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EVENING PUBLIC , LEDGEHA-PHILADELPHIA-, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1921
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GREATEST FEAT OF 1920 WAS THAT OF THE PLA YWRIGHT WHO DISCOVERED THAT EAST IS WEST
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1920 WAS GREA T YEAR
ON TRACK AND FIELD
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Outstanding Feature Was America's Olympic Triumph,
Establishing Five Nciv Records Britons Won in
Pcnn Relays Red and Blue College Champions
TRACK nwl field sports enthusiast
hnvc much to be hnppy over when
flies- look bark ovor 1l-' nnil discover
that Amcrlrnn nth'ctcs scored ns ninny
Impressive victories nnd hrokn ns mnny
records ns In any so-colled best yenr of
The in'nRnlflcnnt victory ot tho track
and ftolil nthlctcji In the Olympic Ramos
wan the crowning feature of n won
derful venr. The Ynnks scored 212
point?. 107 more tlinn the second best
(Wintry, 1'lnlnnd. The victory wns nil
the more Impressive when It is found
thot several of tho American stnrn In
cluding Sol Hut'er, who holds the
American broad jump record, whs uu
nhlp to compete nnd that .Toio Hoy, one
of the greatest milcrs ever produced In
the I'imed States, wns virtunliy in no
,hnpe to enter his fnvorlto event.
Of the eight new Olympic records
American athlete established five the
'00-nictcr hurdles, 400-meter relay,
the high jump, brond jump nnd r0
poiind shot marks lallins by tho wny-
Marold E. Harron, who sported the
colors of West Philadelphia High in
his school days nnd afterwards the blue
and white of l'cnn State, wnsJils city's
most conspicuous perforin . in tho
Olympics. In tho semifinals Harron,
who also represent tho Meadovvbrool:
Club during Ills spnro moments broke
the world's record in the 100-meter
Imrd'c raco nnd in tho final finished
second to Karl Thomson, of Dartmouth,
renresenting Canada, tho latter estab
lishing a new world's mark of 1-14-5
AKjmln. Unrron wns inches to the rear
ofthe Dartmouth flyer.
rWoodring's Victory
Another boy who spent much of his
time in tills city and rnn as n member
of tho Meadow brook Club, but whose
home is In llethlchem brought fume to
this end of the couutry by finishing
home rst in the llnnl ot the ail) meters
iitinl nt Antwerp. Allan Woodring is
the name of ltcthlehem's first Olympic
here. Woodring represents Syracuse on
the track during the co'lege yenr.
Karl Kby nnd Sherman I.nndcrs,
Tenn nthlctcs, also performed credit
nbly in the Olympics. Kby, rated ns
tine of the best half-milcrs in the coun
try, was forced to tnko second plncc
in the b00-nntcrs run when ho fought
iff Itudd nnd ennbled II11I, another
l'tiKllsliinnti, to slip in. T.nndrr.s
scored points in the running brond
jump.
I'rom the local angle, perhaps the
biggi't feature in trnck woh the ap
pearance of the combined Oxford-Cambridge
trnck teiun in this city in the
l'enn relays Inst spring. Heralded as
the he-t Knslond produced in the way
of middle-distance runners, the llrttlsli
joutliH proved all that was said ot
them by winning the international two
mile relay championships from the best
collego tennis of this country. The
llritish team, composed of W. (i, Tut
ham. 11. U. Stallnrd. W. 11. Millignn
nnd n. (1. fl. D. Itudd not only enrned
trie right to bo called chnmpions of
the universe in the two-mile relay
event, but established a uew world's
lcrord in doing so. Twenty-five thou
sand persons, the largest crowil In the
history of relnjs, saw the Englishmen
kcore their impressive victory.
Defeat of Moutaguo
The day previous to tho winuiug of
.ic (hninpioiiship by tho Hritishcrs,
Montague, tin; star three-mile cham
pion of I'nglaiid, was, defeated in his
favorite event by C. T. Nightingale,
(if New lliiliiphire, in one of the best
distance runs ever teen on r'rnnklin
I'iclil
In the relnjs l'cnn retained its title
ns Aiinrienn sprint reluy champion,
while tlio oiio-milc title also went to
lied and Itlue athletes. l'enn State,
with I.arry Shields in "the star role,
won the four-mile college title on the
same day that l'enn turned in her two
triumphs. IMwnrd Ilradley, of Kan
ms, wns crowned pentathlon champion
nt the rcla.vs. defeating llnitus Hamil
ton, afterwards 01) tuple champion in
the same ecn(
IVnu's winning of tlie intcrcolleginto
tiaek nnd Held championship from tho
all-around team of stars from Prince
ton wns one of the big suniiiscs of the
season. Five lied nnd Illuc nthlctcs,
Kby, Landers, Smnlley, Hampton and
Mainrn accounted for nil the points
SEI FOR TOURISTS
Girls' Field Hockey Teams Will
Cla6h This Afternoon at
St. Martins
It) SPICK HAM.
The fieM hocKcj, senMin will cloe to
day The iinii fi.isii will be between
tin" L'irls of the All-lliiindell)hia t-ftlil
and those coMposing Cic eleven that
rceeiitl made u tour tlnn.igli Kn-lniid.
Playing the leadins ovs'inlutlons of the
HritM! Isles. This game will be '.lmcl
oil the Meld in rrMr i.f the clubhouse
"f the I'hllade'phin t'rle'-et fi.'i nt St.
n..r.""'H ,""1 wi" lll'gi liJinptly at
iJ :..() o clock.
Tor the past two week, both elevens
have been practicing In- this gnme.
which according tn the old dopy should
lie the best of tin- pp. Wither eleven
will enter the contest with uu immacu
late i coord
Tho A' Philadelphia team w,is
beaten recenl.si i;oal.s to five, by the
Jlryn Mnwr eleven and the Tourists
"eve trimmnl In all of their contests but
two abroad
Hifrtfver It must be remembered thut
he Americans weie idaying nil of their
-nines on foreign Noil that their oppu
lienls weie older and more experienced
in hockcj und linnl'y that the rules dif
lercd essentluUj fiom those in .,
i.I'.m'"! .'T '""""I'le, In I.'nalnnl when a
Mil Is lilt ner the gm: it niuul.s just
s hough It lind i;,.n. i,,. tin net.
. .,l",r,;.ll,""",,s ""thing. In this
wnj the l.nglish women Mored main
(lints us tin AmeriiMiiH had little or no
defense for thl aerial attncli
m-,;'.l!itiUllu)'''' K","u' "'" lM' I'l"'''! lth
diu'V'"?, ,,,,lml;.. Th" tou-ts are
J hiladelph aus. Tlie, have phijed nt
pt. Martins befoie. I Inch eleven
iS11 i f'10,"11!"1' l'l'f. " that u
spectaeular buttle Is certain to result,
l.ueli tenia held its final practice on
i niiisila) I he ground was Mow, how
cr. mid little was accomplished.
