EV'ENItta. LEDGER-PHILABBLpHlA, THURSDAY, BEOBMBEB 24 1914.
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1HERWOOD MAGEE IS TRADED TO BOSTON BRAVES FOR CASH AND TWO PLAYER!
uKIctcs and Dope Writers
as Holiday Spirit Fills the .Air Mr.
Presents Will be Traded.
THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
'tas the nlftht before Chrlstmnn and nil through tho natlun
Poor, tired-out random Was thrilled with elation.
liot4 there Wasn't ft. whisper from- bush or blR Icaruo
Or laumilts or Fed rnldsi or trloUi ami Intrigues.
Of Jolly old Santa, who shuts up tho talkers.
The self.advcrtlslnR calamity squawkors, '
And thus give to fahdom. If but for an hour,
A weo chunk of peace, the boat gift In his power.
ROAST BOMBARDIER WELLS FOR NOT GOING TO WAR
Some of the English papers are mentioning Hombnrdler Wells In a rnthor
alighting manner becnuse the Hombnrdler hasn't rc-enllstcd In the army and gone
to the war. The writers on the other sldo seem to think thnt n trained fighting
man should not bo traveling around making money when he might be fighting
for his country. "Freddy" Welsh has also been criticised for leaving England
Just when the demand for voluntcern was becoming Insistent: but Welsh never
was tn the army, never bud n military training and, It he went to the war, would
bo Just an ordinary soldier tike a few hundred thousand others, whereas as
lightweight champion he Is n person of some Importance and Is rapidly acquiring a
fine young fortune. He hnd n hard choice.
Nearly all of tho well-known English boxers to their great and everlasting
credit havo enlisted for the defense of their country. Among theso Is Tiger Smith,
who was a sensation n few yearn ngo until lip met- Tommy Hums. Tiger Smith
Was In the British Indlnn army nnd won so many boxing bouts In India, and In
bo sensational a manner, that ho bought his rcleaso from the service to go after
the heavyweight title.
In addition to the fighters, thousands of the best athletes In other branches
of sport ore now shouldering a gun, either at tho front or eagerly awaiting to
be Ordered there. Wells Is certain tb lose much of his popularity. Maybe lie
thinks It Is better to be alive. Oh, well, what's tho use?
COOMBS MAY TAKE RANK AS LUCKIEST BALL PLAYER
It Is announced thnt John Coombs, who was recently given his unconditional
release by Connie Mack, will play with tho I3rnves next senson. If thnt is true,
and there seems to bo no renson for doubting It, John will soon be In Ira ThomaB'
class. Ira Is known throughout the baseball world as the luckiest man In baseball.
Ho was on two pennant-winning teams with tho Detroit Tigers. Then the wind
changed, but the air currents had nothing "on" Irn. Ho switched to the Athletics
as soon as, the pennant wns switched ,to 2 1st street nnd Lehigh avenue. Now John
Ojombs, after having enjoyed during the last two yearn two slices of world's series
money. Is destined to get another in 1915 as a member of Stalllngs' club. While
this may seem lucky, John Coombs descrvci all he gets out of baHcbnll. He has
been, and It Is to ba hoped he wilt continue to be, one of the world's greatest
pitching exponents. Phlladalphlans wish Kenncbunk a prolongod success on tho
mound, whether ho plays with the Braves or whether ho jumps along with his
former teammates. Bender and Plank, to tho Federal League.
"JIMMY" GILMORE'S LETTER TO SANTA
By FRANK A JIENKE.
Dear Santa: I mn a- man of peace,
I bear all men good will.
It always makes me weep to read
The talo of Jack and JUI.
So when you make my gift bo sure
,k It works no harm at all.
Just bring a storm to wreck the plants
Of organized baseball.
(Signed) JIMMY CJILMORE.
QIVE MANAGERS LONGER TERM
If the new owners of the New York American League club Intend to build
pennant-winning team it Is to ba hoped they will not make the mistake of
Signing a manager for one year and then relieving him of his duties at the end
of that time. "The Idea of each Amerlcnn League club burning over a player ti
the Yankees to strengthen that club Is highly absurd. Tho owners In tho American
League last season had too hard a time battling against a poor season to be'
willing- to give even a friendly enemy a pennant-winning club. As far as the
Athletics are concerned, they havo done their part already. Mack has turned
Daley and Carroll Brownover to the Yankees. Ho did not do this with the par
ticular Idea of helping New York, nnd ho did not claim to do that What he did
was to give the New Yorkers two good men, and that Is all that could reasonably
be asked of him.
"WHITEY" MALLON A REFEREE OF GRIT
Basketball fans of Philadelphia, Reading. Trenton and Camden should rejoice
that a refereo has been found whof Is (strict. This referee Is "Will toy" Mallon. He
Is nof a novice at the game, by 8ny means. On tho contrary, ho Is an experienced,
well-trained basketball man, who knows his business and ,1s not afraid to do what
he thinks Is right, no matter if ho breaks up a team's play for one night as ho
did In Reading In the Trenton game.
