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Svf .r; Athletics Make for Building of Character in Beys if Evils Are Controlled and CurBi ? fA,1 !L0C4L officials rap ATHLETIC VIEWS OF ENGLISH EDUCATORS I7' .S' poe' or bein that the (mnr.it nnluial te tliuir iche mr dratiiud in make tlutr marl; In the treild anil festered by the aitifictalhi slirllirt.il priiucu nj trh'inl life should enily hr Lnerl.nl out (if them and ultimately tiamfermrd into thr admittedly valuable and kindred quality iclf-renfidcni.r," Copyright. 19!S, by PvbHc J.rdatr Cen-paiiy WANT DUGAN OR SCOTT T petrelt After Infielder, but Will Ac- " cept Ne Others Detroit, Feb.'"- 1'runH .1 Nnv-in, president of the Detroit flub. Ifft ted.i.v for YVabhlngtnn te attend the Amerii .in league meeting tbcre tomorrow, when, ' It is expected, foine trade may Vi- f fectcd te bring an infiolder te the lecnlh in pxclmnge for Outdi'ldpr Uil Vcacli, Manager Cobb nill iiIpe ntteuj i!i "WasblnBten liarley, reniiuc up fmm his home In Aiiiaifctu, '!n., in iiienc te JCan'h imiiK'st. The Uftilt owneis nn' unrrrtam as te the oiitceino of tln inuli- iifKotta iifKetta iifKotta tlenf, but lune let it he Known tlmt Kveiett Soett. of I In uiiUuf . or .Ii' Dugan, of t lie Ki'il Sev, inc tht1 enl Infk'ldt.rB he will be cem-liliTnl in an exchange. AEXTEND BOWLING CONGRESS yt Require Mere Than Menth for A. B. C. Tourney Teledo, ()., I'cb. 7. I'eiu dan and JiOBsibly mere '.vill lmi te be inldwl in fire for the entry 1 1 -t in the Amern.in , IIenliDK CeinjrwN TeniiiHiniMit. whlili Htarts here rcbruai- -7, invnulliis; te Secretary. A, I., l.mmtrv, who U hcrv rranging the sdiedulc. ' IIe announced teda that 11'.'.' tcanih re entered te date, with still ineic ct- liected this week. The teurnitiiient was intended originally te rlnse en March Sf but it may tuke nearly the lirht week 1 April te clean up the Mhedule. f?' Construction of the Mxleen nllejs at SkftlM Termiimls Auditorium, wheie two ihwwnicr A. II. C. tournaments lme been Wd, began today. ! v.f . Trry 8neddy" Is New Snowday 'iBbre. K'.. Pfb, 7. The name. vMfcfrrrtinkidy'' UI Hit N In Ih ( eiitre VJHVffthcre.t Today he N lnx iHiiV uim iipir itinvj p i j Beets and Saddle MORE MEMBERS IS Headmasters in British Schools Prohibit Youths in Teens Frem Participating in Relay Games, Claiming Publicity Develops Swelled Heads Iy KOBEKT V. M.VXWKU. i Nterts i:llter I-hrnliiE 1'ulille l.fdtfr TUB Sportsmanship of the Amctlcnns at the Ohinpic games in Autweip during the late summer of 1020 made a huge bit with the athletes of alt nations present, and particularly witli the llrltMi. In nn effort te welcome TJnltcd States athlete, the KnglMi eflirials have been planning a lug trnek meet for April S. when the Vnlvcrsltt of l'etiiijUanln lelny team opposes the Oxford-Cambridge combination in Londen The wclMald plain of the authorities have been kneel.ed loee semewluit b a reeent dccMnn at the headmasters' cenferenee. in whlcli fcvhoelbo t. In their teens were bailed fiem participation in rcln rncex. Twe rea'eiis were gicn by the headmasters for taking this stand. They deemed It wise, tirtt because the expense imehed would fall tee heailly en the shoulders of the parents whose sons prned tlvnisehes geed enough le run en any of the teams, and second, because- the publicit which fellows athletic activity would "turn the heads" of the jeuthful competitor. These reasons are interesting bemuse they nie new. We Unnw nothing of the manner b which the KnglMi inn the llntincial cud of the track thletlcs nnd therefore an net qualitied te comment en the first argument advanced by the educators. However, here in America relav lacing is a prominent part of schoolboy athletics ami, ns far as we Knew, thctc has been no call for laigrr MacMns in our high selieids. Thcie usnall is a temporary swelling of the dome, but It la temporal , and theiefeie net aerleus. Ir. Geerge W. Orten and Hr. Matthew C. O'Hrlen. who knew ii much about athletic heads as Jee Mner