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EVEN.ING PXIBLIO LEDGEIl-PHIlTADELPHtA:, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920
teG LANDtS NOW HEAD OF BASEBALL, BUT FOOT PHILADELPHIA REMAINS THE SAME
lT " ir j& "vfct " . s f n c - v t -"
WILL MEET SA TURD A Y
play-Off te Decide the Intercollegiate Soccer Cliampien-
ship Will Probably Be Staged in Tigerfewn.
Ice Heckey Players Practice in Morning
According te reports nt Pennsylvania
his morning the red and blue
,ece team wilt mm I'rlnccten next
Saturday afternoon In n playoff te de
cide the intercollegiate championship
In that sport. 'While it has net been
j,fintely decided where the game will
v i..M It 1m almost certain that the
.eneef .e contest will he in Tiger
town. Conch Stewart, of the l'enn
tram Is no' averse i0, PyliiK the
TIkcm en their home loam provided
kfv de net play en their regular hoc-
field which he nays Is net lit for the
n!lng a championship game. The Geld
ft el.l te be uneven nml full of stones
fiat renders fast soccer impossible und
SlVht result In Injury te the nUyen.
Should 1'rlnceteu agree te the de
mand of Coach Stewart the game will
be "tB"l I" Tlgertewn nt 8 o'clock
Saturday afternoon. .Penn would pre
fer nlarine the game en a neutral field,
tat Princeton fs unwilling. Havcrferd
and Merlen have been suggested ns neu
tral fields en which the game con d he
Saved te bigger crowds than would be
Enren te Princeton. It is said that the
linn management offered the Tigers
ulf of the gate receipts if the game
M, held en Franklin Field. It was
it first proposed that the, gnme be
rliwd en the Phillies grounds, but the
Uli park had been previously secured
by professional football teams.
The students out Pcnfl'wny are all
iiek our the heccer game nnd would
throng Franklin Field or any Held near
this city. I'i",f 'cnr the lied nud Blue
tun en the champlenHhip without
touch of n fight, but this year they were
forced te show their best wares te finish
in a tie with the Tigers. The fact that
iccccr N a major sport nt the Unlvcr
lity and that candidates for the team
numbered at the outset of the season
nere than 100 has made it next te foot
ball the most popular fall ;sport.
Comparison of Scores
Pcnn's O-te-3 victory ever Havcrferd
last Saturday is compared by her fol
lowers with the 4-te-0 victory scored
eyer the same eleven by Princeton, nnd
they feel that the title cup will repose
In Houten Hall. Havcrferd plaers
and tu.deiits are a unit in declaring
that l'enn has a better team irnd should
iln iu the play-off. Coach Stewart
thinks that his aggregation is in better
form at present than they have been
any time this year and is confident that
they will bring another championship
Lee, the little forward, whose bril
liant work during the last few games
las been the outstanding feature of the
team's pin) , is rated as one of the best
goal kickers ever te wenr the Red and
ltlue in the sport. His kicks nrp se
swift and se well placed that it takes
aa exceedingly efficient goalkeeper te
prevent a cere. Blnk Itinghnm, a vet
era! of three jears, shares the hcerlng
limelight with Lee. Like Ilinns, the
captain of the team, Hinghnm is u
Philadelphia product, having learned
Bis soccer nt Frunkferd High, cap
taining the ( hnmpienship eleven of that
school hewral ears age. Ilinns played
JOCKEY CLUB PLANS
TO ASSIST RACING
' Plmllce Officials Willing te Devote
Surplus Earnings te That End
Baltimore, Dec. 7. The Mur.vland
Jockey Club, which operates the I'lin I'lin
llce race track, nnnuuiu'es its willing
Beis te devote its surplus earnings ever
whatever rituni upon its investment
the fctute racing commission sees fit te
Hx, for the deicle.in.int e." hoi si' lined
Ing nad for lirpreveincntH for the com
fort of the patrons of racing.
Rvelutii!iK te this effect ere
adopted nt the annual meeting of the
clubs slot khidders caterda
The stockholders concur in the view
"adopted in Kngland and France, nnd
often HTpressnl here, that the racing
of horses is en institution for the de
velopment of the breed of hrr.-es, rec
ognized ns nn essential industry of the
eeuutrj nnd for the amusement of the
public rather than for the profit of
the race track owners, '
Moere Stars at Ice Palace
Jee Moere the International amateur speed
champion found eome Improved opposition
In the third set of amateur Ice skating races
at the Ice Palace last night and managed
only te win one of three races. Monre wen
the 2:0 sards, finished second In the 880
5rdi after a tame finish, and was forced
te withdraw In the two miles after going
two-thirds of the distance.
