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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA 'SXTU.RD AY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913
IPAW ST.4T5 REINSTATED AND REWARDED WITH PLACE ON PENN'S 1919 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
VENN AGAIN PLACES I
PENN STATE ELEVEN '
ON FOOTBALL ROSTER
Pittsburgh, Swarthmore and Cornell Also Will lie
Played on Franklin Field tXext Fall Strenuous '
Early'Season Games Arranged !
H HOtlKRT 'W. MAXWELL I
Vperta Kdltor Kvenlna Public l.edler
WITH Penn Slate. Dartmouth, Pittsburgh nnd Cornell on tin- I9ID
schedule, the fnlvcrslty of Penns.vlvnnt.t football team will indulge In
some interesting games next fall. That lnngdelacd schedule1 was nn
rtpunced last nlsht b Acting Ornduate Manager llushnell, and It was well
worth jivaltlng for llushnell has been working hard since the close of last
season and It took time to arrange n real Hit of battles to .satlsfj the
public. Now that It Is all oxer we must hand hlin the customary boost foe
getting bv In such a capable manner
The grnndoldnpe was scrambled conslriernhlv when It wax nolid that
Tenn Stale and Pitt were on the. card. Those two names will be won
derful sate attractions and should be an annual featuie State was dropped
after the 1516 affair where members of both teams put on the rough stuff
and staged a high-browed battle roval. There was considerable 111 feeling
in that panic because of the tiuestlonllig of Vein's ellglbllltv bj State Now
that the hatchet has been burled and diplomatic iclutlons resumed. let us
hepe that there will be no trouble In the future
As for Pittsburgh, that team has bten stilving foi teroRiiltlon for the
last ten jcars, and finally was given a chance to play the larger teams
Penn accepted .1 date and athletic te.atlons luxe been cordial ever since
There was tome talk this xcar about dtopplng the Panthers, but it proved
to be Just talk. Pitt observes all of the eligibility rules, even adopting the
clause which prohibits frccltmen from participating In varsity iporls. The
team coached bj Warner lrtually won the championship for three vcarj
and is too good an attraction to be dropped. Penn made no mistake hi
Scheduling Pitt for November IS.
Every game bur one will be pla.ved on franklin Ticid. The Dartmouth
contest on November S is scheduled foi New- York Cornell will be the
attraction on Thanksgiving Da The games ii October also are o,uiie
strenuous, so it will be up to Penn to be on its toes frjni the start. 'It ia
mighty tough schedule, and It will be noted that none of the "Hig Three
U among those present
EVEltYTUlXC: now l.t ready lot the football season, and itirn
, Cnplnin Itcrt BWI nnrl the other stars trtinn from I'rntirr, l'cttn
should hate a oood leant, nob folutll uill eoach the ctcicn if he
cares to accept 11 confrnel
"Big Three" Noiv Isolated by Other Colleges
FT NOW looks as if the other colleges
Xhree" are on the level In their
There Is no antagonism In the move, Just n declaration of independence
which has been on the wa.v for a long time The colleges learned to handle
their own affairs during the war und discovered. much to their surprise.
that football still could be plaveel without the presence of Yale. Harvard
and Princeton The teams are Just as good and Just as many spectators
pass through the gates. Penn. Pitt, Dartmouth. Cornell and the others
-have thousands of students from which to draw, the interest In the eleven
is 'Just as great and it is not necessary to bow to a supreme triumvirate.
To get dowh to hard facts, here is the probable outcome of the latest
move. The colleges will arrange their own games in the future anil not
annoy Yale, Princeton or Harvard. Remember, those universities will have
a perfect right to select their own opponents and are capable of handling
their own business. If they desire to play among themselves, all well and
good. They are big enough to do it and the games will be Just as popular
as In the past.
But the outsiders can Isolate themselves in the same manner In the
past it was the custom to write for games with the big tlnee and wait for
the customary answer nothing doing. It was Jutt as hard to bieak into
liej fcelect circ'.e as Into the United
those letters were exchanged. Whenever 11 date was accepted the outside
college was given to understand that a favor had been conferred upon It
and there should be no rough plajing. That was the case with Cornell,
.Dartmouth. Penn. Colgate and Hrown. I anj of the "practice" elevens
grew loo strong the) were diopped
What will happen is this: No more games will be solicited and all
overtures In the future must come from the select tluee. It will be Just
as easy to determine which is tle best team of the jear and the cosed
corporation can tight it out among themselves.
i,Vl'ir.H', there flic n dozen calicoes nun Ma enough to lahc taic
0 thrmseh cs, anil this can be done without a t evolution in foot-
3 ball circles. is wis said before, thcie Is no nnlaaontstic .1 pit It in
the new mote to frrm a "Hip flic" or n "fllo Ten." It just ihous
how times hate chniiyed in the tail ten years
Connie Mach Sprinkles a Little Sunshine
CONNIE MACK has cast aside the mantle of gloom and now is one of our
best-known little ras of sunshine. He has become a confirmed optimist.
vand even admitted it at the ningham jesterday morning when he delivcud
a short address at the George Young dinner. Connie see nothing but a
'brilliant future In baseball and doesn't care who knows It. In a few short
sentences he unloaded a parcel of dope unci tod something about the ad
ventures of the Athletics since winning the pennant in 13H.