does of herles of another nrlet, aie two who differ greatly with the Itritish he.idma-ters. "Itclay racing has dune much te build up character in schooling ," said X)r. Orten, manager of the I'cnn games, which nie the largest of the kind in the world. "In mnn schools rela racing was the first form of sports. It didn't cost much te maintain the sport and enl four students were needed te compose n team. And out of Hack athletics came the spirit for competition in the ether lines of athletics. rTUF.HK hme hern tlieinnuds and theutnmh of hnyi in their i fmi itie kir cempc'i'I In relay at 'runUiii f'icW. It i a nholcsemc sport nud clran. It m hi ffce lead nmeii'J spoils Hint make for charaetei -buildlny." Control Evils in Spert. Says Dr. O'Brien DR. O'nnillN, who for jeus lias been training sclmolbej athletes at the Central High Scheel, a grips with the lhigllsli headmasters. He has teen many cases of swelling nbexp tlie neck. "The statement that schoolboy athletes get swelled heads from publicity Id abselutelj true. I have had se main cases of it here at Central High. Ter instnncc, take a hoi wle runs en the winning relaj team at rrnnklin Field. A geed example would lie the anchor man. who wen the rm e after being touched off te a peer start. He is lieuieil In th" students, and even the profesers put him en the back and s.i . "(!oei bin..'" or words te that effect. "What Is the result? Within a few las the liej's interest is sclf ccntered, He neglects his studies and iithlct'e training and begins te fail in both. It is one of the stoat eils in sp(,it." With this off his chest. Dr. (JI5rien tat back in Ids chair, as If the Conversation were finished. "Then jeu bclioe thnt relaj racing does the schoolboy a let of barm and fceys in their teeii should be prohibited from participating in the sport?" "Absolutely NOT!" he replied with emphasis. The statement seemed te gt under his cellar. The athletic director mecd te the edge of his chair and atarted te deliver another lecture. "The swelled head is one of the evils of sport and there are ethers. Hut aheuld xve condemn and give up athletics because of this? Absolutely NOT! That's a xeak man's attitude. The evils in sports must be controlled and curbed. "Because some of our college athletes pla with professional teams, abeuld colleges gtve up football? Absolutely NOT! There is tee much geed in faetball just as there is tee much geed in relav racing te gie them up. , "I'Hn thing is te control the sucllcd head. This can he done by proper trainin; in school and at home. If parents icill co operate tcttft instructors, it ti en. easy matter. The stcvlliiti seen gees deicn and the boy becomes net mat again." Transfer Conceit te Sel 'Confidence THE problem of the sw oil-head is ably handled In n criticism of the English headmasters, which nppeared In Londen Field. It fellows in part: "The headmasters' conference has decided against the participation of bevs in the relaj races. The motion of disapproval was bi ought ferwaid by Mr. Vaughan, of itugb.v, and Mr Hum, of Kellv College. Mr. Fife, of Christ's Hospital, was their met eleqne.it supporter Tliesp threp nnd the ether speakers en the same side relied en two niguments. The. pointed out that participation in the proposed meeting would c.iusn some expense te fall en the parents of bevs selected, and they alleged that publicity is bad for the morals and manners of athletes still in their teens. "The former nrgureent has some weight and might be almost conclusive, it it were Inevitable that expenses should be high and borne entirely by the parents. "The preposition that publicltv causes the heads of heys te swell is maintained by the cr. men who spend miiih time and energy in the en deavor te plant the seeds of ambition in .veiitlif il mini's "Is it common ground between them that t'ie,bevs who take part In the schools match nt Lord's, one nf the ch f events in the Londen Sanson, become mere conceited than the ether uieketeis In their schools