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Whitbeck Brothers Win Titles in Junior and Boys'
National Indoor Tennis Tournament]
Loomis Institute Star, and
Wood, Runners-Up in Doubles
Klclf-T WhitbfTla Victor Over Kuhn in Thrilling Ratlle
Again?! ?Oflr?**. Whilr Brother Braineril LKa?i1y Da-*
porvet? of Hill; Appel ami Y ?in Kyn Win Donhle??
By Frttd Hawthorne
J?*n F. W. Whitbeck, of Loomis Ir.atitut*?, Wind?oi, < -.. n., w?
- .?tional indoor junior singles lawn tennis championship ?if the <
Mate? yesterday, and hi? younsjer hrother, Brainerd H. Whitbeck jr., wem
Iha bey?' national indoor ?ingle!, title, at the 7th Regiment Ami"
addition, John, paired with Charle?. M. Wood jr.. finished a? run;
ae national jurior dvuble.? championship, which wi? win 1-y Konneth
Appel and John Van Ryti. *?-.-.
!b consideration of the above fact?,
t mee? th
th? W nd?or ??.ation when they return
t*> school as-i e?cort them to the
caa.ru?, and \f Principal Batch? ?der
dceao't present ihe freedom of ?he
acLool to John and Brainerd. and if
Jebe Boa? and B?rto- Demlng. the tee
?ad ?tring fell?M 'earn, don't ?
gel Of? on thilr hir.d .?g? end give th?
? mor.? a cheer, then everything? :
wrvng tvitp t^e -vorld.
i ? '?
? r .? '?? i ? ?
after a t
*L? nst gres' ndds ,-ind by
far 1??? difneu.ty, defeating
Maleolm T. H.H. of Boston, bv a ?cr?
.1,2*.' I '1 and Van
?on th? di.?I ? . defeating ,
r>eck and W< ght aet?. at]
?? -uggle ag?. -
The Laoomi? ?tudent ?tarted the ?
I the ?ingle? m.ttcir and v.
opening game. He broke through
- railed twice, and con
'he net ta. gal off hi? opponent'?
*i? by cien
managed to win the fifth garr?
' eek won the ricxt two, givir.
Vh? fir?t ?et at S 1 He made eleven '
placement? to Kdhn's two. and fewer'
( hop Stroke F.tfea-tle?
Kuhn had be.n making a?e of a chop
ftrake airr' ? it ee?
< thi? w:i?
matter wh>.t *. the
' - the
a atar to '
But Kuhn chr.nged hi? tad
? ito hi? prouf 1 ?trok?
hi? well-topped ?arrie? to th?
- a ?hen b? had
drawn hi? rival well In toward th?
? ?>urt a? he i
I ihn rade it
g the next two game?.
Again th H-eJ a
.? the gam?? to
4. 'Tviee |
r>n a eokt.y
Kuhn the ?econd
and gave Ki.hn renewed confidence.
Aftei ksiag tin- hr?l ganie *i
? a brilliant !
rally at the end and
ork hi? way ?
? service rourt lines to take
th-' hall on the
and Kuhn, mixing up hi? paro ell
- - i
when he ...
??noun' of enera;
t -re, ? ?
era? ?bl? ? ?tara, an?i
?Irr?. :t was
? ?m i* -. we?
weak ?nd lacking in confidence over
Yet. In spite of these fault?, in i
r?f a ?eerice that oft?n threatened t?
cau?e hit downfall. Whitbeck won th?
1 to the pornt of exhaustion
r stage? the Loomis lad rai??d h,
[a rame U heif-Kt? of brilliance U.at
B Kuhn reuld not -
f >ed for I?et-lsWe Teat
in the fifth and last aet Kuhn ap
pa?r. i ?the match v
lead I r. g at S? 1. but
. for the d?
following m ?