220-jard dash Wen by Jee Moere: second,
Johnny llnueweith, third. William Murphy
Time. 51 4.5s. , .
880-yard dash Wen by Wesley Decker BJ
yarda), second, Jee Moero (scratch), third,
William llrelsted (85 yards). Time, lm
58 8-3a .
Twe miles Wen by Leslie Doyd (25 yards);
tfcenii, JntiiiP llonKeuertli (50 yards): tnlnl.
Wtaley Meeker (SO yards); fourth, Henry
Nlebuhr (80 yards). Time, Om 45 l-5s-
YOU AUTO KNOW
In adjustment of the brakes the rear
wheels should be Jacked up and the hand
trakea -t just tluht eneush se that one of
th wheela will turn by hand.
Dullness of the heed Is brought about by
the ucileir of the heat from the cnulne, but
la mule were by washlnns when the heed Is
pet. The only solution of the problem la by
"Vina; the heed lined with asbestos.
It la possible te prolong the life of the
, aterai biltcrj by lielplni It a little In win
ter if the engine is cold ulie thu crank a
puarter turn b.'feru ualnir the starter. This
"Mens th u-rlp which the. partly concealed
en has en the pistons ar.il calls for less
Trent from the battel y.
Weed nked In the maklnir of battery boxes
Jn t nud- acid proof by pnlntlnR with a
jnmiire of sU parts oel tar and twelve
parti realn Melt these Inttredlents together
an iron kettle after which eight parts of
5"!1' Powdered brick dust are stirred in.
"int hile the mixture Is still warm.
In turn of the medm cars, the enulnea
J,V K'Wl that they w 111 run about four or
ieur and one-half times a fast as the rear
Mei, when In hlBh speed and when In the
,tiS.,p?'1 ,ne 'nglne will run about three
il?m .'"!'" tha" whe In high spd, e'
ik. ?"' te fifteen turns te every turn ut
thJ..Hee" Thu" thB Prepelllnn effort Is
Is. in ' "l car CBn be driven only about
"na-lnlrj as fast
teM i. Tv" ,erch ,hal can e carried in the
ln ini. "! en "ma" emersency solder selder
aifnal. ,'M",h.B". I.pctrle wires and ter
ran h. lr 'n .fM1 V1'' ml' leeX". tc.
ands iTad".,Jem u "hnvlng stick holder
hit Self'.0', '" nr WH et waste. The
l''": ! "tuffed Inte the can and a
'a Thl"?,'hi df,n,k,.u!;ed ? lrohe1 u ,ou"d
can bi, !,?"", '," IlKhl"! "Hh a match and
Maiains i ;S?l",hfl1 hy rutting en the lid or
ireunS8 ivlh,hn,e'1 nd lnst the wall or
""m Sa lnuu' lld !" put en ,n
tout"! l'!S"in,.l re"P t positive and
eat,v;,',;wl J" ?eprJ,,,nr. ln a B,nr-
'' ThU uI"i,,Vy ln ft vl", or "P"1"1
'a whlin mk.h'Jp" ,0v. ftralBhten any
"vent daSiJSi bt,"htly warp-d, Te
b cemVr?..K- XZ th "'"t?" "Peelally
" r. Vnnn "Wl b' u"d' ' the
(!.. .. ",newn In the 1 lustratien ih.u .
? beaFd e? ih.", ,h,er,e 1".net ch',n
nt Northeast High before entering
Pnt Spencer, a veteran of four yearn,
i'l reported te have been the subject of
n conference between Penn nnd Prince
ton ever his pessib ineligibility, Dur
ing his freshman year Spencer made the
vnrslty nnd has been playing ever since.
The rule that restricts the playing of
freshman and these net having a one
year residence, however, was net made
until the spring of the year in which
Spencer started te piny, and he Is
hence said te be entirely within the
Coach Oeerge Orten, of the Ice
hockey team, is pulling a Johnny
Helsman with his hockey players.
Starting Oils morning, the entire nquad
will work out two mornings a week en
the ice nt the Pnlace. Wednesday is
iTie ether enrly morning practice day.
The players will arrive at the Palace
at 7:lfi, and will be ready te take te
the Ice fifteen minutes later. Practice
will continue until 8:10, when the
playerH will hustle back te the campus
for classes. The morning practice Is
necessary because of the large number
of Independent teams using the rink
during the evenings,
Lee de Kern, the cress-country
runner, Is proving a find for the goal
keeping pest en Orten's seven. Al
though he has played the game In and
around his home in New Yerk, in his
prep school dnvs, De Kern has never
seen any varsity competition, but in
t ',te of this he has shown consider -i
le aptitude fpr the swifter brand of
i e game and should fit in as a rcgu
1 r. Captain Pringle, Kearns, Jeffreys.
