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T7f .? v ";i ""' V. i - Of -' ,U't w $ it m: .,;; ,Wi -if' r 'v-. Ir ,i,JS -! .. EVENING PUBLfo EDGE-tiB:HADBLatA; SDJYfeffiittiEB . I l IV A is . JiA GtfF MS ?) BLOOD IN HIS MAKE-UP FOOTBALL WILL BRIN&IT OUT THROUGH H . . ' ' r. Via .li.(y, ,''"". I 'M THENOSm COLLEGES ALREAD Y-PREPARING FOR FOOTBALL MY CLEANING OUT CASH RAWERS AND POLISHING UP STARS SOMEBODY IS ALWAYS TAKING. THE j6y OUT OP LIFE W ' r ' VNOTIIER month was ,y' mornfng that is, If y calendar and -i lorn off your you're lucky enough to have n now September, the month which mark the beginning of football and the fag cful of baseball, is with vtC. Already dates for the world h series have been announced and six or more clubs have overhauled their shovels to gather in the kale. At the name time the col lege arc polishing the cftsh drawers preparatory to col lecting the dough during the gridiron campaign and some of the Institutions have gotten away to a Hying start in real training. Sports of all torts have gone big dining the last year And another banner season or something like that it expected by our educational foundries. Our college cor respondents nrc sending their usunl line of gloom and judging from their stories there won't be one good team In the country nor in the cities. The only possible excep tjon Is l'enn State, whose publicity ngent comes out "boldly nnd(says thnt the Blue and White is going to havo it better team this year than last. This is some assertion, for in 1010 Hugo Ilezdek turned- out the best eleven in the Kant and the l'enn Staters were awarded the championship by the majority of the critics. Ilczdek already is at State and prepared for the jump-off. He returned from his vacation u week ago and is on the job writing to his different prospects, fyftructlng them to be on hand by September 15, when practice will begin. This is perhaps the latest start made By any of the college elevens, but Ilczdek believes in con centrated effort and he will be all sot for the opening C'ame on September -5 against Muhlenberg. Six of last year's championship eleven hae been lost to State and five of the vacancies arc in the line, but at that Bczdck Nn't worrying. It is said there nrc plenty of good men coming up from the fre-dimaii eleven and these, with the regulars who are bail:, wilt make a strong combination. The correspondent writes that it is even doubtful if some of last year's etcriins will be able to aln berths on the 11120 team. Them's harsh words. Four years ago the name- of Hugo fllezdck didn't mean nnything in the East. On New S'eairA Duy. 1017. he trimmed the l'enn eloen with his Oregon team nt nadena, Cal. Then tin- Eastern fans raised their eje- ! prows and asked who this guy Uezdi-U was. They soon bund out In the short time lie lias been at State College he has placed the lllue und White oti the top of the heap and this fear the coaches who have Hezdek's eleven on their schedule fee: thnt if they can get nway with a tie or a victory their season will be n tiecv-s. e BEXDKK has tome able assistant in Hill Mm tin and Dick Harlow. There irn.i eoniitlt table (1m content nmony the members nf the squad hut yeni, but all m serene and peaceful rtoir. Heisman Starts Formations UP at George School, which is in the neighborhood of Newtown, Pa., wherever that is, the l'enn players are oing to football in n large mail's fashion .lack Ileis tnan virtually has disregarded the rudiments of the game ind has flung his candidates into formations. The former Georgia Tech tutor put in three weeks of spring training trith the same men who are under his instruction now. He feels they know enough of fulling on the hall and iither sucli elementary stuff and there's no use wasting time on it. ' Yesterday was the first real day of practice for th Red and Blue squad and it was u real one. IIcIsmniiNluid By ROBERT W. MAXWELL Sports IMIIor l'Tcnlna rublle Ledger cnlcndar this material and there are some classy boys among the frcsii- men of last season. liven without Bruncr, Penn will have n punter and one of ability nt that. He Is George Whltchlll, the former Hutgcrs player, who was ineligible nt Franklin Field in 1010 because of the onc-yenr rule. Whltchlll Is not only n good punter, but he Is nn excellent all-around man and probably will be one of the stars this season. As a genernl Bert Bell, last year's captain, will be -or.