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BVNINGF FTOLIO LEBGMR-BHILABELPHIA, THUKSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1022 10 Jfcr1 Coach Mueller. Says Southern High Five Positively Will Net Compete in Penn Basketball Teurnefj ,, IH-V' " 'i GOULD AND WEAR RACQUETS WINNERS Lecal Pair Advances in Title Toilrney by Defeating Cut ler and Morgan THREE STRAIGHT GAMES Philadelphia's mnln hopes in the na tional rncqiicts detib'cs clmmplenshlp stepped en the court tliln morning at tin Itacipict Club and brushed oft Hewitt Morgan and Ilegcr Cutler, of IJosteu, In straight games. The pair en which thin city depends mainly for any share In the racquets honors nre Jay Gould, court tennis tltlo tltle tltlo helder, and Jeseph V. Wear, the chair man of the committee in charge of the teurnnment. This due showed Reed form in blotting out Morgan nnd Cut ler, lfi-7, 18-14 nnd 15-10. Gould and Wear new nre In the sec ond round. The tourney will continue tomorrow uud Saturday. The first same was comparatively easy for the Phllndclphians. Gould's (mashing service nnd splendid "gets", together with Wear's all-around piny ing were tee much for the llostenlnns. Becend Ganie Clese Tn the second gnme the Hub City due rallied and had nn excellent chance- te force the match into extra games when they led at liJ-8. Gould nnd Wear braced at this point and scored live points while Cutler nnd Morgan 'were getting one. This made. It all even at thirteen nnd a bet of flve points was called te decide the game. The local pair wen five te one for the visitors and the game ended, 18-14. The Uosten nthlctcs continued their geed playing in the third game, but Gould and Wear ran out, 15-10. Gould and Wear are favorites te go te the final round, In which they probably will meet C. C. 1'ell and Stanley Mor timer, of New Yerk, who held the doubles title. Pell, In the national singles champion, l'cll nnd Mortimer are naturally the leading pnlr in the tournament, but the experts flgure that Gould and Wear have n chance te up set the Getham stars. Western Pair Entered Tncre are a number of ether fast rnmhliinttmiH in the tournament, hew. ever. Beb Gardner, twice amateur ge'f champion of America nnd a famous pole vaultcr when at Yale, Is entered in the tourney from Chicago with How Hew ard Linn as his partner. Gardner lias developed into a very smart racquets handler, nnd the lone Western pair Is expected te preve e real barrier. They played in the feature match this afternoon when they met the champions, Pell and Mortimer. This match stnrted 2:30. Pell and Mor timer will thus have a severe work out in their initla' match, and if the Chicago pair show the Improvement expected It may be there'll be an up-et, though this is regarded as highly im probable. Besides the Gould-Wear combination two ether local teams are In the tour nament. Stnnley W. Pearson and Charles Uremley nre paired and piny nl under the city's colors agnlnRt V. Prelinghuybcn and M. Heckshcr. of New lerk, this afternoon. Pearson, In par ticiilar, is expected te prove one of the individual stars, if such a thing Is pos sible, of the championship. ST. JOE IN CLOSE LEAGUE WINS OVER SALESIANUM Score Third Consecutive Victory, Beating Wilmington Five, 20-16 St. Jeseph Prep copped Its third consecutive Catholic league tilt by de headed. At half time thev wcr.. en il. long end of a 12-7 score. Lute in the flnil hnlf. with the locals holding a 1D-7 lend, the Wilmington nth- lues get busy and dlsphijcd an attack which completely surprised the winners and scored three two-pointers In quick succession, nnd these, mixed in with t-n fouls, brought the score te 10 te 15. Ileweicr, there were only two inlu- mps ei piny lett. and the locals froze 1 the ball, and the best the visitors enni.i get in the final minutes was foul goal !t. .1 . . i ........ V..HIH PENN-NAVY SWIM OFF Se Many Members III That Satur-' day's Match Is Canceled j Annapolis, .Mil.. Jan. 2(1. Se mnny members of the Naval Academy Hwlm- ming team are suffeilng from light at tacks of the prevalent influenza, thnt .. .. .s uevii necessary te asu the vnl Jn&.BL'!?.l"-.Mnetl,P v.'