Cook, Miner nnd J. A. Scott, in addi
tion te De Kern, nre the seven men
expected te compose the varsity team.
Fourteen ether players were retained
by Conch Orten after his first cut in
the squad yesterday afternoon.
a. N. Hensen. n former University of
Minnesota bexlnc star. Is mnkln ft strenij
bid for a place en the Red and Blue team
In the 125-pound class llensen, who prepped
at Shattuck Military Academy, according te
Coach Decker hr.s the makings of a real
Coach Ieclter llkrs the work of flye ether
new men. who reported recently for this
year's team. L.. C. Hensen, who hall" frum
I.lttle neck. Ark.: N. U. Clark Zersky.
Mlllener. a Wllliamspert lad. and BurrlB.
who claims rittsileld. Mass.. as nls home
Mike O'Dend. erstwhile middleweight
champion, worked out en Franklin Field
and In the boxing room yesterday afternoon.
Aftr looking oer the college boys going
through their k, Mike said that quite
a few had the .... xs of real boxers.
The frrshman swimming team will swing
ing action this week with two meets. The
llrst lakes place en Friday afternoon, wlti
Olrard College In the tatter's peel, while
irn- West Philadelphia High Intcreeholastle
champions will be met Saturday afternoon
.n Wulshtman Hall.
I.nd Wray, Heinle Miller and I.eu Little
were Franklin Field visitors yesterday after
noon. I.ud Is suffering from a sere flnjrer.
which Mil er and Little insist Is due te his
rapidly approaching old ace.
PRAISE NEW RULE
Western Conference Followers Laud
Compulsory Numbering of Players
Columbus, O., Dec. 7. Football fel-
lowers in Columbus nnd the Midddlc
West today lauded the action of West
ern Conference officials in making the
numbcing of nil big ten football plny
cr compulsory. Eastern gridiron fans
ucxt season will have the satisfaction
of seeing Indiana and Chicago beat ins;
numern's in their games nt Harvard
and Princeton, respectively.
Minnesota nnd Illinois offered about
the only Opposition te the numbering
movement among conference teams this
fcensen. .Tust before the championship
match with Ohie State, Conch Zuppkc
finnlly agreed te number his players. He
also said he would number his team
next year if nil ether big ten coaches
would de the same. The result was that
the rule went threuiv'at the Chicago
meeting by a unanimous vote, as Min
nesota gave her apprSval nlse.
Fenirtt still Is the hlcli lleht for the
Flelshcr Yarn Athletic Association. "Fosale"
played a Rllt.edge i?ame of baseball all sea
eon and new la out for basketball nnd soc
cer. This lad played ln the Caire came
Thursday, helped his team te victory en
Saturday in bare-knee togs and was out
again Sunday against M. K, Smith.
Willi Marty Rrgan back In harness at the
Dlssten Saw works there should be some
real old dribbllnK again. Four years age
the Tacony squad was one of tha most dan
b'ereus elevens en the field.
Jnhnnv Connelly hns nrranced a strong
bnllday bill for Christmas afternoon. He
will trot out his Falrhlll eleven en Hiber
nian field at Twi-nty-nlnlh nnd Cleartled
St. Carthage- again is staging Sunday
irames with llrst-cluss clubs in and around
Philadelphia I.or.Kmere Is making eoed
heldlnii down outside right for the Cedar
Ceaeh Hutten and llalnbrldge started off
th Ir Junier League In great style en Sat
urday, naming his wlffets after the various
colleges Seceer Is a strenu attraction up
l'enn street way,
Jim Welfendeii hop"" te resume Sunday
games at Cardlncten In the near future.
With lftr Nelan and Dick Spauldlng In
the line-up Welfenden Shere easily gathered
in two points against the Wanderers.
It will leek bnnafaral net te Bee Charlev
niamphln In thnt all-star cast of cricket
players next Saturday. With ft twisted knee
ChR.rle says "I'm getting tee old, let the
ether feller de it."
resident Jehn Fiirrell. of the Allied
League, haB n, son wearing one of the bare
knee togs who Is developing Inte one of the
fastest youngsters around this section.
