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^orningside Atiiletes Shine iri Harlem Run-Montgr ^^ m*m*Hlt* Sim Furlongs
pohring, Magee and Keely
lead Way in Road Race
Frank Tftlerton, of Glen
Prize After a Struggle
gy y C. Cavagnaro
a?riers ot ??- Mdrnittgside Athletic
GriTtajoyod i ? ?' ?? ?cam?fring j
?JSTli.ndto?i ' ?! tttn of the Har- :
*fJ?' Heighta MhUtic League, which
SEtSdWrt* '? five ar.d-a-half-mile
iSr^ ?p1 the urst three
?"**"]_,_ [ -tition bv
i deciaive niargin, and . failed to
t-ke * f!e- :: sweep uhi?n i: l?.St l
Tha aialeto who Btood m tho way
/s clean Jcore for the Mornings le
Lre&ktives waa Frank Titterton,
'.Z Glencoe Athletic <. lub rtrnner, the :
!?.**h man who finished seventeenth
SamiB?teS >d?.. Thia effort
??hitr. the fa t-trnua pme over Ed
ivS Khmafl, Mornmgside Athletic
rvb who finished Bixth with a handi
c_p of tl nds> in 31 min"
..res ST seconds.
""ic was t'r.t- ? l experienced "by
Titterton in the eague raoea this sea?
son He '?'??-- -"??-'? troTD defeat ?y
Mmfors, ? rew blocks
/-ora ' nnis '? Titterton
.iiat Lehmai home. f
UStterton made I e moat of the advice
to'sprir.t the barder to the fimah line.,
A'bert Pohring, John Magee and,
gtanlov Kei l three Morningside I
rnnner?. le.i Bonie the field of thirty-<
?ne startars aa named. Pohring>a vic-]
tory i* attributed to the allowance of i
fr?e minutes. I are'y survived ?
the hard i^wvy to win by 10 yards
from Magee. i
Keelv xvn- : strongly at tho ;
fiaish and was only five yards back of |
y^f-...-. nish Pohring led
throufrr,out, K !"....?<.? d to
__... - | t the second mile,
bat suii. Magee's sprint at the .
Shortly after the runnc-ra had been
started on their way snow begar. fall
in_r, makir.c the scoing hazardous. . A
number of the athletas sufered in
velantary "headers"' under the condi?
tions. A'.' howevef, managed to escape
jruise* except Peter Zabludof3ky, Morn
ing^iiie- luring the last mile, ?
injuring his fight knee.
roa Name anad club. H>lrp. time.
1?A Pohring, Morn'alde A.C. 5:00 ^4 :;l
J?J. llac?'. Morn'alde A.C.. 3:45 33:10
|_S. K K'-.. *:45 31:13
<_-: Ma:,.;v, Glencoe *_C 30 3:' :32
h?\v. ? l Chri3t Cl. 3:00 32 S
*? F. ? hman, Morn'alde A.C IrSO 'Ubi
T?P. Zat d ki Murn. A.C -'.??? 12:18
i?!.. D " AC. . 4:4*
|?M. J T?.i, Olfencoe A.C;.. 5:30 33:09
19?.1 ;? ??? -. Glenci ? A.C . ' 18
!1_k Moorhead, Atpha Club. 3:00 S3::l5
lt?j. Hobaa. HarbrooK Hgts. 5:00 Z5:L%
li?f. Silversteln, Glencoe A.C 2:00 33:05
4_q. Triompaon, St. Chrt. Cl 3:00 34:25
li?r. Heoht, Glencoi \. C... 3:30 34:56
TEA M C; 3 M1' ET! TION
Mnrnir.sside A.C. 1 2 3 5 6?17
A.C. 4 7 8 9 11?39
Ha.-bro-.-v Hei*atS-...10 12 13-14 15?54
Bohland Captures Fast
Time Honors in Run
Max Bohland captured the fast time
tonors in the weekly handicap road
mn of the Lower Manhattan A. L.
frora the Paulist A. C, clubhouse yes?
terday. He ftniahed aevehth from
icratch in 20 r.in-tes 20 seconds. Ed?
ward WaUh. from the 2-minute mark,
headed home the field of aeventeen
itarters in 21:10.
r - N'a - lub.
