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YARD LOCATIONS 18th and La Salle St., Thirty
fifth and Federal, 5455 North Lincoln St., 131 West
Sixty-third St., Arthington and Kilpatrick
Telephone Harrison 5187
C. A. BICKETT, President C. O. FOWLER, Vlce-Pres.
BRYAN G. T1GHE, Vlc.Pres. CHAS. NEWTON, Treasurer.
DON B. SEBASTIAN, Vlce-Pres. W. H. SMITHBURNE, Secretory.
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Large Halls for Rent for All Occasions
820 NORTH CLARK STREET
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PLANS FOR SOLDIERS
Competition in All Branches
Sports Is Sanctioned.
Efforts Will Have Active Co-operation
of the Various Welfare Oroanl ra
tions With Authority From
An extensive organized effort' will
bo niiMlo to ilcvrlni) nthletlcs In the
American expeditionary force' during
tho next few month. Through the
organised tllrecllmi of entertainments
also It will ho iilmeil to bring out nnil
develop the entertaining Inlent tho
The efforts In hoth these directions
will linvo the nrtlve eo-operntlon tit
tho Y. M. 0. A., tho Knights of Colum
bus, the .Siilvutlon unity and the other
welfare organizations, with authority
from (leiiernl Pershing.
Competitive sports lis well us purely
nthlelle oxcnJses will he arranged In
ench division nnd corps. Olllclnl
championships will he contested under
rules to he adopted Inter la those
sports: Track and Held events, buse
hall, foothall, basketball, tennis, box
ing nnd wrestling.
Heglnnlng with ench company as the
Rimillqst unit, there will be elimination
contests In the organization all the
wny up to army corps. Tho company
winners will compote In battalion
events and battalion winners In regi
mental contests. When the winners In
ench army corps are decided there will
he flnnl contests for the nthlelle cham
pionships of the American expedition,
ary force, In which only the winners
or divisional championships will ho
All the team events will bo conduct
ed so as to make selections of one
athletic team finm each of the First,
Second nnd Third nrmles nnd two
teams from tho service of supply, In
cluding tho district of Paris. Football
teams will be organized to represent
nnny troops, corps troops, division
base sections of the service of supply
and Intermediate sections of the serv
Ico of supply In the Paris district and
the service of supply In tho ndvnncod
Tho boxing contests will embrace
six clnsses featherweight, lightweight
welterweight, middleweight, light
heavyweight nnd heavyweight. The
elimination bouts will consist of three
rounds each of three minutes, with
jflnu1s,Jnl.tuo division corps of thanrmy
nnd service of supply tournaments ol
five rounds each. Hoxlng and wrestling
tournaments must bo concluded by
Individual prizes will be awarded
members of teams winning tho first
place In the divisional contests and
to the members of tho two teams con
testing In tho Hauls of the American
expeditionary force championship?, tho
prizes to he emblematic of service In
tho American expeditionary force.
SERVES IN NAVY AND ARMY
Outfielder 8am Rice of Washington,
Only Player to See Service In
Ram Illee, Washington's outfielder,
Is probably tho only big leaguer who
has served In two branches of tho
United Stntes Service. Ho served n
term In tho navy several years ago,
Joining the Petersburg (Va.) League
club when dlschurged. That was six
years ago. Ho remnlned u pitcher un
til 1015, when Clark Grllllths gavo him
n trial In tho outlleld.
Last spring ho enlisted In tho coast
artillery and wns sent overseas sev
eral months ago.
STAR BACK WITH PENN STATE
"Judie" Harlan Resumes His Studies
He Was Expected to Go
to Georgia Tech.
"Judlo" Harlan, tho smashing, tear
ing halfback of tho famous Naval Re
serves, Is back at Penn Stnto univer
sity, where ho will resume hhn studies.
It wns said that Ilnrlan, who camo
from Oeorgln Tech, would return to
his former school, but ho has changed
his mind and will go to tho Pennsyl
Penn state will linvo n wonderful ad
dltluu to their half buck Held Lu Kalian.
STAR ATHLETE BiG
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lit Si 'JsK s0Sl$m
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Tho wnr ended only too soon for Sergt. Mike Dorlzn". former Penn
strong man. Intcrcolb slate wiostllng chnuiplou and all around athlete. Tho
big son of Oreece had I cm recommended for u captaincy nnd would have
been commissioned lu a short time.
Dorians went to I'riitice with University of Pennsylvania luie hospital
No. i.'0, In charge of Lieut. Cot. .T. 11. Carnett. an old Penn football star.
Mllro was tho life of the organization, Its Interpreter, provost of military
police, custodian of 1'icneh khidlcs, etc., etc.
llo finally becanie so valuable he was called to Lyons fur other Important
woik. He H still stationed there.
