OCR Interpretation


Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, November 06, 1918, Night Extra, Image 18

Image and text provided by Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045211/1918-11-06/ed-1/seq-18/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 18

EVENING PUBLIC LEDGERS-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1938
dempsey expects to prove tonight why wilLard remains in west when he is in east
f
IB
it'
V
'.'l
"ft
-
V
.
DEMPSEY HAS CHANCE
TO MAKE
BEFORE
Sensational Heavyweight Fighter and Title Aspirant
Witl Make Debut in This City Against Battling
Lcvinshy at Olympia Tonight
Ily ROUERT W. MAXWELL
"IKirtu IMIt.ir Eienlna- I'uhllr lnluir
TACK DKMl'SnY will ntttmpt to provo before n Philadelphia atidlcrico
tonlglit thnt lie li the Kreiitcst heavyweight In tho world nnd tho logical
person to All the championship Rhoes left vacant by one J. Wlllaril. Jnck
vlll mingle with Battling Lcvinsky for sW rounds or less nt tho Olympia
A. A. In the final net of nn nll-stnr show. Other noted bovers will nppear,
but Dempsey Is the hendllner and tho fans have been clnmorlng for tho
last two months to see lilm In action. They will hae an opportunity to
Bet an eyeful tonight.
A ear ago Dempsey irtually was an unknown. A few straggling
leporta of his prowess trickled In from tho const, but none was taken
seriously. So many hcnvvwclght phenoms had b.cen thrust upon an un
suspecting public that tho dope was discounted. However, after walloping
Gunboat Smith and Carl Morris In four-round bouts and stopping most of
tho truckhorte aspirants In the West, tho boys out here began to tako
notice and compare him with I'ulton. Ilefore a match was made with Tred
ward the Teroclous, Dempsc was pitted against mil Brennan In Milwaukee,
and Bill bit the canvas In six rounds. That forced Fulton to recognize tho
new heavjwelght and a bout was arringed for Danbury, Conn. The au
thorities butted In, howeer, and finally, through the Inllucncc of John
Smith, boxing commissioner of New Jersej, tho fracas was put on In
IlarrUon, X J.
That one bout made Dempsey. He was not given a Chinaman's
chance, but he stepped In and flattened the pugnacious plasterer In eighteen
seconds by the split-second watch. Tulton hasn't hit Dempsey yet and it
took but five wallops to put the big boy on his back.
Dempsey started out like Terry McOovern and rushed Tulton to the
ropes. He landed a left and right to the body and I'ulton attempted to
clinch. Jnck stepped away nnd shot another right to tho midriff and Fred
ward backed away. They squared off and Fulton tried to lend with a pon
derous left, which was easily nvoldefl. Jack ducked under the blow nnd
whipped a left to tho body. Fulton winced, dropped his guard nnd quick
as a flash Jack hurled his right to the chin and the light was over.
A FTflR that Dempsey, through his manager, Jack Kcarns, tried
to get Willard Into the ring to battle for tho chnmulorujifp.
Big Jess, hotccicr, tcjtiscd and said he uould not fight until the uar
cas over. The tltlcholder ran out of a match and the public now
rcgaids Dempsey as the heavyweight champion.
Lcvinsky Suitable Man to Oppose Dempsey
WHEN" Wlllard refused a $35,000 offer from Jimmy Dougherty to box
Dempsey, the Baron of LelpervlIIe looked around for a suitable oppo
nent. Dougherty wanted to show Dempsey In Philadelphia, but did not
care t'o put him against a "set up." Every heavyweight was considered
and Battling Levlnsky selected from the bunch. The Battler Is one of the
shiftiest heavyweights the ring has eer seen, and although he has met
all of the leading heavies with the exception of Wlllard and I'ulton, never
haa taken the long count. He has been able to outpoint his foes and Is
the hardest man In the world to hit. The Battler has every confidence in
himself and expects to outpoint Dempsey tonight.
Beforo the Fulton-Dcmpsey match Dan Morgnn, I.elnsk'a manager,
paid us a lslt and delivered the following oration:
"I'd like to hae Levlnsky meet the winner of the big show, but I
hope It won't be Fulton. The Battler would have a hard time with the
big- plasterer, for he has the best left hand I eer saw on a heayw eight,
and no one can get away from It. Fred will murder Dempsey and he'll
do It with his left hand. As for Dempsey, I would let Levlnsky meet him
every day In tho week rather than 'spar with Tulton once. Levlnsky can
beat Dempsey, but not Tulton." '
This was before the present match was thought of, but It goes to show
that Morgan has a few Ideas legardlng the outcome of the bout tonight.
Dumb Dan has been In the hoxlng game more than twenty vearn nnd Is a
shrewd Judge of fighters He still believes Levlnsky will spring a big sur
prise and outpoint Demps-ey In six rounds.
Jack Brltton also picks Levlnsky, but It must be remembered that tho
former welter champion Is his stable mate nnd works with him dally. He
may have tho proper dope, and again he may not. If Dempsey hits the
Battler something is likely to happen, and it is up to the Battler to keep m
from getting hit.
AT AXY rate, It looks like a real scrap and the spectators iclll get
" their motley's north. A boxer and a fighter aluays put up a
tchl-ltclnd battle, and that's the dope on tonight's fracas.