"During tne ute 01 tne recierai j-eague. ne s.uo, -ine piajers were
disgruntled and dissatisfied, they paid more attention to inflated salaries
than plajing baseball, and I was forced to break up my team to save
baseball In Philadelphia I sold pavers then and continued to sell, but in
every Instance I had a good reason I have been struggling along for
four 3 ears trying to build up another team, and now bolievr I am on the
''For the present there will be no more sales. Perhaps f Nvlll make
aotne trades, but only when I am convinced that my ball club will benefit
Iram going to give the Philadelphia fans the best I have, for Ihey have
stuck" by me in a loyal manner. But ou can bet there will be no selling
of star players, because as soon as the oungsters develop the) will stay
right HERB, if a man Is dissatisfied and wants to go some place else, I
"shall try to trade him."
s-i'ff fijl' tn tht. fltiivh nf
') the a. m. There icere other
A, Itnbbu Heath. Jlmmil Connor.
' Slkcs, Otto Knabe, Xcagle Iiaxillngs, Jimmy f'onnoi. Jos Kauf
f man, Joe Cunningham, Ucx Urooke, Jimmy Connor and Jimmy
Benny Mc!eill Boxing Well in France
BENNY McNEILL. the Canadian featherweight, who did some good work
here two ears ago, has been located. He Is In Prance, boxing every
dy. according to a letter received today from Corporal N. Cronenberg,
stationed in Cornay, France. The corporal, who is better known as Kid
"1 Texas, of the Twentieth Ward, writes as follows;
f "I hope you'jvlll excuse me for writing ou these few lines, but I
" ithought you would be interested to know that Benny McNeill is takinir
kt' good care of himself and boxing faster
'States. He has put on weight nnd
featherweights when he gets back.
wboys in our unit, and he still shows he
.1 y "Because he was stationed In the
aim to get transportation to Paris,
F Wuts there. How'ever, Benny wants
lt' Philadelphia, and says he will be
ountry when he resumes boxing."
Per, HEtiMA.V, bantamueight champion, spilled the beans when
he departed, for his home in Xew Orleans Wednesday, All of
hit matches hae been calted off, which means he will be in bad with
the promoters and it will be difficult to yet matches in the future.
It is said that Pete Intends to sign up with another manager.
v( CentraFs Defeat Evens Up Scholastic Race
THAT defeat which South Philadelphia Hlgfl Hchool handed tu the Central
Hleh five jesterday in the downtown gym brought the Crimson and
gpld passers back to the lest of the field, and the fight for the pennant
.- I-.- ... WA .. ..l HV.ft n V.& HH(.k ..l.l- n . .
va pruwiBw iu vw n mi iiftin m
ila, Southern and Northeast all
L Central High retains Its lead by
Kern, inw advantage, nonevr, is so enan mat next Saturday may
a Mir toader. This Friday afternoon Central p'ays Northeast at Nice-
WM. UMWJWnr unriw. w.nafinwii. neilevres kva.hu' tu.
meaning those outside of tile "Big
efforts to go along on their own hook.
States Triasurv ; but jc.ir after jear
thn iHttnfF n hti'lt lni4 .. ..II .....
speakers, including llnrry Jordan,
Iiou Hceies. Jimmu Connor, mil
now than when he was back In the
sajs he will make It Interesting tor th
He has boxed many times with the
Is the Benny of old.
Argonne Woods it was very hard for
where he could show his skill In tin.
to be remembered to all of his friends
one of the best featherweights in the
mo union iui cenirai. West Phila
having a chance to grab the Dutch
half a game over West, Phllly and
wnlTtTnwr -. n wi"r'
iftt v r.f that 3m I Y ,t" - J V K I '
-- , v MtLK hol. ta.. a s - " ' I VoO &Cfj I
RM" " " hJCT OUT V.r.jT- tS I DRINK I f'S (tn GOT ft hWfVl. r T
FISCHER WINS IN
Eliminates Harper in Tour-
I ney on Wanamaker Roof.
.MARCH DEFEATS BEARD
j Carl Visiter, of Cynvvd came
through triumphant In the first round
I of the Junior Middle States covered
court tennis tourney which ojicned on
the roof of the John Wanamaker Store
th s morn ng In his first round match
Fipcher eliminated lleaillry Harper, of
Episcopal in straight sets, fi-5. C-3
Prsplte the threatening weather and
cool breeze which blew acro's the court",
the tennis was high-clas" A capacity
.crowd was In attendance when the
'afternoon matches were under w,i
Vincent Richards the phenoim nlal
vouth from New York who Is a Joint
holder of tlie natlnnil doubles crown
with William T TllUen. 'Jd. advanced
I liv default. Harold Ta.vlor. another
,elver tlotham cntr.v reached the second
t round at the expense cf Pembroke Mor
ton, of Penn Charter Taylor won with
ease In straight sets.
