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yfeftiiard Puts Title at Stake Tonight Against Recky Kansas in NewYerkl -SSBSR ..ItSSSSSl
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WIGHT QUESTION NO
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v Br Bf Il B B B J m m . M L. V dfcjL ea eate
AT CONTEST TONIGHT
Rumors TAa Champien Has Outgrown Lightiveight
,, Ca5s y4re Set at Rest Match With Kansas
Third Title Encounter for Benny
r
By KOBERT
epertt Bailer i.reiuiu i'udiie tracer
TENNX LEOXAIID tyIU defend bis Hghtweljlit tltte In New Tork tenlglit
JO when he meet Recky Kansas In n fifteen-round bout In Madisen Square
Garden. This Is the third time the chnmplen hag rngnsnl In a decliien battle
InNew Yerk alnce defeating Freddy Welsh. He knocked out Jee Welling aud
Wtchle Mitchell and probably will add another K. O. te his record tonight.
Spert Editor Erenbc Fublle Ledger
it ktTe claimed that Leenard Is a welterweight, wme even going se far as te
rVimmUlnn '.n.l tlirt- urn Irnn-hnnnil
I ilgh In nt 135 pound, at 2 o'clock the
must step en tne scales nuu aiiew uimscu 10 De wcigucu uy a rejiiuei-uiu-tire
of the State.
The chamnlen. however. !. net worrying. Jack We!ntcln, who has been
t cemmutlne te New Tork since Leenard
J j weighed 134 pounds one day latt week,
f smm (w WfJnnclnr nfi.. m lintel
i: weighed J!HJ1& pounds, and he would be below the legal limit when lie Is
t weighed this afternoon. All of which Is quite interesting and sets at icst the
I rumors that be no longer Is able te make the lightweight limit.
iJ There la n let of excitement In boxing circle ecr the championship
r f tilt tonight. Short-end betters have nu Idea that Kniipns will spring n sur-
' prise because Leenard has net been boxing much and might show the effects
of the long layoff. They point te the Mitchell contest, when Rltchle hung ene
en Benny's jaw In the first round and almost knocked him loose from his title.
Of course, Benny wen the battle when he scored n knockout In the fifth, but
jrhe was en the icrge of taking the long voyage when Mitchell connected. If
It Kansas lnnds n solid smash en the chin it will be a different story. Recky
! has n hefty wallop and is dangerous at all times.
i However, this Is only the grandoldepc. It means nothing. Benny boxed
;$ Kansas last June and the bout went twelve rounds In Harrison, N. J. It
JJwas said that the champion was given a hard battle, but the wlte persons
ii did net take It seriously.
THE fight should be threicn out in
tonight. In the ether fuss Ilcnny
, nothing ca at stake. Aeic there is a rtreiiii tacked en and the
JJ champion tcilt take no chances. He c(3 Jitd the quarrel as seen us
J 2 , powiefe.
j Tcndler Still en Leenard's Trail
5 "COVERT, time Leenard engages In a bl? battle talk Is revived about a match
j --1 with Lew Tcndler. The local southpaw still is doing business and hate
I te be kept waiting for a chance nt the title. He ha? demonstrated time and
j again that he Is the he--t lightweight in the world outside of the champion.
iad believes he pan win the title. He Is peeved ever the sudden ending of
Ijtha bout scheduled te be held here last summer, when Benny broke his hand
: J five days before the party.
. Tendler boxed two hard bouts with Sailor Frecdman here and managed
te slide threupb en hnlr-llnn decisions. Mnny believed he was going back,
'nd when he Ien a fifteen-round dccNlen te Kansas they were, sure of it.
However, he met rrcedman lu the CSarden last December nnd knocked Selly
I 'all ever the pine. II almost had him out In the second round, and prebnbly
; would baic scored a knockout If hlt hand hal net been Injured. Frecdman,
I liewever, put up n gime struggle nnd succeeded in weathering the bterm.
J After Lcenaid gets through with Kansas which he should with llttle
.difficulty, nccerdlng te the dope Lew probably will have te mingle with
jthe Recky person again te wipe out that defeat. Afterward he again will
; .belli line for a shot at the title, providing that Benny will listen te his oratory.
t i The lightweight division Is thinning out. Dundee, Kansas, Jacksen and
1 Charley White arc the eteians still in action, and Bebby Barrett, Jimmy
Dougherty's young battler, seems te be the most premising of the new crop.
!! Thus it tan be Been thnt Tendler is the only real contender and deserves a
title bout. There is no doubt thnt the battle will attract lets of interest
jjjand.draw an enormous crowd if held this summer. But will It EVER be
Wbeld?
Leenard Intends te keep en fighting after tonight's brawl. He Is booked
'te meet Jack Britten, the welterweight chnmplen, en March 17, and this
match should be the bigget of the year. The champions met once before In
a six-round bout In Philadelphia. Britten sprang a big surprise nnd In the
fth round had Benny In bad shape, after landing a hard right en the jaw.