?!?:!. v . - p . * A.C.
'. rtichar r tti
? ? r.1r-*?r. . ?-j?i -? A-C. -
4?T ' R-^ff .r. ? l=t-.l ! . A.C . .
5?W. - rt AC.
??F. ;. ?? ? i .-. Paulist A.C.
T?M. i llat A.C scratch
I -.1 -?: ? . :-? iull t A.C.. 1:00
?W Burko: I u - A C
lt?J A. C- 4:00 24.44
Russell Jekel First Home
In Brooklyn A. A. Run
Fifteen rdnnera entered ?n the invi
tation ?craxch ten-mile road run con
d-^ctod by the Brooklyfl Athletic Asso?
ciation yesterday in preparation for
the Brookivri Sea Gate rnarathon on
February 22. Russell Jekt:, of the
home club. won rather easily in one
hour and two minutes, with Harry
Lezge, a clubrr.ax*. second, in 1:04:3"),
and Charles Sberaian, Morningside
Athletic Ciub, third.
Jekel took ' I at the second mile
and grni.:-.1:;. ?: .<?.? from his
rivals t!ie reniain
der of the jrourae. Other runners to
w D ; tei fini ~hcd a?
lollows: W Daniel Tay
lcr, Hafh Carro :, Prank Rjddy, Louil
Goodina:;, i& ,d Arthur Behr
Mohawk A. C to Take
Action on Suspension
A s-i ing o* the members ol
th? X. ' ? b haa been
called for nc t ". ui lay evening tc
btratior committee of 'he ."? trop
Aaaoeiation t! at the Bronx org i .
tion be auspi.
The vaapeni i the gro .:. lt
that the Mohawk club refused to rfcturn
? prize ?aid *o have been UegaUy w^r
h the Kir.gs County A. A. open handi?
cap Coad run la it year.
it was Intimated that the members
?*onld rote to return iha disputec
tropiy uj the reg:stration committe<
T;ih lh? - -.-, that the ca*s.- be re
'">mi in or - ? the Mohawk clufc
r.-.a_r p.,. | . ,; .;.,,, COrr.rnitte<
Jaok Frosl Again Wirn
LONG BRANCH, N. J., Jan. 11.?Ir
M aogt ipeetacular race of the neaaor
?r? to--ia7 Captain James O'Brien'i
r?Q "??* '?''?'' WK>_tbaf 1>X on thi
traRofl rnp _-r,m a ?e]j of thn &Urt
irt cvf.-r the 15-mile course of the Loni
Jraneh Ueboat and YaefH Club. Th.
*"*?*?? led at tho first stake an(
KRerward rave way tio tne Jack Proat
The rfc-v; for ten milei wa? betweei
*? O'Brien yacht nnd Captain E. W
trits't Ffr.p - ^ former getting thi
victory hy !') second*.
?? J. Salrnon Honort Kubien
Walter/, I '.. prominent loca
'?trti ?,,.. r.ar/i?,d a two-year-oli
Mjwn " ? | r. ;: . e o
A?hiand, in honor of Frederick W
yj2***i J-' Utnl of ' - Matropolita
^???tlatiorj A. A. U. Th? ?x?lt waa pur
^???d r,y Mr. ftatmon at the M&jo
?*__?_** C. MacDowaU aa)4 at Saratog;
?*?* A'?-tf'<''. wbo paid aaVeral t.hou?taii
?Hbri coit will make its flr?
