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5REA0V FRESHMEN PROVE BETTER ENGINEERS THAN fHE SOPHOMORES ON GRIDIRON BY 34 TO
Penn Basketball Captain Injured
In Game Agafn9t Temple.
Every member of the Pennsylvania
Wrslty five thnt engaged In last nlftht'n
fame with Temple suffered nn Injury.
Flrit of all, the Hed and nine, after
no of the hardest fights they have had"
en the home fleer since the Penn State
fame last season, tripped the quintet
from Bread and Berks streets 24 te 10,
Danny McNIche, brilliant guaru mm
eaptaln of the Ked and Illuc, Is per
haps the most seriously injured. He
fcroke a small bone In his right hand
during the melee that took place seven
and a half minutes after the second
naif started. Seme ene cracked Danny
en the eye when Penn students were at
tempting te break up what looked like
a free-for-all when Huntzlnger was
knocked unconscious by two Temple
players as he attempted te sheet n Held
goal under the basket. Danny swung
THldly In defending himself and landed
en some one with such force as te break
bone. His hand was tied up and he
tamely resumed play, though suffering
Intense pain. He was forced te turn
the foul goal sheeting ever te Hunt
singer. Huntzlnger early ta the first period
rtcelved an elbow In tLe nose that forced
him te take cormldernble time out until
tht crimson flew was stepped. After
that the game became se rough tlint-it
get away from lleferce Kelly, the Kost Kest
rn Lcague official, in his first Inter
collegiate league game.
After the game Docter Hancock, the
team physician, had n busy time tving
tin the Injured list. First of all Mc Mc
Mlchel, then Huntzlnger, whose hip
ivas badly bruised, and finally IteKcnast.
whose shoulder was se seriously hurt
that he could hardly raise his arm after
yXhe game. Al Vegclln bruised his leg
and Meuradian turned his ankle.
The game was one of the roughest
ver seen in AVeightman Hall and might
have resulted In serious trouble had net
wise 'heads atpeng the Penn students
cleared the fleer when a free-for-all
fight seemed Imminent. Frem the tap
off It was plnln that the two teams were
net exactly trethcrs but nothing serious
developed until Huntzingcr received his
bloody nose. Frem then en there was
considerable pushing and shoving that
culminated In Huntzingcr being knocked
unconscious That was tee much for
the Penn players and in the argument
that started students from both schools
en Wintry Linlts
Ily HANDY McNIDLICK
PROSPECTS for an exhibition golf
match of unusual merit arc premised
In the proposed tilt tomorrow (Friday)
The plans arc te stage an amateur amateur
pre battle between J. Weed Piatt and
Geerge Heffncr, two of the outstanding
amateurs of the district, against Jack
Burke and Morrle Talman. These In
terested want te piny the match at
Burke is the sensational Philadelphia
bred pre who finished In a tie for sec
ond place In the International battle for
the open championship of the (United
States this yrar at Teledo, while Tal
man. pre at Whltemarsh, holds the low
mark for the reconstructed course there.
In view of the undercurrent of rumor
'which still persists that Whltemarsh
will bid for the open next year, a try
out by such a mestcr of the game as
Burke will be doubly Interesting. De
tails of the match, if it Is te be played,
will be completed today and announce
ment made In time te give PhUddclphla
fans 'a real treat, It Is hoped.
In wtnninc the famous News of the
World match play championship for
professionals abroad this year, ADe
Mitchell has proven beyond -the shadow
of a doubt that the old "triumvirate,"
"Varden, Tayler and Brnld, which held
world-wide sway for se long, has been
displaced by a new trio, Mitchell, Dun
can and Ray.
Earlier in the year it was stated In
this column thnt this was threatened,
that before any of tint championships
were- plnycd British fans nlready ex
pected as much, and the developments
ef the year have made it a fact.
Duncan wen the British open, Buy
wen the American open, and new Mit
chell has finally ceme through te the
premise he has threatened for mere
than a few seasons.