-lj missed. As nn aggressive, driving pilot Bert r.in.;d among the best. In his place will be Ucx Wray, (.. little youngster from the West, who was n sub quarter on the Naval Reserve eleven which trimmed Pittsburgh two years ago. Bex was one df Bell's under studies and what he lacks Id generalship and football instinct he should make up for In runnlug back punts. He is nimble on his feet and a hard mnn to catch in the open field. (Is boys out sweltering as early as 10 o'clock in the morn ing and' after a short rest following their luncheon, they " were at it again, .lack apparently is going to make a play on open football. Forward passing and shift pluys nic Coming in for the greatest nmount of rehearsal. HeNmnu certainly is n bear on harmony of motion, or something like that, anil before he gets through with the Quaker players they'll be doing his famous jump dn in uiiUnii. Penn has lost nil of her regulars. It is expected that Bots Bruner will leturn, but some aie begiuuing to doubt it. The only member of the squad who was n near regular last season is Qtiptuin Bud Hopper, ull-American vingmnn two years ago. who in 1010 alternated with Cay Miller. The substitutes of last jear will make good A' 7ii ir.tf backficld formation, Heisman had Wray at iuarttr, WhittMll at one of the halves, I'oss Miller, the star of last ear's freshman eleven, and Joe Hibcn, the former Central High player, at the other half. Hibcn is an experiment in the backficld. Ife alicays has played the line, but it oofci as if he m ffoiuo to put up a toitph battle for a position in the offensive quartet, Cycling Classic of Campaign Till! Point Breeze Velodrome has been having as much luck in guessing the weather ns Mr. Bliss here of lnte, but if it's possible for St. Swlthin to stop staying post season engagements, the biggest cycling card of the year will be put on at the Drome tomorrow night. On a clear night and with only the ordlunry card, the bicycle sport draws nn where from six to teu thousand persons and with four of the bct sprinters nnd live of the topnotch pace followers on the program Tor tomorrow, the largest crowd of the season is expected. Cycling is going big in this cit. If you don't be lieve it take it look at the Drome tomorrow Trolley accommodations are poor and hulf of the spectators have to walk because there's no room on the Brill Specials, but jet the spott continues to attract large gatherings In spite of tile inconveniences. This is bcrn'use John Chap man has been giving the fans the riders they want to see. There will be one American chnmpionhip decided tomorrow and in addition four sprinters will grind in a special $1000 race. Clarence, Carman, Menus .Bedell, Percy Lawrence, George Wiley and George Chapman will go after the .national fifty-mile motor-paced crown and Willie Spencer, Alfred Gotilette. Harry Kaiser ami Pete Moekop will battle for the thousand bucks. '.the sprint race has a shade on the pace -following grind ns an attraction. The field is by far the best ever to appear lit Point Breeze. ' ncer Is well known here. He has raced at the Drome many times this vcumiii and lias not been defeated jet. Goulette nnd Moeskop will be making their first 10"0 appearance. Moiskop, who Is the champion of Holland, defeated Frank Kiamer, the famous veteran, in straight heats a week ago in Newark. Kaiser is the young New Yorker who recently lowered the Poiut Breeze track record for one lap to 1(5 ."