who e-cape the limelight of publicity " Would Mr Vimghan or Mr. Plum or Mr. Fife, having a son at Eten or Harrow, prefer that he should just secuie or just fall te secure a place in the school t lev en uud undergo or be spared fiem the ordeal of publicity? Publicity maj incieasc conceit in the congenitally conceited, but . for the rest It is likely te strengthen their sense of proportion "When a bev makes his appearance before n large and sufficiently ciltical company at Lord's or Queen's he is up nrainst the real thing. Unless he has already become hidebound in conceit as the result of his training at home and in the comparative-privacy of bis sdioel publicity gives him knowledge. And knowledge of the truth never did harm te nnjbedy. though it has made many hideously uncomfei table We maintain the eNaet centraiv opinion te that expressed by Mr. Vaulian. SOMEBODY IS ALWAYS TAKING THE JOY OUT OF LIFE 'CHEAP GOLF IDEA State Official's Plea That Wait ing Lists Be Taken In te Lewer Dues Is Discussed 9 CLUB MGRS. PROPOSED Uv SAXDV McNHJMt'K "TTELP the butiUirs burning" is the tV latest slogan of club officials iu the New Yeik and Mn'aciiusctts golf dIMrlds. It is the call for cheaper golf, which Is becoming louder and louder lately. It i echoing nreund the local links' loop, tee, these da.vs. TIip "bunker-burning" idea In u nutshell Is that most clubs these dnys hnve n waiting list. High golf officials in Massachusetts recently came out vvitn the Idea that every man, woman and child wh- wants te "play the game of golf should have the opportunity. The urge was for each club te take In mere members until the general average of play per day was believed te be neur the' top notch possible for comfort. Figures pointed out that xcry seldom was a course kent working te its capac- itj. and that if n hundred clubs In that State adde I fifty members iiplece te the roll the 5000 new members would net enlv materially decrease the indi vidual suras paid out yearly for diien. but would also take geed care of these who are en waiting lists and arc new dependent en frieuds for weekly visits te geed links. Cuts Dew n Dues Jehn G. Andersen, in the New Yerk Herald, writes that this is similar te the "country club membership" iden of some standing, where the newcomers have access te the course from Menda.v te 1'ridiiy for less dues. The scheme would cut nbeut $10 at least e!T indi vidual dues. "Theie is nothing mere desolate look ing than a deserted golf course in the middle of the day." writes Andersen. "Whv net let the 'waiters' into the fold en the lax dajs. get the geed out of the course and reduce the cost for all? "The reason advanced at sieral oju eju mlttce and governors' meetings which we have attended was that S10 or S20 did net matter. Hut seemingly n change of heart hns taken place nnd lower priced golf has been n slogan for the last two or three months. The test will come some time between n golfer'.s self ishness aud Ids desire te secure n ear's recreation at a mere reasonable price. Many Schemes "There hnve been many schemes ad vanced Intcly by these contemplating the building of new courses whlcli have much te recommend them. Club houses nre te be made much simpler, with golf instead of country club features ns out standing sureties: the dues are in all cases lower than is the general average of links tednv. which means that the cmintrv eleh I'xncnsc. ns apart from the golf pluv, is considerable of n burden te I... ....if t.lnver. Hut the one featuiu whlcli has appealed te many would-be members is the small stated sum per month they can pay toward securing u permanent ownership bend in the prep- crtv " ' The ''budget svMcni." advocated by .1 Westen Hlbbs. Oulph Mills, nt the last Philadelphia district meeting, can UkUi! I .