..,, miii-ii WUh in iniie n ncc icre b'nturdnv The Quakers have agreed, 110 .Nil vnl Ae.eliMiiv will .,..nkel,l,. send both its swimming and water pol'e tenuis te Philadelphia inter te meet Pennsylvania. The only athletic event here en Sat urday will be the wrestling match be tivcen the Nnval Academy anil Ilrook Ilreok Ilroek iyn Pelytechnle, opening the local sea J?n ln that line. The Navy basketball team will piny the University of Penn- jivuniu iu l'liiliulelplila the same day Leach Cress Returns te Dentistry rln jL.rt:.,l-.'-' I..ach Cre... tt il.nili.trv iV.'-'S'h fcw"L.3."'.t . ' .'In for .SI11'!'! returned te dentl.try here. Scheel Court Standings And Yesterday's Results CATHOLIC LUACH1K S?tlie0 mRh Wen Lest Jlll.neya I'rup... " '.S ?, i!ii.ia,h"llc 'Ufa. ..".': O -T "lUnnum High.... e a r.r. 1.00) .7.10 .aoe i fnnt n thn Vn ai nnitm 1 li i..A .e -.... . . . - - -i win cfiiiiiin in iiii wini.iiii rtr thn ..-n. I . i t . . i i AVIImlngten. in a closely contested '. .. . l,V.i i... VV..V.. '''. , "v ' ,,n,',rci1 lenn "' lne one-anu-ene- , game jesterday afternoon by the score " 'f" .iV v ,.Ti 'TV ' .""s- , inlf-mllc championship race in the. of 20 le 10. The. contest was played ' "flfnV ' ti?n,;:..-fl-,"i,J?iJ.1!3' ! "i'VVr "nn.1M ."?. V? "''" I in the St. ,ieepii i,yin. r , iTi :i i. ,. """ "'i'' iiny, ine nriiuanc iiisinnce runner i The Crimson anil (Stay toel: the lead """"'"" "".' -.. ..-.. . m i nien- f rem ciiicaitu, is entered in thivcnt. 1.1k, i-t lt iiflnn 1ir tins) nml ii,n tOWtl In, 1 mT nun (.linn III I'lvr tlin vaternn n !. i rm i m.i umi ntJ r-tuiL. ttJiil uiii iii'Vl'l" of persecution." ' and wns rated as ene of the best school-, mr01 uuy DC"",Dl"; ""-'""" ' May Revive Miner League Series Warner made public the following ","' swimmers In the East. He entered & :mni Miywhere. We ; bar none. ml Ancrirs. Jan. ae.ii,"i, f (h, telegram he said he had received from '"' Wharlen Scheel nt the University We have been trying te make arrange. , S-"riM".. ser.'cn Kx" nn?i rtSnie? Dlrtx: from the llr.pekl.vn Polytechnic Scheel. ' wta with Passnle High Sclioel, V.v. '.'I'Ule Cunm Ilasebft i ij.n.Tn.. ,.n,i .1,,. ... ....... ...... ,..., , V rn m MM im, it u,,i,nnV. ..."' ..i.nininii of Kew .lersev. and there is jiiirrimn ABKucluiinn irrVirViii ,1 t.i it v K'' nijiieuri' huh ueen (one mc. - - jcaicreny ell- "' .,.,.: ;. . .1 :.... ...m .. fh3"?,;,1"?ner ". i'"diS" cJub",I have demanded complete lnvestlgn- I, e' the InterscheIasUe bnskl-tball a probability that the gat no w ill go ifd tt'Sffititf.A'-"'- " tlen of the charges, which will be I 'eupniimcnt hat starts In Weightmnn through. We will ry telny en e ur i.4re.nLKml weSwt. ?f w inat'tir""""!!!?! f'Tthcemlug." Uiets was ilrst Wnl-IIII,,11 "' I'ebruary j8 nm, cenlluxivs own fleer, but the chnnces nre that the r.rWtnt liicitev ui;.n"i, '.S.1''Lr..,up. "il" . ....-., ....,... .i i..... i.i ..,. three weeks. Ths brlnirs thn .i ...,. ..nmn Trill m te the Jersey team's court. ulAlUpella --.... ..v irmuivii vu in- l.u. ,s juvi.h' ".... ...iti ll.n lin?i-i(,uilL coach ut Carlisle. SSS'UtPB. YESTCllDAVS ItCSULT t. JeMph ITep, 0; 8lesannum Zilch, 16. UU312HVK I.UAOUn rMhellB Hluh Ven haul I 1 1 PC. .7(i t. Jetrph I'ied s.ui, tU'oiie until.... :: j flUnnuni IB, i llluueiw Z'rm ..... 0 ! 7A I n niT :m ,oeij i VIjaTUimAY'M TllTutu n.e 6t Jeiepu l.r, SSl BCllR,munl ulli 13 OTIinil IIL'SULTH AmSwwJ'SS" ,Iltth' SUi Cnut Hill nHenih m'Pa WVPl'l' Trep. 21. MWdlw frk n&. 21; Wli'mfmten ZZIcb. Chetr Ztleh. 80; MedU zilsh, S3. A's New President Hh. THOMAS S. KIIII1I2 He succeeds his father, the late Benjamin F. .Shlbe, no licad of the Athletics THOMAS S. SHIBE ELECTED PRESIDENT OF ATHLETICS Succeeds Late Father as Head of Baseball Club Thomes S. Shlbe. at a special meet ing of the stockholders of the Athletics yesterday afternoon, was elected nrcsl- dent of the leenl American League Baseball Club. He succeeds his father, the late Banjamln P. Shlbe. The new head of the Athletics was vice president of the Athletics before the, death of his father. He had been acting ns president of the team evr since his father's advanced age nnd illness prevented him from taking