-" sec onds. Ray Katon was supposed to ride instead of Kaiser, but on Sunday he was suspended Indefinitely for teaming in a race at Newark. Clarence Carman, of course, is the favorite to (op the fifty-mile title, but George Chapman, the Philadel phia boy, is a dark horse. Chapman lias been riding nt the Providence and Boston tracks during the last two months nnd has been showing in great form. Percy Law reuee rode second to Frank Corry lu a half-century pedal a week ago and he. too, will he dangeroi's. Bedell and Wilej always give their be-f nnd if they have any luck in avoiding tire and motor trouble tliej wjll worry the favorite. f I 1 i " t . "aw Ha! i wevieR.rea so ri!:..A,s-rLrYoUJ I i H vwm't voo , Qou amd run. o- life a xv SSJ"1?,. k l Tskc nvseAj? f OH VoU MUiT NUT) f Vm 3onnY "to SBS s """" ' I EXPoSC WJ04ELP You NOT LOoKiNt J ViMeHoDY IS AIMJAVS lWk IttakomSlpJ r op tins y A La J. McGraiv DETROIT ATI. It. or. TO. A. E. Youn, 2b, ....... 4 o a a ;i Iluth. , 0, 2 :l 3 Cobb. ef. t 0 II 1 li Vech. if 4 it 3 1 J HtTlmnn. lb 4 0 1 10 1 Khortm, tt, ..,,,. 4 Oil o Jonta. 8b 2 0 0 2 1 smnnr(s c. ....... 4 o o a o niimke. p 4 0 '1 1 3 rini-lll, 8b. 1 004 Hale 1 .0 0 0 0 Totals ,.. 00 ATHLETICS 'Art. n I 10 24 IB ro. 12 3 4 n 1 .0 4 0 DrU-!, b 4 0 tlrimn, lb a 1 C. Walker, lr, .... 3 1 l'crklnt, c. ....... 1 0 Dunan. flb. . , i I 0 Myntt, rf 4 0 lllfbefl, cf .1 0 Oalloway, sj. ..,,. 2 0 Ktefo, p , 3 0 Totals 27 2 0 27 Dttrolt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alhlttlcs 20000000 IMtttd for I'lnellt In ninth. Two-baan hit IVrklna, Three-baso hit1 Ehmko, Home run Veach, Struck out IV Ehmke, 3 by Keefe, 3. First baao on balla Off Khmke, 3 oft Keefe. 1. Bacrlftco hlta rorklns, 2. Umpires Mortarlty and lllldebrand. 14 1 1 01 X 2 PERIS' DOUBLE MIMA'S Cy's Wallop in Opening Round Scores Two Pals Veach's Homer Only Other Run "HEISMAN SHIFT'' -.1 QUICKLYGRASPEO Penn Coach Says Aspirants Work It Better in Day Than Georgia Toch In Year BALA SEEKS VARDON-RAY TO GOLF AGAINST HOFFNER-WEBB Favors Local Pair Against Britishers and Boosts Webb H. W. Wood Breaks Golf "Speed Law"Gimbcl Brothers Propose Novel Employe Tourney Tut; a iomo mutcui raifJ ulicay prove int(iesti)ni anil rrow )ight icill In no t sorption. llobbu t Walthour, Jr.. tin youthful and popular Atlanlan, nnd Frank Harris, the Olympic Club boy. irill be on scratch in the handicap events. Cupuruht 1010, by PuO .c l.tiiof to. By SANDY McNIULICK mllKUR is one golfer in this city, a resident and member of more than one local golf club, whose game is pro nounced by evrry stur player in the district ns the best in the country. To the local golf public. W. II. War ren Webb is probably little known, but such slurs as Piatt, HoiTner. Iley nolds, Muswoll. Culvert, .ind the rest are authority for the statement tlmt there is no amateur in the V. S. A. capable of beating 'Webb when he is on his game. Webb is a British golfer, whose res toration to amateur standing still is said to have u couple of years to run. He has all the sweet form of n Ynrdnn. und the bountiful ease of swing, which gets for him u long bull and true. Webb is habitually in the low 70's over locnl courses, which he has played ince before our entry in the wnr, with out ever entering a tournament. An Inspiration Webb is a member of Bulu. among other clubs, and the enthusiasts there are ( inspired with his ability that they are now bent on matching Webb against Vnrdon und Bay if the British stars cun be lured to play Bala, a nine ho'e eourse. The plan is to pair Wobli with George Hofl'ner to leprescnt Bala. The British p!aers come here In Scn- timber. pluyiug Huntingdon Yalley the '2M. Merlon the li.1d mid Arnnlmlnk the world s record for the fastest round of golf ever played. Ho sprinted over the "100-yard Atlantic City course In fifty six minutes last week, taking 101 smashes at his golf ball en route. His score was attested to by Itussell Summers, nnd for his feat lie won n bet from Fred Sherman nt the sea side course. The bet was the "biggest huckleberry pie in the clubhouse." ood got "on his mark." drove his first boll, galloped after it full speed, hit