"*f4 it ?-? iprlng rr^f%\r\f, at Jcmfeic;
I ?.>.,..;.j(. ,.- ? Wbich Wi]
^nAue*. irus r'rma'nitig road ra*?r? o
'?a Brvnr Athi*f.:e f>oajr*-* f?r -">* **?
w?*_* w*? ATifiOvnoe-ei \,j Max 311v?;
**?41'r?pp?r, ynnUtriay a? foflows: .Tar,
**)r 3fc, Kt. Anwlm's A. C; th. Pa*tlm
J-C; Pebru?ry 1, St. Franeta C. TJ
| Wi Y. M. H. A.; \h, flt. Mary'
i *?.; 29, Mohawk A. C.j March '
Thanks to Twiss
Fine shooting by Captain J. R. Twiss
jave the Columbia rifle team a close
,'icory over Harvard on Saturday in
ho first match of the season for both
organizations. The Blue and White
eador scorod 198 out of a possible 200,
opp'ng his nearest opponent, A. E.
Wilson, ot' Harvard, by two points,
Hrhich was the margin of victory for
the N*ew Yorkera. The final count was
( olumbia, 966; Harvard. 964.
The match was a "tejegraph" affair
conducteJ under tbe rules of the Na?
tional Rifle Association. Each team
shot on its own range and the results
orere telegraphed to the other coilege
by officials of the associations. Ten
men competed for each school, and the
total team score was based on the r?
suits of the first five shooters..
Tied with Wilson for second place
ttas a team mate* B. H. Young, who hit
the target 190 times out of 200. J. F.
Schmitt, of Columbia. was third with
lM, followed by J. F. Kienninger. eap
tain-elect of the 1920 football team.
with 192 Hnrvard's captain, H. K.
BMton, waa a bnd fifth in his team's
The summaries were:
Columbia?J. R. Twiss. 10*>: J. F. Schmitt.
',P4: J. F. Kjenninsrer. U>2 ; F. B. MoneH
ll : W. P. SchweitTer, 190 ; total. 966.
Harvuitl?A. E. Wilson, 196 ; B. H. Young.
19*; J. S. Curricr, 191; A. R. Wheatland.
191; H. K. Boltbn, 190; total, 964.
In Handball Over
Dowling, of N.Y.A.C
Ado'ph Badinelii. chairman of the
Metropolitan Association championship
handpell committee, 'entcred the third
round of play as a result of a victory
in the annual tourney in progres3 at
the Annunciation Club yesterday. The \
official downed James Dowling, New
York Athletic Club. after two spirited \
game!. by a score of 21?7. 21-?13. j
Four matches were decided in com-1
pleting tho first round of play, with j
Pat.ridt Shea, Pastime Athletic Club,
after lo?ing the first game, rallying \
to do*n Daniel Ryan, a clubmate, by
10?21, 21? IS, 21?15. Henry Dough
erty. New York Athletic Club, did not
have a point registercd against him in
eiiminiting R. Gerlock, St. George's
The jummary follows:
Metr?olitan Aasoclatlon handbatl eham
rlonsriii tournament (tlrst round)?R.
Mar.z, Annunciation Club. defeated J.
Best, Annunciation Club. 21?0, 21?3; H.
DougheSy, New York A. C. def<?at?d R.
OerlockJ Pasttme A. C, 21?0, 21?0; P.
Shea, Pi.stune A. C, defeated D. Ryan,
PastlfharA. ?.".. 1??21. 21 ? 16, 21?16; C.
Beakey, Annunciation Club. defeated J.
! Uunn, Annunciation Club, 21?11. 21?1*.
Seconj round?A. Badinelii, Annuncia?
tion Cluft defeated J- JJowIIiik, -New York
; A. C, 21?7, 21?iS.
' a *
For Sixteen Teams
A * metropolitan seml-professional
baseball league was organized by man
agers of ten teams in this city and
Xew Jersey at a meeting at the Marcy
j Club in Harlem yesterday. It is in
! tended to lim.it tho number of teams
j to sixteen, while it was also recora
mended that each team play two games
Among the clubs represented were ',
i the Asburcption Council, Knights of |
Columbus; Springfields, of Long Is- ]
land; Farmers, of Brooklyn; N'ew- j
burghs; Macomb's Athletic Club; Bush>- !