Noted Turfman Dead
-fJ'!''lrtin. K., Jun. 1 V. .1 Ynune
,'jjllf Iior;fi. dld hn yrsterday of a
SviSli? nn'.h.' V.aK- "."'J b"" III for
,ihJ? L?..1,h."i- si You,"r dveiona. nmonis
ijv j..Wi.' :;," racers aodok, ilia-
--. . r-w.. .....a WM.W.M UV,
ALL-PHILA
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scored by Fenn. The victory came by
the narrowest of margins, one nnd one
linlf pointn, nnd wns not decided until
tho last event on tho progrnm. when
Mnxam flashed home second in tho fur
long. In the meet Enrl Thomson, the
Dartmouth timber-topper, broke the
record for tho 120-yard high hurdle by
skimming over the sticks In 14 2-5
seconds.
Lver nnd Sninlloy
Two l'enn nthlctcs turned in new
records in tho niniunl indoor trnck meet
in Tiuffalo. Harold Lever, the New
York youth, wearing tho lied nnd Klue,
broke tho world's Indoor record for
sixty yards by covering the distnncc in
0 2-5 seconds. Everett Smallcy, the
former Ccntrnl High School boy, in the
snme meet, established u now indoor
record for juniors in the seventy -yard
hurdle race.
Cornell enptured the college cross
country championship nt New Hnven
over the best college tenms in the Kast.
l'enn finished away down tho '1st, al
though several members of tho lied nnd
Blue team did well individually. Now
nrk Central High School enptured the
intcrscholnstic championship. West
I'hilndclphin High nnd Ccntrnl High
finished well up in tho final race. Fred
Fnllor, tho Iloston long-distnnco star,
won the Nntionnl A. A. U. cross
country chnmpionship after n grueling
rnce. Lafayette was the winner in the
Middle States collegiate race. Ilomlg,
of l'cnn State, surprised the college
world by winning the individual college
championship nt New Haven,
In tho international trnck nnd field
meet between athletes of Princeton rep
resenting this country nnd of Oxford
nnd Cambridge wearing tho colors of
Orcnt Itritaln. the Ynnks triumphed,
r,'J to ,Ti Of tho ten first places In
tho meet, the Tiger athletes captured
six. Thli meet attracted considerable
attention bccntisc of its being held
shortly before the Olympic champion
ships and indicated nt that time t hut
tho Unltisl States hhd little to fear
over tho final result at Antwerp.
Seven ltccords Foil
Seven nutlonal records fell by tin
wayside during tho course of the year.
Aside from Lever's establishing of tho
(iO-jnrd record, tho fiOOO-metcr run,
70-ynrd high hurdle. 1-mllo indoor re
lay, 410-ynrd hurdles, .Tavclin throw
and the uOOO-mctcr walk records were
clipped.
On February 10. in tho Millrosc
games, Thomson, of Dartmouth, broke
the 70-jard indoor record in 8 1-5 see
onds. A short time later Cart ,Tohnon
pushed Thomson's mark in the discard
out in tho West when ho covered the
timbers 1-S of n second better tiinn
Thomson. Also In tho Millrose gnmes
J. V. ScltoU, n westerner, tied tin-70-yard
record at 7 1-fi seconds. Pad
dock out on the coast tied the world's
record for 100 yards in SCl-fi seconds.
Other track incidents that stand out
include the defeat of Cornell by Penn
on Franklin Field in a dual meet 70
to 47. It wns tho first lied nnd Iflue
victory over the Ithncniis in muny
years. Ilutgers won tho Middle States
track and field championships by ono
hnlf point from Lafayette, Illinois won
the Western Conference track nnd field
championships with Michigan second.
On June 20, in the Olympic tryouts
held in this city, Chicago, New Orleans
nnd Pasadena, sonic exceptional per
formances were recorded and made np
parent America's victory nt Antwerp.
On July 4 llnitus Hamilton, of the
University of Missouri, won the nn
tinunl pentathlon championship nt
Brooklyn, defeating Ilradley, the l'enn
relnj winner, by a narrow margin. Six
du.vs later this same Hamilton, in win
ning the national decathlon champion -shin,
established a new record.
In the final tr)outs for tho Olympic
team in tho Harvard Stadium at Cam
bridge, which wns also the dity of the
national A. A. I', chnmpionships, the
C licnco Athletic Association won tn
nntionnl championships. In this meet
Sol Hutlor, of Dubuque University, es
tablished u new American record in the
running broad jump when ho leaped 21
feet 8 inches.
On September 25 Lincoln, in New
Ymk. cstnblishcd n new American jave
lin record.
In tho closing days of December, on
the .'10th, Cornell champions of the col
leges lost n close and exciting cross
country race with the combined Oxford
Cambridge team of harriers, '-'(! to 20.
Line-Up for Hockey
Game at St. Martins
I
Misses
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valrnllnp
Vln. Krmii!ih.tfir rleht rillllmrk
II. I'lTSIISOM Kill! I
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Itnffr?t- Miss M.inr. Tlmo of Imlves. 30
mliitilrs. Mnrtlinr llni S:30 in I'lcxo
nf Biiine I'lilluiIcliJil-- (rliJit't Club. t.
Murllns.
LARGE ENTRY LIST
FOR MOTOR RIDERS
Hill-Cllmblna Machines Primed for
This Afternoon's Contest
Over fifty entries, representing tills
city's best motorcycle riders, have been
reeived fo1 the liig hill -climb tills
afternoon. Aumiig this number lire
piobabtv t "i rideis who can lay just
claims to he "tup-notch" ( InhS.
.lame A. Kona, n I Inrlej -Davidson
r'nlei : J til! Arthuis, Indian: Harry
Klebes, n well-known loi al professional,
mi hi- Uendiim' Stnndii'd: Ilornee Tor
rell. who lias set several marks on the
local trucks here with his Hurley
DiivhUon: l.ouis I.ucllle, with n Head
ing, and a scoio or more of other ex
perl rideri moke mi one of the most
!ntcrct.tliig list of entriis ever known for
n ltd nl hill-i'llnihiug contest.
Ktiilv in tlie week some of the bos
Hnciiki'd out to the hill for practice,
which it was generally undcrntood would
nut be done this jcur, nnd from all no
((Hints ciulj the verj liest riders iiuuinted
on solo iniiihliu'H will lop tho grade, and
tills will onlv be ncuiiiiiilislied in low
gear. The side cars, the riders claim,
will not be able to icucli the top, which
will make this event go fo the machine
getting tlie furthest up tlie grade.