an active- part In the club's affairs. Jehn D. Shlbe, brother of the new president, wns elected te fill the vice presidency left by Themns S. Shibc. He hns been secretary of the club for a number of years, and new will held a dual role. Cennie Mnek, of course, will continue te manage the team. WRESTLINGBY ROUNDS MEETS FANS' APPROVAL 'Johnny Meyers Retains Middle- velght Title In First Beut Under New Rules Chicago. Jan. 20. Chicago sport fol lowers today analyzed the Ilrst Ameri can wrestling match held under rules test last night In which Jehnnv Meyern ' retained the middleweight wrestling I championship by throwing Jehn Kilonis ! providing ter rounds, following the con in the fourth round The 0000 fnns who witnessed the bout apparently approved of the methods of conducting the match and newspaper comment today was favor faver ublc. Thern was much of the contest that recnlled a boxing bout. Seconds were parked in the contestants' corners and they pushed steels through the ropes at the end of each tcu-mlnute round, produced towels and wielded sponges wiin me same niucru.v umt rnaractc lies tllO activities of the nrinelnnls' tne activities of the assistants in u liatlc encounter. A new way. of writing a story of a wrescung miucn nise came into vegm salvadere and Dennelly te Meet at National Saturday A brace of lightweights schooled In the scientific waj of using their fists halvailere inane a hig hit hfl week . . . . . .. nI the Mitlnniil. and Immedlatelv after i,llf mn,cJ ""ll ';1'",,,J1 '''"Wald was ife-siKneil. Dennelly who is another hid ; ' w,10111,w ,)0M."' '" ,,,rl111111" f'lfni here, , readily agreed le take en Salvadore. : i "ha we.terwelght championship of . (Pennsylvania will be decided in the seml-finnl when Jee Jacksen takes en J'nuny GibbeiiH. Aneuier suue mac win decide a , 'title, the featherweight crown of I'hil ..' Ill I t .. " adcipiiia, win ue Dciween Al Wagner and Kid Wagner. Ceerge Chip chishes with Yeung Maheney iu n return bout and Johnny Maye opens the show with Ty Cobb. WARNER TO STAY AT PITT Panther Tuter Will Net Consider Stanford Offer Les Angeles, Jan, 20. (ilenu War- nrr.fh.U I'liisuurgi . wu icni u u nt tint ln.ti- (tutlen for the next two ycarN he Mild inn u' nil iiuirnn nnniir nnitAithimui r ';,i hn v ,: Vh"' : ".7..:"." " : ., obtaining his bervices reperfil Stanford University. He said lie net go further Inte the Stanford 1 from ..... ... could situation at this time He stated he believed "Lene Stnr' Dletz, football coach at Purdue, charged with having offered Northwest High Scheel athletes financial assistance If j l"V .'""r. L V ' l",ul,u"'.. ' .""." WEN0NAH CADETS WIN h Five Dreps Fast ... e-.rt. a. ame, 27-23 wonennii .unitary Academy wen a fast basketball game from Moorestown High Scheel, en the fenncr's niurt at Weiiennli, N. ,., j c t nla. afternoon. The dual score was 1'7 te 1'.'!. The game was ffasl thieughcut, neither team having 'much of an ad vantage nt any lime. Heth tennis plujed a great brand of basketball lu the first half, and the figure read le nil nt the end of the first twenty inln- Ill me seeenu pciieu, iiewuicr, Wcnenah started te pull nwny and never was iieaueu. iieciieinerter Heehelderfe ... i f n. .,.i,.,., ...in, .. .. ... i s "r" ,7' i"?, :r vr . -j" : I.. ......... li...i: I ,..-... b.i" it..., ....... ..,.. .. u uitl KOIIIP. .UIlll..l l.l. ...! u.n III iciiiet yUtlmj brilliant performer en the :..." ..v..;. .:...... t ,i..i.i " , leiim, "miiR i..i...... ."hi kiiiiin and making nine out of nineteen free tosses count. California te Invite Big Ten Team llrrkrlrr. C.illf.. Jsn. 20. Kfferts arn bi'lnw iiiiide 10 nrmnirn u trhek Jilfet lioie April S iwlwceii ihe Unlvtrelty of Callferniu nnd a Ultf T.vi leum. It Is bullevcj Illinois. Mlchlnn or Wlm-ennln will be InvlteU. Lint year California daraatftd MIchlRSn here and two years ave Illinois wan beatcn, MX,. '?-! when the morning papers described the "' ""' tre-nmnn meinaii co.ice. ei 4-.: milE fear of burning out his yeutiuui .nMA.i. til... . ....!.. I l Tt, n1 rZ tiw)rti.lti Alnl.tiltn tint Finu h I .... "-" y- nmn interclla e eeu.Ury c m- & &TrS CLEVER BOXERS MATCHED g-n-l-: Merc. -01-. -ndMur- , I, r asen g,v.i by CWh . aim ler keiuu iiiuu nus ueen, tnu vicum "-J""1 "." i me. intersche astlcs .. ..? "' " "XZ,.zr, - i.