At the conclusion of the scheduled
matches Richards and Taj inr engaged
1 in ,1 t.ni-sei i-a.iiuiu.imi. iiicii.uui vim-
, tlnutcl the brilliant work he dlspl.ivrd
1 last season by taking the set .J.
Cecil Donaldson, another brilliant New
York Junior, failed to appear, defaulting
to Hon Nichols, of Penn
II It March nf Penn Charter, was
1 In excellent form and disposed of a for
'inrr rival in the person of f. F Heard.
I of ileriniintovvn
Nalhen Ihrnlw-K-r rheUenhiiiii il
festid V .ink Kills. (IcrmenloMh HUh .V.
llinild Talnr Ne. y.irk. .lef ntrd p. in
broke Mnrtnn P-nn Chirter. T..O. 0-1
K It Mereh I'enn rharler. nefeleil
ill r lleinl CjrrlusntovMi Acadi,m la,
, 7..1 n..i
I rlurlc Wilmn 34 Weft rhlladv Iplll t
! I tli.ii dfeitrd Snmuel Clark, Penn Charier
I 0-1 (I.11
I Vlnrent rteh.i-d. New York, won from
I II T C'nrenn Frsnkfnnl Hlsh b" defnult
lion N'fhnls Penn, won from Cecil Hun
I ttlriimn N w York, bj default,
I Mllo VIII. r. Penn Charter 'Wealed Ilar-
nelt I'-ilrclilM, Oermenlown HUh 0-- CO
I A I Cohen Certral Illch defeated A It
I'rnnk.e c i-ntnl fl-1 CO
Vml- slftrF'" l!e-iTltiwi Ill-h. de
I feeled VVIIIIe-n Kraft. Centrnt, 1 (1-0
Cirl Kluher C:nd defeitrd Iteartle
1 llarn- vn M-oral 0-3. (1-3
T-aere I.e (lrne. Nert Ymk defeated
i llirtrim llalch I'enn Charier n-l e'.-4
MATCH OXK SKT
Vlll'enl Itlelivrda New
ll.i ii il I ulcir N. York
Giants Sign Two More Men
New Aork. Hell 1.1. John II Kna'er r
retar of tse Giant, snnounred veaterds
,hat he h-d received the lUned eontrarl-
f Kd Sleklnir. Ih ricrult InfleMer and
Pleher Hnm vlcklnff vie- flth the Cllanln
lll eaon until he enlated Hn was farmed
! ou lo the Newark Club for more exiierlmce
1 Earl Smith a Holdout
New lork. Feb 'J .,:'rl h'n."h . .""
OMn (Inn catcher, chlnln.d bv New Vor
from he Hocheater C'uh for fl p-iera
.nd S'fton hna lelned the rnke of hlj
i.ian- bnldou'a hmlth who n'reirtv in
Hot Snrlnna Ark. bolllnc out for the train
Ine eeseon. ycaterday returned hta contract
i to Mcliraxv
Monday's New Orleant Enlrie.
I Flr-t ri" sv
1 Prank VV
IIS Snndv Mac
11(1 Pone lry
. .1011 'llaety Vlahel
112 Alo eilxltile-
t12 Mlaa FV
tl.' True ae Steel
.HIS 'lluay Alice
ilm iti. cr...-
. Trend .
vtar Tom . .
V.ir . .
i lobelia, .
' inn Juanlia III
si.ier ilariorle. .in,
rhieri rare. . fnrlons.
nohella w .. ,..i" "on on. ms Academy, enter tney are paired to meet
nert vYllllama...ini; sir vv .T0hnon 112( n the very first round. Needless to aay.
HaJtVlt'lchea.. MiS I.-dyHinJir 10J Tlldtn's protege doesn't play much more
Maslkon JJJ glr Dike .ins n J, singles event.
Jf87i5.K,.u .'.'..107 llumma ' 'n? With the beginning of -'mother tennis
Tom Carn V... I" 'Krmliana ,1ns season Tilden and Ueck had hopes of
I'omlns In .. . Ij; Patrlotio Mary. 10J leaving the jlnxs or something behind
It, H Anderaon IS , () thf dua( But nQ ,.,, ,uck f0f
llaVSria "V " T'Kohlnoo.- . . 10 teacher and pupil. l-nt evening w hen
--.. iianMttf 104 fifJua nn.tha tialflntrn fnr Ine senior ninci tt
niytmipn ,... iw Th Cullen Hon, Bi
Clflh race I mile and "o vardi
I Hraaon .....too nimnnrv
Paddy Dear c J; Kddla Trantor
lierlln . , ,'" Nfll W
Harry llrelvosel uimi 'Hajonarra
Ulith rare, 1 l-H mllea-
, i j jay inumtlell
. lit llrown Yeliet .
,.11 Jamea A Sherl
HJl Krnk Shannon
1 LIS mllea-
. 110 Hondo ,, , IOS
111. 'Alhena . X' ins
'" Halnti llrldsa ..loi
I" Ale., riiaioia -0
j"J Mlm Wakely
, v" 'iua nan
llandfult ... .
lirlekiey , ,
' seventh race
llotart . ...
