissitudes. Thorp,
a power at guard, had trouble with ths
faculty over his s-hnlarahlp standing
and resigned hla captaincy r.t ths middle
of the year.
Revereee osune thick and faat then
Out of respect to Thorp no captain wee
elected and ths eleven bocjune domoral
lied. Teams cjvrne down to Houth F!!d
and literally w.pert up the gridiron wll h
the once stiotig it. ie and White team.
The climes came when Tale kfnomlnl
oualy defeated Colurnbua, K to 0. At
lata time a player died of Injuries re
ceived at the Union-New Tork Univer
sity game and Dean McCracken led a
movement to abolish football aa a col
lage eport. He was Joined by Presidents
Eliot of Harvard and Butler of -.Columbia.
PrMdent Eliot rescinded hla order
to atop too thai 1 at Harvard and Dean
Mcsvaoken ultimately changed hla mind
about the ahorltlnn of the etranuoue
game at N T. V. President Butler re
malned steadfast In hla determination
to atop football, and at the cloee of the
Wot. season he Issued an edict forhlddlnit
a ColumMa team playing In a football
eonteat with any other college
A storm of protest greeted tl.e Presi
dent's order The students held mass
meetings every night agalnat lbs stop
tage of their favorite aport. Thay
might have Just as well talked to the-
watera of the Hudson for all the good it
did. Unable to play football, tha Inter
est of the boya began to wane In other
sports. Soon Columbia waa forced Into
oblivion as far as belne a ower In col
If it cornea to peas that the Brue and
White will again battle on the gridiron
a schedule will be hurriedly framed for
this season, or If thut is Impossible, olio
for 1914. It Is the plan now to arrange
games with possibly Wesleyan, Union,
ftutgers, Trln ty and N. V. u, The on
big game will be wtth either Prnn o
Cornell It la propoaed to give Columbia
tryotita with these rnlloges during lbs
first season for experimental purpose
The schedule, of course, would be
utlli Vale ut Prim .ton for the eh it
Baseball Needs Men Who Play the Game
More Than Managers,
Chicago Magnate for First Time Tells Reason Why He Side
tracked frank Chance tor Johnny Evers and Explains Mis
take of Too Much Superintending in National Game.
OmrUflO .Tail JO. The Oini peat
and preaent. with particular reference
to '"uti managera paat end preaent nnl
with morn particular referenro to t'rau'i.
Chance aa agalnat Johnny afVUBj aro
dealt with m a long elgn.-l article by
Charlee W. Murphy, Oit. I'realdrnt, In
the Chicago Kvenlng Toat to-day. It ta
the longest Interview In Murphy 'a
oarear, the flrat time he haa emerged
from tha abeJI of aecrecy In which ha
haa alwaya been hedxed.
Moat IntarraMng U hla explanation or
why Chance waa let nut anl hla com
parlaon of Chanr-c and Kvera.
"Wlien I aetked Frank Chance If ho
wanted to nuinaxc the Cuba In 1!13." he
wrltaa, "he replied: T would rather
not.'" Mwphv cunttnuee:
"Afar Evera had auoceednl to the po
altlon, Evera eald: 'I would not trade
poaltlona with the Preahlent of dM
"Without wtoikig to detruct from the
aocompltwhtnenta of Mr. Chance, I am
compelled to uae a rnthnr loi ent rXire
alon of Mr. T-d taiMvan, and any: 'Too
often the alilp gets crodlt v. lien It really
iielonge to the weave.' Chsuu-e gets srodll
for the axthlevement of tha t'ulxa In the
laat yeara and he should get all tne
credit due him, but It aiiuultl be Ixime In
mind that he 'haa been fortllled at all
tnnee with a outsell of ball players who,
Hockey Club Players Proviny
Surprise of Amateur Leayue
Tllkl Ho. koy I'hih team Is tha sur
prise of the Amateur League,
fan. illy tallejiilere, this season the
seven ere p.aylng like r.li.imp'.nns. They
liave played two gamea and have won
both, giving them the leadership uf the
The ahvnp'.on Creaoenlg aM tti hi.
