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IN PENN RELAY MEET
(By United Press.)
Philadelphia, April 26.-- More than
a thousand athletes, representing 374
colleges, high schools, prep and gtamt
gnmtr schools are scheduled to cou
pete in the annual Peti relay iasiti
val, held here to day acnd tomltt row.
In all, 117 collegeo teams, 119 high
school tains, ;i' preparatory school
teams and 71 gran'tar school tatms
are reprs'norted. 'lite assortment of
prizes to be awarded is believed to
00 the t'rgest oi'r otforeia 't .111 it
ter-scholastic athletic event. The
gaies will be 1he(l1 on Franklin field,
at the University of Philadelphia.
The entries in the college relays are
better Ihan ever before and fast
records are promised. Every collIge
and university of any importance. in
the country, except Yale and Illinois,
is represented. -More enitries than
can be ronttvenienly aectotminodcatetl
are enterod in the relays and it will
be necessary to elititate sotue of
thei in pre-event contests.
IDopsters have been ittitable to pick
possible winners in any of the events.
In each, at least four teams seem !o
have equal chances. In the mile.
Pittsburg, Penn State, Chicago iunii
versity, Missouri and 21. 1. T. ha c;
gt.od teIt s.
Columbia, Ctirago, Notre Damnte
and liarv ari d arotin a class by thte
Ftlves in the tw.-mtile event, whilet
Cornell, Jowa Stat', Chicngo, and
Lafayette look like the best bets in
the four-mile quartets.
Picking winners ilt iti sprints and
distance medley relayev is virtually
an impossibility on account of the
lii 111 01t '0I 1S 11t1ileS.
In cotitjnjettiots with the mei t. Hill.
Exeter, and 'lercersbtrg will have
their annual battle t or the prep
Itihrtulionlstip 1 'ts are as follows:
One mile relay -Penn, Colutiiha
Dartisinosth, \iistouri, Cornell, I 11. 1.
'T., 'rinncettotr, Northwestern, Boston
ctilnge. Pent, and Pittsburg.
Two miles Pittsburg, Harvard, 6
Pent Mate, ChIIago, Princeton, Cor
nell, 1I t ttmouttt, . I. II., Columbia,
Four tiiles Penn, harvard, Co
Iinmbia, Syracuse. CoItnell, Iowa State1
Princeton, La'fayette, Ihiticago, and
Sprint medley--tPe(, Columbia,
1)artliniouth, Mlissouri. Lehigh, Chi
ago, Prin iton. Northwestern, lowa
State, and Pittsburg.
eistatce medtly - larthltmouth,
Penn. I'ýonuthia. Syracuse, Lehigh,
IP'int't' ou Bioston, IL;ifayette, liowa
SýtI Chicago, IPitt. urg, andl Wis
One - mile freshtnian -- Virginia,
I rinetton, Penn, C'oltutibia and
"'it It' t fi ~ tl
TENNIS CLUB ASKS
USE OF PLAY OUNO
Organization Selects Wil
liam Ebbage As Its
:Steps toward :ecuring permanent
us:. of the courts at the Cl(rk play
gtrounds ;and the annual election of
officers fuatured the meeting of the
Butte Tennis club held Tluirsdiy
night. The gathering was held it
the hunet of Dr. Alfred Karstead.
Members of the club met last night
with the members of the city council
ptayggontios cottnlittet 10 urge ac
tion by the council granting the club
permission to une the playground
courts. A peition from III, club was
presented it tit( last meeting of the
citv Council and at Ihat time was re
ferred to the playgrounds committee
Ofticers elected at the cession last
WVillaine Ebb gc', president: Miss
Marie Egit. vice presidentt Miss
Jessi Htoscow, secretary-treasurer.
Only routine business was iransact
ed. Another meeting., at which all
tnniis enthusiasts are invited, will be
held May :I at the home of Miss Rios
t w, 1047 Utah avenue.
MANY WAR STAMPS
BOUGHT IN COUNTY
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111 . Entet' it o 1 i7, one
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cordin; to figures bode tt o lic sy
J ies It. npencfri t ' l rector for
110 I1I10. The .1. rn .'1 sofi
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wars seeon, with 9.1157.1;; Tel-I
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1Jt-=issoul . $110.11,` : I e Lodg"
Lewis and Clar; 97,6i0',.Ut: Calla
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V.ith 8 :"..e, Th 1 0 1,1;l for the l' a
The minds of boxing fans will be
urned toward Newark, N. J., next
1iinday evening when Benny Leon
ird. the lightweight champion, and
lis ci ent conqueror. Willie Richie,
'ill s1age their return battle at the
"irst Regiment armory in that city.
