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't'il n .Vtaft.-tl 'A ,' j;; '-JlilJ 1 u at? .13 EVENIKGT PUBLIC ff "Vl H . H - I :1 tA W 4 l If it i i ni .f Ktfl b-vJL f M4 ,. J MC,,, Jf'WH? TAPPERS EVIDENTLY SWITCHED TO BASEBALL BECAUSE OF THE PO.6 PHONE SERVICE rfe,' 4 -r : : : '- ' u V- ' : : : - BUCKNELL HAS STRONG ELEVEN FOR ANNUAL BATTLE WITH PENN ON FRANKLIN FIELD TOMORROW By ROBERT W. MAXWELL Sport Kdltor Etenlnc rablto Ledger 3 CJEVEBAL weeks ago long before the baseball scnndal )J hbrhcd Into the nowspapcrs nml boll players found large wads of money under their pillows some football Experts were discussing the Important gomes to be played this fall. , I (. "Don't overlook the Penii-Bucknell game on October ,' said one of the orators. '"That game will be well worth freeing, because Buckuell will have n very strong team nnd It Is very likely that l'cnn will stumble Into a big Mir prise.'' ' Tomorrow the gome will be played on Tranklln Field, and we shnll sec what we ahull we, The Lewisburg aggregation left for l'hiladelphla today, all primed up for A hard battle. The boys have been practicing since Sep tember 13, nro reported to be In good ondltlon nnd will ake the Rod nnd Blue step some to win. But thnt't the dope before every football game. Tbo other team always xpresscs the utmost confidence and all predictions arc Sccldedly optimistic. ' Nevertheless Buckuell lias a strong team this year. tChat Is, It looks strong on paper. Mont of the plajcrs havo had one or more years' experience on the varsity lind the new men havo tho physique to make good. Ten of last year's varsity are bnck, nnd this Is n pretty good Bucleus around which to build n team. btill, you never can tell In football. "While Buck uell has the appearance of top-notchers, the team has not fret played a game and few scrimmages hnvc been held, fjlnce September 13 Conch Tete Ueyuolds hos been get ting his men in good physical shape and running no risks f injuries. Whether or not Mils is a wise plan remaius to be seen. There has been plenty of mntcrlal up nt Lewisburg. More than fifty candidates are out on Tlmcum Field every afternoon nnd many husky lads are in the squad. The i freshman class in the largest in history ond the lirat-year fcien arc eligible. fJIIj squad left Lcictsburg today for Philadel phia and tcill make their headquarters at Hotel Rittenhoute, Ttccnty second and Chestnut streets. 0 Fullback Boioser Is the Punter NI3 of tho stare of the team is Bowser, tho big full back. He was nt the University of A est irginia a short time last year, but did not make tlie team. How ever, he looks like n good plncr and a valuable man ou the defense. Ho also does the punting nnd his spirals average fifty yards iu practice. Ho is six feet two inches tall and weighs 192 pounds. Captain Joe Kostos nnd Harold McOraw, a Philadel phia boy, probably will be tho halfbacks, and Tommy Maugan is the regular quarterback. Mangan is a good field general and runs well with the ball. Coach Reynolds says he has one of the best centers in the country in Victor Bihl. Victor played end Inst jcar. trat put on weight during the summer. He was shifted to the pivotal position, where he made cood the first day. He is short and stocky, weighing 175 pounds. Ho is a tar 6n tho defense. Max Reed, n freshman from Lewisburg High School, lias been selected to piny left guard, and Morret. of Inst year's eleven, will be on the other side. John Dooley and Frank Homan, a Philndclphlau, are the tncklcs. Last year when Penn defeated Buckne'.l by the score of 15 to 0 the playing of McDermott at end was the feature. This young man is back again and they say he is better thnn ever. He is a sure tackier, very good at breaking up Interference nnd a brainy player. He should be one of the best ends in the last this year, llahn, u ophomore, will be on the other flank. I visited Buckuell n few days ago, but did not see the team in action. Only sigunl practice was held and the plays were run off smoothly. The team looks good, but it takes more than signal practice to get in shape for a .big game. f PEXy has been working hard for weeks, has olaved one name and should not