Krnest Dc Sliiione, the Italian Indian
rider from Wayne, has not been seen in
pructice, hut those who know De Hiniime
say that lie has a good mount to pilot
in' tho climb. De Sinione secured two
second places in the iccent famous hill
cllliib at lidding, l'a . where he out -lode
one of l'n best fields ever seen in
tills section of the couutrj.
There me llvn events to be ridden off
'Cli,.f ,i,i, I'.itierl !I7 ellbte lliell class.
amateur til cubic inches, expert til cubic
inches. All these events nro for solo inn
bines, Tho sldo curs will conipcto ns
follows! Sldo car amateur 01 cubic
inches and expert 01 cubic inches,
Programs of Ring Matches
Scheduled This Afternoon
AT THE OLYMPIA A. A.
I'ltl'I.IMINAIIIKS
Wlllte Spencer vs. .Mickey ItuMell, six
rounds.
n Mrmlrll ts. Frnnfcl Wee. W ronmls.
,Htnnlc.v Mrcshan vs. Whiter Jltwcmtd,
Ix rounds.
SEvmvnwj-ur
Irish I'ntay Cllno vs. Johnny Summers,
elllit rounds.
WIND-CP
Lew Tendler vs. Otto Wallace, eltht
rounds.
AT THE NATIONAL A. A.
t'UF.I.IMINAItir.S
Matty Dcchlrr vs. Hobby VToUnat, six
rounds.
Johnny Poison s. Al Kwnolds. six
rounds.
Hid Wolf vs. Jack Terrr, sit rounds.
SHUnVIND-L'I
Kill Wniner v. Tummy Clrary, six
rounds,
WIND-UP
I.en Kan linn n. I'rnnUlo Mniu'rc, eltht
rounds.
ATTHECAMDRIA A. A.
riu:i.DUNAniiM
Vnunic Bhnrkey n. Hilly Ilaaae. sit
ronmln.
Jimmy Ian is. nddle Mniiln, nit roamls.
Johnny (lallaxhrr . I lobby Hums, nix
rounds.
Illllv Oaiinon is. Johhny l'lnrtl. eltht
rounas,
NllMIU1N'Il.t;p
Younc Mulllriin vs. Mlko Connors, cfxht
rounas.
wi.M'-vr
f'hnrlry Tnrner vs. Jnck Jlror.io, clxht
rounds.
AT THE AUDITORIUM A. A.
rltKLlMINAUIES
Kid Sunn is. Voune Joe IlrudJrr. elxht
rou nil.
Hurry (Kid) linker v. Jimmy Downs,
rutin niuimi,
. K. O. I'rnnk (Smith vs. Hurry (Kid) Erne,
eltht rounds,
I.ultl Karate n. Al I'ot, elslit rounds.
WIND-UP
Kobby Ilarrett . M illrown. elxht rounds.
AT LLOYD'S THEATRE, CHESTER
I'KKI.miNAUinS
Chnrley Lewis . lranklo Ilurns. six
rounds.
lluckey Mcitnnls s, Johnny nail, six
rounns.
Hilly Doyln is. Vonnic Lyons, six rounds,
SHMIW1ND-UP
Voune .MlcUry b. Johnny Dotvney, lx
rounus,
WIND-UP
Carl Hrrtz ts. Johnny GrtfTIUis, eltht
roiuios.
AT WATSON'S A. C, READING
PRKI.IMINAKII'.S
Itbby llnrko is. Jimmy Nohlf. six rounds
Ulllj ItoWnti 9. Johnny itiucxftt, clht
rminus,
Hilly Allrn ts. H.illllncr Paskos. rliht
rounas,
HiuinviND-vr
Grorsle Kr)olds s, Jimmy Jordan, eiclit
rounus.
WIND-UP
llattllnc Mark ts. Low Ancelo, fltlit
rounas,
F
E
Tendler at Olympia Changes
on National Card Bouts at
Chester and Reading
Four boxing shows nt as many dif
ferent clubs will be held this afternoon
ns New Year's matinee' attractions in
Philadelphia, while Philadclphian.s nlso
will put on bouts respectively nt Ches
ter, Pn.. and Heading, Pn. Tlie Olym
pic, National, Cambria and Auditorium
have special programs arranged in tills
city, while Wiiliis Iliitt will promote
bouts at I.lojd's Theatre, Chester, and
Joe Kennedv holds forth at Watson's
A. C, Heading.
Twenty -one matches in all will be
decided on the four different Philadel
phia cards, which show eleven eight
round numbers nnd ten six-rounders.
The additional bout will be htaged at
the Cambria, with the Ol.vmpin. Nil-
Ttlonnl and Auditorium billing five
'matches cadi. Ono hundred nnd forty-
i eight rounus o boxing are hclicuuled,
I u-tlli fnrtv-tu'n niHtnien stnvtinrr the
new j ear actively in the hit or get-lilt
game.
Low Tendler, Philadelphia's hope for
u championship, will be the magnet of
attraction at tlie Olyiup'M. His oppo
nent will be Otto Wallaic, who comes
here from Kansas City, heralded ns a
good two-houded boxer. He may be,
nnd might buccecd in staying the eight
round limit, but tho (bailees aro against
him.
In the other eight-rounder locnl fans
will see tho return appearance of Irish
Patsy Cline in tho ring. The Irishcr hns
been on the sidelines for nbout two
years, owing to ejo trouble. His vis-u-vis
will bo Johnny Summers.
Changes in two bouts at tho Nn
tionnl Club were neccsury, nnd Match
maker I'rnnk O'llrien did everything
he could under tlie circumstances. lie
was informed from Pittsburgh yester
day that Harry Creb hud suffered a
split lip wlillc training and also that
the bocr had split with his inaungor,
James Mason all of which meant thui
he would not box lrrc.
O'llrien made an effort to get Chnrlcj
Woinert to substitute for (Ircb against
Paul Snnsotn, but he was unsuccessful.
As a result, he hud to lake out the
(ircb-Sunsom bout entirely nnd in Its
place lie has put an eight-rounder be
tween I.011 ltnwlins nnd Frankic
Muguirc. Maguire und Hnwlltis met
up the stato rccciitlj, and O'llrien says
thev put on u great tussle.
Tho other change in the National
program will be the substitution of a
match between Kid Wagner and Tommy
Cleary for the Johnny Mealy -Stanley
Willis bout. Koch of the latter pair
wus injured in his last bout so severely
that neither was able to go through
with the bout scheduled for today.
Charley Turner vs. Jack llrazzo and
Hobby Ilarrett vs. Al Ilrnwn will bu
the respective headliiiers at tho Cum
bria and Auditorium.
Promoter llritt's star bout nt I hester
will be an eight-round mix between
Curl licit, and Johnny' CriffKhs, Negro
boxers, while llnttllng Muck takes en
Lew Angelo in u bantam battle nt
Keuucdj's Heading Club.