? A keeah 'uugh; druee tarae
match point, only to finally !?
i?tn? and bring the ?core
It termed in |
nr-id to the par?, yet he d
? a- ; ?? ?rap? hecau?e
will f> wir." on the part of th? com
rharapion that ?erred to fluny
-, who had fought ?o well up :<>
. only to weakei b?c
?st two games . awn
through hi? opponeii'.'g dr ?
welfth gama, the match ?.
e. lo?t the
noint hy eolleying a ?hort retur
Bralnerd Whith???- pe??e??ed too
?rail rounded a game for
?Tifrea.fL.;,. an.I ,;. t-;r?.
featured ty f/>?r ?.,.:,. \
r??t driving on both ear boy
ehaaapton gained hi? laurels qu |
Appel and Van Ryn ahowed better
?earn work than Whitbeck and Wood,
raraiy leaving their court unprotected,
and both hoy? were ?teady overheao
and quick on the volley.
V\ illiamw Five Preparing
For (?ame With Knox
ea? haa retif' ty player
?r? a couple o'
?trr.a? receei, In ord?"
t?at eeveral or.
Keme garrr? w-th ?nov
?"ellesje h?i? SB J?r try ?.
Th? preroos gam?? played th -
? on w | ?. rj New > or?
hotb pro?.?d ea?? -- '
?tat ?no ?? w ? ?
Kno? will prove it? fir?t r??' t??t of
'-he aeaeor, A year er> tr.? W??tarn
?r? ur?c?rk?d a ?J ?Wv-nusg
? iJjua?? aesw
Point* Scorr and
-a?, it Se.-a
n*4*T -? l
A ? 4 4 1 ? ?? ?? ?
iiitit ?? ta i
. Outa. PI.
.. ? ?11
a a. n.f
. I t ? ? ? ? t 4 4
? OaU. It
I A 4 ? ? I ? ? ?
4 I I 0 ? 4 4 i ft
Set*. Ont?, ri.
io u a
it i i?
roi run ?i I
4 4 4 4*441
.7 7 ?
. i) u ;
nmi M i
1? X* 4
, a I- '
-r-hltherk 4 I 1
H hit h?. L
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1 ft 4 ft 7 ? I I I S :
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li 1.'. I?
IS 1* It
t. ? IM
KW A PIT! I..TUIS
\rt? ?tir. II. ?. a |. r
Whrtheek 4? A7 4? 0 9
Kuhn . S? 41 4V h .
TOT X I I
M hlth?rk?S ?na. i~, ?ame?. It.1 polat?. M
r?rrr?l. H* ?rror?.
Kuhn?: *?U. ?I (am... I.V4 point?, 4?
earned. IIS error?.
Tlmn of mated ? 3 hour, and SS rt,
Referee?MnrrL II I lark
Bethlehem Steel Beat-*
Brooklyn W anderer**
defeating the Brooklyn Wanderers, of
Brooklyn. N. Y "'ire of _ ,
to 0 at Schwab Field her? this
afternoon, the 3ethl< i
bull Club gained two additional point?
in the American Soccer League and
advanced Into second place below Fall
Hiver, the leading rlub in tl
tlon. At half time Bethlehem had a '
lead of 1-0. Easton shot the goal after
play had been in prog rteen
vay in the second half, Easton,
- g at c?. r.ter. shot Bethlt ? ?
second goal. 1 he third and last point
came through a fine effort ot the par*
r,f MrCourt, l:?>
team, within five minutes of time.
Mitt America I l>
Winner of Motor
l><Kit Race in W rsi
and lb? I
? s h. Chapman,
and I '
tf was negotiai*
ends, jr an avt n. ? . r.*,i]e?
than the ??
l!a\ mg won two bl ?
morrow's final heat.
Ogden Captures High Scratch
Priste at "Wingwl Foot" Traps
the year ovrr th<- T*ra*4*era Ida
lUy. Th? her
i-cratch prire. In tbt re_rolar ?I
with strirgn of Hit out of a pos.siblo 100 target?-. It w.-is |
of the year. On the shi>ot-?TT. Offal rar straight.
cun by a single "bird." ?
No le?? than fifteen of a field of fift\
juni,? <? hiKh handlea]
shoot with full score? ?tf 100 t;
each. Af'er several shoot-off t)
was taken by J C. Taylor. B 1. i
i was ' of 'he Tr? ?