tcorrv over the outcome. Players and Coaches SIwuUl Know Code J 'A LTHOUGH there have been no radical changes In the AJLfootball rules during the last five years, it is mirpris- , ing to learn how many coaches and players slip up on some of the minor points of the game. Tirao nnd ngaln a coach makes a blunder which acts against his team be cause of lack of knowledge of the ploying code. A footbnll player, at the beginning of tho season, should study the rule book. He should bo thoroughly familiar with every section, becnuso ono never enn tell when that knowledge will come in handy. Coaches should drill their men in the playing code" two or three times a week. Yale, Harvard, Princeton nnd Pennsylvania are doing it, Princeton even going so far as to invite a leading olDcinl to lecture to the squad once a week. The rule dealing with substitutes and substitutions is one of the first in the book. It is perfectly clear and easily deciphered. Yet a conch of ono of the leading eastern col leges pulled a boner last year which almost cost him the gumc. This Coach Forgot Player Rule A PRACTICE contest was played with a small college, nu J in the first half the vnrsltv ran ud a score of 21 points. This looked so easy that the second team was sent in at the beginning of the third qunrter. The scrubs didn't play so well nnd before tho period wna half over three touchdowns had been pushed over nnd the score was 21 to 20. The coach, fearing defeat, rushed his varsity back into the game iu the middle of the period. Ho hod forgotten that the rule says that a player who has been withdrawn from the gome may return once, nt the beginning of a subsequent period. The referee suspended tho whole team, inflicted a pen alty of half the dlstanco to tho goal line, tho scrubs could not return until the beginning of tho next period and the third quarter was finished with third and fourth string men. That's just one cxamplo of what, can happen if the rules are forgotten or disregarded. Referee Right in Ruling WHILE on the subject of substitutions, it will be re called thnt a mix -up occurred in the Harvard -Princeton game Inst fall when, It Is said, the wrong substitution was made and a star player left the game. Referee Bill Langford refused to stand for a correction and the Princeton team was weakened the remainder of the con test. Incidentally, Langford was right in his ruling. This year it has been decided that a substitution is not completed until tho referee Vnds the new mnn into his position and the chnngc is approved by the captain. Sub stitute chall report to no ono except the referee, give his nnmo, the nnme of the man he is to replace and the posi tion. In this manner mix-ups will be avoided. Tivo Nciv Rules This Year AT THE interpretation meeting in New York last week Walter Camp, who presided, warned the officials to be on the look-out for a false enthusiasm when o substitute reports. Sometimes a player rushes into tho game, ap parently nil excited, shouts "Let's go" or something like that, and in this manner tips off his quarterback what to do on the next play. Thero must be no talking by sub stitutes until one play has been completed. This season an Illegal forward pass is the Baine as an uncompleted one. If a pass is made from a spot less than five ynrds behind the line of scrimmage the referee blows tho whistle IMMEDIATELY, stopping the play. This means if an opponent catches the ball and runs for n touchdown it shnll not count. The ball is brought back and the play treated exactly as if it had been nn uncom pleted pass. Stanley Football Team Disbands THE Stanley football team, formerly known as the Philadelphia Professionals hns decided to disband for. the season, and all games which had been scheduled have been called off. The tenm promised to bo one of tho strongest independent aggregations in the country, ns Bert Bell, Heinle Miller. Fritz Pollard. Lew Little, Lud Wroy, Johnny Weldon, Johnny Scott, Bull Lowo, Gus Zelglcr and many other former college stars were in the line-up. Another start will be made next year. Bert Bell was captain and Leo Conway manager. CovvriaM. It 10, by Public Ltdarr Co. SOMEBODY IS A WAYS TAKING THE JOY OUT OF LIFE I I JlMT COT BACK ) ClM T I TSt - - tWTwBBM (Ye,S 5 I 6CGWCRV AM ThC WOU I FBorv a tu weens see Y. A owits Junction J VH- J roabs iMn.v rv&rJA vwtc rVTO TRIP- - PIN" OACK- aJJo MlffoSH T WA 1 MM NIFI"MT! f T ' TlM- .y Vj-JKO BaUtftVAMJ . J I HAVBNO IPSAy- , 1 flBT MS TTl.MK- WT) s rSSfcH oJmw -) "" f WOU SoZTl S NO IT WAS elo' I V-- I VW.e-ToULDWTen . I TCh f Uu MOBR 'DOtT m. . 