Nlchulaa taaHl ate tied for eocond plana)
eaoh team having won one game and
lost one The Irish-American A ('. has
yat to air) a (stilt, In, nt: to the St.
Moholaa leant and the Cfeaoents.
The defeat which tne New Moonrra
suataitieil nt tiie hands of the Bt. Nlcti
oiaa team last W eilne.tday wa unex
pected. This was due to overronlldence.
which led Capt. BMrref to utlltza sub
atltuta plnyrra In two or three posi
tions. As Ion.: as the Crescanta were
In front and fighting to retain their po
sition the veteran playera, like Llfflt.n,
Dobby and Wall, evinced no disposition
to play, preferring to give their young, r
teammalce a chance to capture the
honora, It Is now rumored that the
hookey enthuslaata In the club have
Induced the veteran stars to rejoin the
team and try to regain the leading po
sition In the raoe.
The Hockey Club will he put to Its
sever. it test In this game asntnst th
r m .
rss sW ,.v ...
stl . ,.iji-
v- - tvzJWW CHANCE
AfO0l A-'-: CALL! , ' V OaLS -MM! ej
i ... .,
as tne Tinker re cull)
i OUld (in
out jukI do thing!.' "
Murphy tn'.kn of the ad'.anrage nt
youth ami the hn.mll' op of vlrami.,
uje, ami pointedly say. ".My ejiUiu I
iuni l pretty mud!i confined to (boat
men who ran pl.iy Hie gntne-and inn
to fhoaa who With to draw imy for toll.
I lni niliera how to lo It. W don't wti".
a oanipaBy af o-Jiwrlntetalenta. We w.n.
mor.' hall p'.jiylnK and leaa manajrlng.
Aa between Chance and Kvera bt
"Frank t'h.ini waa auireaaful aa :i
I'iaylnx matirKer. I am not preparnl
to aay that he wll proae a wizard aa a
buioh manager. I do not believe that
ha think aa faat aa Kvera or Tinker
Ami It mlkhl he eald In paeilng Unit
i7i ujmi nauoiai game ie georci up
that faat thinking la -he fir.
rciiuuite or aui'ceas. Hajiilling a bal.
..lub iiowtutaiva must lie done after tin
fashion that tha electrkal maclilni
works which maies the rivets on tin
modern steel skyscrapers."
Mummy oorstldentiy predicts a nham
plonahlp aaagon for HA. lie aays Ut
Ima the beet fortllled learn in the majo.
le:iKue lie waxes er.thiialaatlc ovei
tha addition of lift hi' 1. 1, in to the t'u :
ataff. and Mays lie lias the best arra;.
of catchers In the World. Ho alao pre dicts
auceejas for Kvera.
"In concJua'.on, 1 will say that th
rrluh that beat us will won the flag
Miurk tost predlctwm," la tho way hi
closes his four-oolumn statement.
resvrnts on Friday night. Fortunate!..
ihe Hockey Club is a atrong one, eu
manted by the old New Votk .-. C,
Players and led by Castleman, tie
former Winged Foot rarptatn. The la;
j let Waa really the moat Important 'n
tor In both gamea that ths Hockey Cluj
wen. Although, out of the game las:
year. CastlettlHB'l efficiency la Just at
1 great to-day as It was In the dsyj
w lien h at .allied the Mercury Fool
iiners to vlotory In two ciinmplonh'.u
; cup toumarnenui.