it again, and turned the first nine holes in -1" minutes 40 seconds, while the nutives, not lu on the bet, wondercn what It was nil about. Wood, nor his caddy whose tongue Mas hanging out witli the sprinting, didn t have tinm to reply. He played the tenth 'nnd eleventh holes in 1 nnd .1. and his "running Ump .was only .' minutes. ood took thirteen strokes on No. Kverj ball holed out. It is doubtful if to the eighteen pins was nnvbodv will linre a go at this record, particularly over the Nortlitield course. KENDRICK SEESPALACE Receiver of Taxes Impressed With West Philadelphia Boxing Arena The 1920-21 Indoor boding Fcason will get under way officially next Wednesday iright, when the fee Palace throws open GIRL ATHLETES STAR FOR P. R. T. Stella Miller and Elise Fritz Show Class at Willow Grove Outing em- LEONARD ADITS TOMORROW'S RACE ENTRIES littli. Aronimink lias matched two of I its doors. n.i 'wXVS ,""" , , 8!r,!' A VF '. "lo'od heavyweights will .-i.. --- .. w... . .. .ui i(.ftT I Mitfirtnin In )i At Windsor OUTGROWING CLASS! itsciiiSi $ 11)00 ihrei- .111 li:i ii.i nn -iw Goodman Writes Champion u-tta u Said He Couldn't Make Lightweight Limit MJUk.-Uo! . 10S Beau Ilrummi-1 II l rlty 10' Capt. Hoas Wenanhh . 110 Alo ltKlble Ifanli (I'D-. lor. 'UarlmEe 10:1 Tuys ikiwr 10S Taul Connolly bei.onii ruce maldn thrfr-year-olde ill' ' iHiminn. punk- I150O, II furlong" socry: . iu ijih .iciienni t Inst . Ill r.nlirei . 10 Pniot HIT ' ar 10 1 if i Irono I III Kin.mclnt Uoohtr llj .f Vezlnn, . . 112 Third rHe ruri1 tlOOO. tni.f-yer-uMu and ui). l l-in Mill" Mud... r . 10J moro. This evidence, if true, means that i War Zono 10" the IS!! -pound division is in an upset state of ulTairs, because, in older to de cide upon n lightweight titlehulder it would be necessary to hold an eliuiina- 'iid By LOUS II. .IAFFB Latest In boxing scanunl is an mission' by Benny Leonard that lie cannot make the lightweight limit any Ourhuin Thrifty Thri-e lleltnu Alto (llviblv Tom Lou'iin our ll7rl M.mlnun 10S 11 10S anJ 112 llfi 109 117 107 .109 US At Belmont 1'lrM rao. ronJlton, three-year-olds and up. ii furlomrn main couri. Ui uu of the Currwrhalcfn Vallry . 110 Kennoul . . . K.ilr (In In ur. Peter 1'lper O'l 'Watcli 1JL' Arnold .. . Osuud . 110 Motor Cop Second line niulden tvo-ear-old, iunonv4, HtriLnt .100 10-i 110 .127 P. T. lliirnum St. MlchHul Hantu Cluui Toutor Teddy H Third rm.-XM-.IJ tllllei ', Jlmlny 'rumarlhk TrlBht Muttlklnn n r. m ur. n. -i lis Hi Tomboy Handicap, 1 furlonifu. ttralirht 110 llantcsta . . 111 Joan Marie Hid I'lminnrrun ur, DoUKh Girl mh 10", 10,", 112 thrH. Vu'rit !! ummr ! lollle I"ourtb roc puriM IllhOO Imndlcav year-oldi itnd up. it furloriRH lAor Houne 115 c'nrmeiidale Tlclillnh 104 i:ddl- Il't-n Hill .McCl, i 10". bacher Jorlce 107 tlon tournament. Such stars as Lew t , ,Dmn,,, HunUicau . iwu seai-oldi . ii fur- lonci Mammy O Min l-'i-l vol D-Iliive ldl Hour 120 Laut ,':tra. I'ourth recr Manhattan Handicap. 113 i ,20 I Tendler. Willie Jackson. Johnny Dun "'dee, Ritchie Mitchell and posibly one or two other boxers would have to be recognized. Lew (loodmun, who sign himself "former New York promoter ' nt the top rof his letter and "who started out eviry star in the boxing game for the past twenty-six years" at the bottom, pens in n bold red-inked scrawl that "Benny told me that lie could and will not try to make weight for anybody." These facts all may be it pipe dream, or something like that. Neertlieless, litre's what Goodman writes in his red iuk scrawl Ltghtweiaht thamplon Renin t.ionnrd eannot make the requtreil lightweight 1 limit. 