The Vlrtrlv C, C manager uied Reed Judg
ment In calling off Sunday matches, espe
cially slnce his team Is holding first place In
the West Philadelphia division without a de
feat, Matty Ilynn, who pilots the Ascension
team, nhnu'd net be blamed for the dlsap
pelntment te the fans en Saturday. Matt
had his team en hand and made for a phene
as seen as he found the visiting team for
feited. Temmy Mnlllsen was the recipient of a
neat purse after that exhibition game en
Sunday between Welfenden Shere and Kay Kay
weed. New Captain for Vlllaneva
Vlllnneiii. Dec 7. Jeseph A. McCarthy,
of Lawrence, Mass.. was elected captain
of the Vlllaneva College football team for
next year at n meeting of the varsity
letter men. McCarthy, who plays cen'er, hai
Iv-en one of the mainstays nn the Blue and
White line for the last three years. He
served a year at Camp Orant, III,, afwr
having wen a first lieutenancy at Plaits
burs He Is a Junier In the engineering
Wesleyari Beeks Eastern Cellerje
Delaware, O,, Dec, 7. Ilassball ga ies
e nnd Syracuse have been booked
by Ohie Wesleyan, according te announce
ale lie e Coach If. II, Heuse, of
Wesleyan, expects te make the wisteni trip,
M v "i nnd !!H, He hopes te sign for two
mere gam's. In the eas', with either Union
Celter, CeVate, Nlagmr University or
- '" - ' vv fc
fjmffltwi fj'. , ": i )j.w
Hi:';y's'?K'iM?kT7W'iKl'' nt their home in
WV'S?-'-'M ' 'iJiJ'PRM Vcleck next Saturday night.
Ht.'f'hfS,'iA'4,:kum a football dinner, imsebnll w
iV';,&Vyfl';Af.'i!&ii forget as fiddle Cellins,
Uf'ftL.,ffll&mfflr'Mi of the Chicago Americans,
ti ',, ?:? ';",4,''?:X KKx'l of T.nnsdnivne. will nttend.
Six of Thorpe's Bulldogs
Town and Remainder Will
Players en Jim Thorpe's famous
Canten .Ilulldeg eleven, which meets
Union A. A., of Phecnlxvllle, nt the
Phillies' Hall Park next Saturday nft nft nft
crnoen, are arriving here for the game.
By tomorrow night the entire club will
be quartered at the St. James, und en
Thursday nnd Friday mornings and
afternoons the westerners Will work out
at the ball park.
Jee Guyen and Pie Calac were first
te reach town. They came here last
evening nnd Lee Conway immediately
took them in charge. The men te ar
rive here this morning included Hunny
Cochran, Hull Lewe, Iteb Higgins and
Al Fcenev. Jim Thorpe will get here
this, evening or enrly tomorrow. The
remainder of the club is new iu Can Can
eon. L'nien A. A. in the meantime Is hav
ing daily workouts in West Philadel
phia, but en Friday will go te White
marsh, where they will held their final
practice, coming te I city en Sat
urday morning nnd go. direct te the
The game this Saturday is attracting
no end of nttcntinti and is the talk of
the football world. These who wit
ness the clash will witness the out eut
standinc htars of a celleciate "decade.
The clubs call themselves nil-stars, nndJ
tliey are perfectly correct. They nre
all anything one cares te name them.
Fifteen thousand persons saw Can Can
eon play at the Pole Grounds in New
Yerk en Snturday in what Thorpe an
nounced as his final game of the sea
son. It was only after pressure was
brought te bear that he decided te give
the public here un opportunity of see
ing his great team in action.
.NAVY MAY MEET ' TATE
Latter Likely te Agree te Playing
Game In Philadelphia
Annapolis, Mil. Dec. 7 NtKet aliens be
tween the athletic authorities of the Naval
Academy nnd Pennsylvania State have
reachid the point where an annual came
between the two en a hemi -and-home basts Is
regarded as pessib e, thpuah State Is likely
e agree te the plalnj: of the trame at
Phlladelph a as its home centrst
Princeton will play at Annapolis en Oc
ober 13. and the game with I'ennvlvant i
Uate will probably tie plaed nt Phlladel
hla en either October -H or November fi,
Pennsylvania State ued te be a resu ar op
enent e the Mldihlp nen In football and
III meets It In ether branches of sport
It has alwavs Irttr. regarded as one of the
best of the Navi's opponents, and the sentl
ment nmenrf nnai penpu i thit no b tie
mtest could be arranged te alternate with
Princeton as the big frame en the home
rheilule and blir contest away from home
except the Army itame. ,
The Kame atalnst the Military Academy
wl IumcI .uiiilir the .'Mstlnir agreement
en Nevtmber 20 West Point hns the rluht
i) cheese the location and there Is no doubt
that It wl I be N"W Ye-k The game of
Ml'ja Is also covered by this nirreement.
