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w, ww TTTfiV 'w-rr ,77,"!!u evi ''' ' - r"''-" EVENING PUBLIC gLEmER-PgllAJDELPja::, MQ3STI)AY JANUABY 23, 1022 BTHW' iwui itf"- '",'"r" it; -wvw-f r 'T' ': ''",., Jtt; 'j"4i" .- - ' - , ' -.) rfnfv4r 19 Geerge Duncan and Abe Mitchell Will Come Over Frem England te Compete in American Open .. . . . : i i I " i " rZT7"T . . . . 1 "l , PENN FACES THE TEST AGAINST N A VY QUINTET Undefeated Teams Meet Here Saturday Night Grave and Mates Surprise by Easy Win Over Colum bia Poleists Open With Victory PENN will face the supreme test Sfltunlny night in WeMimnn Hall !,en the AnnnpellH Middles make ihW first nwny-frora-lieme appearance iralmt etlier than n service team in Its . i....,'e unaunn In lnln hnu hpen SWwicccw. while that of tl.e Navy tin be placed In the naine cntcsery. Neither team has suffered n hIiirie blemish en Kh rrcnrcl this Kcasen te date, nd It Ih expected that the two will meet Saturday iilcht hh undefeated teams, p'mi phiys Delaware here We.lncsdny ililit but the case with which the Mld.llw vanquished the quintet from -the reach Hlate makes the Itcd and Blue the ft Saturday night ever In New Yerk. Tddle McNichels chnmplens outclassed Tee Dccrlng'n Columbia five, !!3 te 10, in a came that waH expected te prove one ofthe hardest en the I'enn schedule. The MerninRsidc HclghtM quintet after telling away te n short lead succumbed 10 the lielitnlng-llke passes and quick tlioetlng of 15111 Grave und his mates. According te one of the Pcnn ' players. Vie Red and TShtc qutntel plnucd brltcr basketball against the Columbians than they have dis played all season. Last year, it i it Hi he remembered, that the OethamUcs forced Venn te the limit te 1W11, Danny McNlahel it foul goal in the last minute of play earning inruiuin ;i i win. Willi 'Watsen nnd Ptilleyn. the star reformers last year, back In liarncus, ft was figured that I'enn would have n difficult time In keeping Its record iinsnilrched. lIowecr. according te the I'layer, I'enn worked with such jnachine-Ilke rapidity with the famous ,litrt passes, ukippcil around the fleer Jlke champions and otherwise covered themselves with glory. O'rcat en Defense The Fcnn system of defensive play jievcr worked te better advantage than it did against Columbia. According te the player, Columbia had te make nearly every shot for the basket from tejend tbe 15-feet mark, be close did the Hcd and Blue quintet guard the liemc heys. In all Cetumbla. rated as high-scoring machine, particularly en Its home deer, mode only six double deuble deckers. This is five mere than it made atftlnst Princeton, but it played the JTijers In Princeton. On the ether linnd, Crave, leading the bcerlng, and the remainder of the itram went through the Columbia de fenses with case, getting fifteen field renls. Grave led the slaughter with hJx. Ms highest mark of the year. He was opposed te Watsen, the captain and Mar of the Columbia team, who secured only two goals. Walter llnnUinger continued his tar placing by bunging the cenh for tile field goals, two less than he he cured against Lehigh last Tuesday. Vejelln seemed a due of two pointers, wlille Kewnnst and .Miller each hurl one. De.i-.eii, (Jeldblatt, .Sullivan nnd J.rjden. nil R'eenU-string players saw ctien in the closing minutes uf the sec ond half. Grate's foul sheeting was no up te the standard of past performances of tbe Hetl and Illue from the lo-feet park. Lanky Hill wercd only three of his nine tries, but the points were net reeded with such exceptional work from