Coffroth Anxious to Sec Levinsky in Action
T HAVE been In tho boxing game a long time," said Sunny Jim CofTroth
the other night, "and have seen all of the lending boxers with tho
exception of Battling Lcvinsky. For jeara I have wondered how ho could
meet all of the big fellows, giving away as high as fifty nnd sixty pounds
in weight, and still outpoint them. I had an Idea that Jim Corbett was
pretty clever, but Levlnsky must have It on him. I will be nt the ringside
on Wednesday night to see the Battler In action, nnd I know I have a
treat In store for me"
There are others like Coffroth. Levlnsky never has weighed more than
175 pounds, jet has taken on men like Tom McMahon, Al Kublak, Jack
Dillon, Porky Tlynn, Charlej Welnert, Jim Coffey, Tony Ross, Hartley
Madden, Gunboa Smith, Jim rijnn, Tom Cowler, Bill Brennan and Carl
Morris without serious Injury. He outpointed a great majority of them,
which made him one of the best drawing cards In the land.
Levlnsky alwajs does better with a heavier opponent. Tho big fellows
are not so fast and the Battler can Jab and get away before they get set
to land a blow. That hlt-and run stuff is tho secret of tho Battler's success,
and he hopes to make good use of It tonight.
Dempsey, however, is quite clever and may do some of that speedy
stuff himself. Jack Kearns says his man will box Levlnsky a couple of
rounds and then fight until tho Battler takes the count. That Is tho plan
of battle, but Kearns figures Dempsey will be able to hit 'Levlnsky as ho
pleases. If there should be a slip-up and Bat fights according to his form
In other big bouts, the new heavj weight will have a hard tlmo In con
necting with a sleep-producing wallop.
I EVIXSKY is a Philadelphia, bog and started here In 1910, under
the name of Barney Williams.
him and shipped him to Morgan in
Gus Lewis Has Chance to Make Good
THERE Is another Philadelphia boxer who will get his first chance to
t step Into tho limelight against a top notcher tonight. He Is Gussie
a Xewls, one of the best youngsters seen here In jeara Gussie has Improved
wonderfully since Johnny Burns took hold of him, and for a long time ho
lias been clamoring for a match with a recognized opponent. Ah Is alwava
' the case, however, Gussie was not considered by the local promoters, who
would rather feature some out-of-town Btar than develop home talent. Jimmy
Dougherty, however, asked Lewis to select his own opponent, and Dundee
was tho man.
'K-jf "I want sou to watch Lewis clorely tonight," said Burns today, "be-
", cause I feel sure he will give Dundee the fight of his life. For a long tlmo
t vra have been looking for a chance to show what Gussie really could do
ami we will take advantage of this opportunity. Remember the night he
boxed Pete Herman at the benefit show? He gave Pete a good lacing and
after that no one would give him a tumble. Tonight ho will weigh 125
pounds and will be lighter than Dundee. At that, I believe my man
will win." r
' Qussle haa been boxing around Philadelphia for three years and was
developed carefully by his father. He started as a flyweight, then a ban
tHi, a featherweight and now considers himself a lightweight. He Is the
brother of Harry Lewis, who was a top notcher a few years ago,
'" . Hank McGovcm, of Port Richmond, will face a tough foe In Joe Bur
wan, of Chicago. Burman Is working at Hog Island every day and does,
Hi training when he gets a furlough. For tho last five days he has been
4 Lake wood with Dempsey und Is In excellent shape. Burman has de
feated all of tho leading bantams except Pete Herman, and Pete has re
fused to .meet him. His last battle was with poor Joo Tuber, who succumbed
'to the Influenza a short time ago.
McGovern, however, Is no slouch and will give Burman lots of (trouble.
khiuL- has met all of the best bnntams and always made good.
k .There will be another hour to
ttSO.
AKf!fO it all in all, tie "Dougherty Spefal" on paper look llk
0w o the best Indoor cards ever put on in 1'hlladelphla and
tot,? Xi be hard fought.
&
A SHOWING
PHILA. FANS
Xlck Hayes says he discovered
A'cno York.
open the show, which starts promptly
HBMKY VUIU. YoU
Put Tmvt ueep
BosiT im the ice.-
BOX FO( vB ?
&
ICE Box Full
TaWiSS out
roast nd Packs
im all oth6r
STUFF CLflie
T
IP
fifty j
LYKE IS LEADING
JOCKEY OF YEAR
Youthful Rider Registers
170 Wins in 709 Starts
During Season
SANDE TAKES SECOND
I-nwrenc I.vko enjoys the honor of)
h.iAlng ridden more winners than any I
other jockey during the present season,!
with 170 victories to his credit. Lke'
Is one of the jounger j.ct. He showedi
great promlso last teason when he fin
ished well up on the list, and tho repu
tation he then earned cauped a great de
mand for his services, so that ho ob
tained more opportunities to ride the
bert hortes.
I'arly In the season Ijke was em
ployed by CommnndT J K L Ross.
who has one of the largest stables on'
the turf Ljke, however. Is a hare
brained youngster nnd success turned his i
head so that he soon fell Into disgrace!
nnd In August his contract was sold
to the Brighton Mable.
Santle Sensation
In the spring Ljke displayed remark
able form in the saddle and the public
played his mounts regardless of their
form It was during this period that he
rolled up such i list of victories that
he never has been headed Later he went
off form bidly nnd his following melted
away after he had lost on one favorite
after another that should have won with
better handling.