The Penn football team will bo out for work next fall Al Journeay has decided
to re-enter college.
The attempts of several tennis' experts to i rank the players of the United
States are perfect that Is, tho rank.
Wo learn from tho checker expert that the Penn team is In the pink of con
dition for Its next contest,
TAKE YOUR CHOICE
Report A "Hans," Lobert wljl Jump to the Federals. The Yankees havo
Report B "Hana" Lobert will stay with the Phillies. Tho Yankees hava
not been sold. ' ,
Report C "Hans" Lobert will be 'with the aiants In 1915.' The Yankees
might already bo sold, , .
A double play Farrell out, Johnson to Huston to Ruppert.
MEERY CHEISTMAS TO ALIi
AND TO ALL A GOOD-NIGHT
SOPHOMORE FIVE WINS o
" CAGE IMTERCLASS TITLE
Victors Were Undefeated Seniors
Land Second Place.
Tti ophomars' cUu, with a prccatE of
J.0O0. won th InUrcUM ctumjiloiuWn of
Ointfal illttt School wbca th Onal ium of
fs crlu wro play4 jrtaUrduy afternoon
Bill) victory rultin- for tb soph an!
imnlerjrVj'ii. UtUr tim was the ruontr-up
iv Kb four wlu n4 two dtftata.
TfcTM of tb Crlnsaoa and QoM vanity
WitVUr plart4 for tb sophomer. Thty
r Ward. I'owltr ana Captain Rutler, Th
iioBfcl trio featured la vry contMl
$jmi b4 It iru tbslr ork chWtty that W03
tb UUta far tb aoptaomera claaa.
Xb atatbtlH lollaw:
ST. JOE DATES FILLED
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GOMES TO FORE
Put Lid on Dame Gossip
Bnn Johnson was still, ho had nothing to say
All tnnl.crn oC statements closed tip for the day.
And the snmo thltiir applied to nil branches of sport
In nhlcU tho hlfr talkers alt like to cavort
Tho heroes of tennis, the shy, modest fluhters.
The 5ounR men who work for the ball-playlns wrltcis,
nitc-muscled experts at croquet and pokor
And oven tho loud-mouthed, habitual croaker,
Wig Is always kicking, nit shut up for onco
And made the sport w rlters do marvelous stunts
In filling, by dint of hard labor, the Bpace
That the dopesters havo nilcd In their tireless race
Kor free adverllslnff on nlco spotting pages.
What though he who rends It Imnotently rages;
So fans should be glad, though this silence amazes,
Tlinv nil nlmuld loin in and nlnir loudly the Uralses
GREAT BILLS AT FIGHT
CLUBS CHRISTMAS DAY
Olympla, National, Quaker City and
ratrmount Schedule Bouts
Tb bouts acheduWd to take place at tho
local boalni cluba on Chrlitmaa Day promlao
to ba tho beat ananjtd ta 1'blladtlpbU In
At th Olympla, the following card baa bn
Mala bout-BucIt Croui. formtrly of Pitta
burih. netta Kid Wafiwr, o( Ptttaburib.
S.mlwlnd.up Bddl VKttt, of Philadelphia,
Vf. Bddle Wallace.
Third boutMlekey Do(ilK oroaaea tlOYea
with Tommy Buck.
8ond bout Jakty llouuaey wilt oppoa
flrn bout Iw Blet v. Tommy Ijncdon.
Xatlonal A. C.
Mela bom Younr Jack 0Drln maata T4
Firih bout Pal Moor v. FJdle Morjan.
FBurib Mat Jack Wayne boie Tim Loiao,
Tbtid boutLouliUna vi. Willi MaR
HMood bout Eddt Uoran v). mill
Ftrat bout Harry Hmltb t. Jlmmjr ilu
Ouakar Cltv Club:
WiDd-uo Jo Borrell a. Pi
Fourth bout-Paddle BeaJJtr
Tblrd boal Harry Waener va. Bobby Melted.
8(ead bout Tuphbx Rallly va. Jotmoy t'airn.
PUat bout Artbur abort v. Youn Lawry.
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TO SIGN PLAYER
'Mike" Kahoe Says He
Went.Down 82 Miles Into
Bowels of Earth to Get
Wilson, "That's All."
NEW YORK, Dec. 2t. ".Mike" Kahoe,
scout for the Washington and Minne
apolis clubs, went down Into a coal mlno
recently to pet the signature of a catcher
who will cet a trial with the Minneapolis
club. In the American Association, next
"His name Is 'Tom' Wilson," said Ka
hoe. "I was told to so to Hartford,
Ncbraskn, where he lived. When I got
to Hartford I found It a town of about
200. In the outskirts was a coal mine.
Inquiry developed the fact that Wilson
was at work In the mine. I decided to
wait until ho came out In the evening- to
sign him up, but I suddenly changed my
mind following a conservation with one
of the armed guards near the mine.
"There's going' to be trouble around
hero pretty soon. Mister," said the guard.