The game to-morrow night will be
between the Irish-Anierlcsn A. C. and
l the Ht. NiehOlaa teams. If the P. J.
onWgy team shows the same con-
Istant Improvement al It did in the
1 eontatl last week with the Hockey
Club a close and Interesting smuggle
i may be expected. Th MaoDoneld
1 case has not been Dually disposed of,
but It I possible thst he may wear rhe
gr-en and white In o-morrow night's
game preeldeut Russell of the Ami
teur League has called a masting of
the Governing Committee, to be held
this afternoon, and the young Canadian
player haa been aeated to appear be
fore them with proof of hla eligibility
to play as an amateur. The Albsrts
Association has mailed Vactionald hla
, amateur card for tha season of 1111,
1 shoe Ins htm to be In si
1 standing In
the Canadian Association.
vol1 . otV . .
Oa iiMi uieaf m res 8tsoAef mf farnssa
t ss i arises or sfelicaesienaaseaftfrjnas
Btftfrass. Wilt rVAi.A.r. 31
Av., Va rart, TVsst'a all
Says Murphy of Cubs
New York Americans Signify Fast;
Seven of the Players Already in Line
Judging by the manner In which etxned contrata are cnn-.!ng Into t)M
ofllc of the New Tork American League Club, all the players arc mix. mis to
work under the new manager, Frank t'liam-e. Already sen n player have
atepped Into line. Ray (Keating, the prom'.alnc pitcher from lawrenoe,
pennant Winner of the New Kngland le-ague lat yenr. anil Jack Martin,
who played at IhOrtatop regularly tUItU hit on the head by a pitched ball,
are the lateat to affix their ItatflM to tha neoeaaary docu.nenta. The otlier
five wtki huve alKiicd are: Outfielders, Woltcr, l.ellvelt and Danlcla;
pltchere Ford and Warhop. In the New England League Keating won twen-ty-atx
out of thirty-eeven games anil waa easily the aeiinat'.on of that or
linlUlUn He reported at the Hilltop In tha fall, hut didn't show any
daixllng form because he was etale from overwork. .tUrtln wasn't of
murth vjiluc after belna "beaned." ao he waa traded :o Roclieater for
Tommy McMillan, but Inter the two clubs reswapped.
RACES JUST HABST
WITH JOE FOGLER
PAftMi Jen. 20 - Winning elx-day
"acts Is Just a habit w.th Joe Fogler of
lOoklyn. With Alfred Goullet of Aus
tralia aa hla partner he captured the
-dsy grind Just finished here, the
pglr of them covering 2,740 miles In 1st
The French team, fiuprey and Laplse,
lnlahed second, with the Americans
A alt Hour and Wiley third. Moran and
ItiKOt were placed seven
It was Fogler' second six-day victory
innlde or two months. In the six-day
race at Mudlson Square Garden laat
aonth, the BookJyn boy flnlahsd In
front with Walter Kutt of Germany aa
Ci NTURY THiiATR
d A kUj Are.
ruon ,t(Hl t'oi.
Ki'gs H sbaey.
Mata Wad A
sat. at 1 sBtftl
Bit lilt K.
TOlAV AT 4 P. M, Maturriay
Racketty Psckett y House iVi tto vm.
In ths OHU.nREN'H Thsa.. i rntiirr TVs Itldg.
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Stan BasTgtMi JI.Io'
"Snew White" opens at Msnns BUsM! nest
lion ana ordy). Ne tsvrformanrr this wash.
a'eji St T.. of Bwar Phorr Bpratit 18
B&:,$f lLaurette Taylor
aVtot,. y,8 I fea ' Ms Heart."
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WITHIN THE LAW
F. F. Proctor's
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Harry Hastinfs' Big Show SwuV
HMURRAY HILL TH ATR
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B Track, Hewllnc Ma I "J i
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shawer Hatha. It 1 1 1 V
I t nl forms and aaelpmeal Ie '
furnished absolutely free H
EJ hy State. One and one-half I
ffaVJ hears' of latereetins: and varied I
Instruction ones a week from I
I Ovtobee to Mar. summer ram do. B
For full part ir ul an, rail at ths I
Armor, from R.ltO to IO P. M. H
talaht or write ta the Adjutant. I
H'pV 'I'd SIT. m COl.t'MBI'g AVK. H
Celtlca Win Cloee Oame.
