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EVENING- PUBLIC LBDGEEr-PHILADBLPHIA", FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920
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AMERICAN SIMON-PURE
'20 GOLFERS SUPREME
Had Edge on British Amateurs,
up Chicle Evans
Ily SANDY
THH international golf Invasions ami
rnuntprlnvndloriH of tlio tinst scaRon
jitrnlKhtPned nut finally with tlio bulfip
In fnvor of America In tlio ninnteur
realm nntl tlio Imlnnco favoring Great
Britain In the open clininplonxhipFi.
Ted liny won tlio Aincricnn open nml
tinnriri. Dtinenn the Ttrlt IkIi title. Amor.
rn finished second and fifth, respec
tively.
Hay, the Drlton, led Harry Vnrdon. n
fellow- countrymnnj I.eo DIcroI and
jnfk lliirke, liomcbrcdn. and Jock
Hutchinson all tied for M-coml by n
Inorln stroke at Toledo! where the
American open wns held. Tiny scored
29. stroltes.
Dlenel and Hutchinson both hnd lonir
putts on the seventy -second hole for
birds, and a tie with liny, but both
putts were missed, nnd Itny took the cup
overseas.
For the amateurs, Chick Kvnns tied
with Jim Bnrtics for sixth nnd seventh
rilnces with 208, and Hobby Jones wns
rlosc behind, tied with Willie McFnr
lane, the pro, nt 2flf). Wnltcr IIiiRcn,
who was'deposed ns champion, tied with
Clarence Hackney, the only pro of the
Philadelphia district clubs, to qualify.
That had 1102, splitting eleventh and
twelfth places.
IJobby Comes Cropper
H.nd l.n.1 itinnnHmn micifrwl Tft,K.
JJ.UMO Hl"l ... ....l.K.V "l. ".VI. 4JWI.UJ
Jones from the western amntcur, Win
ning l'H. CVl'Ill, II1UUKII .HIIIU.H llipiliri'll
the medal with a sterling enrd of 111!)
strokes for the thirty -she -hole qualify
ing round.
Their piny in the western nnd nn
tional open mndo them itrong fnvorltes
to win the nntionnl amntcur. which wns
played in curly September over tho
Engineers' course nt Iloslyn, h. 1. Half
the qualifying round wns played nt
North Shore. Bobby Jones lived up to
his rcputntlon 'by tying for the mednl
with Freddy Wright, nnothcr youngster
and Massachusetts champion. They tied
Rl ill U"hW, H'-.w,
A feature of this round was the fact
that only four Britons entered quail-
HCU. HTIllSI! V.HUIIHFIUU VJ'III A.,. IIT.t,
Itogcr Wcthcred and Lord Hope failed.
Tom Armour, Scotch and French ama
teur champion, uiu me men, mil wns
beaten in tnc iniru rounu uy r nun-is
Though nearly all the Philadelphia
i l nd.n,l ilm nlnp sin It flvn nt
,i .. llfln..! T- nno n (itin elinu'inc
however, nnd J. Wood Piatt, in par-
tlcuiar, lurnisneu sunn: ji uiu "
snectacular playing of the event. Three
, . fAi,.tnn tttulnv In fhn mnrn-
uowu 10 i'niuiivv .... w "--: .
ing of the first round, Piatt turned
the tables on his conqueror at Shawnee,
1 up. ... ,
Two down in trie morning to wuvu
il l,nnn(r Tlnrr ttlilVPtl
Kome of the most remarkable shots of
his young life to oust the champion.
2 and 1. Four down to Ned AUIs in
the third round, Piatt nil but won tho
watch, thirty-foot putts by Allis nlone
keeping Piatt out of the semifinals the
noxt day 'wnerc nu wuum .. -
Chick Kvans. .
i'liui ruiim, iiki '"i i ..
drew n crowd nt bis heels every day.
He was the only player irom i-iiiumi-i-phla
to reach the third round, nnd was
it big boost for this city's golf there.
lloflner Shines
n TTnrFnnr nil hut bent Tom
Armour in the first round by n wonder
ful comi'bttcK nttcr ueing Dnuiy uowu.
Hoffurr lost on the thirty-sixth hole,
3 down. ... ,
Meredith Jnclc. .-Merion. gave iiniura
t,..i. - i..i i,an,tnit In tho firnr. round.
ht n,,lm,.t hont tlio local man soundly
in the second round. Marston lost to
Phil Carter the lirst day.
i,-u nn-.ln. A ...nflniiti rnnnor-im in
nuu villi unci. ...... .v.... """"- -"':
the British umatcur, gnve C. B. Cirier,
Canadian cliampion, a Hire iul-iuk hi mc
first round, 0 nnd 7. There were many.
-...(. lnn mnmnntu 111 till. nlHV fill
I11U' PAl'lllUg lliuiin.uin ... w... ,.- --
week nnd the climax come Saturday
hen Francis uuimec, .uuer ucuhhk
:nhKr Jihiph ouite thoroughly, met
:hiek Kvans in the finnl.