The reil sensation of the ear Is H.
Sinde, who hns renlnced Lyke as the
rider for J K. L rtoss Ramie was an
unnnown ni me neginnlng or the year
He mule pood from the start, bringing
his first mount home In front nnd ho
has been a success ever since. He :
second on the list with 1B1 victories, a
truly remarkable record for a rider who
had no previous experience.
Loftus Su-pcnded
nirardless of the figures. Johnny
Loftus Is far and away the best rider
on tho American turf. Loftus hns nqt
ridden nnvthlng llko tho number nf
horses that the others hnve. but his
nerccntngo Is the best of nil There are
two re-iFons why Loftus has not ben
soen In artlon as frequently ax Inferior
riders Ho Is unable to make n lower
weight than HE pounds so that h" fpI
dom gets tho opportunity to ride In
rheap selling races or on two-year-olds
except In condition races nnd stakes
The following tahli- fhows th Rtsnd
Ing of the better Known riders from the
first of the ear up to last Raturrtnv
Jocke Mtx
f.ske 71)1
Int.
170
111
140
13-'
Ml
7
2
ni
M
4J
42
4J
41
as
II
.11
SI
.1.'
at
:iu
21
21
27
27
27
21
21
21
21
24
24
10
in
IN
l
17
11
It
It
in
in
s
8
2.1
IDA
101
111
nn
71
71
nn
M
44
71
ns
40
41
.17
ZM
20
IX
40
2
21
111
40
IK
10
44
21
24
10
IK
21
21
A
20
10
27
SI
11
4H
21
n
x
in
1
4
3
.lil
101
7
fill
0'
R2
CI
M
nx
an
nn
nn
411
27
3?
IT,
SJ
ni
23
20
'1
40
8il
17
R7
30
Unp.
3 Ml
.112
32
114
ion
.,
Surd" Mil
I' Re!lnon . 70
I.unnford . coil
lnr . . . 401
VValln . . 411,
'iimrnr .... 34
ISO
2711
17
4"S
217
214
I'll
1S1
jni
41
171
TlndrtTiifi!
lit
rhuttlnnrer
V. Cnlllnn .
A Johnson
Mr Wee
Tnpt.n . ..
"Its
2T)
i.no
401
111
am
Of I
271
lit
2 lit
.11(1
14H.
14S
J4I
.124
117
m
.174
;ni
ni
, inn
JIWl
, i7
it j
nn
21)7
111
. ".'17
. 22T
S2D
1W
nn
141
. mi
. .10
Merrier ..
l-nrtua
Rrlckion ..
Hire . . .
rnlrhrother
pnimp . .
Ball ... .
nuxtnn , ,,
Knar-p ..
TMckena
Pool i
I'lliif ...
nrna .
Ilumphrlea
ThllTtier
f lnhn
Domlnlck . .
MrlaKttart .
Amhrnae .,
vtcCrann . .
Kleecer , .
io:
nn
73
in
211
n
S7
24
11
KO
40
12
110
1"1
37
2S
11
20
21
at
27
3S
2S
40
lft
K
10
11
7
104
120
111
ni
no
ins
217
IDS
11
nr,
43
no
41
Mulimin
Moleawortli
Trol" . .
Troiler . ,
heoirn . .
M, Ftowin
Q Preec. .,
I'eak .. . ,
McOraw ..
G. Treec ,
141 Americsn Leapuerj in Service
rhlrnro. Nov. 1 Fltty-fUn pr cnt of
th 2 plsrm unoVr contract or rcn-rvn-ttnn
to the right cluh In the Annrlcnn
I. -ami- aro In tho armv or nnval wrvir-.
sccnrdlnir to (lnir mud pyhllo herr yp.
trdir. Tho totnl number It 141 and mora
than thnw-fourthi of them are In tho
army.
'
Longer Drill for W. anil J.
vVnhintnn, To.. Nnv n Cnarh Hut
rhlnnon yrlfrdsy pd hla WanMnittnn and
Tifferan nlaers out fnr the lonarat prac
tice of tho aeaaftn Triuwh an arrange
ment made with ,ijtennt N. li. WhltaVer.
commandant nf f' lucal R. A. TV a . Ih
I cnarh haa bren abla to lentlhm the prc-
' IIta nrlMl fn A half lifiu- nh .4
...- ,..,... - ...... ....,., .-., r-a
Cl r-S
21 1
l&rV VA
A-
MOVIE OF A MAN AND A ROAST OF BEEF
( Why-y-y )
CeRTAiiJL,Y
V. I VUlLv. J
(AK05 TVtlMGS our tr-
rtP ICC- RO. Tn
haaKG. Room
For.
"DROPS
RoftST
THESE IinAVYWLICHTS TO MEET
Hauling Lcvinsky and Jack Deinp
ic), who clash at the Ulvmpiu to-
night
LIEUT. FRYCKBERG WOUNDED
Police Athlete in Ba-c Hospital
at Angers
IVeutenant Harry TrjckbeiB, liolico
athlete, has been wounded In France, ac
(OidlnB to a letter Icceiveil by Ills
parents. Mr and Mrs I'rank I'rjck-iHrg-,
CM South Conestoga street, lieu
tenant Frickbem was hit In the luico by
a rifle bullet anil la now In u base hos
pital at AnBers, France.
