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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1021.,
BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS ARE GIVEN REAL SCARE AT GARDEN
THE FUSSY FOURSOME
Just Between Partners
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10,000 SEE POWERS FIVE
LOSE TO ORIGINAL CELTICS
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rWHkes-Barre Team Is Easily
Defeated by Local Team
in Matinee Contest.
Hf Original Oeltlea of New York
mperlencod UtUa difficulty In con
joerln the Wllkfja-Batra team of the
Starters lcaguo in tba contest plajred
yeotorday tfternooa at Kadleon
fjuare ardn. The champions had
thtngB thetr own way throughout the
s ntire game, and after the battle ma
rer ihe core rtocxl at to 18 la favor
of the1 Celtics.
33 evening contest, however, was
Mt similar In any way to that of the
Wftornooa. The famous Powers
Brothers of FaasaJo Invaded She
Garden with a crim determination to
carry homo the honors. The same
was a real fight all the way through
ad f&e 10,000 spectators who were
ortusate enough to witness the
struggle applauded every good play.
At the end of the first half the Pow
ers Brothers were in the lead oy a
margin of one point, for the score
, stood 11 to 10. The wonderful work
jnt Artie Powers enabled the visitors
train the lead. In view of the nov-
'sjRjr connected with seeing a visiting
llnim get the lead on the Celtics at
,0b end of the Initial session, every
feodv was eheertnr for thn Powers
WSraUMra quintet With the possibility,
'JKr rather a strong probability of de-
iteatr facing them, the members of the
Mbaxoirlon team went into the second
of the contest with a fast series
: 'Vt offense ol&ys and before their op
itioaents could head them off the Cel-
j nos had established a lead of six
' Dotnts which the Powers Brothers
..i Wold never eounterbalance. JThe
; ItfwsBplons won oat by a tolly of 11
,R zl alter one of uie tougnest ngnis
ever had In gaining a victory.
alBoDowan Lyceum quintet won the
Jferat game of the Metropolitan
ttflimt series at Palm Garden in the
IcAsmoon by defeating the crack
.Brooklyn Basketball team In a hotly
eon tee tod battle which ended with
'Uto score of 14 to 22. Stretch Meehan
' HsiiiTii , i il unusual form and through
1MB efforts the home combination was
sfeto 40 conquer the outfit from acrotui
Ytkm' itre. DrooWvna lined np with
iTJswrma. Mai on o, Bieonds, Bruggy
i and Barvey. The victors took the
!.Imw -artrh ntmtnti .trneban. Jerrv Bui
itltSvan. Save Wasemer. Smythc and
The New Tot Separates had a
tjMCCvsaful week-end. They subdued
jjtho fast Franklin X. C. Five by the
snoore of 11 to 1 on Bataraay, and
Jn Sunday afternoon they came right
back again end took the measure of
' mq same quintet by the eoore of 17
lb 16. Maroney and Mulligan siarroa
fh Sunday" contest
At Ravage's Uurtttute. West End
Pemt, V. F. rlefcated the Bt. Jerome ,
C f Ihv . tallv of 85 lo 14 m an ex-
Mttss came from beginning to eni
'After conattoring the Ajeenalon Aces
en Saturday night at the 19th Regi
ment Armory, the ex-soldiers thought
that they wouM have little trouble In
beating tbe Jerome five, but the score
431cate the close oharacter of the
fcwne. Tho victors Hne up with
! nilnv. 3. Held. NUtue, MCAieer,
I' 1 - ' . . . nA.MtA
Redmond. J. luiey ra """""
The visitors took the court with Cui
baas, Mclxrugbrln, Tarrlngton. Brl-
'denbnek and Burke. Brldenbook fea
tured tor bU team and Tom Klloy
atoned for the "Wont Endern.
j The Hudson Guild Olrls met aefeat
W the hands of the Inwood CHrls at
Bavages Institute yesterday after
noon. The Bcore was 8 to e at the
' sonaSuslon of the game. Both teams
pert op enough opposition to make the
JBafore the biggest crowd ever seen
U Corrlgan Casey Hall, the Bronx
aapfcrates defeated ttio home team by
. -n- f u tn m. (Vldell featared
rhootlng and fn?t floor work, but the
rffnw of the visitors was a little
f too much for him and his coHeries.