Evans finished the morning last nine
In .15, got to the turn of the nfternoon
ti ,'!4, nnd played the twenty eigntii m
l bird -, wnlcii gnve nun a uuui ui i
.trokes for nincteeu consecutive holes.
nil ink toiik mi a rnmnage nnd. ns
Ouimet said later, "nobody can bent
him when he's on n rampage. The
dfnson ranking would place Kvnns first,
linnet seconu aim iumn uiuu.
t.-i- nnn in. PKllnrlnlnlitn (.linrftv
afterward to plav ngnlnHt nrdon und
liny Wlta uuriun iu ucnu, o.
thounand fans naw somo of tho best
1 nf !, i.nnr linrn Hint flnV AftOl
being 4 down in the morning the British
pros won the mntch on the last green In
the nfternoon.
The day In-fore they bent JacK uo
bens and D wight Armstrong, the pro
amatcur pair, at Huntingdon Valley in
brilliant match before a great throng,
and followed up with n win nt Aroni-
""Amateur Sports
The FrnnKlfn Printing Co. has or-
Iganlzcd' two teams from among the
employes of its concern and is ready
iror conmetitlon with tlio oe nrsi
land second clnss teams around rhila-
Edelphia or in tho nenr vicinity.
The first tenm is formed of the fol-
lowing well-known stars: Schwartz,
jorraerl.v of Central lllgli. and uavis,
Kvho played on Frank Poth's Nnvy
i nru nvii several years ago, paired ui
the forward nosltloiis. Morton, the
tap-off man, formerly played with
The South Philadelphia Hebrew Asso
ciation. Kagel, ex -lours Truly star,
una uoltz, formerly ot I'ricnaru, arc
me guards.
The second five lines up with Burko
nd Welsh, forwards: Summers, cen-
er; Fisher nnd Sburlock. gunrds.
The mnnnirement would like to book
games with all clubs, hnvlng first nnd
second fives. Harry Abrahams. fil4
itidlow street or 2408 South lilgntu
trcct.
Coim Mi.v .iafAati.il ll'lMwnnrt tha nthnr
BlBhj nt tho form-r's hull, by tho ecoro of
I to in. npinnn-v nml (TnmD starred fur
I he winners,
Luxor H. c.. a third class trnvelinir me
VOUld 1I1(h ti. nrrnnvn vami with teams Ol
Its caliber, Harry Cutlor. 4002 I'oplar street.
I reerlrMi C. (!, Jrs, desires to hear from
Ipurteen-nfte-n-yonr-old homo fives. Martin
viiuams, hit west Kors sirwi.
fit. Amlrmvi. Tint, nt thn llro'herhood
lijnie. desires to arranKo names with home
Fiuvs oavinir nrst ano: secona ouuneia. .
"rn, 2oo Mouth From streei,
l'loneer C. 0 of Kenelnirion. would like
arrange raines with teams between the
btw oi twelve la fourteen years uiu -.u-
ra email, S3iu Kast UTioKer sireei.
Atmuni'tiitiftn n. fi. Healresi to book icames
with thlrtetn-fourteon-year-old jiavellnu
Hve. Herbert Ijavinport. 1038 Mountain
ireei.
Larch wood n. C, would like to nrranue
jnaa wlh eiMir,aAn.nltAAnviar-old homo
ulntet. Wllllain Itoban, 8000 Cedar avenue.
Clrmont A. O. wishes to schedu'e contests
ntn second clrms nves, oltner at nimo or
wy. Ilarry Hchoch. law Carpenter street.
Hlllrnwtu til tl.nma n annnrl lAKH tralel
nr Ove, Is desirous of booklnic Kamea with
ms or Its caiiDer, mierinK ii,i
nrmninAi m I'nnan tin iihuoluiid bii cits
Ht. I'm-iiu i t n i,ind or third class
"vellnir quintet, would like to book games
i" teams or Its clues, onerina ir nr
.iiiMB. 'Gliomas Iioyio. liuu niaio nini.
Cooro II. n would like to sohedule con
? with all fourteen-sUteen-year-old trav'
JiiUf teams. I.awrenca Commerton, si.
orth Twentr-afahth street.
Alva) CI. n has nmn dates In February (or
has open dates In February lor
: barlnir halls, and om
eriiiK ,nri -
;.H": ycilltam J, VIr, i
1 ttmt.
800 vest. uan-
but Pros. Abroad Made Clean
Ranks No. 1
MrXIIUJCK
""Ink the Inst day of their visit here,
when they bent Walter Hc.vnoId.s and
mntch play of tho lirst slxtcdn, where
Another Medal
Previous to nil this the Hhnwno'.
