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TjJVJUNIKG LEDGER-PHlIiABBLPHTA, BATUBDAY. JANTJABY 23, 1915.
FEDS' CASE MAY
. BE IN JUDGE'S
IN HIS MISSIoi
Organized Ball Expects to
Conclude Its Argument at
the Chicago Trial This
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. A. U. Goes to M
xork lomorrow in Effo
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FEDS' SUIT DRAGS-ANOTHER DAY-PAWUNG TO GO TO NEW YORK ON MER
CHICAGO, Jan. 23. Organized baseball
was expected to conclude Its Argument
this afternoon against granting the
temporary injunction sought by the Fed
eral League. Attorney Keene Addlngton
of Edward XI. Gates, ot the Federals,
planned to follow Immediately with re
buttal argument. Unless some unfore
seen Incident occurs to delay the pro
gram the case will be In tho hands ot
Judge Landls by tonight
There was no one of the opposing forces
today who would venture a, guess as to
how long It might be before the court
handed down Its decision on tho plea
for a temporary Injunction. Belief was
general, however, that It would bo pro
nounced early next week at tho latest
Former Judge Qulncy Mayers, of the
Indiana Supreme Court opened rebuttal
argument for the Fedorals today. He hod
not gone far whon Judge Landls asked
him to define Just how far the Federal
League wanted tho requested temporary
Injunction to go,
"The court would like to know If the
plaintiffs seek to stop all operations of
tho defendants, or whether they seek
merely to stop alleged tampering by the
defendants -with Federal Leaguo players."
Judge Meyers explained that he Was
not handling that end of tho case. At
torney B. B. Gates was sent In to plntch
hit for the ox-Indiana Jurist Gates ex
plained the Federals merely wanted, In
the temporary Injunction, to restrain or
ganized base ball from Interfering through
court action or any way with plans they
(night hare for spring training. Ho
pointed out that organized baseball might
sua out temporary Injunctions In State
courts preventing certain playors from
starting spring training. The court took
this phase under advisement and re
quested Attorney Meyers to proceed with
The great game, baseball, la a na
tional institution. Federal Judge Landls
said so yesterday during the arguments
of tho Federal League Injunction suit to
provo that organized baseball is a trust,
and last night the baseball magnates In
attendance nt the session are speculating
seriously If this expression Is not a pre
judgment and that the human element
will figure largely in tho final decision of
Judge Landls' declaration came at a
dramatic moment Attorney George.
"Wharton Pepper, chief counsel for organ
ized baseball's forces, was In mlddlo
of his peroration, whlca was In the na
ture of an appeal to the court as a lover
of baseball, and had asked permission to
Inject a. personal element Into the dry
technical points brought Into tho argu
ments. He began by stating what base
ball had meant to him and had asserted
that tho Federals wero trying to break
up the national game of which he was a
follower, when the court broke In with an
Impatient wave of the hand.
"We'll have to keep love and affection
out of this suit," he said. "Both sides
understand that any blow aimed at base
ball will be regarded, by this court as a
blow at a national Institution."
The court session yesterday was a long
drawn out affair and lasted into the eve
sing, an attempt being made to finish the
According to a, story from Bt. Louis, Branch
Rickey has turned loose not less than a doaen
of tho Browne. Seven of them William Hom
ier, Jos Jenkins, Clements. F. Miller, F.
Walker. A. Jarosick and Tim Bowden aro
elated for the Southorn League. Tho players
as ret have not been notified ot the catas
trophe, Ono of tho moat talked of major league re
cruits coming- up for trial this season la Henri
Rondeau, who will appear In Washington.
Rondeau Is an outfielder who played In Minne
apolis last year.
Fred KUleen, the buslneas wixard of James
ID. Gaffneys office, announced yeaterday. In
the absence of the big chief "of the world's
champion Braves, that the signed contract or
Outfielder George Whltted. has arrived,
Charles ESjbets, of New York, aald yester
day that Charles Stengel had signed a two
years' contract with the Brooklyn club before
he left for bis home after the eeaaon closed.
Therefore, the reporta from Kansas that
Casey was not signed by the Brooklyn dub
and was flirting with the Feds were untrue.