the fleer by the regular quintet. Saturday night's victory brings Fenn te a tie with Princeton for first place in the league standing and marked the eleventh consecu tive victory this season. Getting back te the Navy five. They inr Mini Kyvrx Km ......' '...", , haven't met teams of the same caliber ns i'enn, lmvc siiewn a surprising amount of strength. Harris and Me Kec, the forwards; Ault, center, and Iijen and Pnrr, guards, are the men upon whom the Navy depends for a victory ever Pcnn. McKce and Ault Stars McKcPj a veteran of two seasons, and Ault, the pivot man. are the stnrg of the team and the high scorers. Ault is said te be one of the. best centers ever te wear a naval athletic uniform. He should give Grave. All-Cellcglate cen ter Inst year, a keen battle. In Hatur day'sj game Ault cased five field goals against Weyncsburg College. McKcc and Ault divide the foul-goal sheeting. Against Wayncsburg the forward he cured nine out of thirteen tries nnd Ault five out of eight, excellent aver ages. A large contingent of naval men from this cltv nnd the Acudnny nrc expected te see the game, according te one of the Pcnn officials. Heb Pel well und n nnrtv of friends will be In attendance at the game. While the varsity quintet was con quering Columbia the Penn freshman five was subduing Hill Scheel up in Pottstown for the tenth straight year ling win of the season. The final score was .10 te 13. Puyn, the bis center from De Witt Clinten High. New Yerk, was the star for Pcnn with five field goals te his credit. Jimmy Carmaek. captain of the team and former Atlantic City High Scheel star, scored three from the field and caged six of bin twelve tries from the foul line. McGra,w, the gridiron quarterback, snared two deuble-deckers, whlle Uurman secured the ether. rolelsta IJcat Cernell With the buskctball team in Getham, the students turned out te sec the pole team trounce Cerpell, 0 te 0. in the opening game nt the armory Saturday night. Jimmy Sexten and his mates, Swing and Dixen, njid afterward Jer rcmB and Strang, played an exception ally btreng brand of game nnd outgen eraled the Ithacans. Captain Jimmy Sexten icas the star of the game, tlis excellent riding and general all-around play tccre responsible for nearly all of J'cnn's scores. He sent the ball bettcccn the goal pests ticicc ami materially assisted Swing and Dixen in registering the three goals each scored. Strang, a sub stitute last year and the same this season, who entered the game in the last chukkcr scored the ether counter for the lied and JJlue. fri viplnrir irflp finnll inlA1 . having nn excellent team, augurs well for the future of the season for the lied nnd Itlue. When It is considered that Swing nnd Dixen played In their first game Saturday night, and that they should greatly improve before the scnseiv jrcts -well under way, Penn should have nn exceptional trio. In ad dition Jprrpinu fttnl Xtrnm. tlw. umI.ciIi- tUtCS this YCnr. nlnvpil In Hip enmn n.ln ' last year nnd are "capable of putting up a strong game ut any time. PERKINS SIGNS FOR mm RAISE A's Catcher Affixes Signature te One-Year Contract at In creased Salary Figure Signs for 1922 "DESERVED BOOST" MACK NEW BALL USED IN RACQUETS HERE New Yerk Sphere Likely te Sup plant English-Made Pill. Locals Win U. S. DOUBLES THIS WEEK "MWV YORK dropped the decision te x Philadelphia !n the intercity "iquet matches nt the Racquet Club Saturday ufternoen, but the Gotham Getham ltes tcercd one triumph nt Jeast. Fer the tirst tlme in competition here, the English racquet ball wus