IJuckwood event was held. Piatt won
tho medal with a fine 77. the onlv one
in n fust Held to break NO. Plntt
plnycd somo of his best golf of a bril
liant summer there, nvcruglng close to
i per round, only to lose on three
Ktymios In the finnls to Maurice Itlsley.
I lip Intter demonstrnted his class nt
Shawnee by triumphs over Frank Dyer
and J. 8. Worthlngton previously. Ills
ley mnde n grint showing In the tour
nnment senson nnd hnlves third nnd
fourth plnccs with Hoffner In rnnklng
for the senson.
Cecil Cnlvcrt's brllllnnt dny wns n
75 to win the mednl nt tho Hnln four.
ncy, which hnd one of the biggest cntrv
lists of Its popular history. Mont of
the starH of the district got In the
mntch play of the first slxtcn, where
Fred Knight nnd Wnltcr Reynolds hnd
some brilliant rounds nmoug others.
But Plntt beat them nil for the final
trophy. After Knight beat Clnrey
Piatt nosed out J. J. Beadle on the
eighteenth 1 up : Plott trounced Knight
In the semifinals and Reynolds Bent
Hoffner. .
Reynolds hnd always found Plntt a
puzzle In the Inst round. Piatt pulled
the "impossible" shots with nbandon
on thnt rnlny nfternoon of a wet tourney
and took the cup over Reynolds slip
ping sticks. 0 and -1.
By Two Strokes
Tho next tourney not previously men
tioned was the invitation seventy-two-hole
medal event at Merlon, preceding
the Lesley Cup matched. Plntt bent
the nil-star field with a totnl of 311)
strokes, two better than a tie for second
between Max Mnrston and Maurice
Rlslcy. Mnrston won this latter play
off eventually. , 4 .
Scvcrnl stnrs of the vnrious stntc
tennis competed for some of tne prizes.
nip Lesley Cup mntelies were repicie
with thrills. Pennsylvnnln, the chnm
plon tenm, repented. It drew n bye the
first dny while Massachusetts and rscw
York battled for the right to play the
Kevstonp team In the finnls.
Francis Ouimet. Massachusetts,
played voung Peter Harmon, whom the
New Yorkers "sacrificed" In lend-cft
position. It ennbled the New Yorkers
to shove dowmnll along the line nnd win
out, but Harmon did just as well ns
nnv one else ns n pnee-mnker for
Ouimet for the Boston stnr blnzed
through a round of 08, a marvelous per
formance at Merlon.
There were three extra -hole matches
both days. New York beat Massa
chusetts when Jess Sweetser took over
Fred Wright on the twentieth hole with
n par 15 nfter both hnd muffed n shot.
Pennsylvnnln bent New York the
snme wnv the next dny by the snme
count when Plntt wound up tho third
extra-hole mntch of the dny on the
nineteenth with n mnshle stone dead
for a bird .1 against Gardiner White.
Herron nlso repeated some of
Ouimet's brilliance by going ten holes
of his round in thirty -three strokes.
Lays It Bend
Piatt made it unanimous over White
bv playing in his first out-of-town in
vitation tourney later. He rode over
K. Mortimer Barnes, J. Simpsou Dean,
Oardiner White and finnlly Tom
Armour in tbe'finnls nt Nassau, win
ning the tournament and n lot of prnise
for his golf this yenr in the metropolian
belt. v ,
Plntt wound upMhe season with o
brilliant bit of work during tho fnll
tournament nt Atlantic City. The local
eliftmplon won the medal by brenking
the course record with n 74. He plnyed
the course as rearranged, went to the
finnls, where he got nnothcr nick In
Mntirice Risley, the "unbeatable cham
pion." there, by winning the final
trophy. 4 nnd .1.
Plntt wns beaten in only ten matches
of fifty-three played lst season. His
..n-n..u 11'n.n nlnrni Tnrntnn TTnfT.
ner, Donohue, Towksbury. Itlsley, S.
Tones, Armstrong, Allis nnd Rotan.
Among the better players he beat were
Ilorron. Armour. Hoffner (three), Rey
nolds (twice), Clrant. Frnncine, Risley
(twice), Knight, White, Bnrnes nnd
He" scnreclv missed n local tournn
nirnt, taking his chance day in nnd day
oat with nil the rest, regardless of his
reputation ns city champion. Including
ills club championship, he emerged with
olght tournament wins, finalist in three
,ind runner-up in two medal competi
tions. He won five qualifying medals,
two of which scores were course rec
ords; never fniled to qunllfy In any
event and went to the third round of the
national.
If that unsn't enough glory for ono
lone, twenty-two-year-old golfer in n
short span of six months, it ought to be.
Wireless Phone to Flash
Details of Cage Game
Pittsburgh, Dec. HI. Tho result
nnd brief details of the Pltt-Ynlo
basketball game here tonight will bo
(lashed over the eastern section of
the country by wireless telephone,
college officials announced here to
day. Two electric companies of the
Tittsbtirgh district will Install wire
less telephones in Motor Square
Onrden, where tho gamo will be
btuged.