'i Tiit) mo itwmswt j WBL J tu tew IR.R TC moo- J t Joe Vbo . ! r K or j eiTHUa- - I THOU4HT7 V ' U4B 1iJdM.lOUS V f I V,MRTMISJ ID rbmbmBorJ y "JA.rJESY M"1 V ' '' V iMItoRTANT-J BLOW A T BASEBALL M GREA TEST SEASON -- Bribery Scandal Messes Up Things Just When National Pastime Is at Peak of Popularity Rich Sporting Dish on Calendar for October 12 WILLIE CLARK, OLYMPIC BOXER, 'CURED' AMATUER Local 145-Pounder Says Treat' merit of Committee on Trip Causes Him to Forsake the "Simon-Pure" Ranks KICKS ON EXPENSES W1, AL GRID CLUBS READYFORBATTLES R i m. I . ) ( BFg Season Among Independent Elevens Will Be Ushered In Tomorrow Th local football season among the adependent and semlpro elevens will 6i ushered 1n tomorrow ou many gridirons, and there are at least twice epany clubs In the field as last year. NW combinations have sprung up in 11 sections. One of the teams thnt gives promlso of making a record in Drcxcl Fan Returns Bet Won on Reds in '19 World Series Beloit, Wis., Oct. 1. Bocouse of confessions of White Sox players that they "threw" tho 11)10 world series, W. W. Chwbrough refunded John Ktnuun $10, which he hnd won from him. Chcsbrough had bet on the Redt. ATHLETES WANTED Mninimt tfiimn vr There are thirty huUcy cand.dato ntrlMns for berths and the coaches are flndtnr It difficult to rlM out th best mon for the different poiltlons In thn opening came a.-alr.st the stronc Fhoe nixvllle tenm at that place October (I L. V. Wyatt has all dates filled escept Thanks Elvlnc Day which he desires to nil with a tram offorlnic a KOod ruarantee. Address Wyatt, 57 OB D Ljncey street. rnlnnm ontn, the season In Delaware county tomor-ow at Fourth street and Ellis avenue Colvn meetlntf the Magnolia Club of TranMord which defeated Rtverton 7 to O last weK Mirnnau. a lormar i-enn rain I v 11 play fullback and QulKl. a forr.ir Hill, which inaugurates the season on ' rh 'roi .ier'Mcrann'w.il call th grounds of Strnwbridge & Clothier, i ""' r r tne ue.aware Umy , nt 8ixty-second and Walnut streets Manager Puul It. Deeio hns arranged 8 good schedule which ciTlN for n uuin ber of games in the eit nnd nlsu a number on the home field at Urctel HUL Tlie eleven will travel on hun days, and some of the lending clubs in other cities have been scheduled. 1 hen are a few open dotes for home nud aw in games in October. Clubs wishing koiiu-h should communicate with Paul R. Deere 34 Kathmere rond. Brookline, F., or phone Llanerch 400 M. FOR BIG PARAD E Mayor Moore Supporting Olym pic Celebration to Be Held Here October 14 By LOl'IS H. JAFFE ILLIE CLARK went over with tho American Olympic boxing tenm as an amateur, and he has returned deter mined to sepat ate himself from the "simon-pure" stuff. "Iim curcil," sold Bill today. "I got nil that I could ' stand for on that trip to Antwerp. You I probably have been all filled up on the 'fit for dogs' food. Inhuman nccommo I dations nnd everything, but there are n ' lot of things the boys have been afraid I to say, or else they are ashamed. "It was very nice to be promised that all of our expenses would bo paid," Clark continued to rave, "and they I Werc but there were manv dollars that i came out of our own pockets, we who ' tr-nrn liicltv enouch to have money with ,m fVin vnu imnirinc the committee giving me not a cent more thnn my train faro from N'cw York to Philadelphia, with a taxi bill for myself, trunk nnd handbag from the dock to the station nnd a meal on the train also to be paid for?" Clark returned on the Mobile with the it hatch of American athletes from I Antwerp, together with the Misses ; Ircno Guest nnd Eleanor Ulil, local ' swimmers, nnd Sydney Loog, Jr., Penn i boxer, nnd thirty-six others who com I nofnrl iinilir the Stnrs and Stripes. Samuel N. Gerson. local wrestler