net. used, nnd one In uigue in New Yerk was tried out and went ever. The NpW Yerk ball. e called becaube "its ue In the big town, is somewhat eiler than the English sphere nnd is Ise livelier te n small degree. Lively J It is, it Is dead compared te any thing but a medleliip bnll. It is only the terrific power with which It is hit and the composition of the material Mil In the court thnt makes ic rc- ,,"' "H ,ar nH it does. STAR SWIMMERS Cy Perkins is n satisfied and elated athlcte today. The snappy Mack catcher penned his nnme te his 1022 contract In the tower of Shibo Park this afternoon. Kalph is elated nnd satisfied because he get a ralse without even asking for it. Perkins, at the call of Cennie, came In from his home In Gletippsfer nnd ve iled Mack In the tower today. The two discussed the weather und prospects for the coming mmmui. Then the tall tutor drew out the papers nnd bald : "Sign en the dotted line." One-Year Contract Cy looked ever the contract, which called for one year and for a raise. There was no quibbling ever Uie Nil ary, and without n word he threw Ink uleng the dots. He thanked his boss as he handed back the document. "The salary was perfectly satisfac tory," said Perkins, "nnd I urn nnx nnx ieus for the tlme when we will be headed toward Kngle Pass. I have kept In condition this winter and believe I nm In for a geed year." Ralph Is one of the best catchers in the American League nnd Is consid ered by miuiy ns en n par with liny hch.vlk. He Is a tireless wniker and is "In there" fighting all the time. Deserved Ilnise "Perkins get a mho because he de served one," wild Mack. "We nrc a! wujh anxious te boost salaries of ball players weh work hard and Ualpli v one of tlioie. Ne matter what the were he Is always lighting hard for victory nnd thnt is the tpyc bull plnycr I want. "Perkins always is anxious te erk and wants te catch every game. If he had his way. wc never would use any one else behind tl.e plutc. As it wnV he caught most of our games last sea sea aeii. When it comes te the mutter of salary, wc never quarrel ever giving n rali-p te n deserving player." Mack said there was nothing new en the Remmel case, lie has net henrd. t'rem hi.s youthful finger since- he nlrcd hlu troubles te the world nnd threat ened te tuke his case cfore Judge Lan- (IIS. Havana Entries for Tuesday rimt race, for thrrr-jc.ir-elds, clalmlnr. pur J700, 0'4 furletms: ttthcl Vale Ida WrecMrs lefi Ooccernm 110 Churletin Smith. P7 Af lll.irn 1 nfi Si'nh Ul.fllHn 4A .-.-. --- ,,..,..,. .,... ijii mnv i i l il iium uin ma -LMruiriera .., Blazlmc Klre ...100 Alcse Helle Wrucl: ....lOS SocenJ race, for thrpp-j par-olds rpwnri), clalmlnr, yurs'j 5700. 0', leuts: IM. OnrrlHen ....in.-. eid Sinner .,, Hellnblllty 89 Moen Wln!.a . Osgood 107 IJruLlan Ttllrfl ,gP. fl,w t.tt lr... nl.1 .. . ! i . . ' 'WI ' uiun una up ward, clniinliiir, i"-e 7e: Siiirnr Mint ...107 Mldlnn m Tnrascen 1IJ Ituntrci, ion yt0lln"-e '''.' WlmN uf Chnnce.lO.-. I.yrle ....105 Quaker leh War Map loll Vickie 1'ancy ...107 Hh,i.it.uwuj- Ill HJendel ....... "114 Teurlh rncc. Urn Mlil-Senren !tnndlct. or threo-scur-eld.i and upward, puree $1000 1 mile; ' Hpei Clpnn ....1ln .Tudite I'ner me The I'lrate ln.l Mumbo Jumbo .".103 Ken l'rlnce 101 " Fifth, race, for fojr-jenr-eldi nnd up ward, claiming. purJe $700. 