Tayler declared after the great West
ward He! tournament that he had done
with eemnetltlve golf, though he has
DlayecK since. Varden declared en his
return te uriuim aiuuu wiu rumc um-n.
Jim Braid alone Is silent ns a grave;
he will be the last te capitulate te anj
enemy, however relentless or powerful.
But these last-mentioned three,
heroes In se many talcs of golf history,
plaudits of the throngs ringing in their
cars, laurels of the pust in their brews,
are fading into the tradition they helped
tnnkcrnst from the nlnnacle bv the mere
youthful and powerful conquerors of
Varden, Tnyler and Braid will ncvir
b forgotten, but evee these who bowed
down te worship nre new turning te
the newest monarchs, Mitchell, Duucun
and Edward Hay.
UNION A. A.
ut the Phillies' Park en
Saturday, Dec. 11
Ttraerved Beats, II BO. j, i.'.se.
Admission. II Tickets can be
bought at Conway's, 213 (4 U.
ll-e.) fllmbels. Hpaldlngs
NATIONAL A. A.
11T1I b CATHARINE HTKKKTB
HATHItDAY KVKNINO, imp. 11
Artie 0'Leary vi. Gus Franchetti
Benny .Valger vs. Jack Russe
3 OTIIKK ST AH MOl'TH
T1CKKTH AT IWNAHIIi'S. 83 H. UTII ST
College Basketball Saturday
WE1UIITMAN HALT., HH5 P. M
V K N N B V I. V A N I A
M IT II L k'n II H It (1
Penn. Frnhinen vs. Phil. Teillle Nrhoel
Tll5 P. M. Ilanelng After (lime. '
Itesrrted seats, St.OO at (Umbel's and A A
nmee Keanklln-KI'M. Admlsalen. Bn el.
DARBY FIRE CO.
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A BROKEN BON
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-ENDS SIX-DAY RACE
Riet Call Brings Pbllce and Ambu
lances -Twe Arretta Mads
New Yerk, Dec. 0. The mutual six
day bicycle race In Madisen Square
Harden came near breaking" up In a
frcc-fer-nll fight early today, when a
sound which some described as shot
startled several hundred fans. Hie
fielit whleli ensued held un the race ter
twenty minutes nnd resulted In n riot
call for police and ambulnnccs.
Alter quiet hail ticen restored uy wv
eral squads of police a survey of the
battlefield reve,afcd- only a few miner
casualties. Twe were nrrestcd. At 8
a. in., the eightieth hour, Brocco and
Ceburn still fed, with 1304 miles and
7 laps. The Byren nnd Stachle com cem com
blnntlen dropped out at 5:10 a. m. The
record for eighty hours' rIAing Is 1388
miles H laps, made Dy ueuicn nnu
Orenda In 1014.
COBB TO MANAGE TIGERS
President Navln Will Offer Him
Contract at $30,000
New Orleniw, Dec. 0. Ty Cobb if
going te mnnagc the 1021 DctreltTlRcrs.
The rnntrnet which will give T.ms
complete authority ever the players new
under reserve nnu tnese ie ee pur
chased, may be signed In New Orleans.
Frnnk J. Navln, president of the
Tigers, mny come here for a final con
ference with the Georgian, or meet him
at ills Augusta, Gtt., home en or before
The salary he . Is te recetvc no
doubt will be In the neighborhood of
SJIO.OOO per season. As n prUnte Ty's
annual pay from Detroit has been
mentioned ns ranging from JJl.'.OOO te
COLLEGIANS PLAY HERE
lee Heckey Stars Meet Quaker City
at Palace Tomorrow ,
The Celleginns, nn nll-stnr east of
former college ice hockey slars, will
oppose Quaker City at the nmnd public
Ice hockey game at the Ire I'nlnce to te
narrow night. The Morgan heekev
team was erlginnlly aeheduled, but lack
of practice forced them te call It off.