Uoth the Haslin and t?
cups hati trmre than a half ?*??OR
Be; rig the final I thi
mont *.V?n?jed Foot'* Club, si
of the regular cup? cam? to an c
(iilrhrist was '.ne dinner of th? ?:
< up for December mth four leg?
Monthly Cup went to W. A. Flinn with
two legs. Th? doubles for No\>
and Decemb r was taken bv W. S. Silk
worth. The distance handicap, i
two months' shoot, went to V.
The New York Athletic I
hold its regular Sunday ?1
In addition there will be a ?pedal
day ?hoot c - Monday.
t i. H?. Moata I
4 71 4 4? 41 II
J B Rer-n . ? _ ii. ?
?* ni<*? .: ?i * 4? ?
F s i ? i ? it : to it ?*?- i- ??
J P |r, trovas .. 1 71 ? I ?i ?. ?. ?7
i ' It 4? 14- ?? ??
1 II ?IS 44 I?
k a -
??? ?? ?
? 41 4? St
. ? . ?
>- . ?? ?J
J H '? .
- ?0 4? S*.
? : . I It 4(r I.
i j: :? 44 ? t
: ?t ? is i: n
J I> I II I 41 4? II. t- ?I
u r , . . -????. ?s is. nt,
T J. V
T <* Taylor .... ??I ?41 41 li-rsis?
W *4 - k*or-Ih. i :i ?41 ?? ?
T. Ttt4i.il ... Ill ?IS 47 ?
toa.. 1 *4 l 47 4? ?1- ?. ?|
IV W f??n_ ?It ?41 41 ?7. ?. ?T
111 I" 11 II I?. ?|
A v*. Iltiamar 4.1 II? 41 14
'??? ou ?il i; 71
M res 1 21 41? 41 II-1S- ??
"**>' ?" 'II II II- ?? ?i
II? I I.I) 41 ?I
".art . 1 ? ! t? ?
-Ivrfhart. t ?? ?4: 14 7?
o? ? II I? 4? 41 I
h. i_ ; in m u n
Vaver : - 1 II. ?II ?? s?. ?.??a
?? ?I 111 II ?.*
?? i 24 ?44
Monthi? rap?A 1 , .
Month r cup- **r. at
-- a nvtm-wna.
c-setaM? w a 1
City College Five
Defeats Holy Crow
Players? 13 to 2?
Tt:e City College basketball I
avengod the defeat at the hand? of
Holy Cro?? la?t ft B( the local
??yra last night the Laaventler ?-?
re down to a i I ?fea?.
The contest was fast in the first hslf
but it r<auis'hened In the second hslf
t?-rco: ? g
? 1 *i ?
lege freshmen d<
a. <|?) '
- f. ? -, a
Ref.ree?tVarri \,w Tort
Tim* of lu.
M.-I.i'l ' ? ?.t,,ria.
? . team defeated
tona. , f0l.
? outsksting and ?.utplayrr.
wing, wa? Inal stsr of
F?m?, ?coring five go.
and making poet
goala. Plav wai i came
advanced and rnany.
"?"?iiii-ln.n \ Polo
Two teama retrreterting Pquadron A
? ? >?V\ he
a**"*?*' ? team?
the I? a-?rr? eut on
-? ?hila? the i ? earned of!
The Days of Real Sport
' e ,
<4*rai,Vt IK?, r? T T?Baaa? ?W
Neu York A. C Golf Chili Sign?;
Willie Mackie as Instructor
By John Kirran
at "ie \s
luit that W ' the famou*. Madtk brail
?irofc??ir?.'?al for the r.c*.v thirty-six hoi**
of the Mercury-! "Wu?ic." |
Han, thou, h not ?o weil
th.? tournamer.t world.
I i? bred in the bone of the-?!
Mackies. and i? as much a matter of
?anee as their tistes for po
?heir broa 1
of the highlands and ,?"i a
distance of three Seoul* mile?
la, .lack m
of the family and pr
the point wher
? ? en in op?**
i far aw*
i?t retiring of th? lot and I?
skill and t?'chni
in?tr. ".siten Heath, where
for a golf prr
.!im Braid that
Kith s li.e organizat.,
has certainly jump.,! to the f(H
Wing? ,1 Y net ? ?:_?