1 mlle and Oft lv ' .i'r . r7X?? :.r;P? , "XL i 'm"yr"i OV PERKINS A's catcher, who was given a sal ary boost for next season by Mack FASI CAGE TEAM AT COLUNGSWOOD Jersey Basketball Aggregation Has Lest Only One Game Thi3 Season GOLD FOOTBALL AWARDS MRS. SCHANG RECOVERING Wife of New Yerk Catcher Improv ing After Operation Mrs. AVulter Scbang, wife of the New Yerk Yankees catcher, in In the "Wom en's Homeopathic Hospital recovering from ti major operation. Mrs. Schang had been suffering for some time and liiHt Tuesday went under the knife. She has been improving Mtcadlly and is expected te be dis charged from the hospital in the near future. W celt-End Soccer Scores ..10 . .iea nnd fur- ..III . . til ..l'JI Iilr nnd Wnrmer , Dlbbl-r Our Nepliew Audrey A. . Onmul Teuuscntlia .Sixth race lin Stlr Up ... 103 I.Uilc Dear ij.-i Sir Adsum .. .ins Incinerator . OS 'Hjcone .... .10S C.iuiiicl ... .10U . . 1 0.1 ..10!) ..100 ..10.1 . ns ..103 MAY ENTER PENN .... . . . -.;r."' riisi.. -."" .'"ir"ire," ""a up- R0 Vardi: 6nJ nnSeai1."""' ' A?,l :fI",,d"n Chance.. 104 Keeal H7 in( )n. retrarrli ..... H7 IJjrne .lne Apprentice nllownnce rlKlmed. Weather clear, track fast. Vlftrlr. 3t Albien. 1. Sunshine. Si I.lehtlieii'n I. O.. S. I'lilnam 2d. 3i Ktinfleld Cub. 3. iiirlTlllr, Si Fen. 0. rcllenillle. Oi (Hirer nrethrrn, 1. Fjint Kml. 1 1 St. Allrtn'it. O. . X. ii. V. riub, 2i frankferd Albien, 1. I'Hjrlte. flt Ht. Ie, 2. Ve-tmerInnd. 7 1 l'linneld. ti. U'llrtwoed, 3 Vtlnstnumlnr. 8. J'undeld, 4 1 Sen of Temprranee, S. niMtnn Junlern. fti Knmblers, 3. Del'nul, 4 1 lUnceM.'O. Itehlnx. 1 Vnrren. 0. l'alf thorp. 3i Ha;-rroei, 1. New Orleans Entries for Tuesday Vlrt rac. purra $1000. maiden three-vear. olds, 0 furlensa: Pur he a 110 Rtra lit Bhet 110 Tunn 110 T.lchter 11.1 Daddy .Wolf US Qlpsy Jee 110 Vlunella 110 Our Ilatiiy 110 Iriosem 7Ieu94 ..He JeKeph 11. IT..H3 in (lern n.i Alse eiieime: Consert US May Blessem ..,.110 Sun Tlme IIS Second rare, purse $1000, clalmlnr. four- yenr-uins ine upwurn, n rurienes: Mis nankin ll-llnda Vlylne Orb . . Ilertlm H. .. Maine! T.and Tint McClee . . Cebalt T.r.ii Perleeurdln loenson ... P0 .My l.ail.lin I OS ..110 Hack Bay 112 . .tes Hustler 110 ..103 'Actress . 101 . .ins Sacijawea 103 ..10H Alse eligible: . . OS Annetta Teller ..113 ..10." 'Xlarj' Fonee 0(1 ..108 Third race purie J1000. three-year-olds pnd upward. 6 furlencs: Sairamore 110 Smart Ouy 118 Jik-Ic Scot II IIS '.Marie Maxim ..le.l App'e Jack II. ...11.1 'Stock Tin lis Sandalwoecl IIS Satana lis lina Frank nn 'Silence 107 llrlelit Llchts ....113 Alse eligible. tlalanre Wheel ..lOHOlnss Tree ;101 St. Denard It.-! I.ady Luxury 108 'Jehns Umma ...lill l'eurlli race, puree JIBOO. three-;car-olds nnd unuard, O furlencs; 101 Tabtcau d'llen- 100 neur ies , ...iu- iiapiu uay 107 purs $1000. thrce-ycar-elds. Arrowhead Tan Sen Ulneer riflh race, 1 mile: Ilrusli Hey . . The Venseanc. Sweepy Ashland Uullet , ..101 Silent Klnc .... 07 . . nil Commander JIc- ..107 JteeMn no ..107 Ueut. Colonel ..let Sixth race. nurre JI000. clalmlnc, four .-.-., Iu3 uii uiremu, i - m miles. Tharen Ill Oray Gables Oeurmand in.1 Attnrnei ... Hretherly Leve ..113 Tantalus ... Wlckfurd let ..113 ..10S ..110 Seventh race, nurse Sinnn. pinimin ear-olds and upward. 1 l-ie mlles: i;epyri(tnt ....107 'new! Searchlight III, ..IIS Ilroem Teddler Verity ........ .107 Devil Dec .... Klve pounds allowance claimed. eathcr clear, track eoed. four- ..107 ..107 ..IIS ny PAUfi rnisr COLLINOSWOOD IIIOII SCIIOOT. is allowing wonderful form en the basketball court. The team, after IehIpr the first game of the sennen te Moorea town Friends, has wen four straight gnmes. Camden Catholic IIIrIi, Wood bury High, Palmyra nigh and Vlneland High were defeated. The Blue nnd Qeld quintet this year virtually Is n new combination. I-ast June Captain Merris, ene of the be6t centcrn In Hntith Jeraev : Pickens, star forward, and Kramer, who also played n forward position, were graduated. Conch Irvine, tiicrcferc, had te build u new five. Captain Ttebcrts nnd Itclnert were the only players left from last season, and Coach Irvine used these boys ns a nucleus. lie developed McAllister, a lanky youth, te take the place vuented by Merris. Then he took charge of Tenes nnd Wllklns nnd made n grent pair of guards of them. He then switched the. diminutive "Cblck" Itcln ert te forward us a running mate te Captain Ilebcrts, thereby rounding out his team. Enter Tournaments Coach Irvine has entered his team in both the Seuth Jersey and Penn tour naments. He Miyn that his team lins 11 geed chance, and would net be sur prised if It wen one of these tourneys. The football team at Colllngiweod will be presented with geld footballs. The students of the Institution donated n sum of sufficient amount te award thcfcc te the boys, considering the fact they were awarded a championship cun by the New Jersey Interschelastlc Athletic Association this season. Captain Kdenr Warren, Captain elfrt Rebert Wllklns, Heward Hebcrts, Miemas fornbreoks. Harry rvichels. Vernen Nichols. Jack Zanger, Hareld Weldmnn. Themas Strahnn, Donald flrahnin, Hareld Uryunt, Lynn Jenes, William Williams, Manager Emil Itu Itu delff nnd Conch Irlne were these nwnrded footballs by the students. Football Conference- A scholastic football conference, sim ilar te the Western Conference, was fcrmed at n meeting of various public high schools throughout Pennsylvania held in the St. Nicholas High Scheel, Harrisburg, Pa., en Saturday. The organization will be known as the Penn sylvania Inierschelastlc Athletic Con ference. Paul Healer, of Johnstown High Scheel, was elected president. It was planned at the meeting te hove two divisiens: one In the eastern part of the State and the ether In the western. The winner in the custom f-octlen will meet the tltlehelder of the Western division en the Saturday fol lowing Thanksgiving Day. A cup donated by a Johnstown fun will be presented te the winner. New Yerk League There is every Indication that .1 New Yerk Intcrseholastie Athletic Associa tion will be formed during the coining week. The heads of many private schools have been In cenfub for a week, and friends say thut a league will be started seen. Streng teams are being developed In all the lietham schools, and this Is a geed sign that there Is temcthlmr brew. ins. De In Seile Imtltutc, Dwight Scheel nnd Trinity Scheel are getting combinations together nnd It premises te be another battle royal between these institutions for the honor.". These schools were the shining lights In New Yerk scholastic circles twenty j ears age. CORNELL OFFICIAL TAKES ISSUE WITH PR, LOWELL Football Doesn't Interfere With Education, 8aye Berry Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 23. lntcrcol lntcrcel lntcrcol legiate football docs net Interfere with education, in the opinion of Graduate Manager Remcyn Berry, of the Cernell University Athletic Association. Tak ing issun with sentiments expressed by President A. Lawrence Lewell, of Har vard, Mr, Berry said today : "Unquestionably, intercollegiate foot ball is taken tee seriously by the gen eral public. I question, however, whether the universities tncmscives, or me un dergraduates thereof, have lest their sense of proportion. Jf a person had no sources of Information ether than the newspapers, he might very