-ttUXLL UJALK Te Ti-ic 5Fne. i piseL MS Yoewe. va! A Kip of Twelve i , s . i, wtfeK Agve ) f 77 M vwcie .Jerby Te mcw it I n& ums Just , I MOflNliJfc riptw-c wm eubibw i HOnACff" i- M va VueiL AMD J I MiKin - Veu uje . V UAUH06 en 7 rS s-H2.r' " '"" I IM ...v iigm peasiBLc-HERC I fROTTy I Vine that V" . J V TtAO VV 1 TJOAY -c;wc TJMORROVJ FAU N vT'3, y,J- T COCA J Nsi ! X MeALTH 7 JfHk S Vt "i yti cL heacc) jSl ZJ2P Cmk., -lJii --a gnsj? r , J II ! I - ! ! I - I III I I - - I ' I u BIG MEN IN SPORTS GET JUMP ON FIELi 1 Physical Power in Competition Turns Trick With Effert Than Small Man Needs and Gives Stamina Over Leng Reute "i pert. By GBANTLAND RICE IIEAU a let about mental control, brains, nerve nnd co-ordination in ." wi-itnu T 1 II.. "but isn't It true that most of the champions nre big men physically, with a decided advan tage in sheer strength that counts mere than anything else?" i Most of the present-day champions have a decided physical advantage, but this factor doesn't cpunt "mere than anything else. Wltlmut mental and physical co-ordination nnd the knack of applying their power, they Teuld be a let of third-raters, even if they xvere fivlce ns strong and twice as big. Physical and Mental BY MENTAL processes here wc nre net referrlner te snr Intellectual . -.. " . r nn wild as caeles. Jehnsen U .. rcptlen, because he bus a perfect nltS Inc motion. Ne man has n., '.Ir along before who could hit n busebilii . .l .... lf..il. ..lll. Mi II.Al "!! I iniru us xvuvn iv mi ua nine appir effort. .. . , The big tciiew usually has a hit, liuiu hvcmuk "in uniiua, nrms and I On a tnn nftftfl trot a In 1A . 1 the ether two. But when the atkleS Willi luc uouieinuuuu ei pnysical poi and control of the same stens ln. , fold, his advantage is tee marked te 1 cheeked. Which accounts for th. J saying that a "geed big man can slw whip n geed llttle man." ? cqvuHeM. litt. All Mehti ftntrm'l The Hardest Battle of My Ring Career 9 Infighting of Ad Wolgast Made Richie Mitchell's Toughest Tilt With Gloves GOT EYES BLACKENED "Bat" Nelsen Wins Case, but Lawyer Is Robbed By niCIIIE MITCHELL THEIIE have been xcry few easy matches In which I have partici pated since starting n boxing career. Frem' the tfutset I xvas asked te go against the best, and, believe me, some of them xvere geed. However, the match xvhich I con" sidcr the toughest of my life xvns xvith Ad Wolgast. Yeu re membered that ter rific, terrible, ever-tearlng-in Adelphus. That bout was held back In 1010. I xvelghed only nbeut 128 pounds ; in these days. That lit lit tle Dutchman surely could punch and he bit me irem cv:j ritchie MrrcnnLb"'l0.le. I have never met n mnn who could de se much dam- Chicago, Feb. 7. Oscar Matthew ("Battling") Nelsen, once the great est of lightweight fighters, nnd his lawyer wen an easy decision ever the law in a police court here, but were badly beaten by some unknown creek. "Bat," arrested for disorderly conduct after n fight In a flat which he said he "entered In response te calls for help, was discharged. Then it was discovered that "Bat" and his second bad only wen half a victory, for some one had picked the lawyer's pocket right in the police court. past gave battles. me the hardest of all my . i. r,t frinnc in clubs which have1 ,, n. infihtinc than Wolgast, net nlieadv adopted it. , i xyelgast gave me the prettiest pair of Mr. Hlbbs said that if "business wcrcj,, Tes i Cr have had. Exchang urn like dubs, these pushing the for- ,, ,)1()-w (or b,()W tn t,c trip-hammer would seen be bankrupt, which Is npr 1HneijinB. Wolgast, it seemed as if prebabl.v true. There Is a tremendous j iHJU,(, make no i,UprPS,slen en his tough amount of waste. x - hide. At the same time his clouts had .. . Tiii,." a s,lnB t0 tucm- n11 r!gnl' One local course was mint xvmi sucn The hardest match for me te lese was that xvith Benny Leenard in January, 1021. Benny hnd me down three times In the first round and I came witliiu an ace of landing him right after it. Leenard Kent down for nine and enlv hi remarkable coolness and grit saved him that night. He is a wonderful boxer, and i take my hat off te him, hut still Keuld like anetlyr chance. (Inns Tunnrr will tfll