A wave of sufficient power to
carry news of tho game to wireless
telephone receivers throughout Penn
sylvania, New York, New Jersey,
Ohio, Michigan and other border
states and Cnnndn will be used.
"Bat" Nelson a Licensed Referee
Vcw York, Dec. 31. IlattllnK NelBon.
former llchtwcmht boning- champion of tho
world, was irranled a referee's Itoense by the
Vow Vork state boxlnir commission. NeUnn'a
career as n ItKhter endod several years ao.
Tha commlsslcn also Rrunted a license as
referee to Al Reich, heavywolght.
Columbia Retains Chess Title
New Vork, Dec. SI. Columbia success,
fully defended Its championship title of tho
V; H Y. P. Chess Leairua by win
ninir over Princeton In tho llnal round on all
four hoards. Tho local colleelans won two
matches, drew one and had a Bamo total of
9V4 won and 2ii lost.
Hockey Under Way In Cleveland
rlneUwl. ' 1)0" 8l- The Cleveland
hnrkiv team won the first of a three-same
series from the University of Toronto team.
B to , hero lust nhfht. It wus the Inau.
gural naino of the season.
Bethany to Play Dartmouth
IMhany. W. Vo., Dec. 31. Dartmouth
Colleso and llethany College will meet on
the arldlron at Hanover, N, 1L, on OctoU;
IB next. Dirtmoulh offered llethany tha
Tlpers Tripped by Chicago
ChlfMO, Dot. 81. Tho University of
ChloBBO nve defeated Vtinntnn. IB to U.
htra In ' InterjUitlonal baskstball
game tnU,e.non.
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Americans Win
Back Davis Cup
Continued frnm I'iicr One
Patterson showed a complete reversal
of his yesterday's form nnd plnyiW in
excellent style, eontrnsting strongly
with Brookes, who seemed to tire.
Johnston appeared to be slow and
failed nt critical moments to follow up
bis service.
As the second set began Johnston
seemed to have tnken to heart the les
sons of the defent administered to him
nnd Tllden in tho first, nnd when the
Americnns won on Brookes' service at
"three, all" the power of the Yankee
pnlr became npparent. They followed
by winning two straight, and. after
losing one, ran out the set. In the
later gnme.-i of this set Johnston's vol
leying wns superb, while Brookes' wus
crrntic.
Perfect Play
In the third set Johnston never
missed a point lu the struggle, nnd he
nnd Tilden dominated the court, carry
ing the nttack to their opponents every
step of the way. Brookes mulled some
apparently easy volleys, while Patter
son reverted to the medley of errors
ho committed in the singles. Tilden
wns nn idenl partner to the dashing
Johnston, und the Americnns went
through to victory without losing n
single game. Patterson seemed to huvc
lost all his confidence, even In bis
overhead shots, and he fniled to smash
even easy tosses from the Yankee
racquets.
TilHcn nnd Johnston gnined n big ad
vantage nt the opening of the fourth
set by wining the first game on Pntter
son'ti service. Then Johnston and
Brookes served and won. Tilden lost
his service, but Patterson loit his by
weak, hesitating piny, giving tho Amer
icnns n lend of H to 2. Tlldeu nnd
Johnston then went nhead and needed
but one gnme for the set, when Brookes
won n love game on his service nmld
the npplnusu of the great crowd, Johu
ston, however, came through with a
wonderfully served game, which wns
savagely met by tho Australnsliins, who
were now nlnyiuc desperately. The
gnme stood 40-15 when Brookes scored
witli n fine smnbh nnd It seemed the de
fenders would Iks nble to weather the
storm. Brookes, however, was benten
by tho next berved ball, returning it
- . . .. .. '.I . . ,, .
ucross the baseline. lth thnt bnll went
possession of the Davis Cup.
Tilden nnd Johnston were modest in
victory. They walked quietly to
net, where they were met by Brookes
and Patterson, who congratulated them
heartily, as the throngs that had wit
nessed tho stirring match cheered lus
tily. Bolow Form
Throughout the entire match Brookes
wns below his usunl doubles form. Ho
plnyed well, but never reached the
heights he attained iu past teunis
battles.
Johnston deserves much of the credit
for tho American victory. His service
games were won by lightning shots to
the weak spots In his opponent s armor,
nnd his drives were certain winners
where there was tho slightest chanco
for n brenk-through. In many volley
ing rallies ho bent Brookes by sheer
merit, but nt times ho wns slow In
going to tho net.
Tllden did not show ns scvero n Berv
i ni im fliisheil in tho singles yester
day and he was not nt Ills best nt
doubles. Ho often was out of posi
tion, but extrlcnted himself from bad
situations by the brilliancy of his
strokes.