BOSTON, Jan. S3. Fred Oatergren, the for
mer Holy Cross athlete, who played with the
Boston Americana and with the Now Eng
land League teams last season, was sold to
the Providence Internationals by the Red Sox
yesterday. He signed a contract at once
XSLKTON, Md., Jan. 23. Plans for the com
ing season of tho Trtoounty Baseball League
will be outlined at a meeting" which has been
called by President Thomas Kay, of Elk Mills,
Mil., to be held hero on Saturday, February 6.
8HAMOJCIN, Pa., Jan. 23. Tony Marheflta,
former Tristater. left here yesterday for New
the New England baseball club representing
CHICAGO, Jan. 23. Clauds Derrick, short
stop, has been released to the Louisville
American Association Club by the Chicago
Nationals, It wn announced yesterday,
BALTIMOIU3. Jan. 23. Chairman Oustav L.
eta wart, ot the Players' Committee of the
Terrapins, announced that Johnny Bates
irould not be a member of the Baltimore Fed.
rals next season.
WITH THE CUEISTS
In the second blook of the 200-polnt match
to decide the triple tfi
in the Philadelphia
last nlrht ml h-
Pocket Billiard League
oarlors. W. Martin, at
arlore, W, Martin, of the Luierne
ated C Relter. ot Ja.ekann'fl fft
room, defeated C. Belter, of Ji
rooms. luu to 7, making the total for the
two Jtisu -uv tu aiu.
, CINCINNATI.. Jan. "si! In a Champion Bil
liard Players' League game here last night
Bchaeftr defeated &tton. 300 to 128 In IT In
nings. Averages: Schaefer. IT 11-17 Catton,
PAL11 BEACH, FU,. Jan. S3. The feature
ef yesterday's play In the New Tear's golf
tourney was the form shown by H. M. Forrest,
ef Lull a wood, who eliminated J. 0. Conner, ot
Trenton, by 0 up and 8 to play, winning the
first nine holes In par. H. U Wllloughby. of
Philadelphia, advanced through a default.
8umm4rlef. II. M. Forrest. Lakewood, de
feated J. O. Conner. Trenton, 8 and 8; St. I
Wllloughby. Jr., Philadelphia, won from Louis
Homo. St. Louis, by default: II. K, Bolton,
OnwcntslA, won frcm Louis Liber, Bt. Louis,
by default; W. W. Manning, Upper MontclaJr,
daftsUeU O. W. Johnson. Areola, 8 sad X.
PINBITOBST, N. C. Jan, 33. A ftnal round
concluded U) annual tia.whUitla three-ball
lr;n!crt yojltriisy. T. B, Boyd, of St. Louis,
winning from J, M. Robinson, of Harbor
Usacft, Miili., and Oeofge C, Dutton, of Bos
tea. Philadelphia Opposes New Ygrk Move
PkMadelfihia. recosnlzed naiiozuttto u k
UHMH& teaatt metropolis, wlll'dt) all In Its
latest to oravafit New York from wnanra tha
Wufcrnuti championship tournament away from
Pirisyert Sooner than tUs ciaaatft shifted
t , ws fait the (scat eoatis&aat will put un
a nyp,. s Bnw u io ia e;
put to b.-tae It to this efty, This is ths
or iN jiffcimtattos taued by A I Hss-
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4 tH aaHIJ1i eLncE L?hS.
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Bong- of the Nineteenth Hole
A. tlear-eued golfer landed home at 3
o'ctock one morn;
About sto down, or mavoe more, to old
And when he looked around and jato
between Mm and Ms led
Sis spouse had laid a stymie xoith a
' roIJinff pin, he said
"I'm sorry, dear, that I'm so late I
know that I'm to blame
But I have been out playing bonny
Scotland's grand old game";
Whereat she seized tho rolling pin with
still a firmer clutch,
And showed Mm by this chorus that the
Duffer was In Dutch
"I know about your golf, old boy, where
twenty drinks are par;
How all your short approaches leave
you close agatnst the bar;
Tou move along from cup fo cup until
The only Scotch game you can play has
soda on the side."
