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DELAWARE FIVE
Grave and His Mates Hang Up
Twelfth Straight Win by
37;to-l7Scere
FRESH BEAT CENTRAL H. S.
fpDblB McNICnOI8 UnlYcmlly of
J-J PennsylTnn'a quintet warm! up
for the Navy "flrrie bv treuninn Dela
ware 37 te 17 lnt nlght in WeiRht
man Hall before the smallest crowd of
the season. ' '
Tlir five f-em the Teach State was
eulclawM in nlmcut the game manner
tin wai the football team from the name
place last September. At time's the
(enttst took en a decidedly humorena
strain what with wild passing, feullnit.
Ions shoetins and the cat yells from the
cheerlnp section.
The Red mid Blue wcend (We cenld
hare defeated the visitors withmit mgch
nde had they started te contest. Frem
lhc t-tart it was plain that the Dcla
wareana were net te be in the running.
At half time Bill Grave and his maU?
)d 17 te 6, and in the second half, al
though Coach Shipley sent In an en
tirely different 'team and shifted, .his
method of play, they could net stand tlfc
utlack of the Red and Blue.
EWdentlv Delaware planned te show
JVnn that even an inte-cellapatc cham
pionship team can be shown up. In
the first half the Delaware system con
sisted In having the.guards play up with
(he forwards. This proving dsatroiie
four new plavcrs Vrcre shunted into the
arena and the Delaware team took up
the regulation style of play. TThfther
Coach Shipley had another plan up his
eleeve Is net known for three halves arc
net usually 'played In basketball. "
res Miller reeeve-ed his eye last
iiijht and fcent four of the twin variety
through the nets, three in the second
half. The Red and Blue gridiron cap
tain also essayed the tank of sheeting
fouls in the second half and for his first
time out he made a fairly geed showing.
I'es sent four out of nine through the
rerd. , .
Lanky Bill Grave outside of making
'lie two visiting centers sent against
1 ini leek like novices scored four donble denble
ilcckers! and scored nine out of thirteen
irii from the fifteen-feel mark. Tbl3
Grave's best average of the season.
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Fjair Golfers Change "Club
Nanie te Women's-National
New Yerk, Jan. 2l.Mlss Marien
llel'infl, women's national golf
champion, has announced that the
name of t.he golf' club that will be
devoted cUcluslvely te players of the
fair x has been changed from the
Glen Head Gelf, and Tennlfl Club
te the Women's National. Gelf (.and
Tennis Club, The change In Tirjmr Is
significant because of the intention
of the women behind this movement
te spread the .spirit that prompted
the founding of this elub na widely
as possible in a geographic sense.
BKKCGY APPEARS
The entire Pcnn team ent into the
scoring column, Resenast, Huntzlnger
nu ruRciin cucii rcuiiic qqc nciu ami.
Five minutes before the game ended
Eddle McNIchel sent In an entirely new
teanl, which scored two points and had
four scored en it. Sullivan caged a. field
goal ahertly after he entered the con
test, Levell starred for -Delaware
with a field geAl and eleven etit of fifteen
fouls.
The result of thegame gave an .ex
cellent indication of the 'relative
strength of Pcnn and the Navy which
meet her.e Saturday night. The Mid
dles triumphed ever the Peach State
flvn .18 te 12. The. arsity had the
Delawarcans Xi te 13 when'tbe substi
tutes were sent in. Which means that
the contestant "at the end 'of, the week
should preve a close and exciting one.
In the preliminary game the freshmen
scered'their eleventh straight victory by
defeating Central, High 38u te 23. The
yearlings led'at balMlme 15 te 12.' The
Crimson and G61d five put up a bril
liant battle from the start, but weight
and experience proved the deciding far
ter in the last twenty mlnutee. Mur
phy, of Central, scored 21 of 23 points..
including (our held goals, tvneasa with
seven and Carmack with six field goals
featured for Penn.
WITH WES
EiARRE
Receives His Usual Salutation
Frem Camden pans," and Locals
. Win by Score of 37-25 .
COSTELLO IS LET OUT
NEW BOXING RULES
Ban in Cleveland Tightens Women
Are Barred
Cleveland, Jan. 28. Btexers undcr
eighteen yearn of age will net be per
mitted te "partiripnte in bouts here
under a ruling issued today by the new
Cleveland Boxing Commission. The
commteelen also ruled that no longer
will announcements of challengers N
permitted from the ring.
The commission also went n record
barring women from all indoor shows,
amateur or professional.
KAKTTON IXAOtTE
vr. i.. p.r. . ., w. u r.c.
Trmtnn... 4 O t.oeo CAtrlle 2 8 .400
Nnw Trk. .1 0 1.000 tVltkru-n. S .SS1
Camden... 2 1. ..897 Rmdlnr.. 0 3 .000
The basketball fans nt Camden were
treated te a surprise last evening in the
Eastern League game between Wllkes
B&rrc and Camden. As the Barens en
tered the cage, it wae observed that
Frank Bruggy was in the hall, and In
a few seconds the cry was" heard all
ever the hall, "Sneak out, Bruggy!"