Tho Americans formed nn unques
tionatily superior team, Brookes and
Puttavson being much below the form
they exhibited ut Sydney Inst Jnnunry.
Patterson wns frequently caught In the
back court during rnllies, nnd his
wenkness wnsTelzed upon by the chal
lengers. Brookes attempted In the Intit
two sets a play often used In seni -mixed
doubles, dashing in successfully
on many occasions, but against such
ployers ns the American champions his
efforts were futile.
Patterson undoubtedly won tho first
set, but beyond question his poor work
lost the next three. Tho Americans
scored their victory by the excellence
of their strokes, by pressing every weak
position nnd by scoring brilliantly many
tfmes when in difficulties.
Fourth Victory'
Today's victory for tho Americans
mnkes the fourth time that they have
won the famous trophy, donated to In
ternntloniil lnwn tennis by Dwlght F.
Davis, of St. IOiils, in 1000. This nlso
makes the fifteenth time thnt the cup
'has been 'competed fof In tweuty years.
VICTORIOUS U. S. TENNIS
America last won the cup in 101.'! at ,
Ixmdon.
This yenr's mntches were remark
able for the fact that three of the four
competing players, Tilden, Johnston
nnd Pnttcrson, bad never plnjed in
IJnvis cup matches before. With the
nddltlon of this trio, seventy-one play
ers, representing nine nations, have
competed nt various times for the cup
since 1000. Of this number the British
Isles huve used eighteen and the United
States nineteen. Australia hns used
eleven nnd France, Belgium and South
Africa follow with five each. All told
these players took port in 1KJ8 matches
which went to n decision, and one
match resulted in a tie.
The veteran Brookes holds the in
dividual honors, having been a mem
ber of the Austrnlnsinn team in nine
different years. During this period he
played forty-seven matches, of which
ho won thirty-six. The late Anthony
Wilding, a compeer of Brookes, who
was killed during the world war, held
second honors, for during his seven
years of competition he played thirty
seven matches, of which he won twenty
eight. J. C. Parke, the English vet
eran, ranks third with twenty-three
mntches and twelve victories.
W. A. Iiirned and M. K. Mclaugh
lin, two outstanding sturs of Ameri
can tennis, are 'tied with twenty
mntches each. I.nrned hns a slightly
better winning nverngo, with thirteen
victories to McLoughlln's twelve. The
letter's defeat of both Wilding mid
Brookes in 1014, when the Australa
sians were nt the height of their court
career, however, was undoubtedly the
greatest individual feat in tlio annals
of international tenuis.
Complete Krconl
The complete record of individual
plnjers who hnve taken part und the
results of the final round lu each Davis
Cup match, since 1000, follow
Country Ym
I'layed W. I.
y 2 0
20
2 0 '2
V T Tllden. US ... 1
W. M. Johnston. U. S . . . 1
li I. lMtteraon. auh... i
II K. Ilarrett, Jl. I. . . 7
N U. llrookeH. Aus. .. H
W. J. Clothier. J. S. ... "J
ia
14
5 7
3ll N
4 1
M. Decuaii. France . .
1". do llorman, HelKlum.
C. 1'. Uhon, 0. I
It. K Doherty, H. I
II. I. Dnherty, II .1
O Frultzhelm Germany.
M. CSurmoi. Franco
A V. Horn. 11. I
A H. Gobert. Tranco
11 II Hackett, U. S. ...
( Kreutzer. Germany...
K'lnxscote 11. I
W A lmied. U S
7 IS 7 11
t 14 1 13
4 ia n s
s s 7 1
.-, i:i id ii
a s o s
4 10 a S
3 0 3 .1
2 II l 3
.') II t) 1
3 10 2 S
I 8 It
II 20 13 7
I 11 2 4
3 S 3 B
4 0 0 II
4 211 12 S
3 1.1 11 4
II 2.1 12 11
3 12 4 N
3 14 r 0
1 12 S 7
2 SOS
7 37 2S II
4 ill S 8
1 l-IIIUIIW. .IDIHIUI
it. n. i.ittio, v s.
V. I-mulro. lloliclum . . .
, H. 1-ov.e. II. I
M B MoLoUh-hlln. U. S.
T M Mayroitordato, 11. I
J V. l'jrke. Jt I
It II, I'ouoll, C'anud.i ..
II I Schwenifors. can..
II. Word. U. B...
A. O Watsotr, Itelnlum. .
A. i'. wnuinir. aus
11 C. WrlKht. U. a
Ono mntch tied.
ItECAriTUI.ATION
Piny- Matches
era riuiea won i.ot
United Htntes
Ilrltlsh Isles .
Australasia .
111
IIS
(10
S7
IS
11
127
Hill
38
33
12
24
111
0
HI)
7ll
13
3
4
ft
1
0
France
Helclum
Canada
Germany . . . .
Soulli Africa
Austria
Totals 71 4
J.11 sit
One match tied.