After betas nao i .si to the bad at half tins
in thstr Basse wtth tus Urttchloyo at Jaapsr toal.
ths New Tork Dollus. loakrs la tho New tors ,
tttsto Loagus. bracud porosvUblf sad won out t
finally by 2 gosla to 1. Aaw was credited
wfh tho lone tally for tV Crttehleys, wtdlt I'hu
Il w sad O'Hara estrh marts a point for the win
tiara. A Tureen of Soup
Receive the final touch by
adding one Teaspoonful
TH. uBIOIeiAL WONCtSTf R5HMI
A perfect seasoning for Flaw, Boaata
tdaa pa, ateaka, aad Rert bits.
Said to Ctteni Evtrywhin
f. X. Arens. Conductor.
ard Chaintier Concert.
Cooper, Jan. 23. k 1. M.
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TI ENTINI in THE FIREFLY
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Bttr, $1 I t; HtU'ilU 1ST V'ui itii
Bal eoe) iie.t t r-Miei, a utes i:.s.
. Ms A "re. CHIIBK ,v JQkHI'HI.VK.
m Bslr 21V AIITUrM nKAUnW,
J llraos Van St. t.o...
ArUS Mrlilingn. Will H Mur...; A Il ii.. e
a... Iteiie I '.II .-. Buj ti o r.
.t i-'otii at. Ualiacs PslUr,
Bam lie iv mid li.s Uieinskfra
Ultll Kleriuie ItcQIi.-tl.
WrsatUag le-Betwe Maja,
Cross and Shugrue to Box ,
Before Garden A. C. Jan. 29
The niters Have Agreed to
Weigh in nt 134 Pounds
BnF'.utt-: the darden C In Itadl"
on tqvart Qafdaii, on Wednagday
evening. .Inn 9, l..ch CfMl will
,.!eet Joe "Ynung'' Shtg.ue. the fast
rwl game HtfJlWtlg In a ten-round
bout at IM pounds, weigh In at UM
r.ng.!ile Illlly (jtbi'n llgaed tl" Bll n
to-day after making CfwM a Battaflng
offer. Uealdra this bawl thirc w',11 be
BnothOf tn-round 0 In which Johnny
DtlBiM will meet aome good tighter.
Croaa tlhta Jimmy Iuffy for ten rounds
at lljffalo to-morruw nlnht.
Down la New catenas tn nllt Kn gbeut ltrtrs,
'h- tursl llh!sltit. will i IgSlaat Krtnlile
llmell, the orsck lUtMtt of that ,-ity. In a ten
iiiasVi in-. it hrfnn1 tba Drlam a, 0, Hi: van tt.
rntt. Wes'.e1 Batlllnf MM In a trn r iunj
ter.it al tha aijis alab, :i4tidlnx Una i se.erv
: atsl hiTtmi titm in a ',) ira si ::ie linsi
I WU, Die adras.'e ss'.s I UswM Is orri SI.Ouu
J oh mi.. tViuloo Is ami intif she 4nc;.-'e cars
WELCH TO CAPTAIN
CAftLUlean Pa., Jan. 20 Another
recoid h:a been broken here. For the
flrat tlmo in local football history the
Indiana have elected a man captain who
I. as had only two ears experience
Gustavlus Welch, a OtUppcwa Indian, la
the player to a hleve thla unique distinc
tion, and no wonder the friend of the
clever little juurtrbnck are patting him
on the h. under to-day.
The new leader of the abortclnal team
! one of the most populnr student! at
tho Institution, and ggl the first presi
dent of tha lmlMn ttuuent government
I at the school. Ml loi'ttiall ambitions
date from a boast he made while at
. lending, as
member of the Indian
Kind, a l'er.niivan.a-lnil'.an football
I ,-ontt'gt In PlUUsdelphla In 1S10. The In
'dlana lost, and while he wa wltneHslng
i the lliaaMMg on FraaMIn Fle'.d. Welch
! Next year I'm going to get on that
J team, and then theru'll bo another itory
I to tell."