Starling ureys wncrtim
hosa the contest wherein they tackled
& TTnlty Caseys at Hoffman's Ca
rmx The score was tied up to about
ares minutes before tho finish, whn
'be ttome aggregation started upon a
hat offense, which netted them a vlc
ary to the tune of JS to SO. The
" mo-nps for both teams: Starling
Ireys Hertfeldor, Selfert. Guerdon,
tehmoor and Westrup: unity uasoys
ti In the prsltmlnary game at Hoff
f. 'an's Casino tho Van Nest Five sub-
jtted the Teflentlne Fl by the ocoro
, t to 34.
I COURT CHATTER.
The ITunta Point lloller Five, for-
awrty HtarHgtit Park Five, lsnue a
haJlenffe to aU bajfcetfiall teams that
re ropresotitod on the court with
teates. All gamea are to be played
.n the home courts at Hunts Point
Jace. For all Information commu
loexte with the manager of this novel
Btntet, In care ot Hunte Polntn Pal-
I CKany Interesting games remain on
.be schedule of the Crescent A. C
A Tuesday evening tho New Moon-
rm meet the Fordham University
an. Franklin and Marshall la
fhedutcd to oppose the home com
, lrnvtlon on Friday. Tho necoealty
In (a postpone uiu ii i ot an engagement
Stth Canlsaus College of Buffalo for
Wednesday, Feb. 1, leaves that date
pen. Saturday evening, Feb. , the
Preacents ploy, Dartmouth at 2Ian-
Original Celtics, 38: Wllkes-Barre, IS
(Eastern League, afternoon).
Original Celtics, 23; Powers Brothers,
MacDowrll Lyceum. 24; Brooklyn
Five. 22 (Metropolltton League, after
noon). Manhattan Lassies, IS; Mornlngsido
Btarllrut Qreys. it: Unity Casey. 20.
Van Nest Five. 29; Tolentlno Five. 24.
Bronx Separates, 84; Corrlgan Sep
West End Post, 25; St. Jerome C C,
West End Post, 17; Ascension Aces,
Hudson CJuIld Girls, ; Inwood Clrls,
New York Separates, 27; Franklin
A. C. It.
New York Separates, 19; Franklin
A. C It (Saturday).
OTHER RECENT RESULTS.
Kips Bay MldKets, 41; OrloUea. 21.
Holy Trinity Big Five. 2; Klpa Bay
Xavler High School. 41; Lawrence
High School, 2L
Itlverdale Country Club. 27; Hassle
Country Club, 4.
lUverdale Juniors, li : sc. junn s aun-
tary School, 9.
Rlverdale Midgets, 18 ; Uassle Midgets,
St. Bartholomow Fire, 11 ; Spartans, 11.
St Ansdm's A. C 39 : Royal Eidianso
Lynbrook A. il. BcsUors, 40; Ureat
Neck Five, S9.
Lynbrook A. M. Juniors. 48 ; Glen Cove
Ethical Culture School, SI ; Franklin
Bff John Pollock
All Harlem If excited over the
twelve-round bout to-night that will
bring together Charllo 1'llklncton and
Sammv Voirol. two former amateur
champions. Another bout on the same
card that Matchmaker Eddlo Mo
Mahon has arranged Is also a twelve'
round affair and In It Tony Lyons and
liobby Lyons will swap punches
Bnar VtSter. tk rimr Mslor lllbrvelcftt. wto
U no txtra minutd br rm Cl. will toi
WUn SUw M U Arw Club, latrj Cltj, cm
lrw from to-morrow nlikU tiittfJ Thurdy
nUM et Xhit mt. lie will tin mrt Voun
OKdwell W rorUuia. Mk. Trb. ! J.
nB ttmlllM t Ullwtuto TV. It.
rvrrj IWIwk. Um UtU xnentowD bintun
wrlflx. wVi hu m(l nrt Wl In t Ik"
Oirdm. wUl Mipw In MOtbre bHl to-iJUt. H
will itv tMK wltk Jon XfioB l HlUm
11 Uw. MrJIujA'i nuirr. t I"' Il
OFfrr U Uk8 UoBtu to Parii to tut Crl(iul ot
(Lrtl, WMte. Uie well-toiown Chlcro Bl
wrftM, ifl Vr Jutooa of UU dtr k bn
nitrM t bm ! lMut niwn-rouM bout In
tk Ouiira Jul. n. Iter will wellh 1M pound"
-rt Tk1, brat Ul tb plo of th
BrUton-MVi vmx nu h Nn rinf. noiu
men Br noma w wui.