"The regular miners are liable to come In
on any train, and the troops are on the
way. Klffd-n think there'i going to be
some ahootln' hereabouts."
"That was enough for me," continued
Kahoe. "I just made for the mouth of
that mine shaft nnd demanded to bo
taken down. Tho guards around there
looked me over. I thought sure they
were going to 'frisk' me, hut they didn't,
because I presented cards and lotters that
were convincing proof that I wasn't a
"Well, after going down and down for
about 82 miles the bucket that I was
rldlnir In reached the bottom. I was led
for three or four miles farther and pretty
soon I came upon a gang of men. My
guide pointed out one and said:
" 'That's Wilson.1
"I told Wilson that I had come to sign
htm up for the Minneapolis club, offered
him terms and he said they were satis
factory. Then he signed the contract and
I started for the top of the earth once
more. I got there and I got out of town
Just before the soldiers arrived."
"What did Wilson look HkeT" Kahoe
"Say, I wouldn't know him again If I
saw him on the street or In a mine,"
answered the scout. "All those fellows
looked alike down there. They all were
about as black and sooty as could be.
Maybe the guide gave me the wrong
steer and maybe I signed up the wrong
man. but I took a chance on that rather
than ban,' around that town any longer
than I had to,"
BOUTHWAKK F, O, BH0OX
On of th largeat ahootlng- matchea or th
year will tak place at th 8outhwark Field
noii grounda on Chrtatmaa afternoon. Mora
than GO markamtn bare aent In tbelr entries.
The events Include whit nyr match and
clay target shoot.
MB Junior Entry list
With an entry of ST men, the Jfaw York A.
C exceeda any other organlutton tn number
of nominal lona for the junior chauiplonahlpa
of th A. A U. o ba held at the 13th ltet
ment Armory, Brooklyn, neat TUeaday night.
Th rlh'Amerlin A..C. I neat on the llt
with IS. and though (bo Celtlo Park brigade
ha a leu than liatf tb men that the Winged
Foot will put In tb field, the Irian club la
hopeful of wtnnlnr th point trophy.
Amherst Swimmers to Sleet Penn
JIUHBRST. Mee. Dee. ., The. Amherst
Colleg awimminc team will noia inre dual
meet at Amhert thU winter.
r.hmin in Pnmell March
Th date ii.i
aiaren o, rennayiram
March 13. Ilrowu. Tb college will cuter a
team In the tntcrcolWxUt ewlramlng ham-
plonampa itew imh v --mu v.
"Jack" Johnson Training
th world' bavywliht ebainplaa. U ilvtni
com tTm andjpUaa to (tv a aula of
Xrusdell Wins Bogey Hateh
a nzaoisap or
SljrB to Battle Lsvituky
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wai lb uuw or Teelar.
TAKE A HOLIDAY
Basketball and Other Sport Put
Aside for a Week.
With tho Chrlatmns holiday vacation atartlng
t( morrow, tho barkrtbnll tetma of th Scho
lnatlo Irarue. Including Southern Ilith. Wcat
l'hllndrlnhln lllnh. Central Hlth and Xortlifait
Hlrh. will hanir up thlr coco torn until Janu
ary n, on which day tho race will bo reeumed.
The npentnx samra -v III be plnyed with Snuth
rn llla'i nppoiliiK Weit Philadelphia High,
while Northeaat Ulch-wlll line-up ngalnit tho
Crimson and Gold quintet. Pouthern won tho
tltlo laat aeaeon, but na nnlv one rccular la
tack In the llnc-up, th Itcd and niack will
hao a mlchty tough propoaltlon on Its handr.
Tho llne.upe of the teama will prohablv bo;
Southern High Black and Watmnn. fnnsnrdi;
Uoldenberg, centre; Welnateln and Mcl'hllllmy,
guard. Northern High Sheldon nnd Schonpo,
forward; Wallace, centre? Hcdelt and New
ton, guard. Wfit Philadelphia High Clceland
and Wller, forwards; .McCaakey, centre; Plnk
erton and Alirami, iruarda. Central High
Ward and I Idcberman, f of warda; Tow ler, cen
tre; Duller and Stout, Rtiarda.
YANKEE BALL CLUB
To All Practical Purposes,
New York Americans
Have Been Sold to Rup
pert and Huston Combine.
NKW YOHK, Dec 24. To all practical
Intents and purposes (savo those ot pub
lication) the New York American League
Club has been sold to Colonel Jacob Hup
pert, Jr., anil Captain T. L. Huston.
These new owners, no doubt profiting
by a good lesson In American League
etiquette at Chicago, maintained a most
discreet silence yesterday morning on
their arrival here with John J, McOraw
and Joseph J. Lannln. 'But a very close
friend who had advised them In their
negotiations and who accompanied them
cast stated positively that the official
transfer of stock was only a matter of
"The club has been sold," said he. "Of
course the stock has not as yet been
transferred and will not be till tho pur
chase price Is ready to be tendered, It
takes a great deal of time to complete
the rrmuy angles of a deal of such mag
nitude Tho club no doubt lids assets
and nubilities outstanding. Messrs, Rup
pert and Huston, naturally, will Insist
upon taking the property without Incum
brances. They have agreed to meet Mr,
Farrell's terms and will assume active
charge as soon as the present ownership
Is ready for a business accounting."