OHIO STATE BANQUET
Alumni Gathers at Hotel Walton to
Get Returns of Grid Game
Kiftj members of the Philadelphia
alumni of Ohiii State I'liivcrslty will
gather ut ri o'clock this iifternoon in
the JapuiKsc Hoom of tlie Hotel Wal
ton, where icliiitis of this afternoon's
liig football game between Ohio Stuto
and I nlvcmlty of California ut Puhii
dcua, Calif., will be leeched. Among
those present will be Dr. l.ee II. P.
Miiyntuil and Vied Cornell, who were
nienibei's of Ohio State elevens, re
spectively In 'Oil. '01 nnd '(12 nnd 'Oil.
Cornell nlso is author of the Ohio Stato
I'nlversilj Ming, "Curnirm Ohio."
Tlie committee in (barge of the spe
cial I'liilMurl is U- I', lluilghin.iu, sec
ictui.v of th" iissni intiou ; , J. lluile),
(halr'uian, and J. Thcolbald, president.
Philadelphia alumnus of the I'niver.
Ht v of California aro Invited to attend
today's Imnquit of tlie local Ohio State
Biads
OUR RING B
OU
I
AYLOR WIN RUN
AND TIME PRIZE
Nativity Entry, With 2:50 Han
dicap, Cops South Street
Annual Event
W. A. Taylor, running under the
colors of the Nativity Catholic. Club,
was the winner of the nnnunl Soutli
Street Ilusiness Men's Association street
run. n distance of flvo nnd a half miles,
today, in the elapsed time of thlrty-thrco
tiinutcs and twenty seconds. His actual
time vtns thirty minutes nnd thirty sec
ennds, nnd this entitled him to tho first
time prize.
With n handicap of two minutes nnd
fifty seconds, Tnylor succeeded In over
coming the advantage of the earlier
starters, jumped into tho lend on the
second time around the course nnd lie
never wns headed. It. O'Donnell, un
attached, wns ii closn second, coming in
but n few yards behind Taylor. Tho
former's elapsed time wns thirty-three
minutes, twenty-five seconds.
J. McKcrnan, the Mcndowbrook
veteran, who finished third in the ac
tual tlmo of thirty minutes and twenty -poven
seconds wns awarded second tlmo
prize, while A. Turner, another Men
dou brook ninn, got the third time .prize,
finishing the distance in thirty minutes
und fifty seconds.
Tho Mcndowbrook Club, with thirty
three points, won the tenm prize,
getting third, fourth, sixth, ninth nnd
eleventh plnccs.
How the men finished:
Klnpsrd Actual
I Mop. (iinv
'la lor. Nn.
tlmo
l. w ,.
tlvlty c. C
C C 2:30 33 20
30:30
30 .53
30.27
30:03
30 03
- II. O'Donnell un.il-
(nchi-l 2:30
3. J. McKernsn, Me.i-
Uo1rnokl B 0."
4. A. Turner. Jlnidow-
3.1 :M
33.33
83:13
3.1. IS
douhroolc 3:1.1
B. G. Knmaoy , un.it-
tashea 3:15
0. A. (' Jncksun.
ait,ntonjruul( . . . .3,'.
7. J. O'JIrlon, hhina-
haii ('. (J 1:30
331.(9 33:21
33.50 31.20
. J. Aiieii'iorr. rsorth-
wtwt 11. i: 2.10 33:33
!. V,: Jlltlcr. Jlomlon-
liriiok 3S)5 S3.r0
10. II laubrt, Ueriuun-
town II. c 2.30 33.37
11. V. X. luni,-, .Meii-
.lowtirooia 2.00 33:3'J
12. 31. H ICinlirt. Jlin-
dovlirok . ... 3 00 31.01
13. T. llro'lluy. hh.ina-
lian ('. C 23 31.03
31:15
30.
31 27
31i".t
31:01
32.33
14. W. srcKny Mw,
Moadtw brook . .. 1:13 34:00 3:
: 51
IB, J. Durkln, Nntlv-
llv C. C 13 34:07 33.22
in. r. WorthlnBton. Mea.
dotrook .1:30 31K)3 WJ.IIS
17. It. I'. HUje-l. Mea-
doutirook 3.20 31.30 31.00
IS. J McMalion hhana-
Imn J:15 3:43 33.10
19. T. IJotttltcr. North'
w-cet H. C 2:20 31.30
20. J.i l'ttrrmn. frenn-
dlnavlan A. C... :15 31:13
32:10
34.30
32:37
32.08
31.50
21. J. OaiWen. ?frlh-
vveat II. C 2:10
22. A. (11 Hantl. Meadow-
brook 2:10
23. I.. II. Hill, .Meadow-
brook "'-'0
31.37
31. IS
31. II)
21. J. ona Nativity
MARTIN PATTERSON WINS
ST. CARTHAGEJD. C. RACE
Frank Thomas, Scratch Man, Fin
ishes Second Gets Time Prize
Tho St. Carthage Catholic Club
started the new year by staging its first
annual street run in West Philadel
phia this morning nnd the thinly clnd
harriers were watched by about n thou
sand spectators as they sped over tilt
course.
Martin 1'attcrson finished first in lSltrVi acconllng to 'football espcrts, and
iliiutes ."i seconds, nud Kriiuk Thomas i'i, nn this form of offensive that the
running from scratch was second, but i jtnokeyos will depend for victory,
won the time prize, covering the three- only one team in the middle west -mili:
course in 17:"0. The harrier Xotre Uiime could be considered ns
started from the St. Cnrthago club- oven a rival of Ohio State in forward
house, ut Sixty-first and Cedur avenue, pass pliis und most football experts
theneo to Spruce, to Marshall road, I consider tlie Ohio passes superior to
Church lane, llaltlmoio avenue, Kit - i even those of the late George Gipp,
lirst to the club. There were fifteen Notro Dame's star hurlcr. primarily
starters and fourteen finished as fol- because Ohio State Is ndept at every
lows:
Kiaiifed Artuii
Tine!
Time
M.irtln Pai.emoti
1'iaiil. IhuliiAH .
);. I. oin ...
ill in
Is n",
17i.ii
.. nl.7 l" ij
" "'ill !! 'Ii
!.' ii'j'io in in
" Hi'"! H,1 "V
J. 'innler .
K. imreo
P. O'llrien
Thoinaa l.jons
J, UalluhHii
i;, Kolloy
I.. 'ulljernoi . . ,
II. I'luur'lors . ..
K l'lvnn
W. Pllllnir . . . .
a. riyim
'! 5(i!ui D.i I"
'.'. ".V.:to i:.' iii
HS i2 Hi' i2 I
r? ? ra I
an.ni
30. 15
VIALL BEST RUNNER
Captures Germantown Boys Club
Junior Cross-Country
Frank Vinll won tho Junior run of
the Germantown Hojs' Club this morn
ing from n classy field of entries. Tin
course wns ono and live-eighths niilis.