In vain the wretched golfer took an oath
upon Ms death;
In vain because he could not put a
back spin on his breath;
In vain he foozled each excuse and
topped each alibi,
Vntll at last he played himself Into a
He said that he'd been "pressing" and
he spoke of "perfect form,"
To find that he was standing In the
pathway of a storm;
The lady took a Tardon grip upon that
And as she took a Outmet swing she
said above the din
"I know about your golf, old boy, where
twenty drinks are par" efc.
An exchange speaks of the "wrecked
Athletlo machine." How would you
like to own a "wrecked machine'' that
had no real ball players left except
Schang-, Baker, Mclnnis, Barry, Mur
phy, Strunk, Lajole, Bush, Bresaler,
Bhawkey, Pennock and "Wyckoff?
If this is a "wrecked machine" what
would be the official status of Reds,
Yanks',, Browns, Phillies, Dodgers and
four or five others?
The Great War Preparer
It has been whispered that this coun
try la In no s'hape for war. Yet there
Is one game that has already developed
several army corps that only require
brief Instructions to be ready to take
the field. This Is golf.
In the U. B. of A. there are at least
It is probable that St. Joseph's field day
games will be resumed this year, following a
lapse since 1909. The date for tha event has
not be-n decided definitely
La Balls College will be represented In two
basketball games nt week. Monday after
noon the La. Balls five will meet the West
rttsUr High team, and en Friday the former
will play Southern High at Cloverdal IlalL
NorrUtown High School Is making prepara.
lions to win laurels in local athletic competi
tion this year. Tu data the basketball team
la showing up finely, and It promises to give
in high, school teams here sou hard battles.
The Da Laneey (School track eanaiaates are
working- out diligently under the tutelage of
Coach Hamilton. Ha has s squad ot good ma
terial Campbell, the former Hsrcereburg; run
ner, la starring In practice just now.
The battle for the Scholastio League cham
4ot Jhlp promises to bo a torrid affair. With
Hcrtheast and Central tlod for first place and
Southern High Increasing Its stride a merry
jhiJ phoqld ensue i-otU the; cenclustoa of tha
Cstttain Alltn, the Penn. Charts? milsr, Is
CetUB Into cosaWtOB rapidly If finUtteii
sapfed to HearUlc In th. 1 A. A. A . and
Cdl Cole ot tta Idttls Quakers, la eostUant
kt H&B win t& $$ax i&n$ su&n&g !,$ 3
. - " " ' xig: -? " '
250,000 eolf players under 40 years of
age. Those golfers could march almost
indefinitely as any of them can play
36 holes up and down hill, covering at
least 10 or 12 miles, without the slight
est fatigue. Most of them are able to
walk practically all day without becom
Which Is saying nothing of tho young
caddie army they are bringing up.
There aro at least 200,000 caddies In
tho U. S. A. under 21 years of age.
Theso youngsters not only can walk all
day, but they can turn the trick with
golf equipment weighing 12 or 14
pounds swung across their shoulders.
Golf Journeying covers about the
samo rango a military advance of re
treat would require. It Is up and down
hill, over ditches, through fields. Not to
forget what wonderful trench diggers
this game develops. The average duffer
can take a mashie or a niblick and dig
a. trench deep enough to hldo an
elephant In about seven swlnga.
Bay that I'm all In forever;
Bay that I'm slowing and through;
Bay that I'm no logger clever,
Out where the Ilia Train is due;
Show them where Time is beguiling
A wing that is all to the flinch;
Then show 'em a pitcher that's smiling,
When I come to bat in a pinch,
Looking back over records there is
one year's work tlmt may never be
beaten. This is Cobb'B 1911 campaign
the year that he drovo out 248 hits
scored 148 runs and drove 144 others
over the plate. In this ono season Cobb
alone was directly responsible for 292
Tiger tallies an allotment of SO runs
beyond any other record yet set up.
Fame comes by queer stages. It of
ten enters by devious and bizarre by
ways. Booth Hopper as a big league
pitcher never obtained more than a
paragraph But four years after he was
supposed to have been traded for a dog
he suddenly seizes the spotlight and
overflows from the sporting page to
the front and editorial pages.