Year Holder Challenger Plnved Win Sc.
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IW1V. H Ilrltlsh Ikies, New York.lT.S.II.-J
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National Indoor Junior Tennis
Champ Meets Jerry Lang
in Final
New Yorli, Dec. 31. Vincent Rich
ards, of Fordhom University, the playing-through
champion, will meet Jerry
Lang, the P. S. A. L. tltleholder, at
11 o'clock this morning, on the board
floor course of the Seventh Itegiment
Armory, nt Park nvenue nnd Sixty
seventh street. In tha final round of the
annual national indoor junior luwn ten
nis tournament.
Richards defeated William M. Ayde
lotte, of Horace Mann School, by a
score of (l-l, (1-1, nnd Lang eliminated
Hurry Plckells. of Flushing High
School, by n score of fl-0, ll-.'t, in the
semifinal round mntches yesterday.
In the scinifinnl rouud of the junior
doubles, Itlchards and P. Slater Mct,
Hugh, the Fordhnm University team,
defeated John J. Tucker and Aydelotto
by n score of (l-l. (1-4 in one semifinal
mutch, and A. Iv. Clore und Kmest
Kulin vanquished William Flnsmanii
nnd Grevel Acker by n wore of 3-0,
7-.", 0-3, in the other.
To Skate for Titles
Newhiinth. N. Y.. Dec 31. With nlnetv.
elRht nf tho leading speed skatera of the
United State nnd Canada entered, with Ice
already uvallablu and favorabln weather
rromUed for the rest of the week. Indica
tions ore Indeed cncouraplnir for the na
tional outdoor amateur speed skatlnK cham
pionships to bo held In thla city New Year's
Day. There are twelve evonts on the card.
Cornell Unable to Accept
Itlmca, N. Y., Dec. 31. Cornell l.n unable
to accept an Invitation received from
HaMilia to send ItR basketball team to Cutu
next month. (Jraduote Manager Homey N
llerry nnnounced Jncquez Mollnot. captain
nf tho Cornell live, comia- from C'haparra,
Cuba.
New York Tank Team Wins
Atlantic City. N. J.. Dec 31 The New
York Athletic Club water polo team defeated
a picked team of college stars In the An'
baes.idor pool hero by a ecore of 211
to 1.1. Tho contest was keenly foucht, al
though marred, however, by rnuuh playlnir
Indulged In by both sides while defending
the icoal In the shallow end ot the tunk.
Dartmouth Drops Another
Wunlilncton, Pa., Dec 81. 'Wnshlncton
and .lenvrmin oiuied Its Intercollegiate h.is
keiball season here by defeating Dartmouth
In tho first nthletlc contest ever etaxed by .
teams representing the two Institutions by I
the score of 31 to 21 I
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Mr. Pike won the
$12 Silk Shirt in the
B. Q. S. Limerick Contest
Congratulations to Wm, R. Pike of
1418 West 69th Avenue, Oak Lane, Phila.
for his successful "last line," which breathed
the thought of Christmas, nnd was so npt in
many ways. His completed Limerick follows:
"As they wend their way to the B. Q. S.
To Christmas thoughts they all confess
What shall I buy?
Scarf or Shirt. Gloves or Tic-
'Tis n pleasure to give 'em, as well as possess."
Our best thanks to tho contcstnnts for their
effort", and for tho many Idndly remarks bo fre
quently rnclotpd,
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PHSLA.SURETOGET
MIS CLASSIC
Gormantown Cricket Club Vir
tually Assured National Tourney
After Victory at Auckland
By SPICK HALL
Phllndelpbln is now certnin to stage
tho next singles lnwn tennis tourna
ment for the chainplonshli) of the
United Htntes. This wns virtually as
sured today when Bill Tllden nnd Billy
Johnston won back the Dnvls .('up by
bentlng Brookes nud Patterson In the
doubles lifter the Phlliidelpblnn bad
trimmed the veteran nnd Johnston hnd
taken the incnsure of the younger Au
stralian In singles.
For a long while Tllden has been ad
vocating a rotation for the nntionnl
singles event nnd It Is fitting therefore
that It wns due largely to his efforts
that the Dnvls Cup conies home ngain
nnd with It the decision of lawn tennis
ofilcinls to give Philadelphia the big
event next summer.
Nothing Official
iwiiic nouiing oniciniiy can uo uonei
about iiwnrdiiig the touimitiii-nt ll
, . 1. , V. t ., ,
'l.,"l.,,r,'ftr!""i;,i'tc"!lf1.f11
doubt thnt this will be done then. 'Hum
r;rn","r,i,,ti,wn i,,1,kl't -1'l11'- ,' ll"",c "I
iiiiiaiieiiiiiia mil 1 tne niitiiini mcniug
Kill Tllden, will get the tournament
anil, If the present plnns urn carried
out, the aununl clnslc will be stngi'd
at Mnnhelm for three yenrs In succes
sion, nt least.