Harvard Won't Play Army
Cambridge, .Muss., Dec 7 Harv.ird will
no' play the Army eliven next scar The
Army refused te p'ace the Crimson eir Its
i.chedul for 1UJ1, the Harvard authorities
said, as the Haivard team could net prom
Is a return eame at West Point In 11121! en
account of a fnculty rull.ig. Fred Monre,
Harvard's Kraduate manager, said today
that It wan probable that the request of
the Unlversltv of Indiana for a place en
next ear's schedule wuuld be granted, the
game te be. played en October R,
Terente Heckeylsts te Play Here
Terente. Dee 7. University of Terente's
hockey team will make a trip across the bor ber
der during the Christmas holidays. The
schedule anneunird today. Minus At 1'ltt.
burgh. December 27, 28. Cleveland. Decem
ber 80 31 nnd January 1. Philadelphia Jan
uary S and i, llosten (If examination de
net interfere), January 7 and s.
Schoolboys Leave for Seuth
llosten. Dee 7 llnveihlll High Scheel's
foetbnll squad numbering twenty-four play
ers and coaches, baa left hee for Jack
sonville, Ha , te meet JJuval High Scheel
en Haturday Haverhill, which claims the
New England championship, will outweigh
Its opponents neaily ten pounds te a man.
Brocco Leads Bike Race
Nmv Yerk, Dec. 7 Ilrocce nnd Ceburn,
who lapped the Held jesterduy afternoon, stl'l
retnln their lead In the annual slx-dav bi
cycle race at Mndlsnn Square Garden at
the end of the thirty-second hour, at 8
o'clock this morning.
Dartmouth Seeks Pitt Game
I'lttnburgh, Dec 7 A drive has been
Ktartf d here ty Dartmouth alumni te have
Dartmouth m-et Pitt en the gridiron. The
llrst of a series of luncheons of Dartmouth
alumni was held at neon tniHv nt " M
plans for cemen'lng the friendship between
the two universities were discussed,
HERE FOR GAME
mM A PRACTICAL XMAS GIFT
$3 and S3.50 MARSEILLES CLOTH SHIRTS
Chicago Americans Star te Be
Guest at Penn Charter
Penn Charter Fchoei's football play
ers, winners of the "P. C." and the
Interncademle League championship,
will be entertained nt a football dinner
by the pnrents of Captain tmiiai.
Stat7.ell nnd Captain-elect Rnb Statzell.
I.ansdewne at 7
ill net be
I)r. Itlchard II. (Jummere. head
master of the school : Mr. Frederick Xi.
Smith, tfslstnnt hendmnster; Coach
Dick Merrltt, Assistant Coach Harry
Presser. will be guests of the Stntzells.
It will be a big event for the Quakers.
Dr. fiitmmere s football banquet will
be held some time in Jnnuary. It is
the first time in the history of Penn
Charter's football that one brother suc
ceeded another ns captain of a Yellow
nnd ltlue tenm.
Vail fe Select Soccer Stars
It was only fitting thnt Fred Vail,
coach of the West Philadelphia High
Scheel soccer team, winners of the High
Scheel League soccer championship,
should be the unanimous choice of the
soccer conches te select the All-scheliiH-tic
teams for the game with the pick
of the Private Scheel League teams.
The West Philadelphia tutor has had
years of experience, net only ns a soccer
coach, but as n student of foetbnll tac
tics. In selecting Northeast High's
field for practice games he was fair te
Frankfort! High and (termantewn, as
well ns Southern High, as the field is
about centrally located. The scene of
the game' tomorrow will be the Klng
cssiiig grounds, and tills contest will
hnve much te de with the final selection
of the players.
The game will be played Saturday at
1 o'clock en Franklin Field. Coach Vail
expressed the hope that Penn and
Princeton would piny off their soccer
tie for the Intercollegiate Leugue cham
pionship en that day.
"Franklin Field would be the center
of interest for the soccer fnns. The
game is having a big boom here. Fully
TiOOO spectators attended a recent con
test, and we have noticed all seats taken
and spectators standing te witness a
big soccer gnmc. There is tremendous
interest in the sport," said CeaMi Vail.
The players trjing for places en tire
team nre :
Central High Shnlita nnd Hansen.
Gcrmnntewn High Tayler, Paff and
Seuth Philadelphia Mobllie nnd
West Philadelphia Oakley, Elliett,
Mcfiinnlss, Ilceves, Wtische, Dough Deugh Dough
ertv, Sensenlng, Linglebnck, Abrnms
Fratikferd High Corsen, better,
McElroy and Thompson.