Vial! led throughout the race and at
the finish had plenty of time to spun
before his nearest competitor unived.
Kdgcr Lang was second about eleven
seconds nfter Vinll was clocked.
Nenlo Harrison, who holds the record
for the course, nlmo-t eipinled his own
mark this morning, coming within one
sieond of his record of ll.'-l. Harrison
was tlie only scratch man in the race,
conceding three minutes to some of Tho
runners. He easily captured the time
prize.
Tho summary :
li.lep.
I'rnnk mil ... - ''
Hdirar I.ans . . J IS
Charles llrov-nhnltz 'J .10
K'np- I
ri 17
in id
in :,o
I I o-i
nit
I I .m
1 1 'j:
14 .u
14 -.i
11 ,V7
1 1 y.
ir, us
in .to
l ii i r,
1(1 17
.V tu.ll
13 nj
12 M
111 20
12 II
1M-4S
12 21
11 2.1
n aj
in.ni
H 42
14 44
12 as
11 CO
in tn
m 17
Prad llenner
1.01
Thomas Hallard
Andy ivilx . . .
Noaln llarrla .
(). Panulln,
Harvxv VtJOdruff
Paul Toll ... .
Wm Miitthawa .
(1 VolffhtHberser
ICdHln Tnjlor
William (Iruetier .
Chnrlea M.ittticnil
J Parrel I . .
lUxferuc Robert
HllUH.
. 'Jl.-i
. 1 is)
.Scratch
. ;i:oo
, L' :(s
. 2 IS
. a-. in
ao
2 no
. . h no
a no
.is
17 (KI
it IB
Olll
SUirte - Ttionuiu
300 RIDERS IN FOX HUNT
American nnd English Hounds Com
pete In West Chester Chase
Thrco hundred riders veprescntiu:
huntluc clubs of this section are fol
lovviiiR two pnehs of hounds about the
country near West Chester today after
I ii fox which was hturlod near Heeds'
Tll.l..n l.n.tl nflni. 11 ..'..I... ,, I'l n , .,
merry race on between the c'ril. 1; Kim- I
Iii.li pack of Charleb H. Mather and the1
Amerlenn hounds of the PicKerlm;
Hunt, which elan us tho llnest of their
h'lid in thin section of the Pnited
States.
Tlie lead iIok of the Mather ptiek is
weariiiK u bluo ribbon and that, nf the
Amerlenn pad; a brisht red one to
i show their location In tho ehnse. The
fo won "found soon nfter the start,
this detail liovinjj been carefully a
rnueed so there would bo no doubt uf
a chase.
Anions' tho dubs represented in tin-
ehnse ttlc the ltaduoi', Kose Tree, l.liiiu
West Chester, Hoot , Pluukelt
Stewart, .Mulher, Pnionsville, Williams,
Punic und others, but tho only hounds
used nro tho two crack pucks of bluo
bloods. Some of the finest horses In
America uie among the mounts.
0
New Year's Soccer Card
On for This Afternoon
rnuiiTii not'sn
National t'up Cimieetltlon
Robins Drxlork vs. Ilethleliem, lletlitehem,
Pn.
NATIONAL I.IIAOUK
Pnterson vs. Dlsslon, Htuto ronl nnd Un
ruli atreet.
CRICKET I.KAOl'K
First Division
.viooirstonn lllus v, Jloorratown Whites,
Mnorestoirn. N. .1.
riillmlrlplila Reds i, Merlon Maroons, HI,
Martin's.
Merlon Mlilles vs. (lennantovm C '.,
Miner ford, l'a,
A I.I.I KI) T.KAOirn
Hemnit Division
Ascension vs. l'nlrlilll, 11 nnd Ontario
streets.
Nativity vs. M. Cnnlitigc, Ilelrrailei nnd
Ontnrlo streets.
North American I, nee ts. Kenslniton
Cinl., Manle drove. I'n.
Third Division Northerns
rolllnjmoml vs. l'nlrlilll M. K Maaclier
street nnd Aujinis rout.
Ilrlilrslninr vs. Dlsston Sleet, Rlehniond
ivn Urtliodot streets,
St, lieronlen'H vs. 1'ulethorp, Second nnd
llrlstol slrrets.
Vetenin vs. Clover. I'ront nnd Her lis
streets.
Northwest Division
Colonial vs. A-MO, Nineteenth street nnil
Knntliijt I'nrk nvenup.
Illssry .Memorial vs. 1'rnnrlsvllle Itee.. II
nnil Clrartlrld streets,
MurimsH lnther vs. llen, Mnscher nnd
U'estniorelnnd htreets.
Ixirettu vs. Iliinihirr Social, Twenty-second
sirrei ana neomev nveniie.
Fourth Division
Henrm Mem. vs. Someraft, Slxty-seeond
street nnil Cedar avenue.
Aldon II. ('. vs. College, Nlneteentn nnd
Shirley streets.
I.urcliuood vs. Hrnnlon, I'lfly-srcond nnd
Chrlsllmi Mrerls.
Vollouer v. Vestmoreliind, Wnyne and
Locivn streets.
Went I'hlladelpliln Division
Norrlstoun V. .M. C. A. vs, Amora II. C.
Peknlli street.
Ilelnnir tn. Malford, I'lttleth street nnd
Chester nvrnite.
VVelconm vs. Victoria, Thlrty-tlilnl and
TnHsrr streets,
Albion A. C. . Vlrtrlv C. c. Hlxtr-thlril
and Walnut streets.
INDUSTRIAL I.llVdUH
D. T.uptons vs. Ilolilfehl. Ilroail atrret nnd
Allegheny avenue.
KXIIIIIITION (i.Vti;s
M. II. .Smith vs. l'nlrlilll II. C, II and
Ontario streets.
llelsher urn vs. 1'iirltan Y, M. I., Sec
ond nnd 'lear(leitl btrretn.
KajHiioit vs. l'rncojd. Thirtieth nnd. Dick
er fiui Mns-ts.
llnrdnlrk 4 Mil iter vs, U'nlfenden-Shore,
Cordinnton. l'a.
California and Ohio State Will
Stage Battle on Coast
This Afternoon
Pasadena, Calif.. .Ian. 1. The nn
nunl Kast-versus-West football classic
will lie staged hen. this afternoon, the
contenders being I'liivcrslty of Cali
fornia and Ohio Stnte University.
Tlie long practice grind has ended
and plans for offense and defense hnvo
been completed. While the teams are
taking it ensy physiciilly at least the
public is moi e cxeitdl than ever over
tlie outcome of the big gridiron clash.
People rushed nlmut today hoping
against hope that they would be able
to obtain tickets, despite the fact thut
nil except "."00 to be put on .sale when
the gates open this ufternon, were told
before they were printed.