Lnwn tennis officials nnd members of
the (iermnntowii Cricket Club were
highly elated over the Americans' vic
tory yesterday nnd nil agreed thnt this
mennt that nt last Phllndelphln, whlrh
has produced many of the world's
greatest players, would get the singles
championship tournament.
If Philadelphia is awarded the big
meet the Westside Club, at Forest
Hills, I,. I., where the touniomenthas
been held since it wns tnken from New
port, will be given the D.ivls Cup chal
lenge round. Whether the Philadel
phia Cricket Club at St. Martins will
get the women's nntionnl tourniiin uit.
ns usunl, is n matter thnt hns not been
dlscus-eil extensively yet. but It Is likely
thnt the I.ongwooil Cricket Club, nt
Boston, will get this fixture for 10Jl.
Big Year Here
Bill Tilden's grent work in Auckland
menus that Philndelphlii In 1DL'l will
have by far its grcntct sea-on nnd nl-o
that America will have her grentest.
1 The chances are thnt lawn tennis fans
I here will see many foreign stars for
I thn tlrnr tlrnn Wlinri.viir tpnin wttw
tho right to challenge for the Davis
Cup is certain to play m the national
singles.
It was tentatively ngreed Inst sum
mer thnt Tilden would be sent back to
Wimbledon next summer to defend bis
Ht1n nf wnrliPu nlinmnttin In flint i.i'imt
it is highly probable that many of the
'foreign players will come buck with
nin), Pmi if wm. 0f the Davis cup ties
are played in Kurope.
All challenges for the Davis Cup
must be in by .March 1. It is believed
thnt eight or nine nations will enter.
India nnd Jnpan hnve recently nn
nounced thnt they have teams in the
preliminaries.
Local Boxers Draw at Shore
Atlantic Clt. N. .1.. Dec 31 Steie Mor
ris, of Philadelphia and Jtockv Kord, an
other Quaker City scrapper fought a rat
tlloi; draw In the elcht. round wind-up nt
the Nnrthsld A. " llo'h la wit- willing
mixers and the bout proid popular wttn
ihe crowded auditorium. IlotiWe Allen, nf
Philadelphia, walloped Younc PatHy Wallace,
nf rhll.ideiphhi nil aniuml the rlni; in m.
first round of tho semlwlnd-up. nnd Wallace
iiult In the second reunion. Uohby WolunM
of Philadelphia, knocked nut Kid I.loyd, an
Atlantic City imv, In the fourth r iuml
Frnnklo Ilynn. of Atlantic Clt, earned th
decixlon over Kid Hay. another local lad. in
a six-round mill.
Bucknell Schedules New Opponents
InWImrc, l'a., Dec 31 At a meeting
In Philadelphia, the Ilurknell University
Athletic Advisory Hoard approved the 1H21
football schedule It contains four home
Karnes, live on other cojleuo tl-ld.s and ono
on a neutral Held Several totleges which
vvero plajed this year do in t appear on the
list. The University of Pennsvivanln,
Ur8lnus and Ht llonavcnture are replaced
by Washlnslon and Jefferson University of
West VlrelnU and Cntholh University
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QUAKER CITY WINS
WITH AID OF SUB
Crawford, Utility Man, Makes
Goal That Beats St. Nicholas
in Hard Game at Ice Palace,
2-1
CAPTAIN HILL THRILLS
ALLAN CRAWFORD, a first-string
substitute, virtually clinched his
varsity letter through his brllllnnt work
Inst night. Crawford went into the
game for Quaker City when It was
discovered that Wiinnmaker. the regu
lar left wing, would be tumble to plnv.
In nddltlon to his irrent ilefenslvn work.
he wns responsible for the second nnd
finnl goal, which gave Qunker City n iM f"'nnll on skates and is just as
2 to 1 victory over St. Nicholas at"?1' '"V,1 lmr(l- ,!s n m"" s gmne.
the Ice Palnce. I According to (.corge 1. Pawling,
Qunker City hns not lost n gnme this
senson and Init night's win wns the
second straight over the New York
gathering. In the first game Quaker
City won by n fount of I goa's to I!.
ttl tllflt pnillf Auhtmi S!nili1ni n mil.
stlltite. made tlie winning point,
Contain F.iMI.. Hill wn Hi.. indU-Miml
vtar
i..i. urn uin in mi mm- uus urn-
l,l,,lt nml I" thrilled the lnrge crowd I
witli his wonderful dn-hes down the i
ice. It was the largest crowd thnt I
Ills work nt nil times was bril- i
witnessed an ice hockey game here thi
year. Anil this gathering was treated
to n hlgh-grnde brand of ice hnckcj .