1 had a personal talk ulth Henry and he told me he could and v. Ill not .try to make weleht tor unjbody Thin livn the cnuee ot postponing the tight .between llenny and Hddle FiUklmmons 'for a week later, and not because the Hebrew holidays are In the way I be lieve that Phil Olassman, manager of Lew Tfndler, Is moro than rtKht for not letting- his char" box the champion unless Ivonard made 13S pound If niassman wonts, ho can claim tn IlKhtwelght title for Tendler. as the latter haa proved thnt he la the next best man to the champion Previous to the receipt of the above letter It was learned from n reliable sourco that the Lconard-Fltasimmons liout would not he stuged In New York, However, no definite explanation as to the whys or wherefores was made. Jlrarar Tunn U prepared to rltneh a. metrti between Charley O'Connell iyid llenny Val r. Punn wrltea that ,0'Connell would knock the dayllrtits out ot Valger Davie Stoore, (nllowlnir his 1 minute and 12 second ' knnckou over Joe Sfalloy. la teelrous nf matches with Eddie Morgan and Hobby McCann. t I'.MI Tln i . Jek fird n' th' . H' holn Hem McV. v In n b-du1ed ten-round bnuf at Atlnnta (1 loulght .lohnnr Ilovre wite- M. f.i r prepared to meet Sammy Oolrt """, '.' one of the smallest boxere In the Phlladel phta rlnr. Pal HeoUwaon haa undertaken the namnt ot Tommy MoCann. of Oer SiSSlm. and wantg to ataclc blm agalnrt v "JiHwirtticersJd. ' ,TkatHi,t at leUtr In in lo" nepatr- i ii 1 1 u 1 1 1 N n)JudRe llu.trow VrtPOo I'ubtllla tivelines (bJUnrle 10 (luret-.irch . 112 107 Anna, VW1 112 ins MitirlcH II 112 IO.i Irish Jit; . 113 inn sreenut Yoi ke 111 nn Itunaoul 117 110 Hid Litti 112 HI I (a)Muore-Xi.ckilF er.trv itiil.onir ntrv Mxth nice lliiro I'launlnz thrce-iar olds ,.t d ut il u-Ientr-i l.uimimc 100 iji Cheeene 120 Pruolitv 102 Dr Carmen 122 Hush 10.1 llnbbv Allen Km Itivd. n .mi Murrav 112 I'.urlU 10.1 Alsj eligible I'ubl.ul. 110 Mania May . .110 Archie Alexanderlln Hon Trnmn . ..117 Cirwiutl.ien . 110 Applo Jaclt II . 114 Seventh race, puree tlHUO claiming, thne-'ar-old and up. 1 mile. lilac k Thong 101 Sunduria, .. 105 f Walker . .101 La Krosa 108 P.xfugee nn Also el1vltl ni,n mile .Iiick Stuan Mad Hatter Nutttrallat I.c rd Drluht.. i Tifth rc.' up. mile American 1 Lrft (J!orleu Dorcas Albert A SIMh, l-.dy Stella . 112 Hacchnnallon 112 ('are Kree . 113 M'lnda of C'Iiance.112 Atala 112 two- 103 10U 104 107 104 all furlong's, atraincht Frigate Coto d'Or IlrlgTtnna riaro .Frances Nohant Weather clar 107 IJonlfaco 117 Audacious 12U Sir Harton . .. ur. alining threr-)ear-o!d8 Hid I'addy Dear Kill Ilengon- . . 112 Fredorlclt the .121 Clreat mulden two-jcar-uMs. 11.1 AVacheapreami" 11.1 Playfellow 112 Caligula 112 Hllenco IK, Hammy Juy Track fast I.lttlii Krt flourmond Poacher . . . Oaklawn Ilelle v eatr.er clear lOrt Captain Tom 111 "Nennah . .. Ill llrlcklev 10S tracK last ..110 . 101 HI V pprnttce allowance claimed At Ottawa Hirst iace claiming. three-year-olds, foiled In Canada 1 mllo and 70 yards .statlm .11.1 Oallnv Head HI ,11m Pitre ll!l Oold Oulnre IIS Ml AmlBa 110 Sweet Iiouquet 110 Pecond race, the Helterskelter Bteeplo cl.ase handicap fuur-year-ulds and up. 2 14S Jim O 131 Klnratown Tier .13.1 Phil T 143 Algardl ..134 Third race, maldena. alt asea 1 mile' Welnland Ill (aXJ. Alfred Clarkellfl Tree Stato 10T Elmont 107 AnmU 10T Musket Ill (alDouble T3y ...110 Hera , 107 Tllloy 105 Hot Spark -. 87 (a) Hode entry. Fourth race, claiming, throe-year-olda and up. 0 furlongs: Hlndoostan . . ..114 Horeb 112 Aatrlaea ..10B Jack Mount .... lit Sinn Telner . ill Huron 2d 111 Hemlaphere . .103 Millie n .. HI Fifth race, the Soerelan handicap three-yeHr-olds and up fnalcd In Canada 1 mile Azrarl 1-- U''lr r Light I 'id Heii 102 Miludrolt si Tu 1'T Fl-d Puel I I irr . 102 !h ,u ' allllll .' llirei eai-c I un I nilm and "0 ards Hueklxiurd IU Trickster .rt llrlie Roberts 103 Pllstn Humma ids Aigrette Duko Hurt . 