Tlie betting fever, too. is nt its
highest. The odds favor Ohio. Sport
writers of Los Angeles newspapers,
however, declare "the Hears, by all
rights, should bo favorites."
Aerial attack, or tho forward pass
inc htile of nluy. has been developed
n n (renter stnec of tterfection bv Ohio
, . .- o- - . .
' LJ...... .I..... I... ...- rnnin ... ffl... .,... rt
OlUlt- lilUil llj llli; .,.,.1. ill ill' twill.
It.vpo ot pass w netner running, siuiui
iiig, double, triple or of the "screen"
type,
I'rniiniuy tin tnosr successuii pinv oi
(he Ohio Slate team is the running
l"iss, for in this play it is optional with
the passer to buck through the Hue,
circle end or pass the ball. Workman. I
in tho kickers position, receives the
hull nnd with his bnekfield ns inter-
ference sturts nround end. StinTlicomb,
..i. i. i.r. .... .,.,,..1 nll.. ..,,,.11,.
GRIDIRON GAME ON
NEW YEAR'S CARD
an "I unuiiKii ins num fi'vi, i'uj ,un.u--"'
l3 tnncos the interference nnd gets far
ahead.
Attacks against opponng lines, ninin
lv off tackle, featured tho 11)20 offen
sive of tho University of Cnllfornia'H
undefeated team.
California made little use of the for
ward pass this j ear, probably because
nt no time wns tlie team ever hard
pressed. llllj in the RilliU ncninst I
Stanford 1'niversity did the lllue and
(iold men "opiTI up" nnd show the.
were effective in an aerial offensive. In
the last period, with the panic nlrendv
won, California tried several passes
mul nwi.l nf them viere suercbssfnl.
The tentative line-up:
Ciillfiirnl.i Ohio MI.'Ke
StrnheiiH
left I'.nd
M.irr I
lieaii
Majori.
IjHIliiii .
Cranmer
.McMillan
Mnller .
llrh
Hlirntt
Toi'inei
Mshet
Left Tinkle
Uft (iu.irit .
Center
KU-ht (inanl .
. llhtlit 1'nrkli.
HiilTnian I
.1. Tnylnr
Neineerk
W Irrhe ,
I'rnlt i
Itlcht Pin! V
VVnrkniiin
(luiirlerhaik II. Workman
l.i'll lliilfliiiil. silnilHiiiiili
Itklit Half link lll.ilr
liillli.uk VMM un. in
AMERICANS WIN AGAIN
Tllden nnd Johnston Make Clean
Sweep of Davis Cup
Aiichlaiid, N. Z., Jan. 1.- William
T. Tllden. L'd. of riiilndelphia. and
Williuin M. Johnston, of San I'i'mi
ciseo, innde a clean sweep of the Uavls
Cup lawn tenuis championship tiiinnii
ment here today by defiutlni; (ientld P.
I'attersoii nud Normn'i P. Id nol.es, in
the bliiKlo events teriiiinating the t.mr
ntiment. Tllden defeated Patterson .1-7, 1! '2
ll.;i nnd li-ll. whlle Johnstnn beat
UrooUcs Ii-7. 7-.", t!-!l and t!-!i.
Today's matches had no bearinc on
the trophy ns the American team lifted
tlie cup when they won the first two
biuKlcs and Hie doubles niutcne
Johnstou s inisi Hue (jam
( nnil
rail,,.
nuiteli.
llrooucs' volleMui; unit cene:
I l'li;
tho features of their
-"hnston was ljee,l to the Hunt.
1 ti ookt leiidliiB ..-- nt one tnuu in
the second net
Pnttersiui opened stnuis'lv nnd forced
the itumi tlll'OllKlliillt, I llilen oflcn
beini; compelled tn take the defensive.
Tlie AiiKtiiilusian .lar'i. service was ie
markably good, iih he scored thirtetu
service aces.
Tho matches were played under ideal
conditions, the day belnjt very warm.
The American team plans to an I
Australia, w hens It will meet mini) of
I the utars of that couutiv.
St. Joe Baseball Club Sold
M .Inseiih, Mn Jan I n i.nin, , ni nl
is mnile b hib u 1 1 ni n v thai I 'l,varil J
llillilon of SlniiK ( ill la Iiiin v.itil Hie Hi
JOHrph WcHtiin I.ikui lub to (J I lleldon
preildent of tho Mlnneupolla Amorlcnn As
nidation club, It la umleratuod that tha
lub la tn bo rr.aik a farm nf the Millers.
Tho curchaag wla It not mado public.
CRICKET LOB
IN SOCCER TIE
Cermantown and Phila. Whites
Stage 1-1 Stand-Off in League
Battle at Manheim
Cerinniitown C. C.
l'lilla. C
C. Willie"
Knnlr
llnnte
.1. liiilnnd
V. Johnson
Mohr
Ilarlm
.coil
llroxK , .
Morgan . .
I'initstrrth
f'orriii
VV. Heard
Tat mi 1 1
.1. Heard
Vlnnn
(. Denenii
Rolitnxm
. . .rlidit fullliiiik
left fnllbsek
. rliiht Inilflnrii
renter h itfhurk
. left Imlflsirk
. . .outside rleht .
Inside rliclit .
renter fnrunril
. . Inside left
(Iriin
. Wootey
. . , (lay
Hnvnee
Doiialirrtr
(intslile left
llristnn
Kirerei -Irvln Cnrr. JJiiiwinen Ilixliiian,
Dencun, Time MalvrM 10 minutes.
(Jermnntown ('. ('. nnd Phllu. ('. C.
Whites played n 1-1 tie in u Cricket
Club League soeeer game nt Ilnnhelm
this morning. The field wns soft and
heavy, whidi handicapped the plnjcrs
considerably.
No score wns inudo by either team
during tho first half, although both
sidel hull several chances In tally
points. During the first fifteen minutes
the Philadelphia eleven completely out
played the homo team. Until teams
fulled In their attempts nt goals on
reverse comer hicks.
Throughout the remainder of tlie half
the (ieriiinnlown forwards weie busy
mil kent t
un nan in riiiintieipuiu s icr-
ritory although not trying many kicks
for tin goal.
Shortly before the first half ended
Deacon, inside left of tho home eleven
dribbled Hie bull down tlie lielil un
kicked. The ball hit the goal post si
inches from the ground. The bull was
at niidlield when the whistle ending tho
lirst half sounded.
After pla.ving eight minutes of tho
second half Hubinson. tlie oufide left
of the homo team, drew tlie first blood
of the imiuc. when be shot the bull past
Goalkeeper Kurt, for n score.
About n niiniito nfter this Kavmr
evened up tli .-core lor Philadelphia
when he made u foul .kick when he was
tripped b Munu, center forward, of
Genua ntown.