Think of the publicity some enter
prising Busher now mlglit pick up If
he would only go out and get himself
traded for a guinea pig or a goat.
Such Is tho luck of the game. Lajole
was never on a big-winning club. He
left the Athletics tho year before Con
nie built up his first machine. And
he comes nack to them the year after
Pender, Plank and Collins have moved
Hlsler Wins Branch Hlle Ilace
An Interesting bi-monthly track and Held
meet was held at West Drench T. M. C, A.
last night, Four firsts were captured by M.
J. 13. McDonagh. McDonagh won the 00 and
2A-yard daebrs, half-mile run and standing
broad Jump, and finished second In the stand
ins high Jump In the V30 he equaled the
traca record ot -ju aeconas. in tne one-mllo
un. Hlsler equaiea the reooi
the record of S:2i. mada
Dy caul ( 'U.
of the Vlctrtx C. a Bum.
220-yard daah Won by J.
71. If riAn nl .
second. Partridge, third, Ide. Time, 20 seeonda.
tw-yarq oasn won oy j. if. ucj-Knagh; seo-
onn, uuuiiun; uuru,
artrldge. Time, T a-5
One-mile run Won by Illsler;
third. Bauman. .Time,
Equals TM. C.
A, manor recora
i hlfb Jumn-Won byEohmldt; seo.
11. tTcPoaagh; third, Seiyes. Height,
H tana Hi.
4 feat 4 inahas.
Standing1 bread lump Won by J. TJ. Mo
Doaagh: second. Sands; third, Schmidt, Pla
ta not, 9 feat ll lnehea.
HIgU jump Won by Wlndhqvels. second.
Sanaa' third. Brscberaln. Height. S feet B
TfSlf-mlls run woa by J. B. .McDonagh:
second. Hlsler; third, Bauman. Time, 2:23.
The oolnt acoree UcDonftsra. 3: Windhorst.
8; aetunUt, 8; Hlsler, 8. Partridge, 8U; Jiau.
nian, 4; Sands, 3; Drecbcmln, 3, Oulllfun, 2H,
U,U,, M, UUIUiUU, TS,
rer, : Irons, 1, and
jas, s: otutes, , ewjiaw
Morristown Is Hofikey Victor
M9RPISTQWW, V J- n Sa-KrltOwn
Scteal jtofcjited St, Vetera Colls 1 a well
jm4 aeekff (set hf ysstsfitay by sset
IS IN KEEPING THE MIND
DANCING AT PEM
IN FUTURE AFTER
First Social Stunt Will Be
Held Tonight, After Ti
gers Meet Red and Blue
Tossers in the Gymnasium.
Beginning; tonight, Pennsylvania will
mix society and sport at Its basketball
gameH. After the lntercolleglato match
between Princeton nnd Pennsylvania Is
over dancing will bo tho order of the
evening until midnight. The management
has been compelled to do this because
of the many requests.
Tho basketball gamo Itself Bhould be ono
of tho best that has boen seen at Weightman
Hall for several seauons. 1'onnsylvanla- has
been playing bettor basketball than any toam
that haB roprcsented the Ited nnd Uluo for
soveral Beasons. The game with Princeton has
always been a. ry closo one, and It will
undoubtedly bo bo tonight.
In tonight's Bume Princeton will be under
tno handicap of playing away from home, so
that Ponn should bo slightly favored. All
Penn's players camo out of tho Princeton
famo In cood shape, and they Bhould bo In
,H,VeIy.best or condition for tonight's match.
lhe Princeton team Is tho big surprise of the
league- this year. To date Its llvo has scored
victories oyer Columbia and Pennsylvania and
lads the league.