Joseph J. Lannln, who came east with
Messrs, Ituppert and Huston, was as non
committal as the now owners, but, pinned
right down to the solemn truth, he ven
tured an opinion that "the deal was as
good as closed." McOraw made like ad
missions. Frank J. Farrell, however, would not
admit any such thing. He issued a rather
heated Interview, fn which he said thqt
the club was on the market to the first'
man that would pay 1500,000. He In.
lituatrd that Colonel Ruppert was not
Inclined to go so high and that conse
quently the possibility of sale In (hat
quarter was as good as dead.
CEDAB BOOIAIi TO HOLD BUN
The Cedar Social Club will hold Its
first five-mile Christmas street marathon
run tomorrow afternoon. Tho race will
start at Ann and Almond streets. Port
Richmond, at 3 p. m. Young McGovern,
Richmond's new champion, will act as
Princeton Hockey Winner
flWK QRK, Do. . Prbwetsifl'a booker
team outuaysJ tho Irlsh-An-.erlean AthVllo
Club to ih. tun of 5 to S U.t night st tb
St. NtcbobU I) Skating Blgk. ' '"
P. J. Powers Dies '
H&w ypK. p, ju-phiiip. j. Po.. ,B
aii-UM basekall player, faifcous la u, day.
died biro ysfrday, aged Ot, 7'
Grossman Beats Xong-
At tb Idtal Wlliard Parlor, last
with an unrtnTsiied run of 11.
Ball Teams at BakersfUJd
r faat Boor
hot from th
M It B1
toy Wast Chrtatma fhy
fiiu4Th Al&ABUfieaM hi yifd4,
HwwkHX. Tb teams irlit i al JtiVHSfi
Owley PJve Wins
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MISS PRIMITY WINS
OPENING EVENT AT
Long Shot Brings Christmas
Money to Her Backers.
Lord Marshall Takes
Money in the Second Race
CHARLESTON, S. C, Dec. 2I.-MIM
Prlmlty furnished a few long-shot play,
crs with Christmas money when she won
the first race hero today -at 15 to 1, Shad
rark landed the placo money and Behest
Lord Marshall, an 8-to-l shot, won tho
second race, with Rulsscan second and
Charles McFerran third.
Flrat race, selling. 0-year-oIda nnd up, 5U
furlongi Jllaa Prlmlty, loa, fool, 10 to t, 0
to 1, .1 to 1, won; Uhadrach. Mi, Dryer, !
to 1, 4 to B, a to i, aocond; llcheat. loi; shUI
Irg. 3 to 1, 2 to 1. cin. third. Time, l:uu.
Uulgar, Ida Lalnla. Jack Nunall. llatna.
Moliant, Jcaale Lou lie. Ethelbeurg II, Bodkin,
fcpohn. Lamb's Tall, Prince Chap, lleartatona
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irlonra Lord Marshall 11'J v.th.n a V ,
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1.1 to 8, en, I to J, second; Charles McFer
ran, 10V, Hanover, 0 to 1, 1! to 1. oven, third.
Tim. 1:30., meaUway. Lelalla-Foni, cile
Jhumplan, illmesls Console, Hetente, Inspector
Lcntraite, Shorty Northcut, Aplaster, Idlovrelts
LarL Dixie. Knntn ? lllvf irin.. ..
dromdea and St. Charlotte also ran.
Fourth race, selling. 3.year-o!ds, 1 mile
Puyberry Candle, ion, Tilly. .1 to I, even. 1
to 2, won; Banjo Jim. 104. Hlnn. IS to 3.
to B, I to 2, second: Balfron, 103. Shilling.
8 to 5. 7 to 10. 7 to 4. third, Tim; l: ii.
Surpaaalnr, lone. Stars and Stripes, Ilolton
Fifth race, selling. 4-year-oW and up. 0
furlonga yellow Eyes, 1M, Ural, een, 2 to B.
, ,." aj won: yorkaWro Boy. 104. Shilling
'l.loii. n. 3 to 8, econd; Master Jim
,., Aiuxitrr., 14 it, (, u io j, a to i third.
Time, 1:2114.3, Blackford, Spellbound. Du
quesne. Belfry and York Lai also rnn.
Sixth race, selling, :i.year-old nnd up. SU
furlongs Lurla, 110, l'ool, u to 5, 7 io lo
1 to 3. won; Vlley, 110. Lilly, .1 to t, a to 5
a to ft. second: Iluda'a Brother los, Troxlcr.
4 to 1. S to B. 4 to S. third. Time. l:oa!
Nadamaa. Lady Lightning, J'alm Leaf. Sure
Otf Mils Jean also ran.