1 luring one of the scrimmages that
followed this score, ISarba, the coal
Keeper of theh nun eleven, wns knocked
unconscious. He remained in this stnte
for five minutes, but nfter recovering
gamely returned to tho game.
Hot Ii goal defenders were keenly alert
during the remainder of tho game and
every effort ut scoring wns frustrated.
Several times, Germnntown's players
dribbled the ball down the fie'd only to
lose it near tlie goal posts. Mnny spills
occured during the courbo of the battle.
Discuss "Pro" Football League
Omnltu. Neh.. Jan I, l'ffortn to nrenntxn
i wi'Siern professional football association
nro hclnir mafl hro bv OinrleH I,. Trimble,
uf this city Onuhi Kansas City. Minneap
olis, Ht. Paul. I'm Mulnes anil St Louts are
tho larittr cities under consideration for Huch
circuit.
Other Basketball Scores
American Lesion, -0, Vlnclnnd Alumni,
in.
Crescent. 3.1: Ht. .Tames' Ilea. HI.
St. LndwlK'8. 31 Siimmordale. 1.1
Xovler. 1!3: S'han.ilmn IS
mila Truvclcr. 37. St. James. 31.
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Line-Up for Game
Tonight al Armory
I'lrst Wqundron Knst Tails
llnslln left end tones
Ml
iirtnn
, Miiniilre
vtusliiiml
I'oley
. Cullen
Scliwnrtr
l.nll.v
. Hetty
l'liinnlsun
Pilmrliiel
SvvIiit
I'ln n .
Sullivan
Wnll
Reach
.Vlnitiilro
Wilson .
leri Inekie
left Rlliirtl
renter
rlslit miaril
rliht tuekle
right end
(lunrtertiieU
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econd street und Ijincnster avenue.
TROOP GRID TEA!
First Squadron Clashes With
Jack Kelly's East Falls
Eleven at Armory
TIIC 1'irst Squadron has a new fnew
is good) football plnver In its back
field. This nthlete is Milte Wilson, who
will do some hiilfbaekitig tills evening
in tlie contest ut the Cavalry Armory,
'ri.iriv.kniviml strrer nnd Lancaster
..venue, where tlie trooners meet Jnck
.Kollv's Hast Kalis eleven.
Iti order In nvnlil ronfilMou let it lie
understood- thai this .Mike Wilson is
nor the Mike Wilson who formerly
IKE WILSON WITH
': plajod on the Grcv stork lUe of the
'JlLastern Ilnsketbnll League. This on
, is thnt sterling nthlete of P. M. C,
Muhlenberg. Lehigh. I . R. Murines,
Glenside. Kirst Siiuadron. Giinntaiiamo
liny. Cuba, nnd ull points Kiiht mid
South.
Hold V Ulglit Hand
It njipenrs that Mike didn't get
enough of the military whim lie fell out
fur troon and L'unrdmoiint every morn
ing while on the Iievil Uog roster. He
craves discipline, be loves 1 he rousing
noise of reveille, but he isn't particu
larly fond of hiking in licuvy uinrcbiiig
equipment. Hiding is better, thinks
Mike, so he canceled his contract ut
Lehigh and signed up with tlie Kirst
Cavalry out in West Philadelphia.
With Mike at one linlf. Johnny Mil
guile at the other nnd Lukens ut full
back, tho troopers will have a powerful
offensive to send ngnllist. Kelly's men.
This trio will work with liucK Weogli
at qiiniterbiiek. On the ends, tlie
mounted soldiers will have Ilastio and
Woll. The tuckles will be taken care
of by Sullivan nnd Put Hiley. At the
guards, Manager Joe Maguire and
Conch Ifcinie Miller hove decided to uso
Kinn and Schwcidel. Swing will do tho
snapping back.
Tonight's game, which begins nt 8:1,"
o'clock, will be the first that Jack
Kelly und Paul Costello, world's ehnm
pion scullers have pUined this year.
Several independent teams have been
anxious to get this pair of athletes all
season, but they refused to play owing
to the prosMHP of business. Paul will
piny ful'baclt tonight und Jack will be
at halfback with Klunnignn playing the
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Vjolf, horse-back riding, motoring.
I heatres and Piers near by.
Open the jear round.
Now offering reasonable rates.
Ovnrrihip Minagi-uirut 1". HtNESI TODD
Kotsl
ATLANTIC CITY.NJ.
At Tennessee Ave yujf off
tfieJUiardivai'k with '.Seat)
Jront service and appoint
rents ct moderate rates
Arcfpjnpan:J?ejtaurant
'itidchedundfr person ? supei
vision of G.W. CARMANY
ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.
i uvAmcn can. Hiaa norpi i
of DisthvctioRand RcalConvlort
riRBFROOP QAAAOIt.
I CAPACITY COO
fitrfferj:!
Let la VlaKe .ihi I ,. I ul llnnie lu the
"tlli nt ltohunt Health '
Hotel Morton
i-irf?n '""' Vlnrlnln ir. lupiielty 2.10.
,,,r u,,",,op,i
TTHEIDlii! nMllvunm
Vlrfiniit We and lieu,!, i up 350. Prlvsts
LV.n.'i.rV".1 .,uUr' el-vutor etc Amor. pla
bAM. Ll.I.lti. Ovumi. N J COLLINS. Mr.
I
HOTEL CONTINENTAL
Alw ni p. n Aiaa re idv T, nna mod-
V i' LL " ::'" ' VValwh flimcan
Westminster K'!l,,"-k' m nr beach.
1. i-v. in st . prlv. baths
runhlrii water C A Kopp, Ovvnor I'ro,
Hotel Bcscobcl iV'l""Jt
ln-iurn
"I In 117 f,0
, 1 n rinli Phono 11"
A t: MAHION
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LtlMitiN LNtiLAMl-ltlisiiins.
vis. !.. .
JJOT' Nit'IL
3
ARLINGTON
h MICHIGAN Avt-.NCARDMACM
1 Lxclusive Location Moderate Rates
X Ja. r.CMNCST TODO, worm
other one, hally, who Is (mother Dam
num und member of the Vesper lloat ,
Club, will play iuurteibnck. On tho
ends Kelly hns a fast pair In .tones and
Schw'iitt. und ii strong combination at
tlie tackles witli ('nrlon and Tullen.
Tho guard posts will bo taken cure of
by Foley und .Maguire, while Mush- .
cunt is booked for center.
After the game tin bojs and girl
wil Ittlp the light fnntu.stlc on the
basket ball flour
KAYOULA VS. GIRARD
I American Leaguers Play at Down
I towners' Hall This Afternoon
Knyouln Catholic club vvjll play
another liollda.v basketball game this
I afternoon in ,t Anthoiiv 's Auditorium,
I Twenty-fourth nod Carpenter streets,
with (ilrnid Alumni, of the American
League, n.s the attiaction. I'luj will
start nt li :.'!() p. m.