V.ick A. A, Downey's Shipyards and
; Sisco, both of Staten Island. Another
i meeting will be held On next Sunday j
? ftemoon, when it is hoped that the I
; full number of teams will be had.
The officers elected to serve for one
t year were president, George Halpin;
, vice-president, Thomas Sheehan, Dow
; ney's Shipyards; secretary, Fldward
Van Every, Farmers. A schedule com
' mittee and list of umpires will also be
i selected at the next meeting.
Robert Gregory to Lead
Union Eleven in 1920
SCHENECTADY, Jan. 11.?Robert
G<reg< ry, star left tackle of the 1919
, eleven, has been elected captain of
jVnext' year's Union tearn. Gregory
ifeails from Kxetcr and is a junior.
Union loses five of its varsity players,
out will start the season tvlth a
? rcterar line excepting center' and
| right end. Union counts heavily on
thia line pulling it through its hard
chedale, for it proved to be a sturdy
me before the end of the past season.
Football plans for next fall are
1 about completed. foi Mctzger. the
? eoach and physical director, has ar
! ranged the hardest schedule ever
played by a TJnion eleven. Although
oi defliiitely announced' Union will
! mc: the Army, Cornell, Williams,
?Amherst, New York University, Ho
j bart, Middlebury and Hamilton. The
| latter, Union's oldest rival, will cTorio
ith. season here on the Saturdaybo
| foro Thanksglving.
Lyccum Quintet Win
The Lyceum Quintet defeated the
! New York Celtica baskctball team at
Tammany Hall yesterday by a ncore of
, 38 to 80. Cloae guarding kept the vic
i tors' lead down to 12 to 10 at the end
of the first half.
New Orleans Entries
Vlrtrt. rarV (P?raj?i IVbut.; two-y?ar-Olfla: I
mald*n?; coltn tod k^I<"?>??; three fur
tonga)?Oet, *Em, 118; Plua Ultra, llt; '
Loyal Bweeper, n?; Jo? Manctnnl, 118; i
' Rnmlnlo, 118; 8Uvcr Kprlng-a, 118; Blrun ,
? Quol, 118 t
I Ba.on'1 r?c* t>!a)mlnff; fotrr-year-olda !
?n<l upward; uU fji-l'inKii) -?J'hron* Ward,
' ior,; *Bturdee, 115; ?Prophecy, 108; ?H?
drian, !<>: PU?en, 113; ?tJnric?s Douglan.
108 *Dixle Carroll, 101; Plnard, 111; Al
P eroe, 113; flp'-' ly Fo it, 108; M<-rry I.tmn,
?Koklux, !?>,. Al?'< sllfflbU?Niiw
Model, 163 ?)'-'.... 101; JwdIi P. Mur
pl.;,. Hlj BlaOM Wiiik, 108.
Third r ?? ?'? <: '???? rning; four-year-old* and
, apward; ?)* furjonaa) Plgeon 11J; A. N.
, Aktn, llli *?ortii?i*r. 112. Jaao, 110; ?3t. '
? in ior- ) 10. *D'.-ij,iii? h . UO; ?Bon TvOMip,
l uo; ??ulogy, lOJj *Cobait i.ma. 106.
Kourth riw? (Mr,rello Ifandloap; three
y?i?.?-iil.jB/- l>a.ma.an, 118; Klinplrton, 118.
i> (,? ruialii. 107; Aritl'lpaf.., 106; Bon?
" Dry 10<i. Mal*?, S?; l.a Bl*u?.t, 93.