Lieutenant Frjckberu was one of the
best hut tilers and broad Jumiierd In this
cit He lias won many Middle Atlantic
and Catholic track and field champion
ships He compttcd for the VIctn
Catholic Club. Ho was attached to
Company U, 109th Infantry.
VILLANOVA SHIFTS
Coach Reap Makes Changes in
Varsity Line-Up
Mllunuvn, I'a.. Nov. 0 Vlllanova's
first practice of the week was held jes
tcrday. Coach Tom Reap made sev
eral changes In the varsity line-up and
feels that the reconi-truoted eleven
dtould uhow up well against Bucknell
on Saturday
Rocky Kansas antl Drilt Draw
llohton, Nov 0 Kranklo Itrltt of NVw
lledford, nnd Kocky Kansas, of Ituffiln, ta
thp funM n run for their roonry laat nlnht In
twelve faftt nnd furloua rounds It wm an
rlot at the finish thnt the referee could
hardly do otherwlao than call It a draw, a
decision that met v Ith tioputnr faor
Jaik Dempsey May Enlut
rlilenrn. Nov. II The v.ord from (treat
JjKUrr, the liU nival trainlmr atntlon nf the
weai ih inn permiHAinon nPI1 neen rerened
to enllut Jnck Dempaey Arro-dlntr to the
word here, the l.lir fellow In tlrlnu of life In
the eaa'ern ahlphulldlne lilont und li antluua
to become a real cob.
ROAST L Pi
Wi. K&i& 0&
SCRAPS ABOUT SCRAPPERS
EDDIK O'KEEFE, veteran local
featherw eight, who la handled by
Jack Welnsteln, will try to mnkc a
comeback this season. O Ktefe has
promised his manager thnt ho will do
some hard training nnd will bo rendy to
meet all of the leading featherweights
In the country.
"Eddie means business," said Man
ager Welnsteln eterda "He. has n
surprise coming to the fans, nnd he will
fat only make good against the oppo
nents that are plc'eeil for him. but he
will try to regain his lost prestige by
getting matches with all of the leading
men in his class
O'Keefe's last fight was will. Freddy
Reese, of New York. They mtt In a six.
round bout nt Newark, N. J., on the
night of September 23. The veteran
was defeated by the New Yorker be
cause Eddie refused to train for the
fight. The bout was the semifinal to the
Benny Leonard-Ted (Kid) Lewis tilt.
Jack llonlon, tht farmer tnatthmnktr of
tho oivtnnia A. A,, haa received onra fmm
Ualtimor and lloaton to, da the matchmaking
Ivr IB SIUIW Ul uvmv vuive, vacK la
nJMM' ' any- Particular )
TaTaTa I VUcb im me J
' . N y NO-ANT
Purs wi
Roast
, if
es UX3.M
.11 -L-f.
,"22Lr-
puts roast
On ToP of
IC6 -Bo"
Many Football Games
Arranged for Drive
to Raise $170,500,000
The X nitul War Woik Committee
on football has arranged a tong list
of inoic? to be played for the cheer
up fund The tuo local attractions
will be Urotcn v League Island at
Franklin Field on November 1G and
Venn s. Swarthmoie on November
2 J. Ihe schedule follows:
Noemhrr 0 Vrwnort mnl Ileum r
in, llunurri Iltirilo school, nt .Newport:
Mount st. Mnr' h. (ett1iinr, nt
rmmtNtn r. Mil i M t mister .
hlrkillli nnrnl, at 1-ultnn, Mo,: Maine
th, KNktille .Nmnl Hexer.r nt Ornnnt
IVnn .st ite n, Itiitgerrt, nt Htite Ctflleve,
st IjouIi CnWerMty yt hewn nee, nt ht.
I ouN,
ormber 15 Inron rnllpRe ,
Iahii Nlrnn, nt Mount Vleiiunt. It.
Nopmber 1ft -llronn n IiiKue Inlnnil,
nt FrunUIn ITelil: Newport .n.il s tut Inn
ynt re'linm ltn Nn.nl Htiitlott, nt n1
llnnlt lowrt htti Teiirhrr n,( rnnrth
Depot Itrlcnde nt Cetltir IVIN. In.i Dlrk
Inxon ( ollrce h, 1'nlfnl StnteM (Jeneri'l
llnHpltul o 3, rt ( nrllfclr. ln.i (inl
InuIt rnM MIMt "" ( ollpp, it Urn
ter, Tu. I IlnfTttlo im. Ilnlmrt, it ItuflTnlof
Htirtnril It-ilio School h. Camp Ieieni,
nt f nnibrldire.
NnpM'iT 2t llelolt Cnrmll, nt
Uelolt. Win.
Nnnmlrrr 2 IVnn n Hwnrtiitnnre.
nt FennUHn I'lehli Hnnnnl Itndlo splo
t Princeton 1ntlon hrhool, nt l'olo
'.roMP Nt t',tfi'nl (lrrnn nt Sun
I rane'twai IMtlhHPh is, fieflnrln TppIi.
nt rittilnirKliI llMffnlo b Cornell Abla
tion School, nt HulTnlnt fanro . Con
ronlln nt Fnrro. N. I.t Hrnrinif t
It"' ert nt "ipf"1 (feninthe
Norinlier ?R Cnllfornla n, .Stniiford,
nt llrrkele, Cnl.