.neet<*d ttat a Home bre. 1 pro
would he appointed In fact, this was
announred a? tV
?Mng the eer'am home brerl
wsnted and flna! .
"sU are too fond of
' n tournam'-nt in all
I? looking more for inttrurtioi.
advertisement. Another difTleulty was
that most of the g*>od home bred? ?1
ready possessed fairly lucrative and
important jobs and were not available
for the Winged Foot place.
Hweetser Quits Joornalism
J?s? Sweetser has ceased signing hi?
name to newspaper articles written b*.
him as Yale correspondent I h
paper and it i? rata orad tbi
?lone at the urging of 11
'rsroeiation. the idea >,, Ing tha'
??a aras li
fame as a |?olfer. Th:? seem?
?training 'at a fiis-. while a ca; ?
.?allowed with re!lab, sir
F.vans and others contribute
?o other e?
black-letter caps at th? heads of the
*.-ilnc- about it was that
?er was not srritlnf about golf
at all, but merrlv ?er.ding In the
t.ne report? on football and other col?
? is- ? .
"eome-ba-V thi? tninr. in metr
tan golf l.sst j et?
was Still b:,'
?n his **r?r?8t
* ithout a I
who had previously he
crown Tb? Nassau player vll! prob
i North and South amateur ehem
ionship. and if ba returns -,
e disp.ayed before r.e bee?:
tim ui the automobile accident he will
take his place amor./
etitlv? golf in thii neck at
"he mur ?are preparing
to march on City Hall in a body
organization is rapull*, Increase
. and as each one is a voter
: .s fell that Mayor Hylan will r.o*.
?ion for better t
links facihtie? so nonchalantly as bt
did last year.
Donohur leaves Auburn
For I.oui-iana Slate
MONTGOMERY, AU.. Da?.
? ? Alabama Pol;, techr,
(Auburn i, announced her? to-da
Louisiana State Cnlrers-tr at Batet
Bou?' stated that his con?
tract was signed fer five year? .
- ? . t. *...-. ( -ttr
Brown and Toronto
Niiu's to Heel at
Providence June M
< have been announced for the
lia?eba!l team next ?pring, ac
ng to the ?chedule announced to
. Harvard, iJartmouth, Wesleyan
? g for the Corera?n>e<
I Com? I will appear at
Andrew? Field after a lnp?e nf ?evernl
year? and the I r.f Toronto
? he Bear? '
time. take place
??idence unie?? otherwise dr?,j
1? Trln'.* - -
i-ji h ? II la. . ?
1'in? I ?ftrtar.? ?' ' ?
? awing th? prnctiee la vog-ajr
Krer-hrren will have a team of
?th a coach to be named later.
The 192?, ?-rheHiile i?:
II ?r. 1 il
\"dOT?r. at A '.fart
?Sinioiisoii Is Hifrli
Scratch Winner in
Na.ss?ni (Huh Shoot
Only twelve gunner? came tfl
la trap? of the Nassau Trapshoot
r.y. The be?t wo?k wa?
1/ Willlaa* "-'.mon?on, who won
I igh ?cratch prize with a card
. <>f 91 out of a poaathle 100 target?.
' He alio was the high handicap gunner,
? card of US. The prisa, however,
! went to H. II. Shar.n??.-.
3? .Simon-ion could not wr
M-ratch and hand'cap cup?. Tiv
: ond high handicap ??
Being the nr.al ?hoot ?I
,r e-.erit? all ended
I day. William Simon?on **a? the prin
..rner Ri ? ; ' ?lur
? ?r. They were the I?r J. T.
Trophy for the highe?t average
a on all targa . ?a??? 1! ?
He alio captur.d
the Itobert Shaw Tr?'r>hy fnr the ,
prlte ?aas the M. R. (iugger.heiri (up
for the greateit number of daily long
run?. Be had IS.
A tie exr.st.al between If,
heim ?n.l J W. I'e.tit for the Mrs Rob?
ert ?Shaw Trorl'.y for the g*reat??t num
I high handicap win? during the
i yenr. Kach had.four win? to hi? credit.