In the Olympics. Is still in Europe. Clark Bays, having been given a month's per mixion to visit Russia. Tho party of forty with whom Clark returned orielnnllv were booked to sail on the Antigone, but they left thnt boat nt Liverpool and refused to continue the voyage when the bodies of dead sol diers were put abonrd. Clark won two bouts In the Olympic 145-pound clnss, drew a bye nnd then was eliminated by Ireland, nnd English, mnn, when Canadian judges rendered a decision against the American. "There was hardlv nnv doubt thnt I had won from the Englishman." Clark said. "I am uncertain whether T will start a professional boxing career, but the Olympic committee sure cured me of being nn nmnteur," wi.s the finish of Clark's Interview. MYSTERY VEILS CORNELL ELEVEN Coach Doble . Has Kept His Plans and Playoro Under Cover to Date GREER WILL COACH WEST WALNUT TEAM Frank McLaughlin Again Manage Football Eleven to -' Frnnkford Is all stt for the oticnlnn clash tomorrow afternoon on the new il-UI on Brown's farm Oxford pike, near the Frank ford Hlsn Bcnool Coach Heinle Miller ex sects to et a line on h's mnurlal m a reg ular rame The opposlnar club Is th- Hast falls Y M. A hlch has a much stronger BBHreKatlon than last season. Manager Owen Yuun- expects the Tails elenn tu tuo a irsd account of Itself Conlioliokel Ploys Its second inritest to morrovr afternoon with the New Y m Ship eldverl as the vlsltlnc attraction Tho ahlp bullders have been working hard for the contest and expect to mku a Bond nhonlnK ithoush. their first time out. I-ust season Tilly captured the title of the Delaware rlur IniDvardf. They have all their old ram Wk this season. wlth B number of well-known crllee tr. ' : If The West Wnlnut Wub. of Went Philadelphia, will be represented on the gridiron this fall by a team to be mnn ugccl hj Prank McLaughlin. This will be McLaughlin's third car as manager of the "Walnuts." and he is assured of the mujority of last seas-on's eleven, whiih lii'-luded Oroot, former All-Scho-liiHtlc halfback while representing West Philadelphia Ilich School: Oroome. former Pathollp High ituarterback ; the Oilmore brothers, former scholastic cen ter and tackle, and a number of new Vlnrome plays the flrnt imnv on their new men. which will make the team even poVinds. at Seventl.ih and Elmwood on , ori, f, miclnblo than in past years Sunday, and ocaln New ork sh. ill bo . Catholic Cnlversitj SJd Tall week and Is sure of maklnir miond htnr mid Catholic High coach, will tutor Five thousand nthletes from Phila delphia and vicinity nre expected to take port in the parade which will be held the same evening ns the banquet to be given October 14 at the Bcllevuc-Strat-ford for those who took part in the Olympic games. There will be n committee meetinz I Mils owning at the Elks' Home. Juniper ami A- , streets, where Charles H. Grakelotv will receive applications from representatives of all athletic and fra ternal organizations of this section. Football teams, oarsmen, horsemen, track men nnd oil others prominent Iu sports nre invited. The banquet, nt which Mayor Moore will be tonsitHiastcr, Is attracting the most prominent persons about town. Included in the list of special guests will be Bill Tilden, world's champion tennih player. All of Olympic team memuei's from una section wll be pres ent, including Miss Irene Guest and Miss Eleanor Uhl, girl Hwimmcrs. There will be several tables reserved for tlie women who desire to attend the banquet. All those desiring to reserve special tables for clubs are requested to notify Louis N. Goldsmith, 201 Rcol Estate Trust Building. Thnve nthletic organizations wishing to decorate their tables with flags and club colors may do "D by arrangement with Goldsmith. Scraps About Scrappers The Indoor season at the Cambria Club will be reopened tonlnht with two elitht. round bouts and three sixes ss follows: Preston nrown vs Tounir Lawrence. Johnny Morran vs freddy Turner JloMw Hunts vs Tony Daniels Harry Krne vs nobby Ilarrett nnd Hobby Allen s Joe Bpenccr. Oene Delmont will "come-back" Into lo il competition at the national tomorrow ih avrnl veara rro thin Mmthl fer.therwelcht R' a Brent favorite