MID VALE AND
AIRCRAFT WANT
LEAGUE TEAMS
Both Plants Hae Applied for
Berths in American Basket-
hall League
The American Basketball League will
select the eighth club to complete its
circuit for the season at a meeting
called for tho St. Columba Club to
morrow evening. Two strong fives are
In view. Crao Is tho Naval Aircraft out
fit at League Island, nnd which Is being
coached by Artie Klefaber, nnd the other
Is Mldvalo Steel. The latter li being
managed by one of tho Cavanaugh trio.
1'rlcr to the meeting of the league,
there will bo held n conference of the
managers directly Interested In basket
ball's part In the "week of Bport." night
clubs have been drawn In tho Untatlve
ny-oul of gtmes. which calls for two
to be played at Musical Fund Hall. In
this city, nnd two In Camden Armory.
Hobby Wlnfklll, manager of the Rook
wood live. Is ready to put his team on
tho (lcor nt any time nnd any place.
CHANGES AT LEHIGH
Coach Kcatly to Play Dovvil in
Backflcld
Iletlileliem. IM.,, Nov. 0 With assur
ance that the nuarant'ne will be lifted
and the gnmo with Muhlenberg next Sat.
urday a certainty. Conch Kcady began
to drive his Lehigh snuud harder jester-
day thin for the pas: two wecki. One
Important change for tho game In likely
to take place and that Is at quarter
back Charlie Swain Dies of Influenza
Oakland, t'nl., Nov, (1 Charlie Swain
haeebnll plaver. died yeatenltv of Influenza
iintii pin.; Timlin runie Mono1. Hunln'a record
nf thirty-four home rum was the aeaaon'a
reeor.l 9 piaeu n.iu mo t, t'ti
Americana nnd with Smramento and Van
couver on tho coait.
rolualv thinking of acceptlnff the otter of
MOf-Kini; in iicnniown.
JnrL ItHlfnn nn,1 Mnlillcr Hartfleld are cet.
time In ahapB for th scheduled aix-rounil
acran which la to be held In the. Una I boot
at the tMjmplu A A., Jlonuay nwni. iiaicn.
maker Oeorve Knsla haa arransed.an ex
e lent preliminary projr"m.
ji'linnj- llurna haa arrnnzed on all alar
program fur the weekly ahow to I held nt
the. Cambria A C on Friday nlKht. Jnhnn
.NVlaon nnd Ilrk Htnah will lie the 4.rlnclil
In the flnaljout. Jack Ilrady und Martin
Duffy will ppiar In the semifinal.
lonna- Ilobhlenii nnd Whltey FltnP-rald
are tralnlm for their comlnu alx-round tilt
which Is In be ataeed In one of the boute
nt the National A, A. next Saturday ntsht
Thla will mark the fourth meeting- between
the pair. Irian I'atay Cllne and Itncky Kan
sas will be seen In action In the final aetto.
Joe Leonard and Krankla Conway will croaa
arms In lha aemlwlnd-uj.
rrank Donoto. manager of nsttllnrMack.
the Camden bantam, thinks hla P't ha
the maklnsa of oc "'",!':, J?,.n?i?df
pecta Mack to tx bat.Ul alt etuib l4Jw
US.lW-pttHiHKfa: aav t ,
Mm
S V. If
MW"
jL &L J
WCNOCRS McijJ nn
tS GQtMG lb C
rtrv in ,
R4T of
TRUCK
GOLFERS TO HOLD
Professionals to Stage Opea
Play at Shore Monday to
Avl War Work Fund
STRONG FIELD ASSURED
The piofesslonal golfers of the south
eistern and louthern sections of the iij
lonal orginlzatlon will do their pirt to
nld tho J157.500.0UO campaign of the
United War Work Council by holding
in open tournament over the course of
he Atlantic City Country Club, at
N'oithfield, on Monday, November 11
The Influenza epidemic and tho fact
that many of the courses around this
city, Diltlmore, Wilmington and Wash
ington arc being put In rhrpe to stand
ho wintry weather not so very far off
now, mado It a illllicult proposition to
irrango buch nn event in tho districts
named
When tVd of the dilemma the "pros"
found the solves In, tho governors of
the seashore club stepped Into the breach
and proffered the loan of their links
Haines Llpplncott and Henry MeSwec
ney will be In charge of tl.e tourn iment,
and there will be yftcd Cross and spe
cial medals for the winner, runner-up
and best single round tcore. Thlrtv
sW holes will bo played unlesi presmt
plans arts changed at tho Inst moment.
An entrance fee of $5 will be collect
ed from each p.irtlclp mt, nnd In addi
tion thero will he several sldo "stunts"
for raising more money for the fund.
A strong fkld already Is assured
through tho efforts of the Professional
Golfers' Association. Hisldcs a big del
egation of New York stars, l'reddy Mc-
I.rou. the Columbia crack, will jourmy
up from Washington; Oturge Low, of
li.iltusrol, will also be on hand, as will
likewise the only till Nlcholls, Wilfred
Held, of Wilmington, and the veteran
Aleo Smith, ,
All munbers of the 1'ruftbslonal Golf
ers Association of America aru eligi
ble to play In this event, no matter what
district they hail from. Entries, w.th
fie enclosed, should be sent as promptly
us possible to ,1 Haines Llpplniult,
Chnlfont Hotel, Atlantic City, N J., or
care the Countiy Club, of Atlantic .Cltj,
s'orthiltld, N J
INGRAM READY
Navy Captain Hecovcrs and Will
btart Saturday
Aiinupol'H, Md Nov. C A busy after
noon of nraetleo uns snent yesterday
by the Navul Academy football squad.