-.i.h.ii .n,; t PENN FRESH SHOW SPEED IN TRYOUTS Haye3, of Wllllamspert, D003 440 in 55 2-5s. en Outdoor Track Under Peer Conditions OTHER TIMES EXCELLENT rpiIAT Coach Lnwsen Robertsen, of - the University of Pennsylvania track team, Is going te hnve an exceptional squad of middle dlstance runners for the next three years, was demonstrated yesterday afternoon en the outdoor beard track en Franklin Field, when tlie tutor held tryouts for the freshman one-mile relay team for the Erasmus Hall meet Saturday night. Hebble sent his squad of quarter milcrs through a time iesf yesterday that showed several remarkable quar-ter-milcrs among the first-year men. Conditions were anything but geed for excellent times, yet the yearlings skimmed nretind the beards with all tbe speed of n June afternoon. Most of the nthlctcs were bundled in heavy jerseys and long trunks te keep out the wintry Wants that swept across Iho track nnd made Inactivity costly te extremities. A stiff wind that blew against the runners hindered them par ticularly en the turns, yet the first ycar men skimmed around as though nary an impediment was In their way. The weather conditions yesterday were slightly werse than they were en Mon day, when the varsity men ran in their trials for the Brooklyn collcge games. Hayes a Speed King Jimmy Hayes, ene of the best middle dlstance runners ever turned out by Wtlltumspert High, proved the dark horse yesterday. The up-State young ster shot nreund the two nnd n half laps te the quarter track In 53 2-B becends. Previous te yesterday Hayes was vir tually unknown, but his running maues him an excellent prospect for the var sity next year. In addition te running the quarter Hayes is also capable in tbe half. Sam Kerr, interschelastlc champion of the Mountain States In the West and .......... tt,i. i, ... lki, Ait, ftt,i&i,0.i c.n. ,.,,.1 t the Mm rrlnU te Ilnves. JCerr I 11111,11:1 UlUll 1ICI nillUUll, lllliftiiu rn- ii..i-i....i .i.- -...... i.. r.-.-i.n ,...,L I Kerr is speedy in the quarter, half and lill.niCll IIIU IIUUIIVI ..I ' KI-IW ivteilH.'. mile runs. Following Kerr in the time trials came 1' lsiicr. termcr inierscneinnc i cress-country champion nnd half-mile tltlehelder in Northern New-Jersey. He finished In 05 4-5. Fisher formerly ran for Newark Central, famed for its mld- uic niui iehj; iiri.iui niuie. Ily Jensen, a member of the Cedar Itapids High Scheel two-mile relay team, which captured the intcrschelnstic championship last year and broke the schoolboy record, wns the fourth man te be selected for the team. His time was 50 seconds flat. Eddie Mitchell, formerly of Northeast High, who fin ished in 50 2-5 secendn, was the fifth man. He will act as a substitute. In addition te these nlready men tioned the following made excellent times: Stredter. formerly of Hartferd High. Connecticut, nnd Connecticut half-mile schoolboy chumpien. with-f- seconds; Geerge Keogh, brother McLanc and Jelc Uay McLaue, who hails from Oklahoma, where he set that district afire with his enMitieiinl running in the mile mid ever cress-country courses, win prebamy no '"l"'l" Fi 1I u tt ,lt ha tile, as the Oklahoma!) is in excellent luipc. I Ceer-'e KiM'er. coach of the Hcd and H'ue n, .lUiuliig team, yestenhiv leeelved ' word from Annapolis that the Middles would he unable te meet the Penn mer- men there Saturday afternoon. A re- Perl reached Klstlcr vesterdav thnt the ! meet had been semi -officially called off. I De wired immediately and received con-I urination or the report. ki;Yw iv ;" h v ?,"'" rK.H,:..?ic"- v f .!. . r.. .i. . ties nt the Academy. According te the manager of the Middles' team, several of the star swimmers en the squad arc ill In the infirmary and their secondary material net being strong enough he isked that Penn postpone tt.e mm un II liter. 'J. he postponement wns n Wn ,lie. , npi'eliitmiMit te the Red nnd llluc team, which ! in evce'lent shnne nml runAv te prove te the Middles that they have a .,., ,. mm. i i...... .. " .the championship Yale team two weeks .. i. , , . --- .