The preliminary game between tho Penn
freshmen and tho Drown Prep School should be
interesting. Coach Kcough has the atrongeat
IreBhman five that has represented Penn in
NEW YORK, Jan. 23.-The historic Chllds
Cup race is on again, after having been ott
and on several times, yesterday Harry Flaher,
graduate manager of athletics at Columbia,
received the "contract" from Princeton for
the triangular agreement. This time-honored
cup was i given i In tho late 70s by the Into
Peo,r,fi,?. Yk WV'hJll Philadelphia. On July
0. 18S. the last Chllds Cup race of tho old
fpur-oared regime was rowed by Cornell and
Pennsylvania. Cornell winning. Thereafter the
cup was put away In storage for years. Then,
by an agreement among Pennsylvania, Prince,
ton and Columbia, It was brought out for
competition once more and by tho Blue and
White's easy victory on Carnegie Lake this
trophy now rests on Morntngslde Heights.
SWAHTirMOHB. PaT"jan. 23,-The Haver
ford College swimming team defeated the
Swarthmoro swimming team In the Sharpless
pool last evening 21 to 17. W, Crossman, of
Huverford, carried off the honors In the short
races, winning the CO and 100-yard races in
nno style. He also was tho last man on the
victorious relay team.
I30STON', Jan. 23. BdXard Casey, captain
ot last year's Exeter eleven, has reconsidered
his Intention of entering Princeton and
matriculate at uarvara.
He is to battls Jack Johnson at
Juarez, Mexico, in a match for the
world's heavyweight fearing chain,
pionship. Few posted fans
credit VHlard with having m
f host of a chance.
ON THE BALL
Show No Mercy
Do you know of a man who can please
Who can think up a plan that will sub
Oan you pick out a gink who will stop
at the brink
Of disaster and think ere he spills all
Can you find us a guy who will honestly
For tlie wherefore and why before words'
lie lets flyt
Because, If you can and he Is a friend
of yours, shoot him. It Is for his own
good. Unless ho Is Immediately assas
sinated ho may bo offered a Job on tho
National Commlsh In place of Proxy
Herrmann, who Is said to havo been
slated for defeat by Czar Ban.
And now a bowler has broken tho
marathon record by doing-100 games In
0 hours and 56 minutes, can anyone tell
tho record for pinochle?
Go (Jet Him
Jfoto, Ited and Blue, arise and boost
And bring your own stars homo to roost.
We'll think you're there a heap, a staok,
If you'll but get Bill Ilollenbaok.
The Steely (Hare
Now that tho Templo girls aro taking;
up fencing, swains In disfavor may be
able to find tho reason when her eyes
flash llko sword points.
And Then Some More
Forty-eight hours will be allowed for
tho trip through the Panama Canal In
tho New York-to-'FxIsco motorboat
race. It will be needed If Culebra gets
A. A. TJ. Favoro Boxing
Officials of the Amateur Athletic
Union smile upon professional clubs
promoting amateur boxing contests,
provided the club shall have first asked
for sanction for the games, and pro
vided the contests are held under A. A.
U. rules. Secretary F. W. Rublen, of
the national organization, has ex
pressed his favor. AH the trouble now
KILBANE BOXES MORGAN IN
American and English Champions
Meet at National Tonight.
Johnny Kllbane, of Cleveland, O., and
Eddie Morgan, of England, will meet to
night at the Nat!-nal A. C,
The program follows:
Second bout Frankle Momi, of Boston,
vs. Jack McCloskey, of Richmond.
Third bout Jack Waldron, ot Trenton, vs.
Jack Price, of Trenton.
Semlwlnd-up Patsy (Kid) Baxehy, ot Ire
land, vs. Leo Vincent, of this city.
Wlndup Johnny Kllbane, of Cleveland, vs.
Eddie Morgan, of England.
The 20-round match between Battling Levin
sky and dunboat Smith, both of this city, wilt
be held In Hew Orleans tomorrow night.
Smith is the favorite In the betting, How
ever, Levlnsky may spring a surprise by hand
ing the Qunper a nifty lacing.
It will be a case ot beating the other tq the
Fiunch when Joe Horrell, the local contender
or middleweight honors, hooks up with Al
McCoy, of Brooklyn, at the Olympla Monday
night. Both men are possessors of hard wal
lops, and punching ability will predominate
over science during the bout.
Cobb In tip-top
shape for tho
its enzasement wit
nt Allcntown. at tha PalaAA A
Horrlstown, Tuesday night
One of tha best shows ever staged at the
Hroadway A- C. will be the attraction of that
club Thursday night Pete Ualon will meet
Eddie Revolre In the star bout of a wstl.
booked preliminary card.