at Phila delphia clubi. He will ro on In tne rtnr bout substituting mr tiarry i-nrison. in D.. inm rnunder nralnst Harry Tld llrown Youno; Tom Sharkey vs. Willie Ryan. Marty Kane vs. Martin Juiiite, .nmmy iryer vs ,TBrk Smith and Karrv KM Stewart vs Hobby Wallace nre other numbers l'onr new face will appear on Monday-n nlnht nrorrarn at the 01,ymela-.,"Q,r,n1" filow: art Hobhy Josephs. K. O. Al Miller nnd Arthur McDonald nro to make their first appearance he,re. Stewart wjll tnke on Yount WILLIE CLARK Who will quit amateur boxing be cause lie says the Olympic commit tee didn't treat him fairly Chaney In Hughe)' Hutchinson the star linut. In The semL and Miner McDonald will be the opener. Other Josephs boxes semi, and Miller matchos: Trahkle Rice vs. CJeorele nrown and Tommy eleary vs. Jimmy Mendo. Frank Ilrltton. who Al Jannettl says la the mlddleiveUht champion of Hon Island and Delnwaro county.-Issues a den to Frankle Masulrc. Jacklo Claik and all other IDS pounders. Joe Ritchie the "cuckoo" of Jersey City admits he vin a little off form In his bout hero at the Olympla. Charier Itar has been renilched to meet Little Jeff. Thty will clash In a fifteen rounder to a referee's decision at lialtlmore. October lt. Ithaca, N. "S, Oct. 1. Tho m.stery enveloping tho Identity of the men who will represent Cornell on the gridlrou this fall may be partially cleared up tomorrow when a Cornell eleven will take tho field for the opening game of the season with University of Rochester ns their opponents. Coach Gilmour Doblo, who seems to have succeeded In keeping not only the public, but the football squad ns well, in a state of uncertainty, if not sus pense, as to prospects and personnel of the varsity tenm since practice started September 15, is expected to disclose a few enrds of his hand in the' opening engagement, although nobody expects the tenm that faces the up-state eleven to be much more than a nucleus, of the team that will ploy Colgate here on October 23. or Dartmouth at the Polo Grounds, New York, November 0; Co lumbia nt Ithaca, November 18; or Pennsylvania in the annual Thnnks jiving game nt Franklin Field. Tho new Cornell coach, who has bo come a sort of man of mvsterv to thu undergraduate body, has talked little nbnut the outlook, and u-Iint lie linn said has been c6uchcd in language that may be termeu conservative, it not pes simistic. It is no secret that the three weeks' preliminary practice has been of the miiHt intense ehnroctcr, In which the entire squad has been thoroughly grounueu in iooioaa muaamoniais. Curtis to Play Logan Locan A. A. will close one of Us most successful ecasohs tomorrow wllh the slrons; Curtis Country Club team at York road niii i ouden street. Tho tame will start at 8 o clock. 1TID you ever notiee that n run of fino luck Is often followed by the Tough est fortune you havo ever known? Or that n spell offlnc weather only too often leads to a period of storms, simoons nnd tornadoes? Did vou ever notice, in brief, how life's little compensations even up the game? A Noted Example FROM tho lCth of April to the 15th of September baseball hnd known the greatest season of its record. The two, leagues both hod wonderful races to lure out tho crowd, and one lcaguo had the homo run king of oil times to help pack 'cm in between St. Louis and Boston. Attendance records nt almost every park had been doubled or at least greatly increased. Abd then, with only ten dnys to go nnd not n cloud in tho sky the worst scnndal that ever broko above any American sport suddenly burst Its way into print. This scandal has come ns a terrific blow nt the game delivered Just nt the moment when baseball as an at traction was nt the top rtolnt of the highest peak of popularity. A Now Angle mHROUGH this scandal a now angle was introduced into the scheme of things. In tho American League Cleve land and Chicago started the final week practically tied for first place. Tlie thought in eoch boReball mind lost Monday was this: "Suppose Chi cago wins?" For this Chicago team happens .to be the storm ccntcrof the scandal refer red to. It was oncnlv ehnrged nil through the last world series that the White Sox had