. Mr. J. W. Travi? gained possess.on of
the William Minonson Trophy for the
s?t number of high gun vic'-.rle?.
? ad six to hi? etradll I
j trophy donate?! by M. B. Guggenheim
? !<?? gest run of the reason
??as won by 1*. Vr.n Boeckman. ?rita a
of l?7 :.-\rget?. 0?C?r Kep
? nrrird off th? H. W. I>reyer
ap target?. His average was
I The i?ea?on wa? the most ?iirre??fri?
ry a.f the or-jam.'
?luh will not hold a ?hoot to-morrow.
! the member? are going tr
in the annuel .N'ew Year'?? Day handi?
cap of the llergen Bench (?un (luh.
?itter organiiation did no*
ay, a? it was r
t of 1 he winter. The Bergen Beach shoot
art at 1 p. m.
N. Y. U. Wins Third Plaee in
Intereollejjiate Chess League
New York Unive>?i*y au* Cornell contest???! the last match in the
annual championship ?cries of the Inter I-?a (rue. at the
7oomn of the Marshall Chali Club, thereby brinifinp to a conclusion the
twenty*-fourth meeting rf which ha?, been carried off on
.ne??! of Maaaaea?: la?'
) ear's champions. The Quakcra re?
tained their position as nmners-up hv
eir ?uperlor match It
which gave them '_?_ out of t matches
played, whereas the New Yorkers made
en even break of two ?sch way, pre
1 clsely the same performance as the ore
credl'e.l to M. I. T.
In gam? totals New York I'nlv
equaled I'?nn?vlven1a and suits ??
th a game total of 4 -.
? rrnt/h H. ka- i
ratll, who ?? .tone
*-?*. Kabs' ? .d hi? op?
ponent in the "iiding and scored after
D. '. (r'::?(istone, the f,ftcrn-year?old
player from Newark, won the Black side
of i 1 Defense for S
against C. K. Thomas ?n fifty seven
moves. The youngster forged ahead in
game, and with a pawn plut
conducted a Rook and Pawn ?*ndlng to
a sucrei?fu! |
S. A!|;ern. a N ?? rve at the
fourth board, defeated U Samuels, of J
Cornell, in a Giuoco Piano lasting
I eigl . moves. The Ruy Lopez, b? -
twee., son, N. V. U., ?.nd W.
J. Bryan, Cornell, resulted la a draw
after forty-two move?.
EL Tholfsen, of C'.ty College, was the
only one of the twenty-six playera who
took part in this tournament to go
through with a clean score of 4
Grossman, of Ci'y College, and T
j. of Massachusetts Te-rh.
If games each withou
I defr*a'?d. but b'- ' drew
??aties ?nd ?cored e.r.e victory.
?rcond hij-hest score ?'as made
by (i Penn
?ytraaia, who, after lo?it g i- t? e op..g
.'?*. ?*???? games in sue
T?*e foar fol?! medal? for ?*?? -
of the champion City Celleg?
donated by Ha** 14 M Phillips
N Y err? la,..t.-. pre??dent
I be fnr*-;?llv pie riiteil
at the Marshall
? irr til
laneou? evhtbition ?o be g
r.ik J. Marshall, the V
?LI v? Ni I ".?ITY
m?\i Li. I *. i
I II Kia.ll) .1
I t ? ?. ? r? >. .....
?i : ?
tssaai ? s Aip?m
Totti ??J ;?.-..
Th? final standing of th? live teams
? ?? IV?
? k I?,
. i ?
? ? ???, II ?i
(?f the twenty-four tournament? held
by the Intercollegiate Cheat I ? |
Pennsylvania ha? won II. Cornell I,
City College 2 and Massachusetts Tech
1. In addition. Pennsylvania tied once
with Cornell and once with Brown Uni
Appended are the individual ?cores
made in the tournament:
?ID i taster?, IS-iV Tlnoif
isa-i'-i. l.sviD?. iy?
S-JH . Rv?r?11ng, l-l.