well think that football games were the chief in terest and winning teams the chief end of American universities. "It Is perfectly true, however, that the universities work along for live and one-half days In (he week, doing their main business without much thought of football. Twe or three hours of excitement en Saturduy afternoon docs net affect the frame of mind in which students go te work en Monday mornings. "As long ns undergraduates and fac ulties keep their feet en the ground, ns they seem te be doing, I cannot see thut the feverlshncss enn interfere grcntly with the main business of education." CO-EDS PLAN POLO TEAM Mise Majer Interests Girls In Spert at Penn The ce-eds at Penn nrc going te have a pole team, and It will be the first In the history of cducntieunl institutions in this country. The Idea of organizing a team came from Miss Margaret Mujer. the physi cal director of women, who is busy drumming up candidates. Te date her efforts have been rewarded "villi a largi number of girls who have, announced their Intention of trylnjr for the team. The iim- of the armory at Thirty second street nnd Lancaster avenue has been offered te the Puin ce-cIh nnd the lOI'd Cavalry has premised the vise of a few jtenles. Practice probably will start around the early part of Kebru aiy nnd an attempt will be made te schedule n game with a girls' team in New Yerk. BILL GRAVE BEST FIELDJGOAL SHOT Penn Center Tops Intercollegi- ate Shooters With Nine Double-Deckers PULLEYN LEADING SCORER AViNTf.it nr.MertTH ATf.ANTH' rrrv. s. .1. aLi ATLANTIC CITY. IM. J. Directly or Kc Ocraiifrenjt A close rnce is en in the Intercol legiate Basketball League for the high scoring honors. Ne such substantial margin separates the leading contenders as that which Danny McNichol estab lished n year age when be led Pcnn te the championship. The seven-point lend which Ctillcn, of Dartmouth, had gained ever his nearest rival, Pulleyn, of Columbia, in the first week of the campaign, was overcome by the Blue und White guard, who in last Satur dnj's game against Pennsylvania ac counted for eight points. Pulleyn has scored thirty-seven te Ctillen's thirty sis points te date. It might be said for the Dartmouth captain, who was runner-up te Mc Nichol In Inst year's race, that Dart mouth has played in but three games, whereas Columbia has elrcady taken part in four. Cullen's avenue score It twelve points per game, while that of Pulleyn Is slightly ever nine, ('alien. Incidentally, is leading the league In foul sheeting, with twenty-six free' tries te his credit. Pennsylvania's captain and center, , Bill Grave, is the leading field-goal scorer. Agnlnst Ynle Crave shot four' goals, and last Saturday added five Standing and Records of College Basketball I'lnrrr A ralltrn O. Jullrn, C0I11111I1I. . C'iiIIcii, nnrtmeiith . .1 Urnrr, l'f nn 3 I-ed. Prlnrrtnn. ... 3 I.nthrr. Cernell . '.! llefnil. Prnn . . " Pnrlnnnem. (el'mlilu t Ulr, Irlnrlmi .. 2 Mnlrelm. Dartmouth .1 Millar, Piirlmeiilli THAM MrM foul Tn coniHgeAK i'i. 3.1 sa II 1 17 n n e n 0 CellfKC Dnrtineulli. . I Vim . . CelnniMn. . l'rlnrln. . Cernell. Vile I'OINT HTANIHNfl I'lrtil r.iiil Total !I7 M tB 34 3: It i ! IS a. a 1 con In It 311 31 3 1 II I itnnl l't. Opit. 2(1 II sa 13 17 s 7 mi f!7 r.s an JO J.EAOUi: SrAMMNU (I. Wen. l.el I. C ni 33 113 an IS no Tem I'enndt It unlit I'rlnfeten 3 Dartmouth ! Columbia. 