Captain Stephen A. Dinn, eeneh of
Quaker City, has a strong combination,
ene that right new Is the mnvt seasoned
of any In the Kast. The girls' ice hockey
teams of the Merien anil Philadelphia
Cricket Clubs will appear In a public
exhibition before the Quaker City-Collegian
Princeton Wrestlers Here Feb. 19
Princeton, N. J.. Ic. P )u facheenleln.
of UMtlmere. h!e known n Amerlcm. aa
eumtd his dulle at Pr n-eten today as
wrentllne coach. Prlncel. n la takln mere
Interrat In wreatllng- hiui vtr Mere, and
the call for candidate br unlit out a aquad
of aeenty.fle mi-n. amenc nhem are aev
eral veterana. The achnlme as announced
fellow- D'cember 1". I -neklyn Peljtenh.
nlcai Inatltute. at Prlnr ion. January 18,
Columbia, at New Verk tJ Army, ntweat
Peint: 1!8, Staaaachuaetta Institute of Tech
nology, nt lTlncetnn, !' unry ID, Pennsyl
vania at Philadelphia: 2rt Harxard at Cam Cam
brldire: March 0, Yal" m Princeton; 11,
Sprlnnfleld at Princeton IS and 10. Inter
conciliates at Princeton
Layten Leads for 3-Cuehlen Title
Chlcwre, Dec. 0. Th light for the na
tional three-cushion billiard title today had
narrowed down te a rare lietween Rebert
Canncfax, title holder nnd Jehn Ijten. of
St. Leula, former pocket Millard champion,
and only recently an naplnnt for honera In
the anjrle same. The tournament ends to
night. Lattnn leads 'he four plajers In the
final championship round with a record of
two games wan an 1 none leat, and was
scheduled te meet Cannefax tonight Victory
for Lnvlen tonight will ghe him the title,
while Cannefax mum win te een gain a tie
for the championship which Inctudes a 11500
cash priia and a l-lne n nr silary. In
caae of a lie, 11 will b- plain) ort tomorrow.
Giants May Play Indians)
New lerk. Dc. V 1hi New Yerk QlanH
may meet the Ce land Indians, champions
of the world, In we gamea at lenat during
the spring training in It n learned
today, .Manager Trls .Speaker, of the In
diana. In a letter te thn Giants' headauar-
tera, asked for gamea between thi two teams
at jJauaa, Tex . Man n iu ana m sec
retary Joaeph D e llrlen tentatltely ac
cepted the datea pending the arrival of Man
ager McOraw from Cuba
Te Lead Missouri Qrlddera
Columbia, Me.. Ie u. Herbert Dlume,
of Webster On" 'le haa been eleeted
captain of the Missouri University 1021 font
ball team. He was a tackle en the team for
the laee two jears
Secures Race Track Concession
hun Dlnce, f nllf . Dec. 0 The Mexican
federal geerummt has granted a ten.year
exclusUc race mult concession In Lewer
California te th. Lewer California Jockey
Club. The con nlen was awarded by Gov Gov
ereor M. llalartze about a month ugn, and
was then forwarded te Mexico City for the
approval of th federal government.
FIFTY REPORT FOR
Tiger Squad Will Werk Out
Here Until Completion
of Own Rink
Princeton breueht n yeune amir of
nsplrlnp; Ice hockey players te thU city
for their Inltlnl practice of the year at
the Ice I'alncc. Onlj: two rcRulnrs were
Iu the party, the "known entries" re
maining nt home. The Tigers leat only
three men from last year's squad, and,
it) audition te last venr'n remilnrH. hnve
an i-xpcrienrrd group of candidates.