103 Uurllname Seventh race, claiming, four-year-olds and roue ana i cunonvi : Doylestown Takes First Place The DolcMnn club of tho Montgumeri Count! League un u warded a protisted game with lort Washington played AukujI 21, because of unnecessary delays which prevented the t'r.lshlnir of th Bams l.for It rained. The protest wna awardtd last night nt Slut.. Park. lly Mrtun of the game belnir awarded to Doylestown tho county Re-it ti-nm goes Into firm place' tied with Souderton pennant winners last vear Tulpehocken Wins In Ninth Tulpehocki ii Iteds traveled to Ilethliliem Pa anil adJ'.l tho team of that Pluci ?o Its list of victims In a fast, snappy irum " to I 1 Conroy a double Slegle'a eacrlflce and 1 Dldeim aai.rlf.Lo fly accounted for tho viln- nini,- run in ine nintn rrame Hleirln with three clean drives, and Dupluz'a ultchlnir wero the tenures Tho Itedn have Labor Da a, m and p. m . also Saturday and Hundav dates In r!eptembr open v wii. Ham Kalbaihor. 4414 Cleveland me iii.ii phone W-omlng 1010 J "'" ; bury should give Vardon und liny I mssie. Huntingdon Vulley lias not announced i its pnir to face Vardon and Buy, but I Merlon lias chosen Chick Evans, Chi cago, to play with Max Marston, a I Merion member i Bala's effort to get Vnrdon and Bay i here is in the nature of u protest that a local club has tone many miles west 'for u player without rccognlzln B'j local plajern. ..' Many locnl fans would annarcntlv i rather hv- the huine tnlcut in action against the famous Britons, uud there nppears to be regiet thnt it has been found proper to import a player for an 1 exhibition mutch here. 1 It is pointed out that most clubs tluoughout the country have nlaved home talent ugtiint the foreigners, and the .spirit in Philadelphia evidently is I that the same slmuld have been done 123 i1"'1'0- Cleat .Miitdi Morion, howeei, bus gone to consid erable iiains to secure one of tho best players in the (uiiutry und give the cit an exciting mat'-h. It will be Evans's sole appearance here this season very likely, and the tans are assured of see ing the Britons well extended, however much they might have preferred to have soeii n Merion pair do it. There is mii civ no ground for com- J i plaint over the action promised in the 115 .Merion inun " nam. now ever, in uu mr tuu iocui ungle. litis raised a purse, und is after one of tho following open dates of the Britishers : September 10 (Vnrdon nnd Bay piny llernitnbjvillo, N. J., the 17th) ; September U7, when the Britons are en route from Euston, Pa., to Bos ton ; October 11 , when they go from Woodmere, L. I., to Baltimore; Octo ber 15. doubtful, as they travel from Richmond to Schenectady; and dates after the 21st, the lust unuounccd book ing of tho Britons. Strong Tulr Webb and Hoffncr would make one of the best combinations in the city and fans out Bain way are intensely excited in hopes for tho mutch. William II. Wilson is trying to clinch the match for Bala. 117! 13.1 and I 1111 111, llll ,1'i I HS 11.1 i main cicht-roiind hnt. tie when Harry Wills takes on Sam McVea. Ythteiduy W. Frcclaud Kendrick, leeelver of tuxes, made a personal in spection of the palatial home at Forty sixth and Murket streets, and was much' impressed. "Its the finest thing I have ever fceen for a home for nthleties and for ;,,,' athletes," t-ald Mr. Kendrick "This lut l .. .... ..... 11...,- !... ..t-i .1 . ... t ims iii nini, umiui:' to viiit iiu IllOUCrn plant and let me say right here thnt I nm going to make many visits during the boxing and skating siason. The Ice l'alnce is n real contribution to sports in this city." Matchmaker Jack Hanlon has nr- ranged three bouts to support tho wind up. Jimmy Murphy faces Jack Palmer, Al Brown engages Joe Stack and Young Robldenu battles Tony Pctere Ewing Booking Grid Games With Lnncftsttr, Hnimeaburit C'nnslio hoc ken nnd Ilex, of Washington I), t;,, scheduled l?wlnv A. A. faces a hard football Beaaon With two ixcvptlons, uery man of the 1U19 team is expected to report this season. Candldatca will report for practlco September IS. 