Officials Te Pick Teams
The All-Privnte Scheel League teams
will be helected by the eilicials of (ier (ier
ninutewn Friends, Friends' Select,
Hnverferd Scheel. Wilmington Friends
nnd Penn Chttrter nt a meeting te be
he'd nt the Penn Clmrtcr Scheel.
Conch A. A. Smith, of Gcrmnntewn
Friends. u-lnnerR of the clllimnlenHhlp.
stnteil that one of the etlicinlH was nsked
te lect n team nnd he refused te de
se. It MiiH decided thnt the only fair
way te pldc the tenm wus te have the
school conches meet nnu tain tue mat
ter eer nnd name the players who
'Itiulify for the hrat nnd second teams,
Ocrmantewn High's Schedule
Mnnuccr Ernest E. Baily Jins ur
ranced n very nttrnctive schedule of
basketball games for his team. Captain
Jehn (J. Lungren will jump center,
while Hurley nnd Uarnagc will likely
play forward positions. Hutchinson,
lust v-ur's tenter, will likely pln guard
with' Held. Schmick'c nnd Hnrrctt nre
candidates with pa t experience. Others
include Maxwell. Itlchard, Carpenter,
Albertiili und Ilruce.
nit Fnlti-i-nuiver is coach of the
. , t... i ....-.. ,.ln,. t.-ltli tlin
"Uin nun n ;'.' '"""'" "'J ,,,",
Timers nnd should turn out a Winning
, Tlie hensen enetis with the St.
Jee gume en .Innuiiry 4 and will close
with Onthellc High en Mnrch 1.
Martlnsburg Fans te Raise $3000
M irtliieliiirs. V. Vii.. Dec. 7. Baseball
fans of this city have arranc.d te rnlse 13000
for the Mnrtlnshurs- club, of the Illii. Itld-ie
League, before the opening of the 1021 si a
inn Plans for public benents for the team
were also discussed.
DON'T FOOL WITH
Keep a bottle of pain-relieving
Slean's Linimpnt handy
'OU necd it when tlip unexpected
rlitniinntic? twinei' starts the pains
and aches following exposure sci
nllca, limilmRe, lame back, sere mtis
cles, stiff joints, neiitnlRin. Forget all
about LminK another bottle nnd keep
ing it Itniidu. didn't ynn? Het it today
you may need it tenightl
This famous counter-Irritant peno pene
trates without ruhhinu nud hentters the
congestion. The pniu or ache is seen
relieved, leaving no plaster or poultice
mussiness, no stained skin. Thousands
of regular users keep it handy for emer
gencythey don't suffer needlessly. All
drupg!Hts--.'l.ric, 70c, $1.40.
NEW COACH FOR WEST VA.
General Belief Favers Successor te
Morgantown, W. Va., Dec. 7. A
new football coach will hnve charge of
the West Virginia University eleven
next year In the opinion expressed here
by persons in close touch with the ath
The reifsen for the belief that
"Tubby" Mclntyre will be replaced is
the fact thnt the athletic beard of the
university recently announced the
Mountaineers' 11)21 sports pregrnm, but
failed te name a foothill conch.
Mclntyre led West Virginia for six
seasons, nnd brought many notable vic
tories te the Mountain State team, but
In the season just closed, the Moun
taineers lest a majority of their games.
There has been much demnnd by stu
dents for n change in the coaching
U. S. BOXING BOARD
Plans for National Dedv SaiH te
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New Yerk, Dec 7. Formation of a
national association te have control of
boxing throughout the United States
win he considered nt a meeting te be
held In New Yerk late this mjnth. it
was learned today.
The proposal is sponsored by the
nrmy, navy and civilian beard of boxing
control, through the chairman of its
general committee. Outznn Hfire-lnm. tlie
fculptar. The general idea is said te
be "heartily Indorsed" by governors
of many stntes.
tnvernble replies have been received,
Mr. Ilerglum Bald, from the governors
of Massachusetts. New Jersev, Colo Celo Cole
rndo. Flerida, Illinois, Maryland and
Smith te Represent Jersey
Atlantic Clt-v- Tint i rtl,i.n,..n tK a
Smith, of the New Jersey boxing commission!
inn ii-m appointer ny tevernnr i;dwnrds te
renresent thin .., l& -.nm,-.. ........-
lien under the auspkes of the ,irm n'i vi
and civilian beard of boxing control In N'ew
in cur, inie mis mentn, Tne convention
has been called with n ievv te organizing
national body for the Improvement and
gencrnl regulation of boxing throughout the
Giants Pick San Antonie
,Jfew Yerk, Dec. 7. The Giants have de-
Clded te return fn Han Infnnln -T ,.