First race, purse $300. S.year-olda and un.
selling. O furlonga-'ilallk, HH: Archery-; lof:
Bonny Boy, 107; T-jl. Oreen. loo; Martin
Casca, 107: MordcctnTiOl): Yello es. 1W:
Perth Itock. 112
l'Ved Levy. Ill
112: ur. uouxr
Dr. Dougherty. 112: Duquesne,
Oahrlo. 114; Amoral, 11);
Second race, pure tnno. 3-year.old and up.
selling. 0 furlongs 'Hatbush, 101; 'Salvor,
lot. Slrlga Brothers, lot; San Joo. 103; No
Manager, 100; Bordello JOoi Nlgadoo. too:
desale Louise, 100; Behest, 103; Ltlsloha. 100:
Ochre Court, loo. Billy Collins, 100; Crlsco!
Ill; Madeline 11.. 1H; Bodkin. 1H; i1am:
Third race, purs 3no. all ages, selllnr.'S
furlongs-A. ti. Akin. DO; 'Black Chief, 00;
Chagan, 105; Undaunted, lfKI. 'HrUr Path.
J07 U Be It, lOSl Ancon. Ill; Chartler, lis:
-Vanda Pltier. Mi "Belamour, IIS. '
Fourth race, Christmas handicap of 11500.
all ages, one mile Col. Tom Oreen. OS;
tllnne Cunis, 103: tKushy Head, lotl: Water
Idy. M3; Judg Wright. IW; Polly Jl'ina,
Working Lad, 113; Csleata, 118; Harry Shaw,
103: Batwa. 10SI A. C.
dnnuartown. 112. 'Big Dil
DUrtovrn, iix. -nig in
112: Chllia, no.
14; yjoi, j. .Mivvw, ,a,
Sixth rac. pur 300. 3-year-olds and up,
.Ulnar, mile and 20 )ards Bsu Per. 04: lfont
rrrL7..j 'u ... f
7- 'llusa Around. 100; Earl of Sao. 1;
Ord Ma, 103,
10.1, Curn.ll IUld. IOjI, Col Holloway, 107;
Mr. Mack. 10S; Cirllon a.. 100; Col. Cook.
mundr. 112: Potelus, US.
Apprentice alloanc claimed. tUedwell
entry. Weather cloudy. Track slow.
Klrst rc. Mlllnjr. all axes, a furlongs-
llnnlA P.. IOI. eAlle TTKma. im A..T.W
107. Banmlnxo. ltO. Dr. Bishop. Ho': llalscj
Ktac. I to:
w wrap. i.v; marl voghin. iw;
Second rac selling all as, S furfeags
v.lfna 101 Black Eiheao. 110.
cimBioo, 1U. Louis Deicoaueis,
'Alrd r. aeJUag. -yr-M and up.
Orlmar l&d. 186; Kalbam. led. tiongasca.
Feurtb race, all aats. v "NaThUd Haafilcaa.''
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value tBoa.. i jBiir-anmumiU, W; Furlong,
4W. ,w"-.. TTT. .
FIMb ff"j. Jft S urlon
tSS.'T-tnri iBt ijiffiTff. -.ni. .K"t....
110: ClskuKH 1W. Kldnilson. no.
KJvtti rA. suUlllg.
Edha .ataauaaad. lot
110. He ff Still 110.
AautJetts sJWwaoc eUUned.
ANOTHER AMaWCTBAJ? 0ASJS
Wlthy 3?9ultry tr Hel4 m Ma.
HSW TfOJUf, Ic W-WHUaaj Wwoa.
WsaUfay MU fawttry 4MMr. wu
a Treated by toteettv today 1b etuaJT.
un wit f. tl nnwu Ml4r Of BM, tb
Third raco. selling. 2-year-oMi, fl fur ongs
rioTrot.102. Tool, oen.'ll to Xti, 1 to 4. won:
illnatrel. int. Shilling. .1 to 8, 7 to JO, i to i
second; Bamboo, loo. Mlly, 10 to 1, t to t.
if to o. third. Tlm. l!l.v IIiib,!. fatH 111..1.
Fifth rac. purs I30O, 3-year-olds and up,
selling, 0 furfonga DIcU Pet, 103; Krank
Hudson. 101. Northerner, lot. Mlaa Bruah.
IOI. tlannook, 107, Perth Hock. 107; 'Iludaa
limth.r 107. 'Miss Barnharber 107. V.nl...
HAS MAM ENTRIES
Seventv-six Runners Will
Participate in Port Rich
mond Event Over Course
in the Northeast Section.
Peventy-slx of the fleetest fooled ath
letes In Philadelphia will tnko part In
the Christmas- Day handicap street run
under the nusplces of tho Port Richmond
ItuslncPB Men's Association, nt 2 .o'clock,
from tho northenst corner of Richmond
street nml Kast Indiana nvcnOe. Tho
idl&taiico of the rnca ls ."'(, miles.