Sailor Butler, a Rochester. N. T.. feather
weight under the management of Edgar 11,
Fortney, TIu South Broad street, has rounded
into perfect condition, in U prepared 'to make
his debut hsrs.
The next time Kid Williams gees to thai post
he will meet Bldle Wallace, of Brooklyn, la
i XO-Ioun.l bout at tb Broadway Sporting
Chib, to ifc ty acres th Iirldsa.
4 Jones, a, local lW-pswad lad, hit re.
tulj t w Wiw Tods j4 Ut Mdy t wjwstr
experienced by the Broadway Athletic
Club would havo been avoided If tho
New York city band had roquested a
sanction. As It is, tho athletes who
took part will be suspended.
Plain Ordinary Suicide
Jess Wlllard may grab tho world's
heavyweight championship crown from
that stingy old darky Jack Johnson, but
we . You say It for us, considerate
Breaks a Commandment
This one is on Manager McGraw, of
tho Giants, shall wo say? Or on Hans
Lobort? Or on Jim Thorpe, which?
McGraw mado up his mind the tlmo
Jim Thorpe was beaten In a special
match race at 100 yards by Lobert that
ho would never bo qulto satisfied until
he had Lobert lassoed, bound and
branded. Now he covets no longer. Mc
Graw about a year ago declared In the
hearing of all the players at a game
with tho Phillies that Thorpe was the
fastest sprinter in tho big leagues. Lo
bert challenged and put up $50. All
remember the result of th'o race. Tho
world's all-around champion was forced
to take tho dust of tho Phllly player.
After tho bet had been paid McGraw
made the remark that Lobert had a
nerve to mako tho bet, and speed
enough to win It. From that day
forth, as all good stories go, Lo
bert was ever in the eye of tho great
Giant leader and has finally been re
To WarP Oh, Yes, but
Jimmy Johnson, matchmaker of tho
Madison Square A, C, New York city,
has a mother who hasn't any neutral
tendencies In connection with the Eu
ropean war, according to a story
printed in the Now York World, She's
been with the Allies from begin
ning to end. She told Jimmy that if she
lived In England and had 20 sons she'd
send them all to the war. v
"No, you wouldn't mother," answered
Jimmy, ."you might send M of them as
fighters, but not me, I'd be the man
ager." before a Philadelphia audience again. He
wants a crack at Toung McGovern.
It is prnbable that Mike Gibbons will next
meet Eddie Mcdoorty. Gibbons' vletory over
Jimmy Clabby was a clean-cut one, according
t? Milwaukee dlspatchea Gibbons should 'have
little trouble In whipping the Oshkosh mid
dlewelzht. The bout may be staged Feb.
l.Kw.H?Trtb I1? N'.Y" welterweight;
Is here. He Is working out at a local gym!
paslum and Is in shape to meet the best of
the "42" pounders In tbs vicinity. ' i " ol
Harry Thomas, Eddie, Kelly and Toung
Cohen aro acting as sparring partners for
Charley White in preparing tha chicagoan for
T&dnayUnlgehtW"1' W"1' ln N,w Yor,
,2?1H,,t,wVla,rk "earywelfhts, B.m ugford
and Sam MoVea, will meet In a 20-round bout
at Havana, Cuba, February 13.
SS'0, eora'a oer to this city for his bout
with Joe Borrell, Al McCoy will feature In a
tonight. W',h mir Qntl '" Ne"
Soccer Games Wanted
The Morton Boys' Club soccer team
would like to arrange games with any
...- -.c , Bsvuiiu-cittsa teams, to no
played on our grounds. Address J. Clln-
wu, uiuiiaser Jiorton Hoys' Club socce:
Brton Boys' Club eoceer
Haines street, Qma!!ftlSJF'&"
Ball Flayers to Tango
iii?!?,fT SS0'0, toerly manager of the Phil
USfi "4. Sherwood, one a Phil star batter.
raPS? Pfi.SKJ!!: -'ft?