their spring training quarters for the 'sea
son of lftil Tresldent H. J. llensen. of
me mm Antonie ciuii, nas sent a signed
contract. In which the Chamber of Com
merce has agreed te make the necessary
Improvements en the San Antonie park club
house, which was the only thing that held
up the closing of the deal te return te last
season's training quarters. ,
Clash Over Herman's Services
New Yi.rk. Dec, 7. The announcement
that Jee I.jnch and Pete Itermun will box
nt Medlsen Sauirn Garden December 22
bids fair te result ln n llvelv clash between
the International Sporting Club, which holds
n contract for Herman's services till June
2. 1H21. nnd the Madisen Square Garden
Sporting Club, which has announced the
ueui ler tne aoeve uale
Boxers Escape Penalties
Cleveland, Dec. 7. The Cleveland Boxing
Commission at n sneclal meetln
declined te take any action against Pal
Moere, of Memphis, and Carl Tremajne. of
Cleveland, bantamweights, for the can
cellation of thslr scheduled ten-round bout
here ast Thursday night. Tremalne was one
pound ever the prescribed weight, 110
peunas, ai d e cieck ana .Moere, wne tlpee 1
the beam at about 110, refused te concede
the extra weight.
Giants After Portland Outfielder
I'ertlund. Ore., Dec 7 Walter H. Mc
Cred'e, maneger of the Portland baseball
team, today announced that negotiations ere
under vvav for the pun hase of Oeerge
Malsel I'ertund, outfielder, by th- New
Yerk (Han's Malsel himself Is conducting
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TEAM IS NAMED
Stoddard, Milburn, Hitchcock
and Webb te Represent U. S.
New Yerk, Dee. 7. America Is te be
represented in Englnnd next June by
n sextette of clever, hard-riding, ag
gressive pole players, when the Inter
national rhamrilenshil) ir.ntches nt the
famous Hurlingham pole field are
played. I.enls R. Stoddard. Themas
Hitchcock. Jr.. J. Watsen Webb nnd
Devereux Milburn are the regulars se
lected te represent this country. Charlet
O. Rumsey and Karl W. Hopping will
be the substitutes.
It Is probable thnt the line-up will b"
In the order named. In the senior
championship, held la-U autumn nt
Meadow HroeK. I,. I., i-Me-hlnrd played
at Ne. 1 en the Keckawav team, whl'e
Hitchcock, vvebli and Mlimirn played
at Ne. 2, Ne. 3 nnd back respectively
en the Meadow Itroek quartette. Hum
scy played at Ne. 1 en the Meadow
Hroek team, while Hopping was at Ne.
2 en Itoekaway.
H. L. Herbert, secretary of the I'ole
Association of America, announced thnt
fifty ponies were being shipped te Eng
land, and that they represent the equine
factor of the game nearly as ably as the
players de the human factor. Tim
ponies will be conditioned nnd trained
from the time of their nrrlvnl by n
corps of capable attendants, se that
when the American plnyers arrive next
spring all will be In readiness for seri
ous practice te begin.
Herbert said that grounds nnd stables
have been obtained in Knglnnd. where
the ponies are te be taken and practiced
until the season enens. Practice is ex
pected te start next April. According te
.Mr. Herbert, there is no such tiling as
underrating the competition the Ameri
can team Is expected te met In the
Hurlingham mutches. The HrltNh plny
ers are known te be topnetchcrs, of the
very highest caliber, and their ponies
nre about all that any pole enthusiast
could desire, all of which insures a grand
battle for international supremacy next
Banquet Johnny Evers Tonight
Chicago, Dec. 7 Chicago fans will wel wel
ceme Johnnie livers, former second baseman
and new manager of the Cubs, back te the
told with a rrmiuet nnd home-coming party
here teilnht. Iteservatlena lndlcate that
close te 1000 will attend. Much Brnilnc-i-tlen
was expressed by Evers ever the receipt
of the signed contract of Grever -Cleveland
Alexander Werd from Pitcher Jim Vaughn
Is that he expects te sign his new contract
Favers Sharpe's Return
New Haven. Dec. 7. Writing from And And
ever Academy, where he Is new coach
Trnnk Clulmby, formerly Yale baseball cap
tain and head coach, said yesterday In h
V .' Vrmnl WecW'v that Yale Is, ten ears i
eenina tne times in loetouu ana that t e
i .mi ast season had no system, no patience
He savs that the Hits must wake up und
get an up-te-date mnn te lead them He.