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FOURTH OF JULY AT
F Hi "Wl1
vrLH,M8 1 H rM 1 1
. ML Yoo DoO'T 1
: ,C I look vAifiu- y.
Secretary Samuel Dallas
and Eight Runners Leave
This Afternoon for New
HAVE CHANCE FOR TITLE
CJA.Ml.EL J DALLAS, secretary of the 1
kj Meadow brook Club and president of
the National A A V . will take 11 squad
of eight athletes over to N'evv York this
afternoon to compete In the national
Junior track and field championships lo
be held there this evening.
The Mcvdouluook men are Fred Mot
lej. Fillman. Trout, I'lterv Joe Italney,
"Hewey" O'llrlrn Joe Lieberman nnd
Winilhovel. Warren, the former Penn
runner, also will go on the trip ' He
will npiKsent the Oerm'anlovvn Hovs
Chid in the srvcno-.vard hurdle rate.
In the sixty-.v ard dash the local de
partment More organization will b rep
t est tiled bj Motley, Fillman. Trout,
Filer and Italney. All, with the x
ceptlon of Italney, aleo will start in the
300. ard dash
"Dewey" o Helen the perd king,
whobe sensation tl work in the vveonly
meets nn the Wanamaker reiof track has
been a revelation to track crl'lifc, .vill
compete in tlu r.00 nnd 1000 ird
runs president Dallas fullv txpccls
o Hrlcn lo Ik among the- winners.
Lleberinan Is cnUr.d In tin. tun.
j m0 iun The former Penn runner Is
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mceiil Kirlurds, of New i ori., llic euliolder of tlie national doubles
eliampioiisliip with Bill Tilden, is on the right and Harold Taylor, an
other Gotham sensation, it pn the left. They played today in the Middle
States lourney on the 'WaitamAer roof
TILDEN AND BECK A GAIN
TO MEET IN OPENING ROUND
Tvnnis Ilittory Repeats Itself wt
Drawings for Srnior Singles of
Middle Stules Tourney
TO PLAY ON MObDA V
NCn more local tennis histurv
J repeated Itself! (
It seems that virtually everv tourney
In which Hill Tlden. runner-up to It.
I.lndley Murray for the national singles)
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PUPH. Koaney ifecK. n. e.ermaniowni
f ih Middle State coered rhainiiion
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snip were mane, ump oauui iicck was
drawn an Tllden's opponent In lh8 first
round, a very pleasant meeting for the,
Junior star to look forward to
All told thirty-seven entries have been
received. Including all the jouthful New
Yorkers ana several or ine trading hx-al
vounasters as wen as n.ur a eiozen se
niors or national rrpui.uioii. Topping
the list are the two Japanese wonders,
Ichlya Kumagae. rated as one of (he
most dangerous piayers in America, k
niap who is likely to beat ativ npiwnent
when In form, and Srllchlro Kasklo. also
a very clever player
Among the other topnolchers are Bill
Tilden. who holds the national Indoor
and clay court titles: Howard Voshell,
of New York, a former Indoor cham -
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AJVI piOlli W) uia m3W,
. '?.' ." . riraijfieae iwiiv o3 ene; 'anariutuarL atavri
mzLA Plctit man mtJmT
Cadorv Says Alexander
Will Arrive Home Late
Inplinnk, I.. I., Feb. Ift. nrooknn
faun 1 an epert Mierrod (Cmllh, the
rraek Dinlxer noutbpaw, home on al
most liny tilp now bot tlle muy
hnve to wait until eloe to tile open.
Ine nf Die linoehall aeaunn before
.I'lmtk" VVurel. Ciarenr Mlleliell and
lack MIJu rrneli the rlt.v. Ilonton
rooters soon will have the prjrllece
nf welromlns home Hank Dnvrel, but
('lili-HKii fniin may not see the great
Alexander unlll the pennant rares
tet well under way.
That was I lie opinion entenlaj ex
preeel hr Lieutenant t.enn Caelnre
or the .lAVIh I'nltrd Slatm Infantry,
pride of the Ilrooklyn p'trhlng rnrpa,
who arrived from Frnnee last Wed
nesday, proudlv sporting the Cnilx do
tluerre und oilier decorations for
bravery and dlstlngnlilird srrvlre.
in fine shape. Wlndhovel Is tho local
hope In the high Jump. The medal relay
lum will be selected from Motley. Fill
man, Trout, L'llery, O'Drlen and Lieber
man The first man runs 440, the sec
ond 'J20, the third SS0 and the last one
The Junior championships meet was
not held last teason. Instead the events
were dlstnbutid to various parts of the
countty The Meadowbrook Club should
give u splendid account of itself and
even go to far as to win the title.
Dallas it training his men for the
Mlllrose meet, which will be held Febru
nr.v 26 in New Yoik Following this, tho
national senior A A. 1' championship!
will be staged.