N-w Y"?? I n'v.r.lly k?*r>?l??y, 8 Ja -
I -3. Br)?n |-|; liaafht
?*-?*?; Slngei, 1-4, Fan ua'.a, ?I Thornae
Butler < oilrgr Rrtain? Pan?*
rNDIAN'APOI.IS, l-.-l, Dee N Har
Ian Orvil'.e i Pat i Page to-day algned a
contract te contTnue aa director of
athletlea at Batler College here fer
the ?fit fire year?. Announcement was
mad? hy th? Beard of trti??eee at Bat
Pittsburgh Panthern Defeat
Stanford Eleven by 16 ^
Hewitt ami Hiiiia?an Star in t^tanror?' \j
Over <.?>as,t Eleven; earner- |,:,m j-?
California? SrorrK-**? I util the I j**:,| p^J
PAI.O ALTO, Calif.. : Tho Unfa * ''itttW^
?inphe.J West I^l*nd Stanford l*ti,v??rsity here t/>-rj?y in the-irtj,*
tional ?lash, II to 7, liefore a ? r?rw?l ?,f 10,000 in the. ?fa/?ium, \aegg\\?
raturai airphiflieater. v hi? h - ,? WfatJ|ff '
rain nv>*4 of the week. hel?l bark 'he attendance.
It was the ?eeond d.fe?t handed *he?>
Far W??t by an Ka durn
??eel?, a? Wsa? V rsjtala triumph.
- '.on/sga at San Die/
ma?. 21 to If, On? more
contest remain? ti be pla>ed, that b
tween Penn Htate ai ?m Ce!
forma at Pasad? fia I I Haw Ve?r'? Da
The Put machine, with Hewitt i
battering ram a H triple three
Flanagan, never let up after th? g?n
?farted, pounding steadily at ?M
I lln? and ?r.'l?. The Californien
attack was ??on -.1 ved and the Panth?
linemen time after ? or?
lid and ( idd?
y a -riela? ,efen?e pr?
Six time? the Pitt harkiield, with it
crack fullbaek. Hewitt, and it? ?ui
-vork bv lias huela?
p?s?e?, earned the hall to nr'hin th
-!<J and put
It ?i? une Warner-trained team play
ir.g again?t another and '
,e?d eleven vor .?? arnti
is coach of the -, ala?
?a^.ry coach of the --?tanfor
1 and come? to take full cli?rr?
' eleven in i
Both Team? Mina? Star?
' Both t'airrs B| th<
ab?ence af ?-tars. >?n t
?,de. I ? former captain ?r.J
; ? ar "trip.- Uta, wa? out witi
I ltd r Hollerar.
it? captain. Hol ' gam?
mite? of piay.
the ball heing on the
tv.fi-;, . ? |
..gen and I
'ied tne ball from th?
**. was given th? ball th? t?tire
ft Uckio f. ? toueh
W :111am? easily added the point
A fumble paved the ?ay for
ford'' i? and Clark re-,
I ?er?on made three yard?
?I and Pitt was pe
n yards for holdir.g
I tance was made up on r? double pass,
Flanagan to William?. kitat Hewitt
made two yards through cantar, Will
(1, ?net) tk?
? % ' '
a great o.
? Itnsgsn Make. ,,.,?, ^
' T**' .?Mfa.
? nd and tktough tb? *H^H
-in i s i torn ?_! or. s.w Y-ir'tV
? ? *-|
-? fur TTlatirtr. ,
Miss Friesenhaiiseii Captures
Pacifie Coast Swimming Laurel*
? Florence Frlesenhauien, t-eventwn-year-old >Ur o( th? haw
? ?Sw?mminj** Club, San Franciaco, ha.** I ???d as the le?dinj?????I
of 192*2 in No*ihern California, and experts ?if the district look ?patM
a? one of the country's most promising* fair natal
is credited with winning the
year's all ?round ehamptoti?hlp of the
Pacific A. A. I*. by ?coring the greatest
number of |.o!'ifs In test?
and with doing In competition 50 yards
free ityle in 0:2*?. or within two-flfths
of a second o? he vartd'? record: 104.
la 1:10 2 :?. 220 yards la
100 yards back stroke in 1:2*} and 100
yu-d' brea?t stroke In lit! 1-5.