sold out to a crooked betting ring not all the White Sox but nt least five or six most of them still with tho club. The series certainly had n phoney look, nnd n sufficient amount of evi dence has since been spilled to show that tho phoney look wns Justified. And yet hero were many of these same play ers branded through public gossip as crooks battling for another flag. A Queer Turn IT HAS been generally understood by most bnM-ball men that" the Chicago club when on the up and up and out to win stands as the strongest team -in baseball today. In Its two main scries against Its two mnin rivals New York and Cleveland It had no trouble in winning five out of six games. It lacked the pitching strength of Brooklyn, but in other respects was im measurably stronger. But the idea of this ball club getting into another world series when five or six of its lending plnyers wero occupy- By GItANTLAND RICE ing headlines' in a scnndal of such pro portions carried a pnrlsylug effect. BY THIS tirao tho ball player can begin to understand the damage that a few crooks in his profession can do to tho entire profession. And the player, from the inside, can protect the gome better than any one else. October 12 OCTOBER 12 will mark the anniver sary of a noted arrival upon this continent. Tho name, wo believe, was uoiumDus. On that same date. 428 years lsis the event will bo celebrated by a world scries ball game, n meeting between Mon O' War nnd Sir Barton nnd a meeting between Carpenticr and Levin sky. This is tho richest sportive dlab w can recall for any single day. If the alert discoverer happened to return we wonder which celebration ho would select? IN THE midst of the turmoil St. Louis steps in with the two batting cham pions Slslcr nnd'IIornsby. This Is the first time on record that any tingle city hos contributed both leaders In the geutlo art of accumulating base hits. KING of the Slmps Any fan who bets on a ball gamo with a profes sional gambler. A NSWER to "Football Problem ' Harvard minus Casey, equals nor vnr", .1 Holy Cross, 0. Copvriehl, 1)10. all Wants twervsd You Auto Know When solution h been sn I led out accl. dentally from your battery )nrs fc MlUtlon of pure sulphuric add ,and dlstllltd Twite? havW a gravity of 130r should be adied. Splltlnc at high speed In a car fitted with a ncuum feed system may be MUNdV stlcklnr float In the tank, by an air le5 In the line runnln to tho inlet manifold or tank r runnlnt to I the I.'rerr motorist should iturtv th. .ji.... ment of his car's carburetor carefully so ho ll know how to make the mixture tlrher or leaner ns the occasion may require. Then he should gradually close ths needle valve to the point where the explodlrur eharrs pops back through the carburetor or the motor shows slms of not runnlrur well. Then the mixture should be made Just a bit richer by a slight turn of tho needle valva control. Indiscriminate use of water of forty to fifty pounds' pressure on the running gear Is not so detrimental when skillfully don Hut ns many car owners do It, it Is harmful because dirt, crlt nnd other corroilve mat ter Is forced Into the wheel bearings. Often too, water lodftos In cretlcos about ths bear ings and produces rust, which ultimately af fects the proper operation of these Important parts. .. If 7oii nre rent fussy about your tires and have left your tire gauge at home, take out the foot rule that presumably you always carry In your tool ohest, and measure the distance between hub-cap center and (he tread of the properly flllod tire. If the dm- moro air; If It is longer, out. let n little air jggB81 .hnwlnc In lt flt hom game, which should I M vut Wul 5?,w In 2 victory for Hill MacDonald's rn. the M est V al f-r itihnit,h taAten by Pennsylvania Mil- 'I Mo seheuu -Itary' College: the ; biys are not dlsmajed and . M,.luKhUn 1 qultn anxious to hear er?,?.nnoem fim nil tcnin desiring this splendii builders. attraction Prnctlee I held nt Slier . Vact""7f thi Hrldfgburif eleven , s. heduled f K?Cla.t .vntn off and R.. notified all his msn u d" " -'.S'i "it. .":.i,.'i" i eopwin- "i-.'IVV fVniiiMacD onad's nni the m est ainut. loum. '!.?. .- (..... V.u I,AnuVluana t.l 'I'l.n ..'