--... . insm. nnd thev expect te en thrnnni, Thl I rein-ilmler of X mS. S t J I icvere. without n ( :' ,," .' ".:' ""' ,eam wi pnthusi Chase Fresh Captain Paul E. Chase, one of ths stars of the freshman team. ' nU...i., elected as captain of the yearlings for I ., ..' ".....V" ' ou '.'l"..ear .w9n the , her of institutions frOIll Six illfferent I rt,a.tL'VI'(i0ri!Xt-ren0' . Vrebably the I urgest entry list of any interscholastic . n"ti U:j;iln th C0Untry op nt lt in this bectlen. La Salle Prep was the Inst of the local schools te enter the tournament. Their list was sent tn vhia..i.., i..i ing the number of prep teams mi te eighteen. Last veur the tnti.i .Zk of schools. imthgVa meet was thlrtj -five, one less than hnlf ns many prep schools as nre entered this fccasen. -. TO TRY FOR RECORD Glrard Swimmers Will Attempt te Break Relay Mark rti!',, "! ..Sfe'' .! oppose ........ ....vja. ... ii Hum Hwim meet this afternoon. Iho meet, which was pest- """V - v." .""' cn ,u.,'r"n..,ti,y!lttv nrtprnoei,, m 57 t lill.l' 1 ,1 III If III III, i nt. imL' l.i.il. .,,..:, . . .-.....n uiim .. ...... i .,,,;. " ' "'"S""". imve , iiiiiii.vn iii-i-ii nritiiaiit periermers In the Mier. and showed well in i)w. .,...,, iiiicrMihelnstics which took place ut the I iiiuTsIti of Peiiiisjlvanlii. Central, howiver. Jin; nut been defeated te date. and will give Hie (iurnct and Cray a hard tussle. The ; feature will he the utteinpt of Iho (ilrnrd relay team te break the American record set by Mercersburg en Saturday. !!ranl Is favored te cop the decision 'the East entered, the Philadelphia ever the Mirrors. The Collegians have tltlehelder should he among these pres asu.Nn iv'ww , TUNNEY VS. GEORGES IS ROLLICKING TID-BIT Match Between These Champien Light-Heavies Loelcs Like Thriller, With Carpentier Favorite in. Preliminary Data Dy ORANTLANI) KICK .Tunney vs. Carpentier The tkp'btuc uniform of France, The khaki of your Uncle Sam, What mere can one atk from romance Within the game of tock and tlamf t While Dcmptev breeds within hU Aen, Yea, like a chicken with the pip, The loneliest of fighting men With nothing left for him te tcaip. WJim Gene Tunncy, iignt wavy- JTTH Gene Tunncy, light heavy- " weight champion or tne unitcu. mates, ana uarpenuur, nui. -weight champion of the world, the rest f . . r ! iiifitr nniiirv. i nt If lin1 tn tin tnOT-ltilhle Of all the matches new In sight, this leeks te be the best from the viewpoint of general interest nnd impassioned thrills. The fact that both arc crown wearers in the same weight division means a big start, and the fact that both served In France won't hurt while the preliminary hlp-hlp is being served. France Favored THE advance odds appear te be Car penticr's. He had Lcvinsky picking peppy blossoms inside of four round while Tunncy needed twelve te get the verdict. The Battler, however, was in better shape for Tunney than he was for Carpentier nnd Tunncy seems te be moving right along. Carpentier is faster, knows mere about boxing nnd can lilt harder. But for all that he will find the maul Ing mnndnrln of Greenwich Village en top of Uic job most of the polite evening. ready te give anu ibkc n iui These two should bring about quite an occasion as such things go in the fnshiennble fistic circles or tne uay anu time. The Younger Generation T ET the authorities In charge cer JU rect any abuses, but don't let belish football," writes L. L. E. , tliprri nlinlish wlntc, Resort for winter "perta. It was K'i i a.in fir ii nnriiini .i.trlnif the vncntlen season. 'iliere 'were a let of college men annum, nut , I noticed after a heavy snow; and a drop "O .. as tumnnrntiirA r wnu inniiiiv I lit? iiiiiit in .viiimiuiiti, w ...... --- ... ,.en from thlrtv te fort!' With tlielr ...i,. ,..ln n'arit ..nt nerr ilnv with ski 'or toboggan or snowshoes. llie swing ...v.. "" ..... -- , REBELS AT STRAIN Coach Mueller Fears Strenuous Games May Burn Out South ern's Youthful Champions WOULD OPPOSE WINNER Ky PAUL TREP Selinnl fnr refilKln'r til nerllllt the Inter scholastic League champion te enter the Penn tournament which will start February 18. . ., , The decision of Conch Jlueiicr was reached after n conference with tne ether directors making up the ninietic ' council of the downtown institution. Members of the team are in favor of the tournament, but even the popular ue- inand that the Public High heiioei T -1 ..!