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ketball teams will play tonight in
Yale swimming team defeated
Pennsylvania, 35y2 to 17. "
Sinai Social Center and Chicago
Hebrew Institute athletes will hold
their first track meet of the season
tonight in the former's gym. Dope
(p. has the teams evenly matched.
Hugh Duffy, former White Sox
manager, has been appointed coach
of the Harvard baseball team. Fred
Mitchell had the job last year.
University of Chicago swimmers
defeated University of Cincinnati, 55
to 43. Cincinnati won two seconds.
Clement Browne, star swimmer of
the Hamilton club, must undergo
an operation for appendicitis, which
means his elimination from, -competition
for some time. He has been a
consistent point winner for Hamil
ton. New Trier swimmer Won a close
meet from Central Y. M. C. A., 37 to
35. Stafford of New Trier smashed
the A. A. P. record in the 220-yard
swim to give the victory to the
schoolboys. His time was 2:41.
Stafford was individual star for New
Trier, Scherer of Central giving him
a close battle for high point honors.
Freddie Welsh has gone east with
his manager, -Harry Pollok. Pollok
told Nate Lewis Charlie White would
be given a 25-round chance at the
v lightweight title if promoters of the
' Havana, Cuba, tournament come
across with proper inducements.
Al Krueger cleaned up the profes
sional skaters in the five-mile roller
race at Riverviewiii the fast time of
Reb Russell, welter, earned the de-
tcision over Willie Schaefer at a sub
urban club. Schaefer was ill and
went on only because a substitute
could not be secured.
Close to fifty ski stars are expected
to show 'their skill on the slide at
Cary, I1L, tomorrow afternoon, on
the occasion of the annual interna-
. tionaK tournament of the NorgeSki
J31ub of.Ghicago, Mike Jensen, who
has charge of the entries, announced 7
14 professionals and 20 amateurs'
had been enrolled, with prospects, of
a number of additional runners sign- v
ing up before the events start at 1:30
p. m. Sunday.
Miller Huggins, St Louis Cardinal
manager, refused to waive on Geo.
Pierce and the Cub southpaw goes , '
to St Louis. He was slated for re- j
lease to Kansas City as part of the T
Wortman deal. ,
Although it was rumored that the
St Paul Town and Country club wil
make a bid for the open champion- r
ship at the annual meeting of the
Western Gob! ass'n at the Congress r
hotel tonight, the only official bid re-
ceived is from the Westmoreland f
club 'of Chicago. It is possible Glen
View may try for the tournament
The regular ticket headed by Chas. ,
F. Thompson, has no opposition.
There may be some discussion on
the amateur rule, but iMs expected
the present wording will stand. Mid
lothian and the Detroit C. C. are the
onlybidders for the amateur cham
pionship. o o
CLUBROOMS OPEN AT NIGHT
FOR DAY WORKERS ,
The Woman's City-club will here-r
after keep its clubrooms open until
9 p. m. every day except Sunday, so
that members employed during the
day may have the opportunity to
benefit from the clubrooms.
Members, their friends and people ,
interestedin civic matters are invit
ed to use the rooms to rest, to keep
appointments, to await engagements ,
or any other purpose. Rooms are at,
701 Lake View bldg., 116 S. Michigan'
On the last Monday in January,
the club will inaugurate a series of
evening meetings, at which leading,
speakers of the country will appear
v New York. Price of cigarettes-advanced
1 to 3 cente a box by United
Cigar Stores Co.