wo will lump to the Tango Tfpperary
at the Hotel'MaJsio anTgfvs an T VxhlwHon
ot tne moo era nances before gueata and friends.
at7wfubrlatncr,)b,u, worl ia
FOB HBAX.TU SlItKKOTU
Physical Training- Claataa at
hours to suit
, Iodttiaaal lii true t'mi
15 PiW', wrestling-. Fentinr.
tfa.ftleMie Bajos, NalateriuiB
5TS t, Bstiit l at Bwklst,
i-rcsiticnt George w p,i, . 1
Middle Atlntl a if-wl. ol nt
tour Athletic Union, wniTwt . W
tomorrow aftamonw tL" li'"1 New Torf
meeting tho chlof membrn. J?'1!0"
tionni body In an effort to sireiUT "
the Ted Meredith difficult, A.U B
Ine last night nt U00 Vine str.. 2.Mt"
dent Pawlins; was delegated to l"'
ho cause ot the woridTchi" $
he Is registered from .iliosJ?n.Aan bK3
of ihi. ,ffi" " .".' "V Meadowbfi:"?
Thr'rac.Kf,mw,hlcISrPe,nnn l,VhC '? I
fa nil open meet and thii. ffi . .bSs
open" games for
if-,V" iWetlo contingent thV4l2U2
ciub .s wmmg to tTiVSSS
op TeL "5K".,te MMdobrooV,'
ho would not bo nblo to romnw. f" .'"
there would )e a Ulffcrcnce t5 '," rV
Wi"l9 B.n(1 should not bo fireM iA?1
of other colloso alhletc" nro mSJ!;..,u'1M'
verslty cf Pennsylvania In tho SDI.ih!.iV,!l
reHy ra.-o. Clcorco iKirron, SufniJli.1 iSu!f
Unicorn track team, has suRSStJJ'ik.',1 .
?ventoi canceled and ono sufititmed iU?S
tho 20fi-.Tiptr nivmntn -uir'.l.ulea in whirs
pole. Barron-s plan to offset th? AA W"
f" '" ?taJ?.Kf?'t ! to staset-;.Hi,I
JwTiKfc Unlvor.ity.,urInD0Tw !??,, ',n.i
as orlKinallv advertised. Thl, !chimJJr,l
pormlt nn cntlro team of Umveriityof ?2?fl
sylvania runners to comnoto !. Vf"1
rnout a still not violSir'thol
BASKETBALL RESULTS 1
Eastern League nnd Other Contests
Afford Interesting Beading.
lasxuiih LEAOUE STANDING S
W. L, P.C. w t' tan
Camden,. ...10 8 .DOT Jasper ....jiitlS
ltpadlng ...14 0 .)0 Trenton " 10 1J iS
Do Nerl ...14 U .BOO GreyitSck ! Jli S
TONIGHT'S SCHKDULH. S
Trenton at De Nerl; Jasper at ncaati J
Jpo Foearty's field goal In the last fsw.?
onds of tho De Ncrl-Oreyatock Esstera Leim
basRetball gamo on the latter1 floor Ei
night, enabled tlie Musical Fund Ilill pu,m
to clinch a hard-fought game by 2 to ;3
points, after the Oroya were within on. Soja
St. Taul bat Northeast Doyo ail, 1 ta J
Combined Second beat Prltchard, 39 to It,
TVest irnod nqrrvpi ! tn nH.. t. .it
2t to jo. "" "1
The Sylvania basketball team beat RecoS
cinaiion iioys' uiud Dy tno score ot 22 t0'8,j
11... .... K.I t a... . . . .. '
uo okctauii uiesiun iivo Deat union Hstlo&u
by tho score ot 2u to 13. iuj
in a Camden City Leaguo contest, tatt str&t.
Forest Hill defeated St, Aloysius. 26 to 2J,y
Grerstock Bcserves laced Chambers-WtlliS
4S to :tl. In n Section A, Brotherhood LcipiMi
eu... , mnuh lit u iicuv-ai;uriii; uaniB
Westminster defeated Prltchard In a Sjctfca
i xJiwLiiciiiuuu ijubuu game ut me jonwrs
hall last night, 27 to 23.