Herman BactzeJ also received the same
salutation, showing that he retains his
popularity.
The Wilkcs-Barrc team had made a
big change ever nlcht in its line UP
Three players "Chief" Muller. Geerge
Nerman and Brcnnan were let put
and Bruggy and "Nig" Fester signed
In their places. Nothing pleases the Jer
sey fans mere than te razz the Phillies'
cr-catcbcr, and he apparently enjoys
the fun
The Barens gave the Skeeters a run
in the initial half, and were ahead for
the first ten minutes. After Dave Kerr
tied the score nt 8, a pair of baskets
by Campbell sent them ahead, and they
finished at the half In the lead at It
te 13.
, That Second Half
But in the second half the Skeeters
showed thPlr worth. They jumped the
totals te 24, and then tyldle Delin re
tired in favor of Grimstead, making his
debut. Five mere were registered be
fore Wllkes-Barre scored a point and
ran the score up te 28 te 13.
Then the visitors made five and
stepped. The gamc ended 37 te 25. Be
for the contest tinithed Dolln came back,
going te guard in place of Neil Deighan.
The feature shot of the night was a
one-handed evernead circus stab by
"Soup" Campbell at tbe start of the
second half.
Manager Kennedy announced that h
Basketball Needs flfcrt
. JW-heJJndcrstand Game
The biggest need of be kelball to te
clay.is nanage ra. wba kne, the.gjinc.
One-half dozen merv-efUhis caliber
tunning teams' .In the big league
eouM'de'moro te put the sport en Its
feet than any ether thing.
, At .Xenah HalJ the ether evening
the Grace' Mldgetfl were, lamped In
action. They weigh about w'wnty,
five pounds and average ten-tnlrtceh
years. The cpacH is Dr. Streup,
well known downtown. Opposed te
Grace was the Greenwich Midget,
coached by Qharlcy, McGregor.
Grape wen, 32-10.
The passing' and teamwork of the
yeungskra Was about ns remarkable
n h4ft ever been een In n game, and
only boarAeut the facQhat the big
wenKnnvi i ic j"jk -
competent mpn who can impart te
the youngsters the proper way te
plav. Dr. Stroub has developed vir
tually every Eastern League player
who resides downtown.
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nt.lfM .AfrA Arvrtnlrfftttrtn In IllStOPV
has weathered the storm and will finish
the season with four of the eight clubs
(Staging n close race for tlie cnnmpion cnnmpien cnnmpion
shllf."rrer u'hll It appeared ftH if the
League would go en the rocks after
'.having survived sueh a stnruy period
for sports as the World War.
I But the manager looked around and
decided" Id'Veduee the overhead about
J half. Thdy secured new plnjlng quarters
and since moving te Third nijd Brown
htrepts they have, succeeded in net only
I mnklng expenses,' but have, really made
money en the. games piaycu. 'J ma is ac
cording te Val O'Connor, who has been
in officer of the American League for
fifteen years,
, The schedule for tonight calls for
Twentieth Century te tackle Hely Name,
and in the ether contest American In
dependents meet Alpha. Larry Summer
tuis an entire new club representing i
Alpha, nntl expects te be In the running
for second half honors. The play-off of ,
the He for thp first half will be staged
en Monday evenlpg when raiwen, ttett-
il.l ..n.t T'lnnlr nnne Twentieth ten-
tury. The ether games have been pest
pened until n latci
date.
had given Costelle his unconditional re
lease. He wants te play 'regularly, and
hris received a geed offer from the
Adams, Mass., team, where he will play.
Staging Gnat Rff
The Philadelphia Manufactnrrrs'
League Ih rtaglnjc n great second -half
rtfee. The leaders have secured nw
players and new tie tall-enders have
followed wilt, with the intention of
stennlnr the first division clubs in the
concluding games. The line-ups of the.
two games at Yonah Han, 'zrn west
Columbia avenue, this evening, contain
tome of the best players in the city.
Tn the first game, Philadelphia Ter
minal will line up. agint Art Leem.
Terminal will have Gallagher and Daley.
forwards; Fessett. center ; Screne and
L I 1..-II . uiabln A " T 11A 111 '
piimimingcr, Biiuru. ait j""iii mu
depend en Bebby Wilsen and "Lis"
Powell, forwards ; "Harp" MoGrery,
center, and Armstrong and Weeds,
guards.
Fleislwsr and Keystone Telephone,
both second rtlvlsieh team, tiave new i
men. Here's tie, way tiny take the
fleer against -each, ether. Fleinher
Athcrhelt and Gray, forwards; O'Con O'Cen
nell, center; Livingstone, and Kilpat
nek, guards. Kcystpuc--Calheun and
Keating, forwards; Moerehcad, center;
B'uck and Kelly, guard-. The latter
combination is one. of the best playing
outside of the Eastern Lgue.
The American Basketball League, the i
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Xf Eternal i
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Ruby Ayres' gripping love story, "A Man's Way," which starts in the Evening
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