4 t emell 3 Vile I i.nnn I. OOO .fltlj .iV .OOO .000 mere te hit tetnl at Columbia's cx penfe It. is interesting te note nbeut. Grave that In last year's tournament he scored fifteen baskets whlle holding his opponents te but five field goals In ten league games played. Already Grave has ninacd a total of nine goals and has been scored en but once in two games by opposing centers. Hesennst, Sprlnghern und Malcolm fol fel low Craves In goals seered, vltb eeven baskets each. Dartmouth heads the league liv total points tcercd, with 17-1. Pennsylvania Is second with slxly-nine. though it ban taken pert In only two rentcMs. The Bed and Blue ha.s also held Us oppo nents te but thirty-two points. Colum bia has scored sixty -seven points In four games, but. ns the records show, hns had 112 points scored ngalnst it In these games, i'ennsyhnnla is the lending goal team, with tucnty-nine te its credit. Teuns Tern On Tropic Seas te PORTO RICO There is no lovelier spot for a wintef holiday than this "Island of Enchant ment." A climate soft as June; cities and harbors vivid with the glamour of Old World life; mess-grown fortresses; Grace ful Moorish architecture. CAPACITY 0O OARAOC tttxffierl i HarlboreuafoBlmfeim 0rtYVVtm U Sen CempanQ Virginia ava. near lUach. rtuunlni; . uttr; Aw-r. plan. SI per day up. SAM nl.I.IS. uwner. tf .l.COt.t INS. Mgf. HOTEL CONTINENTAL Ala Oin, nluu3 r-ad term med-rat Writ or phone. M. WALSH DLNCAN. , Hetel Boscobel KentucJ. A v. nr. b-a J1UIC1 IWHODCl r.iwllent txbli Mr acn Me.1. 1 ralen. Am. K. plan rh.117 A.H. MAniON I RICnMONP. VA. 57, Met nianilllr-nt le :n the Seuth. Koeroa allielr 01 en anlte. with and ' Ithent bathe. Ilurepenn p!un. II taMratcd booklet en re anent. O. r. TElllOKR. Mrr. ASIIKVII.I.K. N. C. .- A 4111. 3 W iim.ttti. m 'ii.xni;. "amc Hi -twmvnr, sBHHpHMMHAfi 16 DAY CRUISE ALL EXPENSES 180 and up There ! just the right amount of here-geing te tend in terett te the entire crulae. Yeu make the trip en largt, 10.000-ten ateemers etpectall7 designed and luxuriously fitted for service in the tropics. There it a wide choice of accommodations ranging from comfortable staterooms at minimum rates te suites with private bath. The steamer is your hotel for the entire trip and the rate covers all necessary expenses te and around the Island and return te New Yerlr. Deck golf and ether amusement. Hew Coadade-VanderbJt Hetel open Jan. 1st, Wnf for btmutitullT illuttrataj boekUt. Addntm PORTO RICO LINE 23 Broadway N.w Yerk nr I.n". ...., j$h.jMt iuki ivJV. fZsr ..-u.. Cpeer, Who Broke Twe Records, and Hall, Who Shattered Anether, Like University ERIE BREAKS RELAY MARK prTAItLES Sl'KKR. the Merccrsburg .icniicmy yeuiii who Hiiattcrru n ; ntltieilnl llllrl lirriLn n ivnrlfVrt uivtlnllllnr I rPf'iril In tli !'!. i.l,.. r TlAtinui.li.n- ,t -"ll. in nit; 1 iiiti'irwi., ,11 A.iiiin.ii,,- I uin pnei ntllr(lav artcrunnii 111 tne nine- 1 ii'i-iim nnnnni ltiierse leiamic teiiriia merit, may come te Penn next fcnsen. j rtpeer is f.alil te Iiavc telil several lleii and Ulue mvlmmers and former nt lilt tes I or i.icrccrsnurg that lie was withholding 1 111s (lecihien en the collece until Im had talked with Ii 1m nnrenln in Pnlm Ttencli. Via., where lie lives. At present lie Is f wavering between Penn nnd Princeton. !