Captain lugiani has so fully regained
his strength that he Is able to take u
full part la the- practice, and will start
against the Updating Base team next
Saturday. The rest of the backfleld wat
mado up of Koberts nnd Butler, vet
erans of two seasons, and Urr, a new
man.
Harvard Shy of Plajers
Cainlirlriire, Minn., Nov. (1 The Harvard
service football teiim. which continued work
ytaterday fur.lts opening gnnte with Tufta
Saturday. Kot Home hard irnctice. ulthouxn
Coach Uonovun Is atttl unuble to aahcmble
ull hla nrat clcyin.
Urtinus anil St, Joe 1'lay Salunlaj
CoUccrt Iltr. !.. Nov. (I Urelnua S. A.
T, V haa nrrsnired a irnme lth the at
Toxeph Colleee tenm. of Philadelphia, for
hla haturdv Tlie name will ba'plajed on
the local urldlron.
Cliiragn antl Michigan Resume
t Ittcxao, Nnv 1 Athletic illrectora of
th" Unhcrlt!ca of Mlchtann nnd Chlraso
have ixtcndcd r apeclul Invitation to mem
hera of the ltiui footbnli tenma of tho two
Inatltutlona to wltneaa the irume here next
Hiturday. The occaa.on will be the renewal
Itlwien the tinlvcraltlea of football relations.,
which were broken ott thirteen yeara ago,
SUITS?J.80
111 IllCFIl FROVt 130, JS3 and XtD
PETER MG1UN & CO VllSS"
S. E. Cor. 9th & Arch St..
Open I rlday un.l pjtuntiy ev nlnca unti
It's
on
OiiIeM nt thr OSmnlu A. A.
Jjf-k lnipi, nlitln rlinmploii,
Urklf- lntt1ni( Ivlimkr. klnx nf
ttovrm, Johnny lluiitlee th. (lunule
IwU ami llurmun MrGoTrn
rtintl out rnr niKiil'n port
TtUrim, II to . nt Kdwurd,
Sur
hpaidiiiTH" or iiimDHi or oi rnn.
Hr th nrtfUft honirrwrUht
inrr jfirrif. .
-p
Jpi.
iflKss-r.
f IT CAN'T BE
I Done
FOLWELL'S
CHEERS
Quaker Coach, Recovering
From Pneumonia, Will
Continue Visits JVhilc
,Hollcnback Does Active
Tutoring V
TO REMODEL LINE-UP
Uv EDWIN J. POLLOCK
ROnnilT C. FOLWKLL, renn's ofP..
clnl head conch, who has been con
fined to his bed with Influenza nnd
pncunion'a, appeared on Franklin Field
yesterday afternoon for the first tlmo In
more than a month, nnd It was an In
spiring slgjjt for the plajers to see their
old conch with a familiar background.
lllg Hob Is not tho phjslcal g'ant of
yesterday, for his sickness has taken
from him tho usual snap and show of
power: hut, nevertheless, ho Is looking
ndtnlrnhlv well for n man who has gone
through the spell of lllnos thnt has been
his lot. nob will continue to pay visits
to Franklin rield ns long as the weather
permits, but Kill Hollenbnck will re
main ns active head coach.
New Team for Lofajclte
It will be a remodeled Tcnn eleven
thnt will fnce I.nfnvettc on Saturday,
provided no cancellation trden nre Is
sued from Harrlsburg. The Quaker ma
chine will undergo renovations this week
and tho team tint will oppoe the Ma
roon in tho annual clah probably will
bo picked by Coach Hollenback tomor
row. The big Penn tutor hns nbout made
up Ills mind as to the combination he
will start against the Htstcnlans, but
he wants to test tho ability of hlq new
team In a sctlmmage game today before
he announces his line-up There will
bo changes In the line as yiell as the
lioot.'flolrl '
Hollenback has decided to give Craw
ford a chance nt center nnd move Frank
to guard Frank's pissing was a b!t
eff color In the Suarthmore game, and
It Is believed thnt he will 1111 In better
nt i-uiru Prank Is a willing and earn
est outh nnd puts everything he has
Into the plajs. but knows little about
the game,
I'rank Moved to Guard - ,
In the carfy part of tho season Hollen
back was very much pleased with Frank
ns .1 snapper-back. He played well on
tho attack and equally as well on the
defense. However, ho never h.is been
able to get over the habit of pissing the
ball too low, although he has been mak
ing perfect tosses In practices The
nervousness usually nccompamlng n
1 novice probably Is responsible fcr his
lauu, jie snouio snow wen at guard.
There Is some talk nt Franklin Klnlil
about moving Fred Peters, the hlg end.
10 a naiioncK post fetors Is ramlll ir
with the wavs of the offensive quartet.
He nlaved fullback with the Dickinson
High .School, of Jersey City Peters hus
been doing such good work at end. how
ever, that It Is scnrcely nkolv that he
will be switched especially in lew of the
scarcity 01 w logmen.