Fairings for Senior
O. .V. filled, (jnwid,
Curl llseher. Cinuia
hralnfr. Uifiortte (ellen
i ...Triii i.irii rn .evi
I. Rowland llellleld.
AV.,'a.llit,U,i ,r """r Teonl. flub.
"s.-H.-i . 1ornliein. rrinkferu lllali,
tallllam T.TIIilen. f.ernnntown Cricket
Club. va. Kodnc, if. nNk, t.crmantoviii
Mxosi) not .mi
Tliania IV. hin'th HHfleld. m tli,.ri..
PHtrer. r"rttrkfe.rd lllxh. ' ' ' '"'"'
H. II. 1li-tl Ne.t eurk ta t ft -borne,
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1'IPn II II ". IIINI4 VwMmmm
A. J,-llattr. Mberaa iVunlry 'J Sr'
erics it. Alexander, former Princeton
star, and former holder of the national
and international doubles chamnfon
i snips., nna Lieutenant IL T Uullbert
U. S. N'.. former Cornell star
Everything depends now on tha
weather man, and If he Is only kind
this unique event will b a. huge success
.No admrsion fee will be charged bui
I those desiring to watch the matches art
1 requested to apply "to tha soortina-nnj.
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NEW SWIM MARK
FOR WEST PHUA.
Breaks Own 800-Yard Rce-
ord in National Seholas-
tic Title Meet
HOLST DISPLAYS SPEED
The West Philadelphia High School
relay team shattered Its own record
for the SOO-y.ird relay, established In
1915, when the quartet of natalorsfrom
across the Schuylkill covered the dis
tance In the Wetghtman Hall swim.
mlnir pool this afternoon. The time
was 2 minutes 35 4-5 second.", lower- '
Ing the former mark by 1 3-D seconds.
The relay was the first event on the
program at the sixteenth annual na
tional interscholastfc swimming chain-I
plonshlps staged under the auspices of
tlie L'nlverslty or I'enns Ivanla. I
Hack In 191S. when WeRt Phlladel-
Villa boasted of such swimmers us Allen
n psimmira us Allen,
iid tir.ene. the boys
ks in the 80u-yard
ixisiter. hiaelicr an
shattered all marks in the 80u-yard
relay. Today one man, (Jretne, re
mained lo help establish new figures for
this distance. He was aided by Cow ell.
He-elite I and Hoist. The latter was ali
Hoist, of West riillid'lphia. -ms the
individual Dlar In addltljn to ewirn-
ming nncho'r on the rec .rd breaking
relay team, he proceeded lo equal tlie
lnierscnoiasllc mark In the GU-yard dash.
His time was 26 1-5 secondr.
Mio-foot May Won by Weet Philadelphia
HUrtl Kchool rtrat team (llre-ene. Cuwell, ll,ch
tel and llnll). time a mln. SV 4-5 sec.! lee-
.,.... . '' "e-iiiiic eiimmonu, e lark,
nn jeniMflei, nine "j mln. sii ".a
arc.; inira. sraemilH Hull, lime 2 mln. 40 ".Ii
?' I?K.r,". Merceraburir, time -..m'n. 4R
ec.: nfth, Montclalr Inatllute, time mln.
"" ,"llh- "'"rd Ciillese, time 2 mm.
I r.O-ard First heat Won by nurrell,
i l!!mu.?. ,"""' "cnil. Talor. Montclalr.
........ ..,, jtwrriiceuic Time, ' l-.i
.inrf"'"1 beat Wen by Cooler. Ijiwrenc.-,
vllle: aecond, llnrrlike St. l.uke'a: third
l'ha I, HI. I.uke'a Time! 2J.ec. i
i.Ti".nl.h'"aW.",ri, '.' "'.nlhner. Hr6okln
ifci'ii' .".rcV?d' 'IV1"- Wt Phlladelph.a:
thlnl, Deeljen. Mnnlclalr. Tl.ne, M S-5
inJ,Hiiri,-h. .h'tT",'.,n b.. KJ"cke. Hamilton
Ivr.Vifi'. : if rtS'.ml- 'Vanklln Kramu: third.
Maurice. Herkle-lrv Ine Tlniv.- Js sec.
KWi : e'l! IV XT1"""' inihner. Ilroklvn
Pi .l;.",lvr'.1'.r,?,M'r.. MdrrlavlUe: fourth.
t'cnl,,i.;"reeSrd!.,"'r ' "n'' -" '-' nd
22(1 airia dash Won by Chaee Ileiklcy,
Irvine; jeeond, Unas. Bramnja. mlru, .-. i.i
inona. leswrrnrevllb. fou-ih Ureen, Weat I
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Scraps About Scrappers
RALPH BIIADY will make his nr&
i .i.i.. -,.-. . . 'i
I, nmiMnnp. In thl.. .li . . i i
XV appearance in tills city as a wind-
up bov when he engages PrnnWI
s-nt.nnl ttltl 1.a n.i.i.M . .. ..: I
(lna? Boston llehtvvelelit In h ...Vii
! o lnl mi, nn'vi. , W'n?-
up at the Ol.vrnpla on Monday night,
Hradyfougllt here- last em , Wht's
Day when he trounced Penny 'Wlialen
In one of the preliminaries.