>'!flh run* (T'Mxlm Land Puw; tottr-r?ar
1 LoldJ and upwurl; 0Oa nille and ??iv?ntjr
Y?r'la>)--Nopp?rh:.n 108 ; ilm Beffartnf, lOf;
I lltty, i<)H; OlttXirUtnUy, 10* ;? Orinii*. 1.06;
l-..?rfti*fj; ]??, HulrtcowrU. 10*; BloBta,
? i?'., suckiinK. loi: toaaimt, ?9.
huih race (otalMInf, thro?-y?*r-olde
?nd upward; OB? rnll? an<1 a ?Utf??nth) ?
, aOrohant, iio, TantaJua, io?. jnmnn. io5:
? (>to?eortOe, i'i'. C?rt* Kanu- \\t; ?it. c
f ,?,??''h. Itii. 'I.ftsy l.ou, ?o
???";'h ra'? (aUafmlJSf: four-y?ar-o!fla
*-,'! iji/w/ar'), 'jii" rnii?< and a elitconth)-?
' VVftba,! Tra?k, ?8; ????.? B., ?*? ?Or?<y
" I Dvliy. JOfl; rra.nk M?noi, 103; ?WUIIfan.
???. 'JTatry I'tip^a, 1031 ?M'.ddlln? Mlwa.
104; 'li'/n Dodif*. 106; ?Capital City, 103;
? !'?rrl?b, iVi, HmuirMy ?<>/, 110; Aretio.
, ? UO; H*r Toni Jir>, Highland t>a4. iti.
iAioo *i;kii,;?} ''''? 1'ln. 110; Baby I/rneb.
i. i 10*4 CtoiOoireat Box. 110. Po-Uu. 10*.
r eature Race
Solid Rock Scores Second
Victory in Row; Little
Nephew Out in Front
HAVANA, Jan. 11.?In the presence
of 5,000 persona Money, running in the
colora of Williama Brothers, won the
Autilles Claiming Statkos, of six fur?
longs, the feature *of the program at
Oriental Park'to-day. His victory was
a very popular one, as he was the
choice in the betting, and after assum
:ng a good lead in the early part he
;.ired suddenly in the last sixteenth
and the boy was forced to ride him
out sharply to win by three-quarters
of a length from Mlle. Dazie, which, in
turn, was a length in front of Top o'
Tha race carried a not value of $1,630
and the second horse received $300,
while the third horse pulled down $200.'
Money stepped the six furlongs in 1:11
bat. The time equals thc track record
ior the distance.
Pomerene in the opening event scored*
a head victory over the long shot, Leoti
Fay, which was half a length in front
of Col. Harrison.
Little Nephew, the receding favorite
in the second race, defeated the heavily
played good thing in Blazeaway in a
drive by a length and a half. Head
fcrd, a 20 to 1 shot, was third, six
lengths back. In a ratti ing good fin
ish Misericorde and Tranby came to
thc finish on almost equal "terms, but
through a powerful ride on the part of
Murray he landed his mount a winner
by the small margln of a nose.
Firrt race (purso $500; three-year-olds
and upward; ? clalming; five furlongs)?
Pomerene. 113 (Morrisey), 6 to 1, 5 to 2
and 6 to 5, won: Lectl Fay, 111 (Qarg-an),
10 to 1. 4 to 1 and 2 to 1, second; Coionel
Harrison. 113 (Criimp), 8 to 5. 3 to 5 and
1 to 3. third. Time. 1:01. Ba^dadine.
Hockaree, Mine Dixon, Herder and Shlro
Second raco (purs* $600; thr?e-year-olds
i and upward; clalming; five fjrlontjs) ?
Little Nephew, 112 (Carmody), 6 to 5,
i 1 to 3 and 1 to 6. won; Blazeaway, 112
| (Penalver), 1 to 2. 1 to 4 and 1 to 8, sec?
ond; Headfort, 115 (A. Collins), 20 to 1
8 to 1 and 4 to 1, third. Time, 0:69 4-6'
l Assumption, Kernan, Leoma and Butter
Clark also ran.