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JIMMY ARCHER IS THROUGH
Former Cub Catcher Declares He Hats
Retired From Baseball Going
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.Tlmmy Archer, oneo tho Cubi star
catcher, says bo has retired from base
ball. Ho was a member of tho Brook
lyus, Pirates nnd Clneinatl Iteds last
season, and at times ho displayed
Hashes of his old skill. Hut Archer's
permanently crippled right wing Inter.
1.'' SJ. nf?n
fered with bis throwing, so that bo was
used only In emergencies. Archer
might securo.n position as coach, but
ho says that ho prefers to go Into busi
ness, Thus tho national gamu loses
ono of the greatest ball pitiycrg tliut
uer put on a imibk.
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LOSER BY WAR FINISH
University of Pittsburgh has booked
nine football games for this year,
University of Pilnerton will have
a varsity swimming team this whiter.
Ilorso racing Is permitted In New
York from Apill 1.1 to November 15.
A compnny has been formed to
boost sports by mciins of moving pic
tures. Bill Fischer, former National league
catcher. Is now n shoo drummc, and
u successful one, too. ,
Tho Giants and Atblotlcs will linvo
plenty of youngsters until tho player
limit rulo goes Into effect.
Val PnclnlcU has written Manager
Griffith that ho expects to bo mus
tered out of tho navy soon.
Tho Red Sox will probably train
at Jlacon, Ga. Tho Ynnks linvo de
cided to quit their enmp there,
liny Schmidt, n promising young
Infleldor with tho Dodgers Inst
spring, has been discharged from tho
SEE NO DIFFERENCE
IN ENGLISH RULES
Handicaps Under Which Ameri
cans Fought in London.
Yankees Given to Understand They
Would Ge Disqualified If They
Did Mot Flcht British Way
Harry Creb an Exception.
Ilddle Kane, who went to T.ondon
as manager of the service boxers rep
resenting America In tho lnter-allled
service boMng tournament, has nu
entirely dlfierent story to tell from
Ihoso sent to this country by 1'ag
llsb correspondent regarding the
handicaps under which the American
boxers performed iigiilnst those of
Kngland Cnmidu, AiMnilla, and
"There was wry little difference be
tween the Ameilicn rules governing
the bouts and the divMnns and the
Htigllsh regulations. The thing Is.
tho Americans were tilled up with Just
plain 'bull' before the bouts. They
were told that the KnglNh rules were
entirely different from the American
ones," said Kane.
"They were told that the Judges
would dbquullfy them If they did not
tight the HrllMi way. The conse
quence wa that they entered the ring
under the Impression that they must
forsake all their own st.vlo of light
ing. "The only boy that tried to work In
his old way was Hurry (Jreb, and ho
knocked out his opponent."
When usked nboiit the Pal Moore
.lluunle Wilde bout Kane said that It
was n wonderful light. "There was
no question, though, about who wns
the winner. Moor certainly Is u lit
tle man el. On the other hand, Wlldo
Is about the greatest Judge of dis
tance In tho world," IMdle said.
"Training conditions were very bnil.
We did not get In Knghuul until tho
llrst and the bouts started on the
eleventh. That didn't leave a great
deal of time to get In condition.
"Also, the quaiters wpio very drtmp.
rive of the boys got the "flu." There
was very little apparatus there. The
training consisted In the main part of
running and boxing between our
selves." LIEUT. BERRY HAS RETURNED
Pennsylvania Ail-Around Star Mus
tered Out of Service To Retlro
Lieut. Howard Horry, star nil-round
athlete of the University of Pcmisylva
nln, has been mustered out of tho mil
itary sen lee, and returned to his home
In Philadelphia. The all-around stnr
has been stationed with an artillery
regiment at Camp Hancock, Ga.
Lieutenant Horry, It Is said, will re
enter Pennsylvania, probably during
tho semester commencing with the
Lieut. Howard Berry.
now year. However, It Is regarded as
extremely doubtful If he will over
again bo seen competing under tho uni
versity's colors. It Is K-ild that Lieu
tenant Horry Is Ineligible to compete
on tho Ited nnd HIuo track team.
Lieutenant Herry has attracted ua-tlon-wldo
attention as an athleto since
entering tho University of Pennsylva
nia. Tho all-around star entered Penn
from Muhlenberg after completing n
year of baseball and football competi
tion ut tho latter Institution. When ho
hnd rounded out his year's residence
nt Penn ho became eligible for nil
branches of spoils. Subsequently ho
distinguished himself for u period of
two years on tho footbnll and baseball
teams and tho track and field team,
On tho latter team ho twlco won the
LIGHTB0DY IS NOW OFFICER
Man Who Tried to Make Athlete of
German Crown Prince Serving in
Army in France.
Llghtbody, who won many long dls
tunco races for tho University of Chi.
cngo nnd later tried to mako an ath
leto of tho Gormnn crown prince, was
on tho Job In France when tho Ger
mans capitulated, sen lug as u lieuten
ant with tho American forces.