I Me made the 1311 team, and aa con
i slilered one of the bat uuat ter"iaoka In
the cotniry. List year he played the
i same pual'.ion, and If he had not suf-
fared Injuries to hla ankle would have
been oonaldered an All-Ar.ierlcan candl
i date. He has ninde his boa! cf over
' two ye.'irs ago more than good.
PICK OF OUR STOCK
Every remnant of $30 and $25
fabrics in our tore goaa Into thia
sale at $15.
NKVI' rOKKw 1.KWMM. TIIKATHKia.
P1V4PIKrl B'wsj, Olk jet, Km. m.so.
aps. r; epwTie 1wi.toii A rarta aaareawa rfvai
I la or I Kii,- - vrr'a "Im Iii1-.-. ' '
ALAN UALE said:
"The Conspiracy is .0
vivid than Wiihin the.
NOW I'l.VYINO st "is OAftBKH TirBA.,
tir.th st.. Juat i.ju.t of Broadsrajr.
riDD Iflf .Vti .- . nr.B'Ka.Kis.,S i!0.
unnn,iv,n,atl.MttH A atlw,
usis Wsd. A Sst
III I I I SK
HUDSON"''' K- "' M'"'v- K" -'3
IIULJUlt I'l I. Ml 111 Vlflll'l' t e w -.
TH POOR LITTL
W.-tJ . Kv.s l.. J.tlB.Tmi ,t
K E L L E R D 5? ff gg v NT
Dl lfW I B"'- evt :'.: -1
DlslVv MAT KVKHT IXty AT 3.KU
r iJ.1' RAiN YS AFRICAN HUNT
Ti .E WORLD said:
"Withir. '.he Law is as
meek as ?. lamb com-
Dtred with The Conspir
SOW PLAY1MTJ st rh i.AIlKirg TimA.,
3iUi 1-t. Just Kaa i.f llmsdwav.
CHmsm bcooib I fifWajT r
in ih. sramii jatAio rsTctotV
t lUI.'DTV w- tiM St. Bvs, at e. lD. J'st.
LlOl.tVl I Wel V 11. .MC. Watt. Mai. IV,,
K vlfltf'.HItortkVm. B'wsr tIMth Nt.
(t'ea at I lfl MaMtiaWS Wrtl. A Sst . 2.18.
OH! OH! DLLPhlNE
A 4S Ht. Evttings S.ilO.
1 1 oil i a att. 3,80,
A new fsn'e uy
Kf S.3U Mt Wnt A Msl '.' 16
Mont ginnery A stone
The le'tjr .if trsa rUlnper.
TE EVE. SUN said:
"The Conspiracy is vast
ly more interesting than
The Wh p.
t.Mh St., j'
iAHKIi K TIIT.A .
uf Ie it :
iTbstt - from Missouri
7 ft. ttt a Chit
t9?V.the Cherry Blossoms
.j. jmiim .tnialeur. Irlda
BRONX km V' "V'-v
.j.vrTifo-:T rollics of the Day
rntoi.y.-a kmalears Tinmduv.
agsi.' icii. ti tinaleiir. Tliiir.diiv
BEI ASCO!1 "i.'st .j.-,.
DblsnaWViaB, thus, 4 eat . jij
YEAIUiOF DiStK TlON '"j;.:d
Ibelti llt'IeBBI'U I'l lltn llli' Tkt I'UV.