?. w raoe <Purse 11.200 added; Antlllea
MtaKes; clalming; three-year-olds and up
I ward; aix furlongs)?Money, 104 (Ked
,yris), 7 to 5, 3 to 5 and 1 to 3, won; ?Miie.
i Uazie. S4 (Woods), 6 to 2, even end 1 to 2
? seeond, Top o' th'. Morning. m (Chia
? ^tta)' s to 1, ! to 1 and eren, third.
| Time, l-.ll Right Angle. Skiles Knob.
Marse ,lohn and Surpllce also ran.
Fourth rare fpurse $600: four-year-o!ds
and upward: clalming one mlle and fifty
I yards)?Misericnrde. 105 (Murray). S to 6,
, i to 10 and 2 to 5, won. Tranby. 112
< 'Maderia). S to 1. $ to 1 and 8 to 5, sec
,ond; Little Cote, 102 (Carmofly), t to 1
8 to ? anj l to 6, Ihi.-U. Time. 1:44 4-5.
, Homan, Little Marchmont, Robert L. Owen
and Lamp Post also ran.
Fifth race (purse $600; thi-">?-year-olds
; and upward; clalming;; one mlle)?Solld
| Rock. 101 (Mangan), 7 to 2, 7 to ? and
7 to 10, won; Byrne, 106 (Koppleman).
8 to $, 7 t" 10 and 1 to 3, second; Ctrcu
lato, 104 (Carmody). 7 to f>. 3 to 5 and
1 to 3, thir.d. Time, 1:40. Ha track. Steve,
Son of a Gun and Harlock also ran.
Sixth race (purse $600, four-year-olds
and upward; clalming; one ani a quarter
miles)?J. W. Klein, 101 (Kederls). even.
2 to 6 and 1 to 5, won; Jack Re&ley, Sg
'Hunt). .; to !. 2 to 1 and even, second;
Qreat Gull, 103 lApel), 5 rn 2. even and
1 to 2. third. Time, 2:04 1-5. Duke Ruff
and Woodthrust also ran.
Seventh race (purse $600; four-year-olds
and upward, clalming:; one and a quarter
miles)?Lady Jane Grey, 101 (Kederia),
15 to 1, 5 to 1 and 5 to 2, won.; Mudslll,
95 (Carmody), even. 1 to 2 and 1 to 4,
second; The Talkor, 96 (Koppleman), 3 to
1, even and 1 to 2, third. Time, 2:08 1-6,
Tim J., Hojin, Diono, O'M.illey and Jos*
ile \ alaa also ran.
Kirat race (claiming: purse. $600: ihree
year-olds: R\? and on-^-hair furlongsl ?
Harrlet. 100; Rockaree. 102; I'unctual. 105
'uba, 105. n-ash, 105: Little On?. 105;
He's a Bear. 10T; Colonel I.iUard, 110- In
Pecond race reiain-.ins. purs*. $500
ihree-year-olda and upward; six furlongs).
?*Burlln*ame, 101; Hope, L04; Sophl? K :
104; Maglc Mirror. 104; Eneor*, 10*: W. I
Ward, 106; Acclamatio.i. 111
Third rac* (clalmm;; purse, 5500. three
v^ar-olds ar.d upward. s;\ furlongs) ?
'Count Boris. 10'i: ?Ii",::- \>phew. 10<>
?May Maulsby. 107: *Kd C-arrison. 109;
?Assign 109: Helen Atklns, 112; Marty
Lou, 112; Qolden Chanoo. 114.
Fourttj, race (claJmtnK. purse. 1600; four
year-olds and upward; one mlle and flfty
yards)??Aturtety. 101; Iron Boy, 101; Day
monr. 101; Flash of Steel, 106. Perstus, 106
Falrly, 106; Al Hudson. 106.