Captain Von Bernuth brought over
a much-Improved team. He had plenty
of ninterinl and ordered his men to
set n killing pace. He shot In sub
stitutes contlnunlly In the hope of wear
ing down the well-conclieil IJual.cr it
sextet. In the first period eleven New '
Yorkers appeared, but thero wasn't n
change In the home Iluc-up.
Strong on Defcnsho
With the return nf Wnnnmnker nml '
the expected reinstatement of Werner I Hlckey, of the American Association.
Sclinaar. Quaker Citv will present a nd Jack Dunn, president of tlio Bol
team the ennui of nnv in the Kant, tlmore club, of the Internationals.
t'nm.ii Tiinn ,.v,.,.,.fU ,. i,,.,. hi- c.ii i
strength in the gntnes ngnlnst Toronto
I nlverslty here on Monday and Tues
day evenings.
The defensive work of both teams was
almost perfect. There was no scoring
In the first period and not until seven
minutes of the second period had gone
was a point registered. Then Bler
wirth. one of the best wings in tin
country, inde a hack-hand shot
through Harte's defense. Captain Hill
evened the count three minute later
when he made n dazzling shot from the
side, the disc hitting the iron support
und camming into the net.
The winning point wns made in the
third period. Captain Hill and Craw
ford showed some wonderful passing
and carried the disc close to the St.
Nicholas goal. Then Hill feinted n
shot through (Jonlkceper Smart, missed
the puck, blocked Smart and Crnvvfnrd
quickly drove the disc into the un
guarded net.
Twenty-two Saves by Ilnrte
Hnrtc, at goal for Quaker City.
neuriques nnu lurK mo piojcd n
steady game. Hnrte, especially', was
on the job. He made twenty-two st ,ps
during the buttle. In one he engaged
iu a free-for-all with Bierwirth nnd
both went crashing to the ice. Thev
exchanged n few punchless blows und
were sepnratcd before nny daninge '
could be indicted. Asliton Soulier wasi
put o.ut of action In the second period
when an alien stiik ripped open u
deep gash over his left eje.
Hctwicn the tiiM und second periods
Norval Baptie and Iliad) s Liimb en
tcrtuined with tln-ir 'sensational num
ber. Between the second and third
periods Bnptlo in his fox cliuse and
barrel-jumping act, and the Midlers
In their artistic figure skating number, '
dazzled the assemblage. ,
Ice hockey, with its thrills and
spills, has made a populur appeal. Iti
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Toronto University Holds
Canadian Ice Hockey Title
The best nmntcur Ice hockey team
in Canadn will be seen here next
ucck. The University of Toronto
sextet, now on nn American tour
during the Christmas hollduys. will
piny the Qcnker City tenm on Mon
dnj and Tuesday evenings.
Toronto University holds ths
Canadian Intercollegiate title. In
addition, the Toronto tenm de
feated the Falcons, of Winncpogi
"In a play-off for the amateur title.
The Falcons. Incidentally, won
from the American Olympic ice
hockey team.
president of the Ice Palnce. there l a
clinnie of seeing some of the world's
grentest professional ice hockey teams
in the near future. "The i( follow
ing have demonstrnted thnt they like
good hocl.ej." said Mr. Pawling nfter
the gnme lut night," nnd I believe
thev will Mitmort it. I hnve so much
confidence thnt I plnn to bring the
world's greatest attractions hero. We
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put them on."
MINORS ARE DISSATISFIED
American A. A. and "Ints" May
Enter National Agreement
Baltimore, Dec. SI. The possibility
thnt the Internntionnl League und the
American Association may withdraw
from the National Association of Pro
fessional Baschull Leagues, composed
of the minor leagues of the country,
nnd enter the national agreement ns n
I separate and distinct body is indicated
ill corrcspondcnco between President
Juilgo LiindK, bascluill high com-
missloncr. is quoted n sajlng he saw no
rensnn why the two Class A A Leagues
should not enter the agreement to be
adopted ut Chicago next month as n
class bv themselves ulmig the snmo
lines ns' the Nntionnl und Amcricnn
Lcngui s.
The chief cause ol the dissansincuon
of tin- two big minors is the ruling of
tin- National Association thnt It be
given ." per cent of the gross receipts
of all poht-seuson series.
New Conference Formed
Chicago, Dec. 31 -The formation nf a
new lntertate athletic innference vlrtuallv
was assured following a conference of rep
resentatives of tho middle western colle.ie
here. It wns decided to hold a track mel
at foe ColleRe Cedar Itaplds. Ia., In Mv
Itelolt Carleton. Coe Cornell (Iowa). De
pauw Hamlin. Knot. I.aurcnco and Wa
bash arc cxiiecte, to lecomo members.
Yale Smothers Carnegie Tech
Plttsbunth. Dec 31 The Yale baskeilm I
t'am showed euperlorttv ivr the rarnegl
Tech nv hero and defeated It by a sinre
i f 40 to -.-1 Teamwork by tho llulMnirs
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