I'hev weight will he 142 ringside, and
hey v.ill split a purse of $25,000.O
,'ver since Leonard and Ititchie
'ought that sensational four-round
Htoi on the coast, every big club in
Scorilntry has been trying to bring
Beat togeth~r for a return match,
elit the Newark club was the only one
btit could afford to meet the terms.
Liloard has just passed his 23d
Jack Dempsey has managed to ob
tain a sparring partner who is al
nost as big as Jess Willard. The man
l )an Dailey, the Pittshkurgli giant,
wtiii was active in the ring a few
r'ars ago, when the white hope coat
'as at its height. Dailey's record is
tot an inspiring one. but he once
stopped Al Palze r. He is game and
'cilling and is sure to be of great help
to Dempsey, who likes to fight at top
iped even in his workouts. emip
sey has had a hard time locating box
ers who were willing to take his ter
rific blows. and lie considers himself
very lucky to have signed Dailey.
"Dutch" Leonard Celebrates Ilis
27th Birthday Today.
"Dutch" Leonard, whom the
Yankees have been trying in vain to
induce to return to the fold, and who
is pitching ball for the l'resno club
at fancy prices, will round out his
2' th year today, as lie was born
April 2C, 1S92. He is a native of the
Buckeye state and was christened
Hubert. His youth was spent in Cali
fornie, the Leonards residing in Fres
no, to which city he has now re
tiled. and where Frank Chance
first saw the light of day, and "Chief"
Mleyrs made his baseball debut.
Leitnard's family were musicians,
and `Dutch" vyas a trap-drummer.
When lie went to St. Mary's college-
a California institution Ahich has
probably turned out more good ball
players than any other in America
lie abandoleld his ambition to bleconie
on irchestra leader, and looked for
ward to a carerir on the professional
diamond. Hlia work as a hurler at
St. Alairy's attracted the attention of
Connie Mack, and "Dutch" was given
a trial with the Athletics when he
wan only 1 S. The following year he
received a call from the hoston Red
Sox, but ic soon was released option
ally to Worchester, and that club
t rantsiterred him to Denver. Leonard
wevn 22 games for tlie Grizzlier and
lost. only nine in 1912, and quickly
became a favorite with the West e inn
league fans. Tic' was recalled tol the
Red Six for tat' 1913 season, and
won 14 tand lost 16 gat'ies his first
c-il in the 'j g In 1:114 he bad
a record of 1t victories and five dc'
feats, and in 191: he won 14 and
lest seven games, lostonl winning
the pennant Ihat vert'. Tit the world's
series of thIt sca:-0l 1ti atlso lcccitt
'it fioi one victorly.
Early "T'lent" at the ShtIpperton
Boxing TV uri'',tnent.
Hen Pearce, the ftout's "(ime
Chicken" of the iarly diyvs of basing.
dlefeatc-d Stephen ('art" in 25 rounds
at Shtepperion, England. on this date
in 1805. This battle for the chain
pionship was the feature event of ji
gr'at pugilistic tournament which a
tracted to Shepperton teist of thni
sands of sports from all over Eng
land and Ireland. Carte wais a farun
cr from near Di'intngltaiii and sttod
six feel three inches. while Penrce
was hiaf a foot shorter and corre
sporndingly lighter. Despite this dif
ference in stature, the little man had
in, trouble in defending his title. Al'
ier the main fight Jack O'Donnell,
the Irish champion, fought Toii Bel
cher, brother of J.1, the .x-'lim
pion, and had all the best of it, but
quit without apparent cause. After
this fluke. and when the disgraced
Irishman had been chased by the
crowd, Dutch Saum, the famous Ile
brew fighter, bested Itoh Britton.
Marty women witnessed the bouts,
amongn them the famous Lady Lade.
who had been the sweetheart of ''Six
teen String .Tack," the liighvwaymani,
and the mistress of the Duke of York,
before she hecame tine bride of Sir
John Lade, after which she became
the sweetheart of Colonel Thornton.
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WITH DANGER SIGNS
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lktllt'i the d'liil v coiiimisetionrs
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be'ee "0 u 411 "'Ic's Dowvn'
sigi' at lloiins 'Cong ith' iiiist eviie
,e used Iroad i trglh ciiy.
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ii'' v'xv ll e i'cet'i'ii]ll'ii" tom ro iii or
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