.l i .wl 1 1 I A 1U llltitir, nrPnillfl(l fl till KfmirV f'"i" "'I tenin-i desiring this splendid vujod Playgrounds, und .ni.v right. tho former Yule star, U coaching the c!eon and Is being assisted by Art Geraghty and Walt Iloffey. who lust jeur plned center nnd enptuiued the team. The manager enn be reached at 20 North Pifty-fourth street every evening until 8 p. m. Phone Belmont 1024 W. Leonard-Drltton Bout Tonight Cleveland, Oct 1 The ten-round boxing contest between Ilenny Leonard, champion lighlnrlgh' and Jark Ilrltton, chumplon welterweight, scheduled to be held at Amer ican League Park last night, was postponed until tonight because of a heavy ratn and fold wtather. K. O. Al Miller s. Arthur .McDonald Tommy Clearr vs. Jimmy .Mendo 1'rankle Ulce vs. Ororgiv llrown DOUBLE WIND-UP . iirfiiiEV .i'SJJRX.- HUTCHINSON v. JOSEPHS 8 nns. 101'NO ANDY WAT' TFlt (OOO) CHANEY vs. STEWART Beats on sale now, Olympla Rox Office, at Walton Hotel Uuffet, llroad & Locust To make a Rob4. Burns Cigar IT isn't : dear v hard to make a, Robt. Burns -when you know how. wn.i.. 1. Miv MrrMntrlnr HI. jrmw" ,- iir i El.. .nrf heilda all tho stars already an nounced ay he has at least thrse mora that ho will sprlnc In time for tho nenlna; iirae one week from Sunday, when football trill ba revived after an absence of nulte a Jew j"ar at IUchmond and Orthodox streets Itebart v.111 usher In the season on Hunday By traveling to Itossmere Pork. Lancsster. ami Playlnir All-Lancaster. Captain Johnnv v-.lsji will take his strongest team to oppow .h.J?lle stars. Ineludei In the Lancaster iin.ui will be Jly n. or j-Tanann anu iiar- Jine-up wi ,..., ltvnhiirir Anderson Mall fame; Mark, of Oettyi si Btown. of Jfercersbur, Iu tittle. AU-Amerlean i tckle and .Remmy lulls- pom al "-1 U"'"- 11 k -rnii-B,n'Sf-'.'ui -. Vn.rhlnrr Ewin. are elatvd vno oi aa ' ,M. rlvaala. who r coaenimj e,wi .'ft V3Hlw '"& proiWta t having; FOOTBALL TOMORROW rranKiin rioiu, j i. rn. i UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA i bucknell University I Reamed srnts, HI. SO ond SI. Admission, SOr, On stle nt (JluibUs und A, A, Office, Frunk tin Field, EEP FIT st Via ' -T . Exercise at Herrmann's Physical Training Institute B. F. Keith's Theatre Use lull Havana leaf for the filler. Bring this Havana to an engaging mild ness by skilful curing. Wrap with neutral leaf imported from Sumatra. Employ handworkmanship throughout. The result is a Robt. Burns cigar; provided you have also at your command the buying resources and manufacturing experience of a "Genoral Cigar Co., Inc." WWWWWWWW'VnWW Hard Gamea for Brldctburg Drldesbura will play both Saturday and Sunday this week Tomorrow afternoon at Wihmond and Orthodox streets the decid ing game In the series with Kddystona will be staged Knowlton or Mugulre will hurl Flesh Reducing Body Building Boxing taught No punishment Hand Hall Courts Private Lesion Rooms TItnATMUNTS 0 A. it. to 0 P. M. PHILA. JACK O'BRIEN p. E. for. mih & Chmtntrt.. Rpruce 1040 fnr thi. visitors w hlle Manager Ed t'a.U.,v will use either Vols Olock or Friday On Sunday the American League All-Stars will bo the attraction. Etory player la aa American League regular. POLO Saturday, October 2 3 P. M. Philadelphia Country Club WOODSIDE PARK General Admission, BBc VOU HKE HEAL FjniITH AT THE "NAT." XNAT1UINAL. A. A. T.ro-" oo sATimnAY.ooT. i Uobby Wallace . Harry Kid Stewart Jimmy lrer vs. Juc.k rimltli Marty linns vs, Martin Judge Young Tom Njiarkey vs. Willie Ilyan Harry Klu llrnwn s. Oene Delmont TICKKTft AT noSAflHV'H. 33 . Ilth I SHIBE PARK IUHEIIAU TODAY, 8 P. M. AUuetics vs. Washington Ilrsrrvrd Heats at OlmhtU nnd Hpaldlngs fAMBRIA ATHLETIC GMJII VUYloIvirt K,.n,nctl)I1 ATri t Homerset I1IIA.1I IM'KNIMIt rlllMV & i ' FIimAY T5VENINH OCT, 1HT. , ,i.,OJttJCNU AIJuXA SUU' 'l&TVkAAfdZ CZS&A- Col. NATIONAL BRANDS ft MOk Distributing Branch 1147 North Fourth St., Philadelphia . 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We have them In B, 0 and D widths, sizes 1 to 6, for ?3.65. red those same quality $J.65 'Tis a Feat to Fit Feet jfim&im The Big Shoe Store . 1204-06-08 Market St.' -l-i-iHP- :r- ." tojlUi-- .'oiiVV KSyw3!