- l nPMnurtntPrl 111 tllO tnurnnv is net forceful enough tn move, I.I'IIITIII I'lllllIIIIKlll lit' ir III -nn " - the Ited and Iilack tutor. "The strain imposed en the heys plnilng In the Penn tourney," snld Coach Mueller, "is entirely tee severe, On some occasions the heys are forced te play three games In succession, and thnt's entlrelv tee much. A group of veungsters in high school should net be forced te piny hard games In bhert period ; it hurts them tee imitu. en-t omem eys 'Whlle I personally would like te enter the teurnnment, as weuiu in boys, the Southern team will net ap pear, and that's final. I would agree te the boys playing in me iourme u i.i: Pe of. W ut'1 wfth'SK ' between each game. tut ,lj lnc present arrangements :euuicrii win uui , enter the competition. "It never hns been the policy er1 Southern High te overwork any of the bevs en Its athletic teams. And It iidf .ili he Vp want our boys te go nwnv front the telienl without having mrar from the te noei wiiuuiii uihi.ik uc" burned out, nnd don't give them fnn inneli linril work. ,,,,rti, iine.i vrrir "I nnvc ,lC afraid of bel cvcpytnlllg t0 "I have heard people say tnnt we re , being beaten, taai we imve lese anil nothing te gain. iTlmf'a nniniK. T.nst vear we dldli t win 'the Interscholastic League champion- ! shlP- nnd TVC dldn,t cutcr lhe 1CDU tournament. PniwMr name ..HM,e UT.. ..l f hn nillni- nf tlin Sll pcrvlsery Cemmitti-e en Athletics of the Philadelphia Public High Schools, , I weuhl likete say that while the rule rends that a teum muy net travel ever ilfty-mlles, It also provides that with bpecial nermlssien teams may leave the P1 tt ?iV , w't Vt W both Lancaster High and Atlantic City nnd both of them are ever fifty '"C!l away. Tlircc members of Seutherns .piin- tet were seen shortly after the Inter- iew with Conch Mueller. All of them seemed very anxious te enter the Penn teurnnment. lleweier. they did net seem anxious te go against their tutor's wishes. Entry Expected It is a severe blew te schelnstlc fol lowers of thlH city who had been bank ing en the downtewuers entering the tourney. They feel that with the ohninnlens of virtually every State In ent also. Every man has his own opinion, and Coach Mueller should net be condemned for doing what he thinks is right. In keeping his tenm out of the Penn tour nament, Coach Mueller may be making n wise move, nnd he may net. Hut, nt the same time, he's the eue te decide. OTHER SPORTS ON PAGE 17 djg.tt.tm OF PENN TOURNEY rn TTlph Scheel Is willlnB te of the pendulum is liable te bring en a soft age after the roughness of war. And softness isn't going te help any one. Football Is badly needed te help correct evils that can be a let worse than any type of football." IT WOULD be n confession of weak ness In high places te abolish a geed game that can be directed into proper channels. Se this will hardly take nlnce. nlthntiirh lniicl imtrmiiru tteri he- ,,- ((, nrfse n hept wh0 bnck It jgll't Bwnyu necessary te kill in order te cure. And Se It Gees "AX7HY Is It that Vincent Richards nnd Bebby Jenes, with their un usual ability, have never gotten any further?" n curious bystander asks. We had an Idea that for n brace of youngsters still this side of twenty both had gene a long way. Hew many elder men In either gnmc have geno ns far? It Is true enough that neither has yet wen n nntiennl chnmplenship of Hip highest ranking nlue. But hew many tennis or golf players have before reaching twenty? Appntently, no matter hew far cer tain star may go. it Is never quite as far as many believe they should have traveled uphill. POU example, In this competitive field. Jack Grahnm, ene of Great Britain's greatest golfers, never reached the final round of nmateur championship. Last May at Hoylake his brother Allan get in the final. Yet Allan Graham was never within three or four strokes of his elder brother, Where Jack