'Several ilatea remain open, wM'h Manager Wvtt Is desin.ui of filling. L W Wyatt, f.70,1 De I.ancey street '"" Movelty Swimming Race at Lafayette Pomethtnx new In the mvlinmlrg riico lino will be held at th I Philadelphia Knlinralns; Club. Lafayotte. Saturday, a lOPO-yurd three, man tluh relay, composed of the following teams: It Orfcr V A Levana anil C J llosborough. It Wetiler I" M flreene and W Titus A ICostinayc! It s Itoaborough and W Schumacher The final dnv of the P. It. T. ployed' outing nt Willow Grove Park brought out n good-sized crowd who enjoyed the children's contests in the morning. , Tho senior track and field events nnd the swlmmiug races were staged this afternoon. Among the young athletes who were high ninong the point winners were Elise Eritz, Stella Miller and Francis Duffy. CLASS a Three-legged raco for bojs Won by 12. and L, Larkln, jecond. Howard Duiaiit and Stanley Walters, third, Harry Perkins und A. Ilrenuan Shoe raco for boys Won bv A. nrennatii second, John Daley: third. Charle Sylvester. Fifty-yard dach for glrla Won by Stella .Miller, aecond. Hllzabcth Stone; third. Marl gnret Wooters. Flfty-jard dash for boya Won by James Wooters: aecond, Audrotv Ilrennan: third, Joneph Perklnw. One liundred-yanl dash for girls Won by Stella Miller: second, Iillzaboth Stone: third. Lmitia l'erktns. ligg and spoon race Mr girls won by Kiltia Milder: second, Helen Hanlcy, third. Utntna Pnrk. . ObRtuclo race for boa Won by Joseph Perkins; Hccond Jainea Fischer; third, Hurry Perklni'. . -... i llaacball throw for girls Won by Ultle Fritz: aocond, n. Davis, third, II. Thorpe. Potato race for ulrla Won by Hlsle Fritz: second, Margaret Wooders; third, Uva Htcln- i man. nnoe race lor gins won vi Anna noin well; aucond, J. Chambirs, third, Umma Perkins. 100-jurd dash for boo " Won by James Fisher: second, James Wooders; third. Jo eeph Perkins. Wheelbarrow race for boys Won by Howard Durnnt and Stanlo Walters, e ond, Joseph und Harry PerklnH; third, J, Daley and L. Fisher. CLASS II Cgg and npoon rnco foi glilit Won b Margaret Urassle; aecond. IMlth Wildman; third. Margaret Hunley Potato raco for girls Won by Thelma N'alwrs; second Ilcsalo Steenon, third, M.irgarot Stanley. Flfty-yurd dash for boys Won bv A uorder; tccond, Hugh Donnelly, third K Kandy. Ono hundred-yard dash for girls Won by flam Fritz; second. Mutllda Fritz, third, Thelma Nabors. Ono hundred-yard "lash for ! Won by A. lierver; stcund, Newtown Iluody, tlilrd, L'rwln Forrest. Flttv-yard dash for ftirle Won by Illlza faetti Hamilton, atrcond, Margaret Smith, third, Margaret Orasslo, Thrce-leeged race for boja Won by New ton ltoddy nnd JCdwaid Itoddy, second, Wil liam Walters and John Ward: third. Dan iel Mulhern and Francis Dulls. onuo mig iui uvt a nun u 1 runcia Duffy: second, John Ward, third, Frank lioothman. Shoo raco for glrle Won by Margaret Smith, second, llebecca Sjh ester; third, Margaret Helnley, Wheelbarrow race for boya Won by Francis Dutfy and K. Iloollunan; second, William Walters and John Wurd; third, S, llerger und Daniel Mulhern, Doseball throw for glrla Won by Clara Fritz- second, M'atllda Fritz, third, Thelma Nabors. Obstacle raco for boys Won by Irwin For reM; second, N, ltoddy and 1'. Duffy, By ROBERT W. MAXWELL. Tho Detroit Tigers pulled a John Mc Ornw nt the ball yard this afternoon. They lost a hard fight and finished sec- George School, Newtown, Ta., ScpU 1. Conch Jock Heisman was nil beam this afternoon nt the start of another workout of his University of .Pcnnsyl. vanln football hopefuls hero for pre llmlnary practice. Tho famous "Heisman shift!1' had1 been introduced into tho drilling, after it had been thoroughly explained last night. Tho perspiring young gridiron pupils went through with it like a ma chfno this morning. "You have grasped tho shift quicker in n day," smiled Heisman, "than tho boys did nt Georgia Tech in n, year, I am greatly gratified nt the way you are catching on to my ideas and look for rapid progress every day." Tho husky aspirants' enrao on th field this morning clad in .rough breeches nnd sleeveless jerseys, and most of them entered with n vim (lnto ths ' first exercises nnd setting-up drill for tho loosening of "football muscles," After they had "ganged nrpund" their instructor for information on the work of tho morning tho men were divided into squads and sent through trick formations, end runs.