.uerc man nity men have reported for
Ice heckcv nt Princeton, hut. Artlnir
Mnnncrr .1. II. Inecrsnll hrninrht nnlv
eighteen along. The squad was coached
h.v I.. Iy. Maxwell, n regular Inst ear,
and he sent tlie boys through a half
hour grind, then scrimmaged them for
n. L. Maxwell and n. Halght were
Inst car's regulars in the party.
ivmeng ine canuiuatcs were 11. U.
llroekc, W. II. Droeke. Jr., T. K.
Drummond, U. Gould, Jr.. nnd O.
F. Tayler, all preteges of the 8t Paul's
Scheel ice heckcv heme: .T. II. .Trwctt.
of Hill Scheel; V. S. Wcnhem. from
l'emrret : J. H. Harxctt, P. O. Beattie,
It. V. llroekc. H. M. Cuylcr, F. V.
Lincoln, .ir. w. H. JIacriicc, T. C.
Penncy. J C. Tailor nnd J. II. Ineer-
The veterans new in college who are
aIIwIKIa fall.,,.' . A ft Ifnn. T r.M-
l.,A,ll. .VI, 1,1. .&. j ..Itu.. . . ,-
cernn. K, h. Kcycs. Dick r.hret and
.Inck Tnllmnn, The three leit hy grad
uation were Tem Itnlelch. Art Terry
nnd Sam Hell.
Princeton will return here enrly next
week for another prncticc. They will
net he nhlc te tiie their own covered
rink until nftcr the helldnys. In the
meantime they will work out at the Ice
The Penn squad hns been cut te sev
enteen. Mummer Htntck nnneunccd
thnt Conch Geerge Orten had the bes
out ngnln nt 7 :II0 this morning. The
next prncticc will he early tomorrow
night. Penn lias n let of green material,
nnil wiiat tney need most Is prncticc.
Ynle. Princeton nnd Harvard nil liac
tlie advantage of getting their material
irem prep schools, where Ice hockey is
the major sport.
YOU 4UTO KNOW
A new car needs te be tuned up and
If yeti wish te Uesp your tires from break
ing; deun quickly, avoid running In street
car tracks. '
Tire strains can be prevented by turning;
corners slowly, upplylnc power and brakes
Corrosion wlitrh forms en connections nnd
hattertea can be remoed by the use of am.
In n pinch, a pJece of old Inner tube
makes nn excellent hoae cot-nectlen for an
Mawiltiftt la useful for removing grease
from tha hands, a dry rubblnr belns; all that
Sqneaks In the cylinder Indicate a lack of
oil, which should be Immediately Introduced
through the relief valve or spark plus; open.
In cleaning the windshield and airy ether
Klass en "lour car, remember that warm
water and vtneiar cut the dirt from the
Klass ery easily, and that ordinary clean
newspaper makes practically as geed a drl.T
aa chamois or waste
M. KAPLAN'S SONS
for Xmas, tlie Gift of -Gifts
QJOM15T1IINO that every well-dressed man will appreciate. Yeu can't
help but please him If you see our enormous storks. We've set etery
rite and coleur known. l!ach shirt Is full cut, hand pressed, correctly nlsed
They Are' All Broadcloth Silks, Silk
Crepes de Chine, Silk Jerseys
Positively Reduced from $16.50 & $18 te
Values Up te $3.50
mMall Qrdera Premly .FJJm Xn
Spcaltcr Saves Heme
Griddcrs Frem Defeat
Hubbard, Tex., Dec. 0. Manager
Trls Speaker, of the Cleveland In
dians, showed his home town yes
terday that he could toy with the
pigskin ns well as the baseball. Trls,
who' is Hubbard's Idel and only claim
te national fame, intercepted n for fer
watd pass and saved bis team from
defeat. He played with the local
American Legien team against the
"town" team and the score was
0 te 0. Trls took part In the game te
help the Legien fund for a new club
PLACE BAN ON BOXERS
Mutt Have Other Meant of Support
Oakland. Calif.. Dec. 0. Boxers
wishing te enter contests In Oakland
will have te present credentials proving
permanent means of support ether than
boxing, the city ccaincil of Oakland an
Thn action fellows tic recent nreni-
bltlen of all boxing bouts by the beard
r.1 annerviann of Hnu Francisce, where
it developed that certain professional
followers of boxing have been implicated
in attacks en young wemtn.