Tho course will bo an follows:
Starting from Richmond nnd Somerset
Btreets, running north on Richmond
street to Allegheny nvenue, west on Al
legheny avenue to Aramlngo street, turn
south on Aramlngo to Clenrflcld street.
east on Clearfield to Richmond street,
south on Richmond to Somerset street
tho starting point Tho runners will covor
tho course three times. ,
Twcnty-ono Individual prizes have been
offered. In addition there will bo two
team prlres, one prlzo to the athtcto mak
ing tho best time over the course, and
one to the first Port Richmond nthleto
Tho entries and handicaps are ns fol
lows: ao AT oo.
l-0cnr Bnlllctt, Allentown T. M. C. A.
2 Arthur Blanche, Junior Club.
OO AT 10.
3 . J. Steady, Liberty Club of Chester.
4 J. L. Jorden. none.
OO AT IS.
5 Chns. Tlrlnckman, Soutlmark C. C.
. . 00 AT 20.
0 John Cade, Boyi' C. of C. C.
OO AT 23.
i William Irwin, Doya' C. of C. C.
. OO AT 30.
"-Herman I.uthe. Tort Blchmond Boys Club.
Paul Wrdxlxkl, Port Illchmoml B. C.
in-Aurust Parker, " ort Illchmoml B. C.
I'-John Bannon, Port Itlchmoml B. C.
13'J-wMoJ.rl. McCaffrey Belief Asroclntlon.
l-l-'nhn P. McDexIrt. McCnffrcy Belief Ass'n.
.;; . nrflriia, icunirrey jceucr Ana'n.
l.V-AiiBustus D. C. Ifclll, McCaffrey Itcllof
IP Thomas Bnker SIcCaffrey Belief Ars'n.
3 J Jon J. Mceney. McCaffrey Belief AsVn.
Jl John Durfev. McCaffrey Bcllr Association.
10 Francis Oaffney, McCaffrey Belief Ass'n.
20 Cha;. Sf. Cnrr, McCaffrey Bollef Ass'n.
ik K' ifllroy. McCaffrey Belief Association.
22-D. Truanskl, White Kagle A. C.
23-K. Klecxlyki. White Eaglo A. C.
2 St. Collins, White Eagle A. C.
23-S. J. Miller, White Kogle A. C.
2-C. Kekula. AVhlte Kagle A. C.
27-r. Sllslech. Whtto Eagl A. C.
2R-Ben. Supllck, Whlto Kagle A. C.
20-F. Kuleexkl. Whlto lUgle A. C.
30-H. Lellieronrkl, While Eaglo A. C.
!fl -Ale, ll-xycheuihl. Uermantown II. C.
.12 John Sfeyers, none.
3.1 Thos. Klniston. tiAni.
Ilergbauer. Aurora A.
3J Horry J. Thlor. Aurora A. A.
3(1 n. A. Rmlth A imm k A
37 Peter Hnstlngs, Southwark C. C.
3 A, Bcesscr, Boya' Club of C. C.
.. OO AT 35.
39 Bernard Mount, Southwnrk C. C,
40- E. ntchter. Boya' Club of C. C.
4t Ilonnrd Bowles. Starquette A. C.
42 John Tracey, Southnark C. Cv
.. , OO AT BO. N
43 James McCnughey. Marquelle A, C.
44 l.ea Scott. Southwsrk C. C.
J Klwar1 Hastings. Southnrark C. C.
40 Bobert Htpplck. Mercur' A. C.
,, . OO AT ON'R WINUTR.
47 C. A. Lounsbury, Brldgcton, N J.
,c . 00 AT 1:03.
48 It. C. Lavery, Slarqictte A. C.
. - .. GO AT 1:1V
" W. Sf. Scott, Boya' Club of C. C.
00 AT l:2T
BO C. W. Harvey, Meadowbrook Club.
OO AT 1 '30
31 William. Schllllnger, Boyi' Club of C. C.
. . OO AT 1:10.
S2-Jamea Tracey, Southwark C. C.
... .a9,Ar 2 MINUTES.
KlW. D.ihl, Boya' Club of C. C.
QO AT 2.10
IM William Olsen. Slercury A. C.
O Chas. IUley, Marquette Club.
OO AT 2:20.
Brt-J. Emmett Ward. St. Monica's C. O.
B7 Albert Heck. Northwest Boys' Club.
OO AT 2:2.1.
58 Chas. Bracuhman, Oermantown B. C.
00 AT 2:30.
BP Ja. Colllnson, Germantown Boys' Club.
OO AT 2X
?lr' , SetaI' I-'rtj- Club of Chester.
(II Kranjt Boners, Marquette Club,
02 Joiepii Harvey, Slarquolte Club.
OO AT 2:10.
63 Fred Bchrarn, Dlaniond Country cub.
. . . CIO AT .1 MINUTES.
61 J. L. Neel. SIsrquette A. C.
OO AT 3 03,
fa Joseph Dlstol, Marquette A, C,
OO AT .1:10.
fA Sam Welts. Slrrcurv A. C.
07 Harry Itablnsn Itzj. Boj a' Club ot C. C.
OO AT 3:15.
CS-n. P. Nash, Marquttta A. C.
GO AT .1:20.
09 John McKernoii, Marquette A. C,
OQ AT 3:23.