A --IT LE DEVIL
si Bssawnsid tisnnl 4 Msoj.cs Ftrnl
til n.r ht sKs ic nstv stain fr at Issst
four s.sts When I in well ar'ln." ssld i:
Ion. "I will . sftsr a wateh aith Kit wnHeast
let ' ii-j f. .ije in Usltturlil. I'lis thrast wade
Mjpi llji-rts. mssxer .f WtnHMWs, that he
veuld make me prsssiit of if 1 awuiit slaa
for a ftfhl iti'. wiiitsini not i let ms ft. nop
n 12 mo . i' Vt ilii iras aoioa sumi bm Is ijiu
fao m lie) ...st I w'.U loss no tlaie In earantrag
ti has M leskeil aal h .'ma)li.uitr t'nee
S. I'Ne.l was sir ' el liairuss of tin Btaia At,
letle riaialpkia : i s l.vt m-iin o the
J'einni.asioT . eroetl isr talitr I eosad ,loor. Onalr
uiks.ieiiiv l1r..u SfoSS ant ud :
'UscOeaiaii. I .ie.. vo m wts for air.
I'lir tt- islrmsn.'
"I nsul mj vut lor .Mr. O'vai'." rstnirken Mn
"I will i te f.ir nr -elf." re'.lieil irfMI. w.ieea.
-in Se-rrtaj. H ms ie ilia fvUaj sa
ne ui "ems re
"Mr. li'.Vr I It c,e lei lislrman."
rrsnks lltras l ie Jems Cltr Mntiesr git,
aaa snntlier ten reuinl aaslt In See nrlrajat ss
stisnlav algM hf oianelnbnf BdLv iViliaiaiiswiaa
tf -i al M.e Bej-al A. V, Burns was IM
fie stid i ter io: his j; -nmt. sad taaded
hag ami isTlaa, Hun reenel s ffuarantas of
l.'saj i-m- hit freible. is uh on ula
iiaj liotne. s 1 1.4 .af: Uwrs lannetutsijr after tat
Jim Sarato wss trstutaf at a frmr latum ta New
Orlrana i.ir s bout with eilsoi Mltk, a Miutbeta
MfysetMit, at the Orleans A, C. oa Thursday
nliht. wlwsi rSmlth enttre't Lie ,.a Naittiw
flssitrr knew tkie other, slxl wl.en csnttta SW
aiwtel tliat t i-trt .in to l, wlUi
JUS ss-ee'. .-n;ilri iH-e ; r"'re,1 -ita
ago la tlM
first ftaitvl. slid IbJ tsttar, fr'.tlr.s anfrv, pwl
SOiltll awsr III I a sa-end. U t is 1 KIT) of-
iii.. hnsril wkal liiKiamel i.'i- caL'ed off tat
'., sail is out 1400. as he wu to has
rei-etred tlmt ssnisint for fijrhtjne Hsnith,
dills? MaOsaflf Is rounding sste vmdM&m a
tho New Feta A. A. for his wi mun.l bunt srttb
r'rrddir ti ... et fietMlt, will h will fnufat at
IM ralrjaoat o, en weiimsiiiiv nig, t. Ma.
iimrtr Is a trifle asarsNjlght, bat exiascla sja
mske ttie weight la the time thry get into the
ring, aa ho Is doing eimaidrreble roau work ga
cased Jn heavy underclorties an.1 a writers.
K i .wa Brrvwn, !w will Imt
A:iftl lfl tsfUl dtV-R. rat r-B a wORU lRd to
Jis l...en fur ttvamt.. rt.i.nrl at ern- n t :
B tit. j' n:, t. tar RfUrTWOD. bll bi
mi. .! to nm Ji Atxl, Lh .i'tko light
uright. tut in brftirf a tJut it AtUait,
Oft,, on :.rv. FSIrlat. ThU will ta Bro-W
aWtrhnwAlwr trf Brjwn'i ivmiiiciim. lfTd rTg9
HUlr WfWe tT mm m,M e ieir;l. to m
inn KwlMsMy tor ton munttti t tho dq
Mow cm Df-i r-ii'.mT nifiiT, wruit tn jr
A. (. Of HnxkfXhn ml'fr Jt tr in n
'Btaw i 'BMfthaVn. :1 r ItiUlkllD II' 'r tcm taws.
rouDti l 1.