about tlin hardrst battle of tits rlns variwr In Thurnday'a edi tion of the Brenlnr Public ldictr. OLYMPIC FUND GETS $1000 GIRLS TO DECIDE BASKETBALL TITLE Rival Feminine Sextets Frem Bridgeport arid Norristown te Play Here SELECT A NEUTRAL COURT The girls' basketball teams represent ing Norristown nnd Bridgeport nre at loggerheads as te which Is the better team and they have decided te pay a visit te this city en Thursday evening le settle the dispute en n neutral court. The game will be played at New Auditorium Hall. Seventh street nnd Snyder nvenue, the home of the Seuth Philly Hebrews, the largest and best playing space being used for basketball in thy city today. Norrl'tewn men's team will play the Sphas the same night, but the contest between the male plu.xers lias been com pelled te take u back seat for the one between the ladles. Manager Harry Pusseii had another game between junior teams for the Seuth Philly amateur title, but called it off te accommodate the out of tevvners. Several weeks age he scheduled Nor ristown for Thursday and yesterday re ceived n letter from the manager In which he told of the rivalry existing between the girls' teams of Norristown and Bridgeport, which are opposite cacn etlier en tlie Schuylkill lliver. superiority or surpassing brnln power. "Rube' Wnddcll and "Bugs' Ray mend, for two examples, xvere 07 per cent dumbbells in many respects, but they were smart enough en tbe ball field. Kvcry one has known certain stars who were quick thinkers, mainly through Instinct, in certain sport, but who could never be rated as any intellectual pyra mids, towering above the run of ordi nary existence around. Many men arc undoubtedly born xvith knack for a certain sport. They tnke i it quickly, without having te strain either brain or nerve. Fer many of these the game comes tee easily te ever leave them nt the top. , Ty Cobb nnd Brlcklcr had the knack, but a big part of their success xvas due te tlie hardest sort e( work and appli cation. Hie Advantage rpiIE physical advantage Is undeubt edlv n bl one, weighs 220 pounds. Ty Cobb wclgliu its). Babe" Ruth Jack Dempscy welshs 103. when pruned down. Hornsby aud Hcltman nre both big. well-built entries. Paddock has a world of physical power te xverk en. Miss Heliins and Miss Leiteb nre both powerfully built, nnd se is Mrs. Mullery among golf and tennis cham pions. Tilden hasn't bulk, but he has height, leach nnd leverage, .all decided physical advantages when properly ap plied. The big man or the strong xveman in competitive sport can turn the same trick with less effort nnd, ns a rule, with greater stamina ever the long route. It Is here they get the big jump en the field. Something te Watcli THE entry with nn excess of physi cal power may often be nt n dis advantage in baseball, golf or tennis, because he finds this surplus power border te control. Most pitchers with terrific speed nre . . . , -,, ... The girls have met en several pre- Bosten A. A. Will Give Thla Sum ,0lls ei camions, hut each time the as First Contribution "home stuff" alibi was working "ever time una it xvns deenieu tnat tlie proper way te iicciue xvincu was tlie better 'J here teas ue let-up throughout the bout. That Dutchman kept boring in and never stepped hit tlna tilth all the weight he had back of each punch. Horses which appear best nt New Orleans today nre: First race. Pluribcll, Leuis Letchen helm, Sun Time; second, Itas. Ettahe, Service Star; third. First Pullet, Bet sindu. North Shoie; fourth, King's IUUe, Iren Bej, Capt. Tem; fifth, Gout maud, Gray Gables, King's Cham Cham peon: sixih, Scotch Verdict. Merchant. Vcritj : sewnth, Miss Nankin, Quite, I Napthalus Havana- First incn. Dragoon, Cm in, I'aiel; sf(.i( IVtilc, Aiestn. Last Girl. Iluril Meney'. JM Gnnisen, .xiiKiituii i.agif , teuttli, llelle of IJIia- i bithtevvn, .ludgi Prjer. M.iver Heuse:' fifth. Majer Park. Sea Frehin. Chimera : . sixth. .Sibela, Mary , ratio Uaket, Biamu, After Xlulrllwr win the ether day