' " the return of Dr Albert Hayes
Champions at Shere Benefit
Atlantic City. Dee 7 Jack Dempey and
Ilmnle Leenard. heavj weight and light
weight champions of the world, respeetlv-eiy,
e .aid t" bnve consented te appear in a
great benefit boxing show for the Atlant'c
City Heme for Convalescent W.i diee. ti,..
champ'e-'s will probably engage In exhibitions 1
Willi iiieir Himrruig parirt-rs r;a filallerv,
the nchtlng pel Iceman of Philadelphia, has
also eOi-ert n s services.
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SIXTY FRESH OARSMEN OUT
Largest Tiger Yearling Squad Prom Prem
ises Fast Beats
lYJnceten, N. ,1., Dec. 7. The first
day of winter crew practice for the
freshmen eight at Princeton brought
out sixty candidates for work en the
machines, the largest dqiiad of year
lings that has ever turned out se early
In the season here. Conch Hpneth nnd
Assistant Coach Fltzpatrlck. who will
hnve charge of the youngsters, said to
day they were much pleased with the
The coaches ere planning te develop
two eights for the coming season, one
of which will row ngainst the freshmen
beats from Ynle, Harvard and Cernell,
while the ether will be prepared ex
clusively for the freshmen race at the
American Henley. The spring sched
ule Is considered tee hard for n single
eight of first year men.
Coach Spaeth said the tentative
schedule included a triangular race at
Ithaca en May lil between the Prince-
ion, laie nnd Cernell freshmen, an
other with Harvard at Lake Carnegie
en the following Saturday, and the
American fieshmen Henley ever the
new Harlem river course en June 14.
Harvard te Train at Atlanta
..Bn;,',d'' PCC 7. The Crimson base.
Jnrtn-'.Vi i"'"1,.0 te Atlanta 0., for
spring training. It was announced last night
The authorities of Oeergla Tech hav. n
fered the Harvard team the use of the f,a?e
ball diamond and the gymnas'um during V
stay at Atlanta which will be but four or
Ave days according 'e plans, and games wm
be played with Georgia Tech, University "if
GCrKJ?,?,nd.?,';e,;R,,lv letherpe UnlverMty
The start will be made April 10 nnd nn
th return trip n game Is scheduled vvUh
Columbia at New YerU en April 23,
Sixty Teams Seek Cage Honors
Kansas C'ltj. Me., D,c 7 .March 7 in"i
has been tentatively selected as th. dot,
,fnL.cpVll.1,f th" nnnuHl basketball teurSa'
ment of the Amateur Athletic Union. Th.
tournament was awarded Kansas city whin
the Union met In .NV Orelnns Mere thaS
sixty teams, representing all parts of tn.
country, ure expected here for the teurna'
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HOPPE WINS AFTER
AN UPHILL BATTLE
World's Billiard Champien De
feats Welker Cochran,
400 te 370
New Yerk, Dec. 7. Willie Heppe,
holder of the world's 1B.2 balk-line bil
liard title, defeated Welkcr Cochran,
of San Francisce. 400 te J170, in thf
second game of the final round of the
titular tournament here last night.
Cochran wen In the afternoon from th
ether competitor, Jeke Hchaeffer, et
San Francisce, by a score of 400 te 388.
Heppe went out In the twenty-second
inning with en unfinished run of
thirty-four, nfter Cechmn had taktn
the lead in the previous inntng for the
first time by n score of 370 te 30(5.
The champion played dellberntcly and
was sure of stroke when confronted
with difficult situations, but did net
npnreach his usual standard of play.
In his second turn Heppe get n clus
ter of 101, ended by a difficult masss,
and in the seventeenth a run of ninety,
en which he tripped up en a short
The score :
Heppe 10. 101, 22. 8, 24. 0, 0, 2. 1. G,
27. 0. 11. 0. 0, 2. 90. B. 10. 31, 11. W.
Total 400 Average, IS 4-22. High runt.
101 DO, 84.
Cochran 0. 3, 41. 86. 11. 2.1. 0. 20 34.
0. 1, 20. R, 1, 0, 3'1. 0, 3. 32, 2, 92, 0.
Total. 370 Average, 10 18-22. High runs.
92. 41. 30
Cochran 88 1 30 0 32 10 7 84 51 8 IB It
1 H 0 0 in 0 43. Total. 400. Averags.
21 11-10 High runs, R8 84 M ,....,.
Scharffer 28 n 9 1 O 4 8 BO 44 92 7 83 t
ftfi 0 r, 3 0 2. Total. 338. Average, 17 7-l.
High mis. 92 SO 44
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