H0PPE TO MEET H0REMANS
World's Champien Billiard Expert te
Vm Vftrli Tien fl.lnrmfll flrrsnire.
ments for two championship billiard
.l.l... l.nlnan Wlllln ITnnnn wnrlrl'u
champion, nnd Edeuntd llereinans, Hel-
;lan expert, were nniicipnicu ieuny m
n conference between their respective
represeninuves. i-ropenn rnurii iur n:
mntch nt 18.1 nnd one nt lft.2 balk line.
Hercmnns heught exhibition matches
with Wclkcr Ceehrnn nnd Jnkc
Srhncfcr, competitor In the tournament
wen vcterdnv by Heppe. but the west
ern plnycrs already lind planned te leave
this nltcrnenn ier nnn rrnncisce.
Anndunce Tiger Heckey Datet
rrlneeten. Dc. 0. Princeton's hockey
schedule was nnneunced today as follews:
January 8. Fordham nt New Yerk: IB. epen:
.".'. Yale at rhlladelphla: SO. Harvard at
Cambridge: February in. Yale at Ilojten: 2J.
I'ennsylvanla nt I'hlladelphla: March S
Dartmeu'h at rhllsdetrhla. Until the com
pletion of the new rink here.1- la planned te
Send ine nectrj- n-iu'i'i i" "",'""".. .
quently for practice In the Ice, Palace, night
..... t t t- Prlnr "n aevena ere ca i
dldatea for the team. They are Corcoran.,
. Iiiiivrhi Kiiht Merrli. Mitchell, Tall-!
man and t'aptnln Mnxwfll
Vaughn Quits Tacoma
Taroma, ah.. Dfc. 0. Hebby Vaughn,
former Princeton UnlWalty and big leaEii
pl'cher. announced today hat he will net
manage the Tacoma team of the Pacific In
ternational league again nett aeaaen. Club
officials today began overtures with IWt
Drnhain, first baseman en the team, for the
Noted Race Herse Dead
I.eilntten, Ky Dec. 0. Jeck Atkln. a
sl'.e.en-eaf-n1d hnrae by Sain El Hatade,
one of the leading thoroughbreds and aires
of the last decade, died at Henktnsvllle, K.,
eaterday. He waa owned by White and
Oarnett. who bad recently refused 110.000
for him. They bought him from the Ilarne
fVhrlcher estate when the horses of that
hreeder were fold here.
Scholastics te Meet Vlctrix
The fiermantewn Bchelastlcs will play
their second Sunday game at the end of this
week, when Vlctrlr will lie met en Klker'a
Kleid. The game with Hely Name, which
reaulted In the Hchelaatlca' only defeat of
the aeaaen, la regarded aa unfortunate, )et
almost neceaaary toward the Improvement of
the team aermantewn'it llne-up may tw
shifted, but the men will be replaced by
Shirt Stere in America
Ladies, Give Your
Husband or Sweet
heart a handsome
10,000 $1 Cfl
That Were $3J0 and $L00
THORPE TELLS HOW
TO KEEPIN SHAPE
Exercise and Careful Seloctlen
of Feed and Drink Big Factors
In Condition, He Says
Several hours of renl workout every
week, plenty of dnlklng or golf In be
tween and geed Judgment In eating nre
the mnln factors In n mnn't) keeping In
flrst-mtc condition nftcr he has moved
Inte the thirty te fifty year section ef5
his life, says the greatest all-around
athlete In this country, Jim Thorpe.
Thorpe, who Is In the city ns the
lender of the Canten" Ilulhlegs, the
crnck Independent football team, Is
thirty-four jenrs old nnd In ns fine
shape ns when he wns ten jenrs younger.