Graham, rda.vlng fine golf, had been beaten, Allan wns able te slip through when in at least one or two matches he was scoring close te 90, rnilKUK are a few champions who . imve outstanding class, such as -. I" - .... l empsey. Leenard, .my i.euirt. iinhe , th. Ty Cobb or possibly Tilden and . I'nrirneK. line fnniiinifiiiciiin. eKiiepini. ........... ..., .,., ..,,--.u. v where the test runs but a week. Im i,Dl ...mvlnnlnn V. n,,,1,1 unn ....,. . v.. ... .n .v .... .....i.., . ., i nt the end of the season last fall whether Hutchinson. Names or Hagen was the finest golfer. Or whether I Guilferd. Evans." Hunter, bulmct or! Jenes occupied any well guarded place , en ten of tlie lone neale. I Coji.vHeJif. 101: Alt rlahti reifrvrd or ave a TiYP mm mm mm J mm mm Mm tfSfj. VBh mm 0i$ n We tn vS2 wi&i ww& 9c for One Jr J". V- WsbSv PjSesJ iigSi Bex of S: $4.00 JT M I WMi Wj0fy, Wffi An Explanation w In - fci ; ,; w j uibf .fti'ViA 101 Points for Passaic in Defeating Ridgcivoed rnssalc. N. J., .Ten. 20. The Passaic High-Scheel basketball team defeated Rldgnwoed High Scheel in a northern New Jersey interscholas interschelas tic league game, 101 te 12, making their seventieth consecutive victory and hi caking two lengtie records. Tliis is the first time in the league's history that the century bcerlng mark has been reached. Thompson scored twenty-four field and fifteen foul genls for sixty-three points, breaking his own lengue mark of fifty-one. In fourteen games this season Passaic hns passed the cen tury five times and scored n total of 1124 points. LANDIS FINES PHILS $200 Lecal Club Must Pay for Secret Agreement With Greasy Neale I Chicago. Jan. 20. The Philadelphia Club of the National League has been fined ?200 by Judge K. M. Landls, Com missioner of Basebnll, for entering into a secret agreement with Outfielder Earlc Neale, who had presented a claim for ?C00 ns back salary du him. The claim wns allowed, but Neale himself was fined ?100 because of the secret agreement. When Nenln siened with Phllndet. phla last spring n secret agreement was nfter playing a game of handball T wns made, in which It wns stipulated that ! Introduced te Jnck Itynn, -who. by the Neale would be paid at the end of the way, handled Jimmy Dunn, my present baseball season. Subsequently, hew- manager, when the latter was in the ever, Neale was released te Cincinnati, I ring. nnd the existence of the secret agree- Jnck had n youngster. .Toe Dalley, ment did net become known te the CIn- wltli whom I was te box. We squared cinnntl officials until a month later, I nwny un, i had no trouble with him. tl!0 !T,pe!itcrt. .-., . , ,. . ITI'C next day we put en the glevw Iho Cincinnati Club declined te pay ' ni(an nd once mere I gae Dalley a Neale for the entire season, but he w-asiuexing c.sen paid for the period he remained with , .,, " " ,. nffpr fhnf Ilrnn .. .1.. l..l. V..ln nnnf...f ... T...1. mu iiuu. '" . l'l"--aini iu .iuuKe Lands te settle the dispute, nnd pre- "''. "n'"j ," , '," , ' ;,,';.. ',' duced the secret agreement ns evidence. ' mscV' Dn 1 "Hr7Jl,te l ,0. bmtr ". r , pounds nt 2 e clock, and forfeits of .. ...,,.r,r- i ,- ..- I'00 "(,r,! Posted for weight. I thought McWHIRTER LEADS SKATERS1 we''i '''"" i niicr that - I avoirdupois, but for some reason or Mere Than Forty Entries for Three- Mile Race Today Mattshurg. N. Y.. Jan. '. :fl. Mere than forty skater- are exprf ,etl .te be ". l, "".""' "". ,u." .'"".". .""" Il,nultiitltarl1iintfrflln Iiiiti tin nn 1 - ,'V" "I,.-":'' , " ' "f ",'." "... My'r,inth"H"? Z'1 w .,.-. -.. --.....wv- """nS riut.i..iUi.-..i.. . ... . n. .. lle.v JIM lllrtcr, 0 I lilcige w'ie new is leniling (.linrles .leutraw. of r t Til iJ !.. 4h ....i,.i i.. it. . .1 ', "i,' U'T '.'Un'1 ni . i. ' V V rVly, mcPt,: w'"1!