Sinco Brady has been more than sue-
ressful, his best work helng nifalnst Lew
Tendler. . The .best Tendlerould ge
wao H ounuo in n)ilUW a W eK llgo
last Monday night A victory over
Brlttwlll place Ilrndv near the top.
Kddle Mosond, Doe Culch'a new cbam
pionahlp prnapect. will face Allle N'sck a
new hope, under the inanHKentent of Jack
Weliieleln. These M, clash In the aeml
wlnd.up Th. other bouts present Dave
Ast.y va Willi Spencer Oeorso niarkhurn
vs. Joe Mastera and Young Medway va
Johnny UiSITy. .
Jark CllnVril end George Ward will be th.
finalists at. the Cambria neat Friday nleht.
Yesterday Johnnj llurna Die. Went of the
Cambria, ejlnched this .match. Ward, a
colored middleweight, made suod In all hla
showlncs at th. Cambria and earned a
. Sunday's Havana Entries
Hlhl on f.e threcv cr.olH, ..I.,,...
m.r,e..4inn, furlones; ' '
:;""' .; ion ;v". '.'.' .jl"
-enm "'''-:''" .'lanuario. a i oat
Sentimental inn vmhaaaadnr ltd .
IVIY. i.i! 'nJ Hunnlmdale . ..
Beeond'rac. four-year-olds and up, claim. '
lot ourae. ISIHl, ,V fu-lonas:
naallaoue 11S tlilfpnn eo.
naffney Olrl.,,, inn vm,, Krancls..:;.104
Milestone ......)nt Itanldnrer ins
1 rtha damra lnj Jamea n .ion.
CalUwHV ,1ft2 Pomp . ,..,., ..ton
Seaboard ., I".' Haielnut ., ,.103 1
Tbri rwrV.. 'bs--ear.oIda and up.
Iiermuda Handicap Ton udded, n furlones-
natterty . .. .101 rieek ilm i
Ous Bcheer. ,...I1 Sklles Knob ..,.i;
VAupth rare. IhrM.iMhnU. ..a .. '
claiming, purs. WV. .VH furlonts
flt.bel Trask . an Hetierton loa.
.... ft.... Mil :r.
Hnpa .... . . J"'! JOarrlson .. ,.103
Tho Oradei , inn pearerm star ,. nil
l wepiT'-nfliTn , i.,i i.mia Tvepnew, ins
dent Minora! handicap, IJUOO added l'i
1(11 fmart Money
110 tbJOrtste, ..
I s 1
yuui Cot , ,
(a) Toft .entry
tb) nisi entry
Blith race, four- ear-olds and up. claim.
tha. purao Bnon 1 i.is miles!
Maxim'. Choice. J) Woodthru.t I OS
Mary's neau ...121 Klnadsher tio
I,ytl. ios Iluraboard .114
S.rtnth rac. four-year-old. and -up. claim-
in., sue ieivw e l,1'i an(s " yarosj
Hby Mattr .....Ilm 11 - K a
, , '( n 1 . f aaav M
S mmK " . - 'JRlmjBtJmK AHRflUi
GUS LQWIS CRUSHED
BY MEALY'S RIGHT
Dropped Four Times '
Second Round Before
Taking Count at Cant'
briu Winner Meets Fox
JACKSON AT NATIONAL
y JAMES S. CAnOLAN
ASWKKP of a trusty right arm, a
crashing of glove against nn u-npro-tected
Jaw, the resultant fall of a con
ditioned g'ndlator. repeated four times,
lella the tale of Johnny Mealy's tvvo
rnund v ctory over riule Lewis In the
Cnmhrln feature Inst night.
While the crowd nnd what n crowd
was Jaimnpd Into that little Cambria
last night! swooped down, surrounded
nnd packed the ring, fjussle, the de
feated, was heedless to the uproar. lie
was a conspicuous but an unconscious
Mealy, the conqueror, was acclaimed
k ng and accorded a reception In keep
ing with his regal bearings. H's trusty
right, nlwajs a factor In his lights,
delivered, it recalled his quick knock
out over Artie .Htrawhacker, of Cleve
land at the Olympic, a few years ago.
It was the first real knockout credited
to Johnny since that triumph.
Lewis "Died" Game
Unaccustomed to such' treatment, the
hasty visit to the mat came as much
of a surprise lo Oussle. He lilt the can-
a. rose Instantly, but before be could
get set anotne r sweeping rignc naueu 1
him flush on the chin, and he imme-
dlately renewed his acquaintanceship
with the ftbor. Twice again rights weie
rained lo the Jaw, and the fourth marked
After the third drop an innocent towel
was propelled Into the slippery ring. Our-
1 lug the heat of battle thin substitute for
the sponge went by unnoticed. Iteferee
Holland was not observant. Hard-hit-
ting Johnny Mealy didn't sec It. nnd be
fore Miy one could Intervene, that final,
I decisive right went to Its mark.
i That right marked the end nnd showed
. the way to the exlls for an early de
parture. j "Pop" Bestcrman, (tussle's father, was
like stone He gazed, gazed Just looked.