-line hlncC. ing nnd nil tactical phases which finally narrowed down to drilling in the "shift." There was a zest nnd snap to the work which tickled their tutor immensely. ."Buck" Whnrton, tho lino coach, ar rived last night in time, for n lecture by Heisman to the players, which was nciu in me scnooi ntiuitorilim. lie out- ond in a contest which should have been j lined a scries of "don'ts" for football decided vestcrdny. Nevertheless, nnd I men. about not "losing their heads,'' bo that as it mny, they trailed belilncl our A'h in tho first portion of n tvvo- playing the game square, etc., driving Ids points home with uome of his own act rnmeilv. The fireers were 2 to 1. It took only eight nnd one-half in nings to discover the loser. The win ner wnR announced In the first frame, when Connie's boys annexed all of their runs both of them. Dnvo Keefe, known ns the steno graphic sllnger because of his short hand, was the victorious pitcher, Dave allowed ten lilts, but nine didn't mean unythlng. The other was grooved for Veach nnd Bobby socked It for n goal over the right field wall. Swell Support Dnvo also was aided by swell sup port. Tilly Walker, the only real nctor In the comedy outfield, snved him twice. In the third he made a great run ning catch on Veach's liner, which looked good for n triple, nnd retired tho side. In tho Rlxth, he fell down, got up tignln nnd rnced back to pulldown PinclH's drive. Tho home folks started after Ehmke in the first nnd put the conflict on the ice. After one was down Orifliin sin gled nnd Walker walked. Both counted on Perkins's double. Tho game progressed until the ninth, when Keefe began to appear woozy. Three singles in a row clogged the sacks after two were out. and it looked du bious for our nine with Ty Cobb nt bat. Cobb Falls Tv hadn't connected safely oil day. and believed ho was due. However, it was n bum gneiss. Instead of knocking the ball out of the lot he raised n high foul, which was captured by .Too Dugan after n hard run. The casualty list was small for the afternoon, only one man being Injured. Bobby Jones collided with Keefe at first base in the fourth inning, and was severely spiked. He was taken to the dressing room nnd Doc Ebeling put two stitches in the wound. All of which shows that a 'stitch in time gathers uo mo.ss. experiences, tho result of thirty yenrs' connection with tho gridiron sport. Eugcno BUlck, a new man, appeared today in togs. lie was a backfield mem ber of tho 1017 freshman team, where ho played with "Pnrd" Pcarcc. LEONARD CALLS OFF BOUTS, Champ Not to Box Until Meeting With K. O. Loughlln Benny Leonard is not going to take nny chances for his bout with Knockout LoughUu. of South BctMcbcm. at the Cmntien Sportsmen's Club, on tho night' of "tptcmber 10, when Manager Her man Taylor reopen tho Third Keglment Armory for boxing purposes. Tho light weight champion" proved this by calling off nil of his mntches scheduled between now nnd the date of his contest with Loughliti. The projects of a knockout in this twelve-minder is slim, still with two hard titters like Leonard and Loughlln dirt cling wallops nt each other the dope may bo given a rude upset. ' Joe Benjamin will go on in the ten round semifinnl. His opponent will be Ernnkio Conlfrcy.' In two other bout Joo Burman will hook up with Joe O'Donncll in an eight-round mix, and Johnny Slcnly will open the show with Tommy Tuchcp six rounds. point nnixzr: VEi,onnojin iUjIUKIllMV MlillT American Motor-paced Cham nlonahlp Distance 00 Mile Curninn. Chnpman. Bedell, lVller, l.nnTencr. Special SI 000 Sprint Match Itace. four Heats Spencer, Moeskop, Knlser. Goutett. Trleeai Iteservea Grand. a.MH.l ! (IT. 3hJ...I dihiiu, .u.i i.rtii.uninui,, Sl.lOi ndmlsslon 78c (this raco only). Includ ing war tax. BIKE RACES , SHIBE PARK 'rOIjm.TC-HKAI)Ert TODAY. 1:S0 r. M. ATHLETICS vs. DETROIT Reserved Seuts nt Glmbel and Rpnldlnm Motorcycle Races Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 6th at 2 P. M. 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