He gives the credit te exercise nnd the
free use of "the old benp" en mntters
of entlng and drinking.
"I have been In training pmctlcally
all the time slnce I wns sixteen yenrs
old," he snld. "During my jenrs nt
Carllile I played en every kind of team
they'had football, baseball, basketball,
track, lncreisc and filled In the spnrc
time with n few miner sports.
"I worked hnrd nil the time tough,
muscle-grinding work. I wns ready for
anything nil the time.
Value of Kxrrtlses
"After I left school I followed nth
lctlcs ns, the wny of making my living.
At Cnrllsle I lenrned the vnlue of regu
lar exercise and clean living. Ne nth
lete enn smoke nnd drink and be t his
best, and certainly no business man,
who tins net the nthlctc's chnnce te
work their effects out of his system can
handle them without harm te his con
dition. "When n man moves Inte the sccnml
hntf of bis scheduled number of jenrs
he should net give up nil the cxerclse
nnd sport he took iiart in ns n jonnger
ninn. It Is my opinion thnt a mini needs
about five hours n week of rcgulnr ex
ercise of the sort thnt brings out per-
S for $1.00
Jim Thorpe Net
Ready te Retire
Among ether famous football men
nrrlvlng here for the big gnmc Snt
urday afternoon Is Big Jim Thorpe,
former Carlisle Indian who leads
the Canten IJulldegs. Thorpe was
busy from early morning until late
last night meeting Intervlewers and
prominent men of the city. Seme
person asked the great all-around
nthlete if he Intended retiring after
the present season en the gridiron.
The giant athlete laughed In his
boyish manner nnd made It known
that as long as he get se much fun
out of the game he would play for
many mere years. Calac, Welch
and Ouyen nre with him nt the St,
spirattnn. Let Tflm perspire freely.
Ker his outdoor exercise walking nnd
golf enn't be Improved en. The only
objection te them is that te get thor
oughly tired In that wny a man has te
gie about three hours of his time.
Matter of Diet
"Half of a man's life Is his stomach.
Hating Is a habit thnt can develop into
n bnd ns well ns n geed one. A mnn
In Inter life especially should cheese his
feed with enre nnd ent tlie things thnt
his bnbits of life enable him te assim
ilate. The mere he exercises the mere
feed nnd the grentcr vnrlety he enn
hnndle. The trouble is thnt tee many
men who de net get enough fresh nlr
nnd exercise get tee much te eat.
"Frem twenty -five te thirty Is the
prime of a football player's career. Uy
the time he Is through college he has
learned the game and knows hew te
usu his head and make every move
count. The best foetbnll plnycrs nre
the ones who are playing nftcr their
four years en college tennis.
"There Is no rensen why n mnn
should net be in great Bhape after he
hns passed thirty und even forty. Like
the foetbnll player, he should have
learned te use his head and de cidc what
things nre geed for him. Use of geed
Judgment about the kind and quantity
of exercise nnd feed will keep a mnn
fit nnd strong until long after the time
most people regard ns the prime of
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CATHOLIC R FIVE
Purple and Geld Basketball
Team te Open Season at
The Ilemnn Cntlielic High Scheel
will open Its bnskctball sensen tomor
row nftcrnoen, when the Ilrend and
Vine nthletcs trnvel te Merchantville,
N. J., nnd play the high school five el
Conch Illllv Mnrquard has hnd the
Purple nnd G-old squad practicing tin
Inst two weeks In the nlldltiirium of the
school. About thirty cnndldntcs for the
two fives hnvc been working hnrd In
order te gnin positions en the tennis
Mnrqunrd hns net picked the line-up
for the gnmc tomorrow. It Is probable
however. thatic will use the following
men: Ceffev nnd Deyle, forwards; Mc
Nnlly. center, nnd "Jlggs" Donehtit
nnd Legnn, gunrds.