, filrurd jdnyed the ,rst gnme nf the
se;i8on on Mondnv I'vcning against Pout
I'JII, winners of the first half title,
Kinging a nl and tuck cume nnd hold
lug tho lead for thirt.v-tive minutes,
only to be nosril nut ut the liiiisb bv
two field goals made by .loie McXamcc,
(iiraid will picsi'iit thu same lino-tip
n.s upposed 1'o-t '2d.
Mnnager Clnvin, of Kuvoula, will u
Culhoiiti, WIImui nnd liiinson, for
wards; Heagnn, center; MrCnrtcr and
Kilpntrick. guards. A preliniinary will
nlso be on the pingrntn.
I'AK'r.M.Uhlltl'.o
1320 VVAI.NIT MTitl'ITr
rhllndMinhlii. Jnuar 1st 1021
Mi. IPmard l. tiitntreth !iiiltiK retired at
Special Partner in tho llrni of I'etr-. Tnland
A Velss, thn IiusIiitks will bo tnntlnued undr
the aAfna firm tiHmn aa a central purtiurshltt.
i;irrnY, iound & wkish.
I'reil, rick J I'etrr.
. It II Itush Toland,
Hnmti! Weiss
Harry S Kuhn.
Sl'inbera--
1'hlla.lelph'a ftnr llxhnnco
Nov. "i r,rk Stoflc lixehnnK"
MinrK is iii:ki:iiy c.ivr.v that tub
trm nf i he llmi'nd paitnvrsblp nf Trlrr.
Tolnnit . Weiss liu.s rxplred nnd mid part
nership be n ilis'(iea f,n IJemmber 81.
10S0, a cert mint, to that effect liavliir
beu filed and re, f rtted nrrnnlliiK to law
I'cjTItV 10I.ANO & WEISS.
Tred-rh k J. 1'etry 1
It If. llti-h Tnland rdrnernl formers
.snmuel V. l'a J
llonard I.uiiuMtrrth, fjpe'al Partner
BIBLES
roit diiTs.
SCOFIELD BIBLES
W.7.-. I
Sncelnl .srliiitnrs' IIIMe ;.,-,5
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BISHOP (JUAYLE'S
lieautil'til (iift Hooks
In (.nri'H (liit-ef llnnr 53.00
llrshte Like llenntlfiil 2 :i
(.oiPn ( .ilendnr 52,50
METHODIST g
103 Arrh Mrert. Plillililrlnhlil. I'll.
"Till: 111's.T IN HOOKS"
Itl'.I.K.KII si m'lCI!
niiit'si
llli; I U.MI'I.i:, liroiia uml Ilerhn Us. (1000
North) .limn reim
HI ssni.i, it cfiNwr:i.L Pastor
Wiill.im Dim M.'urd.x Aasorlatn Pastor.
Ir J MiuMn ll-inna Mu'lral Director.
J'reilerhk I SinrUe (irKHn.it.
Mr (.'unvreli p- nih, Suiplav 10ada.ro,
ao P m Ti'ini : , huruM s.iiKa both aerv
liei Hllile '-rhrol Jere I,. Cree .Super.
Inlennnt 2:.1n
I'rlejiilM
un: in. i) vri.itins MciniMi ikilm;. ait-
imtej on Hiiinimiiny i n. Mc-ion In onen
for htrvls s c.,rv l'lrii-ilis Ounday)
mornlns at 11 n't Inch It v ae bull! in
l(lb2 Hrt William Penn unrah'ped, Ono
nl Ihe oldt mom hlatulirnl -hurih edl
Iicca In thla rnuiitry. Cordial Invitation
.Xtendel to jfcttnr s
rilNIKKKMi: l"sv.. l.-.tn and ltaee Ml.
11 :40 siubj, . t "11. Ik f ThrotiKh Halvivtlin
Army" I.i.kI.t N '.V liarntt. Ben-
'ral wrwin c r Hi- SnUat'on Army
Mflhodlst linNrjHMl
I'AHK ,VK. l. K. (Ill IK II
Park ai'nue .in,l Norrla "trcst.
in 30 IIOI.V CI'MMPNKJ.N
2 ai hiih.i; .si'iKxit,
7 IB Th" J'uFt.ir Kill preaeh
"A .SKHMU.N Pull 'I Hi: Nl;w YI.An"
jmBtSmiJTv jMf.i,..snJ"r ,he D:rrctlon oC
''ourleoui Lkhcri Alinja JI-et You at the
Door.
bPltlMI (.AKDI.S sTIlKKT. corner .if Snth'
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I. INN IliiWMAN U I) , Pa-toi
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2 30- Ilium M'llnil. Int.rnu'ioiai Los.
eoni iikoii i i,,sh, a f(,r un.
7 ::ii iii:i-itai.
7 4n I'lltil-n rnn.MIJD IN YOP
Chi.Htin.il JPls ulll Ik, ret-,it"d -t aM
Setvlee (H KVI.Y MATTOX Viullnllt
SA1.1...'1'"' ""' ' l'"'r MAIK.ARBT
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I'ri'shMerlaii
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In MHuni. w'.i iiri-ui h a N. Year'
Hi-rmon ut in I", ,.n "et Thv HnU, I
ii ,., .;v'n he villi rrea.h on tlm
I i.A .'.""""'r" 5, ,l)'.'"1 a sl-io.l Muni
1 l'ith Affi.t ii Ha.l Man'n Soui This
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i.I'lBkuit'"" ,'!, '"' c,r Queatlon, till!
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10. in Moinlnw Wurwhlp
' Salmon. "A Ni:V YKAIl fSOAT
. i'"1"". ,,r,',!ul" Manh Triumphul Men-
rtt.kw.hii. Inioi...l.ii h.-m. , rtponsivo
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if ' hr Httnus ' i:.th n I .,iv r Offer.
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p,'riu.!e " '. Mmn Ji.n.iction
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tlrt.f uerv ire. with l'lirttnmn tnilali-al pro-
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I nljtartiin
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ti-ri'Mli '
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thNnv T ht.itiient
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s, rvli e ut 11 III.
Thi. mlnUter, llev. ItfXIKIl H. I'OllDIDtl,
v l.l f leat h
Subject t ' l'f.W TO MAKU A KARD
'lnrM fur rhlldren In th pailsh huus
at ih'i svino hour.
lir"liilt"J
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IT femor In Swurthrno-e Cols,
Monday, Jnnuar 2 n p rn
Wn.tes Audilnritim, lilih bflnw ChtltDOt.
Bullleet-.-POHT.WAll IlKI.KItnM '
Auspices! 1'htU. Unit Younr D'tno'WTieT.
uiii'..in ii o. exxtjomr VTticoras,
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