Still Looking for Punter
The bnchfleld will have George
(Shortv) Smith at the helm nnd DaVinv
Mc.N'lehol nt fullback Tho halves prob
nbly will bo llosneau tnd Braun Hose
nau did the punting gainst Swarthmore
nnd was outMtked with every exrhange,
but most of tho time he was Looting
ngalnst a strong wind He nnd Uraun
nre the best punters Hollenback has nnd
neither of them is exceptional Hnrvey
a'lso will be given a chance
In theso wartimes when football ma
terial Is scarce and Inferior n good
punter Is the weight which balances a
tnlr team toward bUcceFs A fair team
without a good punter Is apt to be con
sidered a poor team by the time the se.i
son ends All efforts will be bent to
ward developing a good punter at Frank
lln Field
rlitiToi'l.W's
The Stanley Booking Corporation
THU following theatres obtain their pictures through the STANLEY Booking
Corporation, which Is a guarantee of early showing of the finest produc
tions. All pictures reviewed before exhibition sk for the theatre In your
locality obtaining pictures through tho STANLEY Booking Corporation.
AlL.U.n l-lii, Mutrm t 1'assyu.iK Ave.
runamura Mat. uuiiyut-i, utgs.itus&u.
Al.HAMtlllA
I"OH THK FKnUKUl Ul THIS WOULD"
A DAI I f B2D AND THOMPfOV STS.
WULLU MAT1MJK DAILY
noma Ki-.no.n m
Tin: sinner of smks STAns"
A Rf AHI A CHESTNUT Uelow 1UT1I
Ar,ALM iu a. m. ten us p.m.
I'tl.S.SVANn: tai.siadui: in
"VIKS l.Ul'Fl.SaWl.l.l.'rl IltlOTS '
131 I ICiaiDrV, mtOAD STlinUT and
DLUtDlKU HlfhQl'KIIANNA AVK
TIIUVIVH UIM1V H rtlAU t'VMT In
TALI. OF A .NATION '
EMPRESS MA,N bIi'A,Kiv
VVAI.I.ACi: Itl.ll) 111
"l.r T1IA V M.N"
FAIRMOUNT 'Ja't.'.nL'u'IJav
KMII.Y STi;Vi:'Mln
KII.DAItr. OF TUB STOHM"
tAIlI V.TlinATlin nil .vturltet St
r-VlVlII I l A. M. to Midnight.
I'lttTn: liuitNhTri: in
"tub vni.virr hand
CiTLl CT THCATnn lielow Kpruce.
join O 1 . matiniii: DAILY
IIUIN'R CASTLK In
'Tun onti. rrtovi iionnviM"
GREAT NORTHERN ?rrLaTvK&
TOVt MOOItr In
"JtTST KOn TONIOHT"
IPCPIAI COTIl t WALNUT PTS.
IlVll H,rI-li Mnt '-an nua. 71tl
ANN't A. NKtt.SSnV In
in n'nnvtr.NT or1'.
-V-
r rAHITP 18T & LANCASTER AVU.
LLrtUCJA MATINnE DAILY
lIRXHtll RM'tl'Rnvt.'l In
"rnis'or. nr snciKTY"
I mCDTV itnoAD cor.rMfiiA av,
L,llJl-.I 1 I MVTtVEt? DAILY
JOHN MI'IVMniV
"Cy TIfte r-?Ti"r'
llllTI)l,l.'4
T
H E A
OfVNLD AND MANAOED HY MEMIIERS OF
fHE UNITED EXHIBITORS' ASSOCIATION
BELMONT 3JD A,,0VE JJAI1KET
J. WARREN KERRIOAN III
"A I'lllHONEH OK THE PINES"
CEDAR
MX1H & CKUAH AVKN'Ui:
THE
UNIIHLIKVKR"
COLISEUM Mir'"' " 5Slh 00,h
STtTART
"MORAL
1IAIRI) in
SUICIDE"
COLONIAL
cltn & Maplewrood ANea.
" 1.1 and K.I.-. P. II
VV.1I UUMMKI.I, In
IIUIIUS IN A IU'RRY"
FIIRFkfA TII MARKET STS.
CtIL-r. MATINEE DAILY
VIOLA DANA In
, "THE FLOWER OK THE DU81"
FRANKFORD ",a V'"""
MARION DAVIES In
'THE IIURDEN OF PROOF"
JEFFERSON SB ANSSffi?
m
8 if.
n
mm e'
RETURN
PENN TEAM
Walt Roscnau Leaves
for Camp Next Week
Wnllfr lloifnnu, who linn allrrnitled
nt niinrtrrlmf h iinil Imlflnii-k nn Hit I'rnn
fixilhiill 'mm. will Iriur for Cotnn
Xurhnry Tmlor nrxt rrk. TIik little
(Innkrr nllilrto tint In hi nnollrntlon to
K to Hi? nrllllrrr ntliool nmp time nn,
nnd Mtrn lie rxnrttn to rrrrUe liU notice
li rriinrt for dutr within Iho next fow
tlni, Ilr In n ttrmtmito of the Ontrnl
mull NrhiMil. lirr hi" ntnrrril In football.
Ut li it thlnl-t rur nt'"lrtit nt tMf I nlrrr
iltr nnd line or the Ihrre letter men on
thr pretent foothill nound.