PW Koran, wko U ttln In th rrdtr of
uMknmtor of tne OItmjiI A. A. of PnlUdripnU
tn tb ! of nimu Injlor. wto li lr.
hut l(iwd o Owrte Cmmi. tn Ultwel1i
Biltlnon. ts mM nrtT OMlion tfi Boston wdnr
wetikt. to U ftor bont of tltnt roundi t tf
elun't kow to Ix Ud4 en Uon4jj orolug Jin. St.
jjmsj D?rJ. tho fut nnd clmr btttler of CH-
fcrnU, will be n In notion In I'nunoeipnia
lo-aonaw nUM. IIo baa km rftnra WWW
manaavT to naot TVuimj Ixnirtiran. tbe rhlladKphla
flditm In an rlaat-roonrt contort at a anow of tb
ralaca A. C of rbUaoWnala,
MaiAntim' Vent of U las Ften of mia-
eltala. ana w fat tnotea Bp Umw baota for bis
cHba inow an tba nlf at of Jan. 31. Artla Iloot of
C3nlaM tatrta IlalM nasian nf Calforala. rhU
CTtHmi of Rolutnbua will book np wila Jlmmr
Monla of ralladrlpbla, and Mlrkor WalUr of -Ji
abnUt. X. I., will nuct ealolrr Rirtfeld of Brook
Ira la a rw-urn bout.
Dntrh Braadt. Um nteran featafPMJrbt of Bioox-
tn. la anoaar rilrtta- wbo la on Um bonlta Hit
"Dutch" broke two bonaa U all left band wbloh
tast kin mo boxlac Bl Uanm at Tonkera on
Tkaradar itUbt. Hla nmlotaa aara tbat Brandt
will na tba abU t box ncatn for at Jaaat Um
Sa ahttCrtrieL. rdiuwv af Jlmmr Darer, Die
etarar aaa fM mladlrwtlxht ot California, who kaa
won avreral flgata In tke Qarden atnpa n cane
EaM, daUared ttrdar tnat tbe tnanacer f Pan
ltceenbara. Ike llnnUn wellrrwelglu. haa oelltiet'
atab; rrfuaed to accept tneea boqta tor lloaenbers to
XI llfvt tai matcsMi K. o. Lantalln. lYnner!
ranla'a mJtenretoht rnamplon, to bra Jack U alone
at Tannntown Jan. J7 Uppe aaia kail tt to
aend MoUuga after tha fvathen now. is all tko
uaok bant ami are stdwrtevDlnc kin.
GLENC0E A. C. TO HOLD
The Glcncoe A. C. will hold an ama
teur boxing tournament at tho Central
Casino, lC4th Street and McComba
Place on to-morrow and Thursday eve
nings. The preliminaries will take place
on Tuesday and the finals on Thursday.
Herman Blnger, the chief point scorer
for the Oleneoea. will be Uie star at
traction of tho tournament.
falvdr Raar Winner.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 23. riiil Sal
vanor, tibco tigniweiRnt, won every
round of hla scheduled right-round
match with Whltey Fitzgerald at the
National u;uo nere baturaay night. Bui
vador won over whltey by a wider
margin than Johnny Dundee recently
earned over the local lad. Ralvndnr
will box Johnny Donnelly in tho final
bout here vex. 4.
Larry Ilrown In "Casey 00O.
Larry Brown, University of Pennsyl
varus, a great miauie-aistanco runner
and world's record-holder for 1,00ft
yards, has sent In his entry for the
'Casey tOO," the feature event of the
KnlghU of Columbus games at tha 2Zd
Regiment Armory on Feb. 15,
THE FUSSY FOURSOME, Vic's New Comic, Appears Each
World Readers on Receipt of a Five-Cent Stamp for Each Copy.
first Having Appeared IVlay ju.
George Ward and
Meet in Newark Ring To-Night
Crack Jersey Welterweights
Clash Over the Twelve
Alone about 10 o'clock to-nlglit, Eliza
beth, X. J., will be a deserted village.
Tho Inhabitants will move en manse to
tho neighboring City of Newark, where'!
Mickey Walker, the "Elizabeth Thun
derbolt" Is scheduled to do twelve
rotmda of battle with GeorEie Ward,
tho "Elizabeth Lightning nod."
Not In many, many years has a box
InK contest, or ni.v other sporting con
test, for thnt matter, aroused such In
tense Interest and bitter feellnn a.i this
same bout, which will ho held by the
Newatk Sportsmen's Club In tho 1st
Ward and Walker are rated among
the first four welterweights In the world
to-day. Jack Brltton, the world's cham
pion, and Dave Shade of California, are
tho other two In this quartet.