The Haddinpton TltT7"nnd Trust buielbJll
team won a. roughly played game from' lit
Northeast Boys' Club. 45-10. The ftun ol
of tht, came wns thn foul shnntlni- nf MeKllrJ
who shot 13 consecutive xoala. ri
(North Philadelphia Y. M. A., of the Aowh
lean League, handed out a 02-to-13 Jolt to SC
lllta last night, when they played rlnzs aroosd
tho St. Blta team. , f.
High School baiketiaJl
team had an easy time defeating Wlhnoiflca
23 to 14, ID tt
High School yesterday,
xormer a ifyniiiuBLum, VM
Tho All Saints' basketball team, ot Dirtr?
one of the fastest second-class teams in Phfii
delphia, last night defeated the Tulcebocktt
flvo, of Gcrmantown, 21 to IB. '
Kelly's goal In the laBt minute of play rt
oi. .iiuiiivi u viviury uver wesLerii iicuuiu, m
n National Loaguo game nt Cloverdale HtlV
last night, by 22 to 20. Strayers woa torn
jionica a victory over wesiern iieciric.
Annunciation by 31 to 22.
Pftrkwflv defeated Wavne. 88 to
Wftrwli.1 nrfltrt tn TTfilrmAiiTit and thS
tiits m !
nn vhlhftlnn snrnA t!4 tn IN. tn Phllultll
Junior League games at the Boys' ClublsstB
Alpha defeated Ward? 2T to IB. M1W
cleer all-round passing was the games iw
ture Frank Bhaughnesay lost another f-;
within a week by falling to make good tonEI
tho fouls. i
Charley Howell. theP. H. It. -.M-iS,?
forward, laat night. In a Camden City WW
contest, talked himself out ot the gams al
caused his team's downfall, when Befjnj
Neufeld tacked on foula and banished W
from the gumo 10 seconds before It had Me
Parkalde won, 31 to 22, J
The Public. High School ,IW1ft'i$S
Southern conteat on Wednesday afternoon. ;t
ATirkMftnw pa Jan. 23. Lower Wi
High School trounced Bryn Athyn TM"!
SB to 18. In one of the roughest game'
witnessed in tne local cage,
G. Pa.. Jan. 23. The. benefltRSi j
here lust night for "Pl", fl.dfi,. &"
m,M,mm a l,lp rnwil nefllnflr the IteaqlDC ."j
, a ble crowd selng tns ujajue?--a ai
iguern outclass the Reading ,OI' ,T K
The locals led tl)e first half, M m
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. J,an---hSt-5&
r. j Jan. 23--tn;r-,
man catnono luin KirGiU
lantlo City High School In the cage here ijj
night. 48-37. It was the first defeat pi '
season for the mua ana wune.
NOnniSTOWN. Pa.. Jan. 2S.-Soutlr
plAyers gave Norrlstown i"sn a 'jt
Ecfora a big crowd last nlKht. but .lost.
21. Caplaln Welnteln was the all-m
Patsy nedley, the North Penn "!:
sioppea nappy hvi ' T. iVMetIewf.'
tho wlnd-un at tho Quaker City Atwe"4-,
'While they were sparring for an.owf
the fifth Bedley sent a right jwi" a
body, flooring Davis for a wunt of i" j J
tne latter rose no w ?"" "IVr- fkes. v:
slcian"' hen otdered th, 'bout; jfJPJJ jW
Aimer, at mia;uii, . "ir-.-rth an '"'-g
ler had the better of the if ouijn jfJJJ, m al
sessions, but in the other rounds " M
alwavs the better, . . ...Ivor MiAi
Jimmy Corbett and Johnny McAVOtji
?;?' vxssf .as-afirto'wjE
" thi" other" comu 'Jack Read jmgl
stonoed So-Saw. Kelly lau m
tha jaw m 1M intra rou..a -.-,,, fstTM
Kid Baker rot the Wf'ftfrtS.
Peter Hellly at tta.enj l,MUnd d,
In the final bo of the nW!?nanwt H
tha Gayety amateur boning tuurw i
lhe 122-nound preliminary bouts M-
siaSl at the end of the 'h ",,
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