Fifth race (claimlng. purs<\ J600; rour
year-elds and upward: one mlle and fifty
yards)??Exempted, 1(:2. *Terrlble Miss,
102: 'Dlrtne 102.; Lady Lang-lon. 107; Ra
meau. ll'J: Ralph 3., 114; White Crown,
j Sixth race (claiming. _>urae, $600; four
. year-oids and upward; one r nlo and flfty
, yards)??A?sumpt(on, 134: ?Solld Rock
[106: 'Candle Light. 107. ?Zodlac, 109;
?Jelllsoo. 109; Silver Sandals, 112; Handa
?Apprentice allowance claimed.
Caddock to Meet
Stecher at Garden
Last of This Month
Jack- Curley announced yesterday
;hat Joe Stecher and Earl Caddock will
ivrestle at Madison Square Garden on
>r about January 30. The match was
:linched on receipt of thc following
vire from Gene Melaay. the manager
>f Earl Caddock.
"Caddock accepts wour guaranty for
Jtecher match on or about January 30.
But I insist you must positively dis
smtinue use of Stetcher's name as
The wire in itself proves the feeling
:hafc exists between the pair of wrest?
ling headlinera. Curley does not care
which one of the eontestants claims the
:itle at this time. He knows that the
winner will be He recogiiized world'<t
:hampion. The nromoter is making the
pair a guaranty oi a purse of $40,000,
sf which the winner wiTl receive $25
300 and the loaer $15,000. Thia is the
iargest purse ever hung up for a mat
contest in the world.
Stecher and Caddock wrestled once.
About three years ago In Omaha they
went through a gruelling contest. and
finally Caddock won. Stecher has al- ~
ways claimod that hc was not ir. the
best of eondition, which means that for *"
this match both men will cancel all
other engagements and train for tr.o ,
match of a Hfetimc. -J
Holv JNaiue Five Wins ?
13th Straight Victory*
The fast Holy Name basketba!' toani*?-i
maintained its winning streak o'~ thir-1
teen victorie* by uefeating the St.
Peter's ciuinte: of Yonkr-rs at Manhat
tan Casino yesterday ?fternoon. The
score was 17 to 11.
The line-up. -,
Holy Name tl7 ) Tos St Peti
Tideabach .I* K. Kennedy ?
Wassmcr .R. F. .. . i
Connolly .C. Kenney?
PriHooll .,.L. G. Mcln-yra .
Gardner .IL G.Bcha*??!
Goal:* from ?#or?Tldeanaeh. W.ssii.jr.-.
Connolly 4. Dnscoll. Gardaer, Kenn? ly J
Pouls?Connolly 1. L?nnon 2. Mclntyrs l.*"
Ross Wins Two TitkVs
SYDNEY, N. S. W.. Jan. 11.?Norman
Ross, of San Francisco, to-day won th*
100-yard ftnd 880-yard swimming cham?
Captain X at the Front
The Poilu fought on his"vin-ordmaire/'
The Tommy on his tea.
But the Doughboy had to have -h&j
What he wanted was smoke, andplenty
of it, and that's what the round, loosely
rolled, canteen cigarettes gave him.
Their round shape meant a free and
Captain X had taken with him a liberal
supply of his favorite PALL MALL,
plain ends, but found he could not re
Elenish his supply at the front, so he
egan smoking the popular, round cig?
arettes. Their shape gave him an idea.
Back in America once more, the Captain
came and gave us his idea?a big idea.
He suggested that we make PALLMALL
cigarettes round in shape, loosely rolled,
?a cigarette that does not have to be
tapped, squeezed or loosened, a cigar
ette with a free and easy draught.
A cigarette made from the famous PALL
MALL blend ot forty-two Turkish to
baccos, chosen for ricnness and delicacy
ln the new foil package> with a patented
20 Fall Mail Rounds
"THEY ARE GOOD TASTE"
PLAIN OR CORK IN BOXES OF 10-20-50 OR 100 AS USUAL
"A cigarette that
does not have to be
squeezed, tapped or
tvith a free and easy