( ftpecr iscampcred through the water In the 100-yard swim in 1(I -" seconds, tying the world's record made by Lee Handy, of Ilroeltlinc. Mass., In the chamiiliiiiNhli) meet held In the Prlnip- ten peel in inift. The schoolboy marl; I iuu (mm in nun. 1 in- Kcnoeiuur mnrii 1 'II1A 'V..... "w I. ..II . . ... . if ,.. TT 1 FT . - .. . , . .un jinn nan iias upon taKlllg 1 eniivriy whi .11 1 -11 i-ccunui. ami was 1 ni i!a i,(: '" ,l10 rl'ennlB and Uneqiiet made by C'linrlei Crownover, the fermer1 uub, of New Yerk, for Heme time, and Olrnrd College speed artist. In 11)21. wn the intercity matches were nr-l In the RO-ynnl nwIiii Bpeer clipped1 i7n5.i hcr', tne fietlinmitcH jcpieled 'three-fifths of n bcceml off the mark! '"at the new sphere be put In play. 1 miide by Wright, of Krle. last jear. ' if reniiest was oemplied with, nnd The time was 24 .1-fi sicends. In break- ' "11 (.aid that it has made n dibtinct ing 'Wright's record Sneer also de- flll. r.nl.,1 4I.M f..mn 1 I I 1. 1 .1 1... 1 1...- It'.lLI'IJ 1111 IUI IIIUl I ILIt'llllllllT ll llll'lll'.l I I Mlnilelphin averted iti wipremney i, l'raeqm.s en Saturday by win wl ",r,r "f ihn "" mnlclies. A K previous the locals bent New Yerk ,7)"irl 'enuis by the same margin. At. l. tlM -ftltr-qiiPt fllub gels the de ftn lu the Intercity matches by bit ""Jelies te two. -1UPI- -.r.iWn.H ,lilp " Rntherlng of rac itl '' i",l,Hlns,N ,lt "", mntches Sntur- M-ill 1 1 '.,7 snw Miw thrillers. There .'" be net ilnf. .l.i..n i.. .i.i . .i.. WVlnil!' tlnys of "' week, but en At Me.i,Biy ! ,re,,t ' '" slore ln t 1 piim ,l0",,li'8 '-"-""Pieiislilps. ld Je"r,niPw,"n,,,n? Pfllr' Jny fJe,,,,, crdi n! . M -.. cnr.lmw been plavlng n tiPn". " " l"Cner ami they have Th.T u Hn,ichB,1C0 of ,lfth"r t,,e '.!, N'cw Y,'i b onpeieil by the best In pj,1 nnd lloRten. the I nil nml, W,'ar Mcateil C. C. Pell. 8.turS;lM,,?,',Ie' " " Clarke en Mi bee, J Aeur,,hrIllll"f Bme. and Mphia .? ' ,t0 c)m of the Phlln m hai n2 l0 w n ,tl,c nntlennl title. rl ,-.cn 1lncIe,s tltlehelder for fPat f, C?i pinrti "'! ver, likely Th, ?i HII'""8 rehrunry 22. ri-lladelnl'i?,r ,WL y1,''""-let scored for hr HlnXi" i?" Sa,,,r,,,'iy were gained ij,?.n,py Peursen. lie uin.-l, .1.. 'Wr,ll.(2l,yn A'"' l'w Fev! A.r.Vilfeo.e.Ir,rl, n a tlirllilnir race tint meant the meet for the Mereersbur' students, who scored n total of 22J"' points te 20 for Erie. The remainder of the scores follew: (ilrnrd. 12; l.awrenecvlllc, H; Wntl Plillmleliihln 111'.' llrnnMin l.,lr .". nnd Washington Central, 1Vi. Wright, whose record was broken by Specr. may nlie come te Penn, lie said. Wright wa.i second te Hpeer In both the fifty nnd the hundred and wns n mem ber of the Hrle relay team which shut tered the nutienal record for the event. The time of the up-Stute n,uurtet was 1 :4ft 2-i, u full second better than the pievleus mark. mil Hall, of Brooklyn Polytechnic Scheel, who shattered the record in the 220-yard Mvim, which he made himself lefct year, is another starter who thinks that he will cclect I'enn ns his college. TTnll la n rrreil I frfntnl nt 111. i In. if Iiiiai. .... .. O'- ...'.ll. II. . tfj 111 Mtllllll the Penn star, nnd Is said te be anxious te join h' former teammates en the Itcd and i iiie aggregation. Hull cov ered the 220 yards In 2:.'t:! 2-B, 2 2-" seconds better than the previous record. Ucynelds, of Mercersburg, wen the fancy diving championship with oue of the cleverest exhibitions eer made by a schoolboy in the Penn peel. Went Philadelphia High, the only nubile high school of this city te llgure in the scoring, made Us 0'j points In the plunge, which was wen by the bor-rcl-tepped Iltmell with 01) feet in one minute. fi ll 11 j i !i i; i-i i! n i! is isn rn::xri::nn;i::;i:ni:sxni:ix::::nn:ni:!:n:i:!:nni:ixnn:n;::nixnnnnu;;i i.:;:r:i-r:r:;:: ...r'.:'"!T"r t'l" I ! -ll ri i.M.Mw,..n.ra.. ... " " " .. ..u.11 B. .1 .. . - J 1 i . ... Ici1, - t - - .-;,. .P n.t.r.m.M.i.Mmmw.iim.1 n n ..... 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