It hns been decided te held the home
gnmes nnd prnctlccs In the nudlteriuin
el the school. In enler te no mis u
wns nccessnry te move the benches nnd
te put In n ennvns fleer.
About thlrtv gnmes hnvc been bonked
by Sfnnngcr Yetinnn. the majority lieln;?
nwny. I'lght gnmes will be played In
the Cntlielic League, four nt home nnd
Gnmes In the auditorium will be
plnjcd In the nftcrnoen en nrceunt of
classes of the Knights of Columbus in
the evening. Other games nwny in thr
Cntlielic Lengue will be plnycd else
where en Snturdny nights.
Among the tenms en the schedule nr
rnneed bv Mnr.ngcr Yetmnn nre gnmet
with IUdlev Tnrk High, the mnlerity
of the public high school fixes. Atlnntic
City High Scheel and nil Cntlielic high
schools nnd prep fives.
There nre about ten candidates fight
ing out for places en the seoend team,
and no one as yet Is sure of n position.
Among these out for n berth nre Ken
nedy. McAvoy, nnves. Sheridnn, Cox
Fit7gernld nnd Sachem. v
Mil n UMI
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TO HOLD INTERNATIONAL
RING CONTESTS HERS
Leading Amateurs of England aid
America Will Bex Next Menth
New Yerk, Dec. 0. An International
boxing carnival between the leadlig
amateur middleweight and heavy- .
weights of Knglaiid nnd the United''
States, te be held here next month, will,
be the Initial International contest in
n sport series which premises te make
Unless there is an eleventh -hour
change In the plans, the bouts will
bring together the best amateur middle
weight and heavyweight boxers of tl
I'nglMi and United States armies ani
Star College Hurler for White 0x
fnr pitcher of th Iowa State Tcclr'
nllrfte nln for svrftl Braemi nnd til
tftln In 1019, hAfi alKned it contract L
the Chluiffe White Hex, and will Jein On
tfum when It leafH for the southern train
Iriir c.inip next aprlnir. Jonremen la new !
r-attd nt Outtenburir. la where he la super
intendent of dthoels.
Regatta for Peughkeepkle
New Yerk, Dec. 0 The annual Intarcol Intarcel Intarcol
lefflnte resatta wljl be held nn the Hudsen
rler near I'nuxhkeepala next year, after a
Inpsn of eteral )eara. It was learned aeml aeml
efficially hern today. Th event waa held
en l,Ake (.'aus;a. at Itharjr. last year, and
lurlnc the war It waa auapended. It waa
Intimated that the Naval Academy crw
will ti Invited te participate In the ril
Suspend Boxer for Attack
I'lttabursh, Dec. 0. An Intsrnatlenal-la-terclty
hexlnr allow will he held under tint
auspices of the A A. U. here en Saturdat
uUht between boxers from Canada ant
nttabursh Frank drayber. a middleweight,
uhe was te take part, haa been Indefinitely
auspended by thn Allesheny Mountain branch
of the A A. U. for an alleged attack en a.
referee nt the cleae of the Greater Pltta
bursh champlenahlp matches here laat weak.
Levlnsky Leses en Feul
rnrtlnnd. Or.. Dec. I). Hey McCorrnlek,
llR-ht-hcnrywelirht champion of Hnsland. re-
I of l'hlliulelphta. en a foul In the seventh
tnund or a. smeuuied ten-round bout at a
Milwaukee arena, laat nlsht. Up te the
seenth round McCermlck had a sllsht shade.
The foul ag declared unintentional by Le
vlnsky Pacific Fleet Eleven Disbands
Hen Frnnclare, Dec, O. The football team
of thn Pncine fleet of the United State
navy la dlahanded and will net play Netra
Dame College here en Chrlatmaa Day. aa
tentatively scheduled. It was announced to te
ri i by I,leu'nant Commander ICaveney, U.
8. N., according- te the Ban anclace Chron
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