While these time? do not compare
with International standard?, except la
the dash. Mi?? Friesenhau?en has
shown marked improvement lately, sn?l
Coast crides pred'et I be a
conspicuous t.gure in water sports for
women this season.
chan-p New York A. ?... now
? rvburg Ar
In t<>\vn for the holiday?, and
?aMaat t..?t Edward
Roddy, reliance sprinter of the school
team, will shatter the international
scholastic free style records ft
0 yards in the neat few month?
He says he never ha? ?een a swimmer
with more wonderful possibilities than
Entry blank? hare been re.
h?*re for the water carnival of the
Brookline I **. on Janu?
st viiiich will be decided tl
? national fifty yard ??ria>*B?Rg
: lonship. ! Janu?
Duluth developed s
likely to be heard from In Miss Gur
Robln?, fourteen years a\e\ Under
difficult condition? ?he ?warn 220 yard?
it lately, and there are very few
Ittiie? of her age who can touch this
time M ' in? favorable.
Terneylvania Cniver?ity ha? stt
January 2? a? the date for it? annual
set of int?r?ehola?tlc aqaati? ?ve
pool, and the
looked forward to with more intere?t
tnan usual, for there are a number
of crack watermen in the Easter
school ?leid at present, and they will
try conclusions for the first time at
At the suggestion of the citv authon- '
e.< ? a change has be.
dtte of the January water rarniva! of
the local Wont? n's Swfaail _J Associa?
tion and it wll he held In the municipal
bath at We?? r.Oth street on the 21th.
The metropolitan 503-yard chan
ship for women will be a feature.
There is ke.ti speculation in aquatic
circle? concerning th? probable out?
come of the annual water polo tourna?
ment for the intercollegiate ?Bias]
ship. On paper Princeton, Columbia
H. V appear <? ?
matched; Pennsylvania display? ;
looked for strength in t'
game with C. O, N. Y. and n*ay be
hard in ?he running If t
player? develop more effective team]
work Yale is ?aid to have ??
tlonallv* good material and 1? danger?
ous. Never were prospecta better for
keen cor,i|re?iMon and the rae? for the
pennant promises to be the mo?, in-,
tt resting ?ver witnessed.
Harry Clane?*, of Pittsburgh. th? ?ev- !
enteert-year-old swimmer, who ha? j
done 100 verde in 0:?7 3-? ?nd 220 |
to ent-. . ?.<.<???]*.
I nun;ter o* I
Girl? of the Jantxen Kv'.tlag*M
Portland, Ore.. p*opo?e to be ?JM
tuur of the entire i
re?p ?ign?l Uura vtaaesw?
tup. _ _
The MeCiM rn.vere^fgyJS?
i ed tl \ C ^llas?TS
n.tlon n.r'e ? ?jn>r1?* t?**,?
I evening ?1 ' ' t^LZt
they walke.i ..ff ?ruh the l****^
,t th? ***
the ? r.
and the 1
-eitimate th?. "****f* ^ at* ?i
; the ?econd defeat fer trr?*BB
ten game? ..-asd
?ot off to a fne ?**?"?>
p* a Jasl1?
, l"f? W U < " ?""'rTrklB?
! half time trail- .?, ?kril
lond half the H "?-ro-* ?
* ??? ' *
the lead o' their ..?pone??* ^ ,
I ?cor? 82 to ? ,, ,.j^ ?
?minute to go the ( anadlaB?
I great fini*h ?nd won ?"??. yge?
'were in th?> limelight f er _?^?7 H
former in particular ***^L\\sM
Barker acur *f **
The line-up: ,??.
? " . ?as
(anni-fat ?sVf-r-t? f***h
Bob Cannefax again ?^rf'',*L?i
Bruno in both afternoon ?M^,
block? of t
Strand Ac? __ ,()l ? ?i
run of 7, ?nd t?.
to 1*. with a fciarh ran *?' **?_
I.wli.ini >ipt My??1
nourcement w?s ma<:
8. Barnard, president of the*. ^
American Le?g*J* t?m A ' , tM 1
?Igned catcher GlcnB MfattJ??5l
w'uk?? Americst. A??o?iatio? *wm