CENTRAL PLAYS
CATHOLIC HIGH
ELEVEN FRIDAY,
Purple and Gold Team Replaces
Northeast on Schedule
This Season
Central High has booked a game for
Friday nfternoon with tho Catholic High
eleven, nccordlng to announcements
mado by Manager Krug, of the Crimson
end Gold team, vesterday. The battle
with tho Purple and Gold combination
will take the place cf the regular sched
uled game with Northeast High.
These two old rivals should attract
n great crowd, Doctor O'Urlen's eleven
Is the favorite on paper In view of tho
fact thnt tho Central athletes-- have had
more time for practice nnd also- hold the
advnntngn In that they have played
more games to dato than Jack Greer's
proteges
It Inn been announced that West
Phlllle and South Phlllle will play their
annual game on Houston Field through
tho courtesy rf tho Central High of
ficials The two Public School Len-cue ,
rivals will be put through their last hard
drill today In preparation for the tltls
clash which will tako place on Friday.
The Ijinsdowne Hlirh School will b
tho first to start basketball this Reason,
In fact, the suburban team already hat
begun the Indoor game.
EASY FOR RUTGERS
Sanford's Team Trims Charley
linckleys Llevcn, 40-0
Nhi llriinantrk, N. J., Nov. 6, Hut-
gers A. S. T. C. easily defeated Brick
ie 's Naval Transport eleven here yes-
tcrcuiv by ti to " mo scarlet Infan
try's line, seasoned by tho hard victories
of previous days this year, ripped great
holes In the sailor's left wing through
which Kull, Gardner and Summerhlll
made long gains. m
The first string backs, Kelley and
Baker, as well as Fiancks. were out be
cause of Injuries The youngster Kull,
nnly filled tne left nair-back position,
vvlille French generated the team with
great skill
Threo touchdowns were scored by
Gardner nnd one each by French, Kull
nnct Hutnmerniii
MARLEY'2 IN
DEVON 214 IN.
ARROW
COLLARS
CLUETTgEABOPr CaiKCTBoy MY.
I'llllKII'I.WH
333 MARKET SA"j&.B h'ffi'a
.MUNl'AULI LOVK In
"TO HIM THAT HATH"
MOnPl J23 bOUTH ST. Orcheatr.
IVIV-'UCL, Contlnuoua 1 to 11.
l.OUISi: HOir In
TOTHhll Vn.Vll CHAHMEP."
OVERBROOK
USD & HAVEIt
1'OItD AVI.
TVIIONB POWRR In
'MODKU.V I.OHF1.EI"
rPAI AiT -'" MAHKKT HTKEET
'I--VC IIIA.M. loll !1B P.M.
DDIIOLAH rAIHH.fNKS In
UK CO.MEH UP HMIMNO"
PRIMPF? 1018 MARKET STnBBT
riU'NvILOO 8 -JO A.M. to U:1IS P.M.
1.II.A Lin; In
"fltUIHB OK 1HB MAKE nELIEVK"
RPP.PMT MARKET ST. Below 1TTK
rxl-VatiN 1 li A. U. to 12 P. M
EMILY HTKVKV8 In
"Kit.D.vni: op thi: storm"
RIAI TO OnRMANTOWN AVENUE
i-M-. i y-f AT TUI.PEHOCKEN S'
ST.
JOHN IIXRRYMORR In
ON THE QUIET"
RIf-JT I 62D AND SANSOM STB.
IvIVULI MATINEE DAILY
WILLIAM t. HART In
"HELL HOUND Of ALASKA"
PI IR.V MARKET ST. I1ELOW 7TH.
IXJiJ 10 A. M. to 11(15 P. M.
CORINNE GRIFFITH In
"A (1IHL OV TODAY"
QAnV IS" MAltkUT STREET
J- J I 8 A. M TO MIDNIOHT
KARLK WILLIAMS In
"A DIPLOMATIC MISSIO.N"
CTAMI PV MARKET AI30VE 10TH
O 1 -MIL.Lli I ji .li a. M to U:I3 P. U.
vvtr.t, Ronvita in
"LAtTOIILNO nil.L HYDR"
XIPTORI A MARKET ST. AH. BTII
V Iv I t-II- n m. to ti:ia r. U.
VtCTOIlTV
i T"TV4TTe priT"
l'IIOTt)l'IS
T R E S
II 1MRO FRONT "T. & OlitARD AVE. ,
JUiVlUVJ Juml)JunctlononFrankfordTJ"
IIESSIE IIARRIRCAI.E
"PATRIOTISM"
I fin KT 02DND LOCUST STItEETS
L.UV.UOI MHt, lino 3:3(1. Elca.UlSOtoll
MARY PICKFORD In
"JOIfANNA ENLISTS"
NIXON
S2D Bo'ow MARKET ST
HUB, 7 and ,
WM DESMOND In
THE PRETENDER"
PARkT rf'DCE AVE. k DAUPHIN 8T.
r-r.rw Mat. 2;t3. Evg. 0:3 to 11,
IIRYANT VVASIIIIURN In
"TILL I COME HACK TO YOU;
WEST ALLEGHENY ;!&
Allejheny
(JAIL KANE In
"LOVB'S LAW"
STRAND tn' AV" at vnan0'S.ot'J.red
I'RBD STOKB In
fHK IWaT1
tS
(""
a -
nr
SSS
I
KV 4

xml | txt