- ,"ni'',0.f St F""1' n"i.,H"rr,'.. htt ' "A 15"' 1 , '- .".i" "" n ""riZ i the leng-distnnce match. The , r . .,, . ., .... senior event will be the one-half mile H11"0"- i about today's values in cigars WE sincerely doubt if any 3 for 25c cigar to day offers you the down right value which you will find in White Owl. Let us explain why. When White Owl gave premise of becoming one of the most popular cigars we deliberately planned te make it the biggest seller in the country. addition te using te- '&&wuxjZ C. C NA TIONAL Distributing HIT North eurth fX ii, SjjSl. ,,,JU., The Hardest Weakened Making Weight, Bryan Downey Found Himself in His Toughest Tilt BOXED AT 126h2 j Ily IJICYAN DOWNEY flTAKING weight when aifcather j ' weight was the cause of flip hard 'est battle in which I linvc ever en I gaged. And it vn against a lad whom I had had no trou ble at nil In out foxing In I he gym naluiu. In February of 1017 I vn- doing some 11.7'it work In my dad's g y in . whir h we had rigged up In r.irpi't shop. A tt'l r phone mev-nge in lted me ever te Harry Sully's Ce HFIYAN' DOWNEY lumbus (Jvm. se I hiked there, nnd ., ,, ..,, t,.,... n!l.. .....1 ether It worried me. On the day of the heut 1 weighed in at 12G-, hut icerrlnl morn about the poundage thim the com test itself. The bout icru hrlil nt the Chamhrr of Commerce Hull, at Columbus, Fibrunrg 17, 1911. At the bell I rushed after Dalle caught him n the chin with a right . " . " - !s? E i i "?''" V" ."V "rnr ,l0nl- ,p ",,lk '"" "" i" .k, n. mwehi. hV.5 "lne- I tried te get under wny again. ;v-r,1.HV "J " "IT"" h.y au2t!i b"t there wns something wrong. !.;; Alp; ?WZJlu':,y:Z"$Ai tJl VUL?' WWWl beenn pummcllng me for fiur. i.,.iiKiiih. im-..ii.. jmu .'hih-j Dailey hit me with every conceivable i L i EA $ 9 a Mm m A rriiiZe Jwt MWXV-, TMfs rjjfJI 11, rj i 'UMfiyi 'urjyi w bacce of excellent quality, we reduced the manufac turing margin of profit te the lowest percentage we have ever received en a 3 for 25c cigar. Smokers began te realize that there was no ether cigar at the price which offered such quality and sat isfaction. Result : White Owl is today the largest-selling cigar in nearly every city of importance in the country. f ii. I Jm tf BRANDS Branch Street, Philadelphia ' r ' ft 3ft Battle of My Ring Careen Football Only Lafayctta Spert te Sheie Profit Kaslon. ln.. Jan. 20. Football? Aa was the only Lafayette Uellegs sport that innde money during the year July 1020-July 1021, nccerding te the athletic ncceunt made public here. The report shows that the football team made n profit of mere than Slfi.OOO. The profit mnde by (he football tram was used te help defray the deficit of ether spertfl.1 The championship baseball team lest ?i:tf.7."; the outdoor track team,: S210.".02;. the basketball teamfj S2018.S0; soccer, $.n:MU2; creuiRt country, .$."."0.44 ; tennis, $01fi.70; nnd the upkeep of March Field was .SS02.'i.O.'. punch. The crowd wns up en Its fwtt rearing fr a knockout. Dad ndviseil. "Ge in nnd finish him! Whnt'fl .tV matter with veu?" I tried te mmch euri,m j mV(, n0V(,r tr,.( j ,y nfC( but It was no ue. I was en the receiving end. and what a lambasting I getl l Iteimd after round Dalley walloped me geed, hard nnd aplenty. I was' n regular punching bng. However, - managed te connect with another swing which turned the tide of bnttle, eiuU ' again the fans raved for a knockout. Again I wns unable le fellow him up, . and he peppered me with punches freni every and any angle, 1 thought every man In the houe limi en n boxing glove Inking a sock at me. I regained a little of my strength along about the eleventh round, and was able te score with some punches. We swapped blew for blew. In tha twelfth, though. Dalley again get the, upper hnnd. and he smashed me from pillar te pest nnd rope te rope. ft iras a geed thing for me that the match rens scheduled only for twelve rounds, mid, even though I rrM handed a pretty nifty licking, the bout went deicn into the record boeki m no -decision affair. MIsr MrTltrnr will trlt of IiIm Imnlt.t Imi tie of "It rlnir rarrrr In Smurduy'ii edltte en ui uic r.ir.iill? I III. H l.rUKrr, Barnes and Hutchisen Win r An"fli. .Tan ?H Hm n...... A'""'n" ''' niifem'ix p(n ireif chim- I nil n it fill .infli I In If nlwi n Tiftiali u Wr''".'l- A .HP- &JJ ..-, h,... ii mvih .. nui ... uumpr. i Vlfirnl.i emtt'ur rhiur.plen. and Kverett Tf S'ii.t pilil-nt of the California Oqlf ill,1" IHHUI! run, e. Wl ' f MS i msJrSx ' 1 a rMM ', M in- - - i t j-r-.T Ti H-r-f rTitrr i i - n .trBBH i .-' i u .