Walker Is essentially a uehter. Ward
a very clecr boxer. Of tho two, Mickey
lias much tho harder wallop. In fact.
It will be Punch s. Science to-night.
Harry Ertle, who rcforcod tho Demp-
1963 were $40
1342 were $45
Now 4aA J
1641 were $50
1341 were $55
1932 were $60
1421 were $65
No Charge for
Men's Pants $Q75
Absolutely all wool and made in our own
shops -under our own supervision. flow
669 were $8 621 were $10.00
560 were $9 245 were $11.50
M0E LEVY & SON
119-125 Walker St., Aar cent a.
J.V.fraitce on Uortiandf Bt.
Address Sporting bditor, tvening World.
sey-Carpentler battle, will be tho third
man In tho ring. The boys are to weigh
In at 149 pounds nt 3 o'clock this after
noon, give or take a pound.
There will be three other bouts on the
programme. Sailor Maxtcd vs. Eddlo
West; Tommy Speno vs. Kranklo Olden,
and Jimmy Tomasulo vs. Joe Donley.
All are more or less well known.
Todds at Soccer
The Todd Shipyards soccer team, na
tional champions, suffered defeat yes
terday In tho American Soccer Leagu
series at the hands of tho Harrison
Football Club at Harrison. N. J. After
toiablishlng a 3 to 1 load In the first
half, tho Jcrfccymcn won out by a score
of 3 to 2. As tho two teams ore in the
semi-finals of tho U. S. F. A. Cup com
petition. In which they are due to meet
on Feb 12, rivalry was of tho keenest
and the play none too gentle.
Itlght after tho restart Itatlcan of the
Brooklyn team broke through the home
defense, but was declared offside by tho
In this assortment of Over
coats and Suits you will find
every desirable fabric and
model for men and young
men. Also a good variety of
golf suits superbly tailored
while they last,
$25 arid $35
1241 were $40
852 were $45
972 were $50
1362 were $55
1736 were $60
641 were $65
I m409 E. 149th St.
Between Third and Bergen Awa.
Monday in The Evening World. Copies Will Be Reprinted on
You Will Want the Series in Your Home or Golf Club. This la
TACK'S GOSSIP AND
The New York Athletic Club bowling
team has n Rood safe lead In the Ath
letic Bowling League, according to J. D.
Negley. Secretary of tho League The
N T. A. C. bowlers have participated
In twenty-four games to date, out of
nhlch they have won seventeen, with an
averago of 947.12. They are followed
in this order by Rosevllle. Hoboknn,
lliiernn, Passaic. East Orange. Newark,
Vnlon. Bayonne and Jersey City. Sam
Bcberts of the N. T. A. C. who Is o
made by the Lymansville
guaranteed over 14 oz. in weight, full color, double and twisted
all wool worsted, both ways, and no other tailor in the country,
to my knowledge, advertises this fabric
made into a suit under $35, MY
m u y
captain n team at the American Bowl
In Congress Tournament tn Toledo
l.rxt Mnrch, la the high average man
with IOC. 15 for twenty-one games. In
cidentally, ho Is high score man with a
total of 253.
The dataa on which teams from this arc
lion ot tha country are to bowl In tha
American Homing Conirra Tournament, at
Toledo, O.. nr! lnter-Clty. two teamn,
lMurcti 0. Diamond, ona team. March 10;
Unlrrrnlty, ona taam, March 10; Mohawk,
ona team, March 10; Hat Inn it, ooa tun,
March 10: Bpartan. one tram, March 10,
Oiphrum.ione taam, March 10; Greenwich,
ona team, March 11; Mtlroaa, on tram
March 11. Iludd's Htara. one tram, March
21; Metropolitan, ona team, March 27.
Barernl vary rood trams ar acheduled to
horvl in thr ISanttrn L.adlea Howling- Con
crr this afternoon st Dan Kahr'a, Lanoi
Howling alleys. Among tho to bowl ara
ii have 50 pieces of U. S. Government Blue Melton. These goods were made
by the American Woolen Co. for the U. S. Government to be used in the navy,
guaranteed 30 oz. in weight I will make Single Breasted, Fly WEf.
Front, Velvet Collar Overcoat to order, irrespective of size tj) JL O 4 O
The U. S. Government, under contract No. 42790,, contract dated Nov. 1st,
1918, purchased from Metcalf Bros. & Co., in excess of their demand on ac
count of the ending of the war, hundreds of pieces of Blue Unfinished Worsted.