70-TMdle Hunting, Slarquett A. C.
GO AT 3S30.
II WIMUm Rlttler. Slercury A. C,
OO AT .133.
72 Frank Zuna. Irtah-Amerlcun A. C. of N. V,
OO AT 3-40.
73 James Bowles. Marquetta A. C.
74-Stanley W. Boot, Mercury A. C.
OO AT 3:13.
75 James Dayler, Slarquette A. C,
OO AT -I MINUTES.
75 Joseph Schwaru, Mercury A. C.
CAMDEN PLAYS AIiTJMNI
Camden High School'a varsity basketball
team will play nt tb Fennsyanla Itallrnad
y. SI. C A. Boor tomorrow at Third and
Sllckl streets, Camden, when It encounters
the Alumni squad.
Th probable line-up follows:
J. Clancy forward.
T. Taylor . .cuntro
0, H. S. TANK MEET
"Jimmy" Btelnbach has ' succec Fowler
la th mans gen-.cnt of th swimming team to
-..--- fl.nlHl ttlset Dtinxl ikl - .
meinuaea . 14 worklm ,nffi
gcatlr on the schedul and h es
gently on tM flMui ana he espeets l K
nounc all of th date shortly gftJr h nrst
nounc an oi
of tb year.
SA8KETBAUJ CIiUB 2TN22
Innlctlng a fine ot 113 upon tM ltiain.
cluk tor lta failure lo Hnl.h fK. 2i.i,i4ln'
"'lM".f. -.w. mihhi, A&a ULLklnir tin
in onic riui to allow Bi to s!aK
ui at either one of It suapeBded! Blav.r. r,
tb nxt gam th ran iblL e.'
era teaguiPbasketball nfinutMik a JST'
hour stsalen last night atpiel&tam'iJS
Hohor Allentown Athletes
AI.LBNTOWN, Pa. D, H -Tha a.ni
Alumni Spin honors
??& XS!5L&. rT3u ctB
Sewtitd 910,000 it Otub
u.nt T7T- .vy.
- . r-.jis.jeijr,
been ararnge.1 with Northwist Tuih vl,t
1'hlls.denhla Hlirh. Law rencovlH. liTk,, " "!
Ktelnhseh t ..t,7T" f.Vi
TO THE BRAVE!
Slugging Outfielder Si
With World's Champioffl
for Two Years
-i i .. - i
cnangea ior vasn ai
Sherwood Mnireo, tho star all-rounj
athlcto of tho Phillies, has been trftdji
to the World's Champions. This Infer;
Hon was send to tho local NatloBa
League headquarters In thq Stock ifib
chniiKO Rulldln today by President1
V. linker, who Is now In Now York?
Mr. Dnkcr stated In his rricssaso th!
Magco had been traded to tho HottSf
uraves for a cash consideration and'fS
two players. Macce, who has he.nMTS
conterenco with President James Qaffri?
of tho Doston club, signed a two-year conS
tract to piny with the "Down-EaiQ
'Whnt players tho riillllcs will recelv?
from the Boston team have not been d
cldcd upon definitely. President BatifS
R(ntr9 thnt lit .will m.hma b.i.,. . im
. .... .. ., ... lltBk ,vll ainnagej
Mornn-nnd nnffMA. in XfAn. & ,. . !
- -. " "w iuru ncT
week and the players will bo chosen ai
that tlmo nnd their names given ouC
tho I'liiiues arc well supplied with out
noiuors, analt is likely that a pltche;
unu nn inncrv will no chosen, althoug
this was notntlmated by Prcsldem
The tradlnir of Sherwood Manee markji?
ot lno "nai atcps In tha complei
reiormation of tho Philadelphia club.
iiuo uccn me iaea, or appears to h
been, for tlmo to Knthor an entirely
.V..IU cvura, ino iirar. tning tht
flnnn It'n. in mi. Tin. r . ..I
-- w j.". ai .uuran at tnt
' " ". inoi ennnge made
Ii(isqi;iin inr I inin a u Js .i
Phillies ngnln, althousli he has not yei
signed to play with any other club, ai
far as any one knows. It Is known thai
Dooin has not signed with nnv !,. ?J
ii. 1 i! uaseoaii, DUt it !, posslbr
...t nc ma- mivc signed with a, Fede
"smi icam. rio nnd Magee hi be.
In Daltlmoro for the limt foiv ,iw, -n, .
they did there Is a nrlvot ,.ii
Magco, however, did not ll"- fh. irf v
of the proposition offered by the "oi V
laws," hence when ho had tho rfc.nr! '
to go to the Boston Braves he accepted)?
Tim ln.a nf nr...A ...m ,.- . .1'
-- --- . ....ihcu mn do ien create 1
than the loss of any other Philadelphia
l.myer. L.am season when Addle Brert
nan, Otto Knnbe. Mlko Donlnn nnd Tor
Seaton Jumped to the Federal LcagugJ
mo icam was uruiiy crippled, but It !
doubtful If any two of those men werei
vaiuaDie to the rjillllcs as Magee.