Jim Sn'Mf Wtio U hn . -Ir,! nn hf (Ivriho
HoiUli. tl J4Urnil.a 'itt. rtg) . In wmm
ruutvlB it th GtrJrn A. C. I frw arintbi u
1b to ft return m!?h.
tO Yes. This Address Means BontslkhBg
All Ballroom Dances Cusraw
teed in S Privau La,
sens aad 4 Class 1
24 C lei Lesson 0
I Private Leatoa $1
laoact fee I arse Free rtosskle.
faewarele Mall far Private Toaae
TBI RLMEY SCUOUL lorOANCUC
ItlB-ttlT-uiu Blshth As., aw. A4th aa.
Thnm'a White Klephent Bowling
end Milliard rartor, mat at, u
CONTIriuOUa FROM ITS 11 KM.
TTSf PRCORAM CHAKID iWWY6T7WCDW
BKH'tL-SI AND BEST IN VAUUKVILlaB
at rarotiAB nuoss,
OPBNI SAT. KVF... JAN. 28.
Kav-natlont (or Otientng Sight Oalr.
SKAT CAltB OPENS Till DAT.
i AMI Li UN TOTftv
aPBNJ TBCBf, ITB.. JAN. 3.V.
vsta ltea.net 0,rnlng Night Onlj.
TIOKBTS UN BALB TO-MOBBOW.
86. H St REE
Th rd Ass,
a etii m.
MAY WARD SSSZS"
a trraaa nn; acts.
CI NMMillAM A
I I I KltKI.MAN
rnounuom, I to 11.
Popular Tri ss.
M'KINLEY SQUARE 13 U
I4IKIM1 I'VKUI I riK OTIOlt
DE KALB b7"-)".""
.tinriis,. Kit r. A
raat lining I'ontesu. I C'IDV ft
' 'A JU.U J J ; J J J J 1 1,1, a . a t-j
NVMPIIS.V RICR A
Union Sq. ? s,4i
Tiie lha.ii ,u 1 i unr
Dim T Ibb, I ntirem '
COLONIAL I ETHEL HARR YMOM,
II'WSI, t-'tl Kt.
uelas Daiios. ita,
DAILY Mils. S(l.
1 CUueWttUM SisrrjwTsie,
"7th a tieth at
l lUth St -id At.
DAILY Mats 2ti
I Basal W lu. Bud
.. sura Biased
i tnsn L'susl." Mai ...
lasia. KtrkaTrdtti satis.
I i1"! Bid Kabsnt!
-Nn a alorrls, Oeaam Jj
nailer, tiiuart niraag.
Jos Whlla-Wl. otJiers
HA. LEM KL
Dsilir'Msts 10 to fgsv
riinjn . w. ss
OBO.r nH k fsl'CTU BLt . , B'srar A 4.U
M. eswsessav as fonUf Mat. Prida-.
GEO. M COHAN ..r(":ii m
Hint H'way. -ttitri it. Kres. ' .16 suVrt. '
seiwn M.tlneea Wrd. ifoo.l A Sst. 1 1.
faRAND OI'BltA HllloE. Wd a:. AStiiSMr
that n n-iis.a pvrii- mT
ftl VMPir Eaet llth St. rtsin 12fll St irs.
JL I IVI r l- Mat. To-da. fVeata 2.1. .
, Thurs. -Amateur NigU. INc IIDIIblT MilBdl
W. -Oountrr 9iors. Ip clll 'k Bin fl Mm
A STAH TH
WaH IH AIR, 'lb' i,"
url sou im
fiajM tt i.i.. . 9mn
-j--vwmw "v unniMijUt-ri.
. I It II K IIAII V
MOTOR TRLCK BARGAIN
MA' K,,. ?.V nt U"- Wlal. M.rTsjM
UU'lti. A MIY, UkAJUlWMatl
SS 1 otlirrt
I toward Dsv UABPuBM
R. & L. COMPAMV