These good, as you must readily understand, had to be up to specifications.
They weigh approximately 13 oz., are guaranteed for color and for the qual
ity of the wool, and no other tailor in this country at the present moment is
advertising Wanskuk No. 2 Unfinished Worsted under a price of $60. 1
make this fabric into a suit of clothes and I don't care whether you are 60
around the breast with a leg ot 63, or whether you are 32
breast, the price will be the same. 3-P1ECE SUIT TO ORDER
The balance of ulsters,
all around, left on racks
I have a thousand pairs
some made during dull
Hard Paper and Mailed to Evenins
the Thirty-Fourth of the Series, the
lorkvllle No. 1.
Unlreraltr. Victory No. ;
Itallauce, No. 1 and L.enux
tnhl!nSJ0i!:t.,IIp"!!??,liM,l5i l,?oW'rn "'
IntarC1t match with lllllla Knoi of l-nlln
dalphla (or a purse of 11.000. gained a laud
O' oft Dtna on Ml ODtionent In th rirat hair
ot the ronteat rolled at inula Oordea'a Orard
Central alleyi, nrooklm, Batunlay night and
last night. I.ucka bowlra poorly In Via first
Un gamea rullnl Raturday evening, hut .
nore than maila un Tor thin last nlaht hm
he overcame a lead of 105 pins, whlit.
Knox had on him, and took the lead The
ecore of the two nights follow:
Uueke 14S, III. 229. tOi, 17S, 171, SJ
I8, 177. 17. Total, I.BOI.
Knox 20(1. lM. 180. 2K. 188. 11)8. 104
110, 18.1, 220. Total, 2.007
Irficke 203. ICO. 1P2, 211. 102, Ml, 203,
MS. 2S7. 301. Total, 3 0IJ: (rand total.
KilOX 190, 187. 218. 1M. 20". 184. 17H,
182, 183. 204. Total, 1,882; grand total,
double breasted, half belt and belt
of odd trousers, some uncalled for and
season, all sizes, large as well as small
Albert Michelson Noses Out
Mike Dwyer, Veteran Har
rier of Mohawks.
Albert Michelson of tho Morning- . ,
Bide A. C. won the wwkly fond run
of the Harlem Athletic League which
was held from the club houao of the
Mornlngslde A. C. yesterday. He led
Mike Dwyer. veteran harrier of the
Mohawk A. C. by a matter of Inchc.
These two, who hnd teen seesawing
for nearly half of tho nine miles,
came through 118th Street running
stride for stride and It won not untl)
the two reached a point n few feet
from the finish thnt Michelson went
to tho front, J. McNeill of the Paul
1st A. C. was third twenty yard In
the rear. Cliff 'Mitchell wns fourth.
Twenty runners toed the mark, anil
of these eighteen completed the
course. The race wns a scratch affHtr
and the winner's lime 48m. Bs. for
the nine miles wns excellent. '
The runners started on liSth Street
and went south on Seventh Avenu
to 110th. Here they circled Ccntrnl
Prk and came hack to Seventh Aw
nue again, through 128th to the fin
ish. Dwyer. Trick. Mitchell. Znlirudof
sky, McNeill nnd Michelson took tho
pack along nt the start nnd set n
wicked .pace. These six soon drew
num.. trm tlie Pfvtt nnd mnf1r,lt a
...... j ..w... ... - - - v" - .
race of their own, Wlbludofsky lil . ) ,f,
much of the pare settlmr. At Fifth
Avenue and !9th Street aMlclielson
nnd Dwyer took the lead, followed by
McNeill nnd Mitchell. The llrst pair
went on stride for stride and opened
up a gap. They continued this way
until tholr thrilling llnlsh took place. v gji!
Tho race yesterday wns the 'second. 9 a
of a series of scratch rond runs that
Is lielng held for the purposo of c6m
I r, .,
petltlve training for the Brooklyn-. ,
Seagate Marntlion, which will be held '
on Feb. S2, and which will be flftcon
miles. Last week tho mco was itt
six mile, yesterday nine miles anil
next week It will be nt twelve miles. '
Then, on the following Bundny, the
athletes will negotiate a full fifteen
miles and will be In excellent condi
tion for tho famous Brooklyn classic.
Tho prizes for tho modified marn-.
thon will be the most vnluahle of r ' '
ferctl for a race about these parts In,
some time, Fifteenth prize, for ln-f
stance, will consist of a bronze, statu'
119-121 Nassau Street
2 Columbus Circle