The shock was great. It was the third
time he had seen (iussle fall for the
count, but the last shock was the great
est. Gussle was near the top, and the
fall, came Just at a time when he was
about tu ascend the crest.
Mealy to Meet Fox
Johnny Burns, the proprietor of the
Cambria, Kensington boxing king, man
ager of Joe Uorrell, pilot of Battling
Murray and d rector general for Lewis,
was stunned. He saw the fall from
,a anufe l,olm ,n ,ne rcar'
LEADING IN MEET
Hawthorne Trails by rour
Points, With 21 Mitchell
TILGHMAN ' IS FOURTH
"Lnluml ll3 luu"1"
Sharswriod took the lead In the annual
grammar school Indoor championships
held In the Central High g)mnaslum
this afternoon. The Sharswood boys
t ,.... .w.in,B
suovveu tne way wiin iciiij-nc tnj, ,.
Hawthorne was running second with 21
Mitchell, list year's champions, was
third with 1GV, points.
The other rchools rated In th's order.
Tllghman. V, Iaigan, 11; Blaine 11,
and Kenderton, 9.
The competition was keen all the way.
One of the largest Melds ever to compete
In this schoolboy classic turned out.
While no records were shattered the
boys displayed classy enough form to
keep tho many spectators Interested.
Junior in-) ard daah Woo by Schwartz.
IIiiHtnorn Kthnol, aeeond. Clalden, Forth
wood School, third. Uobiiiion. lozan Dcnoul,
Time, .1 areifnda . . . ..
Intermediate 20-jard daah Won bv Hand
Icy. Los.in jethiml: aeennd. Itendel, 'lllchinaii
hehooll third. I'.iolleppl, Hawthorn School.
Time. !t l-.l vecondi
Hcnlnr 2n-va d tl.mh Won bv Panperolll.
Hawthorn Fkhonl; arrond, Husland. Tl'Kh-
I man Hehool. tlilitl Piter. Hawthorn Bcnonl.
and Walter. Mluhelt School, lied. Time.
2 1-.1 aeconda ,
lllterined.ale polato race Won by T'owll.
F . . .3.1 ..I J .f.. .. ...!.... II.... -
i ivennerinii c.ciiimii. nrr.inii i-iuiniuu. .-'
I thorn Hcnonl; third, Carnf, Mitchell School.
V Junior atandlnie broad Jump Won by
Krouee, Snerwood Mihool, 7 leel s intnoa.
IrVond. llol.lnaon. laan School. 7 ft
buhea. third. Urun,' lxman Sellout. 7 leet
Junior running- broad lump Won by
Wel.h. Sharawood. dlatunre 1.1 fee-t: aeeonds.
tie hetweetr .ewla. Sharawood. and Schwaru,
' Hawthorne, distance 14 feet 1 tnch.
I Intermediate running broad Jump Won bv
Stivelak. Sharawool. distance Id ft 4 in.i
' "T"ia, ,,nd"tt' Tilhsmsni third. Molloj.
.M" ... ... ... . ..
' . .LrJKV;,ffi.J'A,'.,S;-SI,iil!
wood. Time, i!.1 seconds
Kunnlnkf Iilsh JumiVon by Mai.preM.
HAtliornf lntcht 4 feet . lnrhen: sciond,
Shane, Rlalne; third. Coleman, KoRnn.
nunntntr hnud Jump, cnlor Won by Jteg.
laud, llltrhtnan; retond, Mutrnmlck, Ken
drton; third Tucker, Mi a ri wood. Distance,
11 ft. 1V4 in
Intermulatft tuirof.war Won by Mitch
ell hehool second, Ulaine, third. Kenderton
1-lentnr tui-f.vrar Won by nialnej aec
ond". Sharawood; third, Mitchell.
320-ard relay Tie b tween Ixaan and
HhariAood for Hrt; third, Mllchll
Sailor Wallops Fred Dyer
.., Vnrk. Feb la e'rert Iier
claims lo ne tne weuer cpmnion or
I .!.!! eauaht a tartar in Kdd
iinlted Stutea navy. St. Jack
.;-.ertit nvmnailum. Jeriy Cttv. la at nitrh
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Suit or Overcoat
fn Our Bis Comer Store '
Reduced from i $30, $25
No charge for alteration
Op'an Monday and Saturday
Until 9 o'Clock
Eight Games Arranged
for Pcnn's Football
Eleven Next Scuson
VAght gamis wilt be playtd by the
t'nlvtrsity of Pennsylvania football
team next fall. P. it. C. opens the
season-on October .t. and Cornell tell!
be "iere on the closing day attraction
, TVonliiplt'tiiff t)ay, ail names
will be played on franklin Fte'.d.