WAR BROUGHT AN AWAKENING
Change of Heart That Came to III
Used Indiana Woman Remark
able In Its Results.
Just outside of one of our Indiana
towns Is n house which for twenty
years has been pointed out to all pass
ersby as a place of curiosity. The
woman who llws In It was Jilted by
her betrothed more than twenty years
ago. Angry at all men, sho had this
house built spwr.ii tods from the iond
and there, with u maid, estab
lished her home. No man was ever
pet milled to enter that domnln. The
woman never left the yard because
she was determined never again to
look on mi) man, since the were nil
"alike and unfaithful to any one or
nnj thing," ns -he said.
Hut still nu read tho newspapers.
They were her only wny of communi
cating with the world.
A few wicks ago people were sur
prised by seeing this woman come to
Its main tioor. They wondered nnd
wondered until the woman herself told
of the nttractlon which had brought
her from her seclusion. She had come
to s.e the s'idler lads leave. The
newspapers bad told her stories of n
new race of men ouug men who
nbove all other qualities, were true to
their count!' title enough to dlo for
She miw them leave. And then she
swent to the Hed Cross headquarters
and got yarn to knit socks to send to
them, Now she Is helping keep the
booths lu which Tin If t stamps nnd
Liberty bonds are being sold. Indian
HIGH TRIBUTE TO AMERICA
Visiting Italian Recognizes Disinterest
edness and Hlph Ideals of the
People of Our Country.
dipt. Giuseppe Hevlone. now In tho
United States, has written a friend In
Home as follows;
"Ameilca shows the friendliest dis
position toward Italy at present. The
change, If there was a change, has
been due to the astonishing Plave vic
tor). What I want to tell you, In or
der that jo" limy repeat It to all our
friends. Is that America has thrown
herself In the war and Is lighting for
n full and complete victory with all
her lmmeasur'ible forces and with a
power of will which Is almost re
ligious. "It Is nu npostleshlp of faith which
has occurred, as If by the appearance
of u new Messiah. Hut 1 swear to you
that jrur faith will not be betrayed.
Wo do not realle tho extent of this
world of limitless teources, Inhabited
and worked by a new, fresh people,
free and well disciplined, proud nnd
resolved to make a suhllino hhtnr.v.
We have only a vague, unclear and
Inadequate Idea of what lies bejond tho
"It Is necessary to come here; It Is
necessary to tread this generous soil,
which holds so many treasures, with
our own feet. It Is necessary to
breathe this feverish air, to understand
ami to believe that through thtllunl,
painful snerlllcMw, the reign of Justice
Is biding Its time, to avert Its su
premacy In the world." Italian Amer
ican News Hurenii.
Rubber In FIJI Islands.
According to r, published statement
of his majesty's trade commissioner
to New Zealand, who has lately visited
the FIJI Islands, the rubber industry
Is receiving much attention lu I huso
Islands, and New Zealand farmers
have planted large plantations there
that haw produced quantities of rub
ber lepoited to be of very high grade.
It Is claimed that there are thousands
of acies In tho FIJI Islands that aro
well adapted to this ladustrj, and It
Is expected that extenslvo develop
ments will follow. The pi Ico of rub
ber at present seems very low, sluco
the market is so greatly restricted be
cause of tho wnr, hut It Is expected
when normal conditions aro restored
that this will be enmo a profitable In
dustry in those Islands, where labor Is
Luckily, He Wasn't Fired Upon.
Theio was ono Yankee private In
Tlilnui'ourt who took u chance, but
ho couldn't resist the temptation.
When his mates llrst saw him they
were uncertain whether he was tho
kaiser or tho crown prince ns they
rushed forward to make the capture,
For ho was riding a German olllcer's
horse, ho had on a German olllcer's
helmet, ami on his chest was pinned
tho Iron cress, all left by German otll
cers lu their rush to safety. Tho Yank
squad, bent upon making nu Impor
tant captuie, were n trllle disgusted to
find that It was only Private Jones of
Little Pickup for Edison.
Thomas A. Kdlsoii made ?.'! when ho
motored In from his Oiaugo (N, J.)
homo to Now Yoik to appear as n wit
nes In a $1!50,000 commissions suit
brought by Archlhnld M. Oitrom of
Brooklyn lu connection with Hiitlsh
contracts placed with Mr. Kdlson
through J. P. Morgan & Co., agents for
tho Hiitlsh government. As ho wns
lenvlng couit tho Inventor was handed
a Gubpocan and ?II mileage.
"Thanks, joung man," said tho elec
trical wizard, stulllng tho money Into
n pocket. "Any time you linvo nny
moro money for mo Jiibt wire mo where
to come to get It."
"Thero are somo things wealth can
"That's right," nnswered tho nam
who lives lu a hotel. "An extra lump
of sugur In your coffee, for Inbtnnce."