During tho season of 19H. Macco Dlavi
one of the consistently brilliant games uE
ins long career, Sherwood played In if
games nnei batted at the rate of .311. If
had 171 hits for a total of 277 bases, il
led the National Lencun In thn nnmli
of two bases, completing tho season wlftj
Magee wns born near Plttshunrh
1SS3. He played baseball In several am
towns In Pennsylvania, among whlc.
ncm jiioiiiuwii iinu xuusvuie, jL'rom li
miter place .Magee came directly to i'h!
delphla, where he Immediately made gi
despite his lack of major league oxr
lence. His first game with tho Phlllli
was played In 19W, and since that
he has been ne of the most vaV
men on the club. He has been i
throughout the baseball world as oo
ot Its greatest "clean-up" hitters.
In 1310 Magee led the National League
McCABTY KNOCKED (TOT
NEW YOIIW. TiP fi Pnnf OV.mm'
MU'arty didn't tret verv far un the nuilli
ladder after all. Gunboat Smith knocked out
th Montana cowboy In tha fourth round t
tho Kmr-lre A. C. lait night after McCartr
nui. ihbuc n, reat nnni ogainai ino tnumpn
utinnrr Tha men hnrl fnat inm, ami for il
fourth rpunJ. The Qunner. aa In the prevloui
tuu.'ua, ua bci aim uinipiy ireminr
nn-UAIIt ssrlei ltjnn .T An .Amm .. I si.
aaine carelessness tliat oeented to brocM troutlt
in wiy raruer rounus. waiurtt in aa wldo 01
. tea enirHiica io uemrai I'arK
NEW YEAR'S DAY GAME
, The luiskctMii team represcntlnc Haveri
ford School thla afternoon will iilay Iti
gam ev year's Day afternoon on Its
tloor against the School of l'edagoicy i
. its oris
l-.tf.l,i k ij i-7iV.l --""'. "1
rgsia es-Ass-a fliiiAian
ing ui. brilliantly la th prattlci i, 3
tests thus far YH:"'"0U, ln tlirt orlH c
S. S. A. L. Meets
ine nrin unnuai inMiiinc n .... ..-.
Schools' Athletic League uf the I'lilladelphfl
district was held at the Central llranch V. M
u " "--. 'i""! ieiri were reaq
Picsldent Alfred Meyers, Secretary 11
llurkclew. Treasurer 'li. ' T ni..Ki..i' .
nllilotcs from OS different Sunday schools liaii
t . "J"1011 since me oesinning of IB
..HHW ,.,v V, H.U.
Lobert Wants Too Much Money
6T. LOriS. Mo., Dec 21 - Phl Ball.?
the tit Louis Federals, on hi. , tJr
Chicago yesterday wher he was attsmptll
,i, wi.w. .gull mi-iii.w in in ngni "r lai
Kasemau lions Ijbert, of th I'lilllUs, aJS
iea inai -?""i waniea loo much coney
taklnc the hurdle to tha yd
Tebeu J3uys Park
KANSAS CITY, Dec. SI -Qarg "ebeH
umivr u( tn ivnsa l ity Americac
ton baseball club, lesterdav h. nmrt
sclute owner of Association Parle here
Hackle Claims Wrestling Titian
LINCOLN. Nb., Dec 21 -After J liours j
S mlnuta of wrestling. John Matkle. of B)
ton. defeated Owen Duffy, of Nebrak,S
what was dacfajed tn 'be a maub for t
Great Revival tf
iS ROLLER SKATING3
UNDKH VEIU'BCT CONDITIONS
OHAND OVEN-INO PJT TUB
PALACE RINK DE LUX
x 39th an1 Slarket Sis-
furmirrU PlIum llall KoAlTI
X3US APTKUKOON. DEC 24TH
nmrTsin tv w t A1tmtaaA
IWllulU UAlLiI Kiroins. i
a ii ... nri o -- .
OLYMPIA A. AsVKS
ritlDAY MX5IA8) ArTBRhOOMt
, AOTIOK riOllTTHKl' J,
Tw hlessl vs. Tommy l4ogdoa
l'atkey Hammer 1 lv!t t-Ia
Mlckrr IJuulex vs. Tonoiy nu
Kddle O'Keefc is. Kddle WalUc
iiBCU trousa vs. It Id nato'r
Adiu. Mo. IUL Ites. sac Ar?na Kra U
ui, . Ira
BIO CII8ISTaAS6bow BItCHW
National A. C. .VtSSSB.S
HX BOUTS 3 30 p M SIX W"
KasuLir l-.L.. HmUi PrKet
HiB'liamT SvureaOr--IUuiU-.i.i. Wui
!MffffWY-.l l l li J
tSuitM IMa IiM I' M s.h-tua '
NtMiisirMil AC Nnnnareii
TOSlalV lUIKUIS .. JtlilU ?-B:,it
4 OUmnt Wo.r Uouts 4 oii.v. u
U.UXi Os-Mfihu 4.BVP.U "f
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