1 he schedule:
Orlotier A I', M. ('.. nt Franklin
Orlotier 11 Drlawnre, nt Franklin
October 1 hwnrlhmore, at Frnnk
October S.1 l.f.Tlt. nt Frnnk.
!ln Field. v
November I I'enn Stole, nt Frank
November Dartmouth, at Frank
November 13 Flttsburjrh, at Frank
November Zt Cornell, at Franklin
I'lrld In annunl Tbanknglvlng Day
the mourners silently but gamely. The
battle was hilled an ellmlnatlnn'nffalr
the winner to entertain Young Joe Fox,
the English featherweight champion
Mealy won and qualified to battle Young
Fox In the wlndup at the National on
March I. '
In the iveinlvvlndup Willie McCloskey
trounced cleorge Krause. The defeated
boy. Just out of the service, was not In
condltn, but fought gamely. Ho subs
j sttuled for Kd Caldwell.
In the other bouts Fred -Schwartz
quit to Jimmy McOrath at the end of
the third round. Mike Johnson beat
Jimmy Duffy nnd Tommy Cleary had
the better of Denny Hoover.
Jackson Meet! Brarzo
Willie Jackson, the New York boy
with the knockout,' will engage Jack
Brazzo, nf Hazlelon, in the feature bout
at the National tonight. Jackson has
fought in thlseclty five limes since the
first of the year, registering two knock,
Ilrazzo gave Benny Leonard a real
light in the National ring last spring.
He proved to be a rugged boy, olio
capable of taking unlimited .punishment
and at thn same time handing It out
freely himself. He made the lightweight
champion extend himself.
Johnny Murray, the riew bantairren
ration, takes on Otto O'Keefe. Here Is
another rugged up-Stnte boy that
alwa)n proves troublesome for the top
Hoteliers. In the other bouts Dave Meter, the lad
who made good against Jec Tiplllz at
tho Olympla last Monday night, faces
Billy tlannon. Young McFailand op
poses Joe Jackson and Young Alex bat
tles Johnny Baric.
Jourdet Will Send Strong
Line-Up Against Swarth- .
more Five Tonight
M'NICHOI, AT GUARD
Swarthmore, always troublesome for
Tenn In basketball, will send anothet
strong Ilve-ngalnst the Quakers in tha
innual struggle in Welghtman Hall this
evening. The Little Quakers have a
well-drllled eiulnlet that they will send
Into action against the Big Quakers,
and hope to uphold the Garnet tradition
Danny Mc.Vlchol, the Penn star, .will
be at guard, He has recovered from
his recent Illness, and during the week
displayed excellent- form In practice.
Peck will hold down the other .guard
post, and this brace of defenders should
halt the tlarnrt scoring attack.
Wweney and Stannard, the Penn point
making comblna'tfnn ahouia rjii,. i.
llarnet guards all kinds of trouble. Thla
" "s ueen near tne lop In scoring all p
season. They do not anticipate any rs- a
verse tonight. , , 3
N'lck Carter, the-former Northeast mil. H
aiounel athlete, is not scheduled to ap VS
pear in tne regular line-up, but will ac
company the team. He stands a very
good chince of breaking Into the gams
b-fore the conclusion of hostilities. Of
den, a brother of Johnny Ogden, the for
mtr Uarnet star pitcher, also Is on tha
Penn - Swarthm.ei'
Zf.'SSfL- J"rwl"3 DenJasBla.
Slunnard . , ,. forward riaraU
i . forwurd
, . forward,,
. .. t!aa7
I'OCKKI llll.l.l KI TOI'RN'.MsT
tOit TIIK UlAMrjONHIIIP IIP TI1K KAST
AT THE CASINO
920 Chestnut St.
Kntrles Ilalph Urcenleaf, Joseph Concan
non. Morris I'lnk. Jamea McCoy, Clans'
llrown. Charles Harman First gam. Mon
day evening. 1 ebruary 17. Urecnleaf va. Mo
Coy, at p m Hecond sam. Tuesday
afternoon llrown vs. Itarman. at S p. ro.
Third sam. Tuesday evciilns, Concannon vs.
Flr.k. at Ii p. in.
IIVNKKTIIAI.I, ' .
PKNNH1I.VANI a. ,
HAT.. KKII. U, lilS M ,'a
VVelslitman llall. S3d and Mpruee Hla.
rre'lm. t.anie. Kreshmen vs. rrlnrrl.n Freak
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PALACE RINK AWi--
Roller Hhiitlnr. Danetnv. Jncg Hand C.
Karen W. Wed, Miht lOtSO m'tuSil
ltdlfx rhlldren odmtted free nflerntmni.
Aneiroted liv IT. H. tloreenment A m asai
Taniht wlthaat unnlsnaieat Sal a
tl Kipert Inatruetora nrliele W Ba.
Instrurtl.a A. M. In 11 V. M. T mW
Specialist in Fltta R.eJ.cia. I V
Phila. Jack O'Brien
M. K. Cor. lthftThlnMt. 4th tlw '
NATIONAL A. A. "&.", '
johBny Murray 7i; Otto O'Keefe.
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