Rt Ntw Or iam ihHie wru no ls than a rteren ri t'rctful hernirnen wllllm,- te lell Jut hew ' lef thfv cHme te (Jliltllritr en th son of X'ulcaln-TninU at th' Xiilapa Jtrm (lis rerFal eil. tart Aumitt 0 It Allen, the fertuniln one who eltmnl lilm for ll.ixu connlderecl he hml feuml s. ram 1 .irxaln whin the Belcllnit's ankle responded n euliklv tr, th ' Anna- Iren ami nominated turn fur ull thn mh fctdkn which will rs run a, fU Judiii durlrnr Urn next six weeks. I'er thr llrst time In ecral veira a Knlr fJrnunns infetlnir prevnsseH without llrad-' lej'ii Choir i biid Knrbly it lair who ud I te run be renHi-eniiy in trio .1110 Nh'elds ' colors Ueth ar isi Xin Shleldn farm In Kan- I aas underireliiK thi snow euro for feverlih ' leilN. and nn ennrt vmii nu maun te reiurn them te raelne durlnrr thi uprlnk'. Uradley's 'linlre Is et Reed fur uftw mere rucei despite lila ten 5ar After the Alabama court tullnif Saturday that oral hettlnx la net 1lles.il in the Mate It wan arinuuiice'1 mar n uiieenriaH rai e ireetliifr weull Ik held at Xletill. . at the tluae uf th" New Orluuna w-lntcr ineellng. a lack of method that nobody kept track of the laborers. They reported for work, nnd then most of them ceuldn t be found until the "whistle" blew at quitting time. I.nberers en n nearby read, hearing of the cinch, used te line up with the j ( 0 been ivrocked down by several i ethers fe.- pay, and get it, se tue saj - 0,,pencnts, found myself in gruelling ling gees. ,, matches xvith a let of lightxvelghts, but Aiivway. members of the club paid x (,() net fjeimte in saying that Wel- fn. ii thu. The expense et maintain- :., .1... ,nrsp nnd club is greater, in : most cases, than the cost of phuhij , i tin netunl came of golf. rhcreferc. mere than one club is thinking of hir- I ing an expcit manager ier us eiuu ie actively "work at me expenuuurc uuu receiving of club menejs and as an ef ficiency expert, as it were. Laber is down r.O.per cent, wc arc told riguies also show that feed ...!. n,.. flown, but club restaurant prices aren't. These are some of the material things in connection with pl.ijlii" the gnine which should make i mere model ate club rhnrges possible. I Golfers believe the game Is worth nil it (ests. but. bending the dlsbuisiug aim. tkev believe it costs tee much. ' SHIMIDZUWILL RETURN Japanese Tennis Player Will Makel His Heme In New Yerk I San Francisce, Calif.. Feb. 7. Little JConre Shlmldzu, the xvenderful lawn I tctinlH star from Japan, xvhose playing en Amerlcun nnd European courts last vear was u sensation, is coming back te the L'nlted Stntes nnd te New Yerk , City, which he xvtll make his pcrma-i pent home. "Shimmy, one or me most popular ; foreign players who ever xlslted these i shores, will bring his bride with him. This will be xvoleemo npws for all of these who hnd the geed fortune te meet Shimldiu In?t summer. Ne finer sportsman ever trod a court and. witli the probability thnt Ichlva Kumngne will also ictiirn this summer, Japan will be splendid) icpiescntcd iu the, Bosten, Feb. 7. The movement be gun ny tne uosien a. a. te raise a fund te finance the United States tram nt the next Olympic games by n per centage of receipts from all athletic con' tests meantime xvill hnve as its first contribution approximately $1000. Announcement xvns made that the B. A. A., in setting aside 5 per cent of the net receipts nt its annual games, held before a full house et the Bosten Arena Saturday night, would contribute that amount. club xvns te sccuie some neutral court in this citv. Cubs te Play Indianapolis Chlrjiae, Teh. 7. The training schedule of thi Chlcase NatlunnlN has been completed eyret for a few detallu. It was nnneunird today, with the boelchu; of exhibition Kumej nt Indlananelln Anill lu nnd it with the Amebian Association cluh thefe. 1'ellpw lui l)iei"e grimea the rulm will ke le Cincinnati, whrrn they nre mhcdijIeU te open the Na tional Leseue buten April 12. 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