We gave the decision te Britten that ulght.
'THE veteran champion is no set-up for anybody and Leenaid icill
. net have an easy time of it. Britten is tee foxy and knetct tee
much te be handed less than an even chance.
Open Meeting of Semi-Pre League Tonight
HOWARD M. DONOVAN, temporary president of the Semi-professional
League, has called a meeting of" nil managers nt Hetel Walten tonight.
This will be nn open affair, and In answer te numerous telephone inquiries
we wish te state that cerjbedy is Invited and will be given a chance te air
his views.
The movement te organize a permanent body te control the twilight sport
la growing rapidly and Mr. Donevnn ibas received many applications for
membership. Last week some twenty-eight clubs were represented, nnd to
night it is expected that at least thirty mere will attend. Among the new
applicants are Straw brldge & Clothier, HiUdale, Chester, Aberfoyle of
Chester; Hatch Meters, St. Barnabas. St. Carthage, Marshall E. Smith
Lit Brethers, Lansdnle, Quaker City Pres, Evening Ledger and the Phila
delphia Manufacturers' League.
Bill Reper, head coach of Princeton, and Judge Patterson, members of
the Arbitration Beard, will address the meeting. They will outline their
plans for the coming season.
There is llttle likelihood of adopting any rules at tonight's meeting.
The organisatien will have te be perfected first, nnd then a committee shall
draw up a constitution and bylaws. The name probably will be the Phila
delphia Baseball Association.
It will take at least a month te get the organization down te a working
basis, and all of the members are working hard te get this done. The game
will benefit when under control of a governing body.
'THE metcment hal attracted some attention in Xcte Ye)k. The
ether day Wultcr Trumbull wrote as folleics: "Philadelphia arc
all steamed up about semi-pre baseball. They have become SO uicd
te it."
Herse Racing Is Essential
rIE killing of the Anti-Racing Bill In the Kentucky Senate by the do de
clslvc vote of 28 te 10, after the Judiciary Committee of the Senate had
reported the bill adversely by a vote of 4 te 1, puts at rest the stand the
Blue Grass State takes en any measure deemed prejudicial te the thoroughbred
The forces in Kentucky opposing pari-mutuel betting en race tracks
were aligned with and represented by the same attorney who was nctlmr for
boekmuklng Interests centering in St. Leuis which were compelled te leave
Kentucky some ears back by the ruling of the Kentucky State Racing Com
mission forever banning bookmakers from tracks in that State
The opposition te the bill drew prominent men from nil 'walks of life.
Secretary of Aar Weeks wrote a letter oppe-iue the bill te the ehiirmnn f
the Senate Judiciary Committee, declaring that the thoroughbred biding
JwU,ttfnn "iV'f" "'CCSary a"y' tboreu8hb"d e racing, were essentia I "S
the national defense.
A TIIR0XG of representative Kentuckians,
tcrrc in Frankfort te oppose the bill.
Copyright, ten, irj
PUNCHERS TO CLASH
Frecdman and Conn Ready for Bell
at National Tomorrow
An International lightweight contest
blch will bring together principals
WbeM chief (umet in the ring in the
tNdl-knewn punch are te furnish action
at tbe National tomorrow night. The
contestants are Sailor Frcedman, Chi
cago's best lightweight, and Jee Conn,
the knockout puncher who recently In
Tided America from England.
Frccdman'H lant bout in Philadelphia
was against Champien IJeiinie Leenard,
and the sailor mudn things uncomfort
able for the tltlehelder throughout their
eight-round bout.
Conn la a one-punch knocker-out.
He allowed hln hitting powers when he
pat Mike Paulsen te sleep here several
ilht age.
Promoter AI Wagner has Jee Itene,
Trenten lightweight, and Jee Mc
Osbe, of Lancaster, down for the Remi
ttal. Darby Caupar and Joe Welsh
art te clash lu a return bout. Harry
Burke is te meet Kid Herman, and
'Charley Itay opens the bhew with
Jtsafay Iteycc.
,V KI$Psr Signs te Coach Dickinsen
?(flsrrltuiv, th. lnn State football iar.
LJSwZejWf,. contract te coach tha t2J
4ppsKftefa at Dlcklnaea Ceilese btrt.
r -j "
W. MAXWELL
nml rnnner-rlveted llahtwclzhts nHISt
day of the fight. That means Kenny
started active training, tays the champ
and he read the figures en the balance
trnrLnt If ti'na innnrtll hnfc ltrnnv
figuring the chance) of Kansas
didn't trf his hardest becauric
including many officials,
ui,0 Ledgtr Cempjtiy
HARRY HERBERT HOME
Injured Syracuse Football Player
Welcomed by Parents and Friends
Hartferd. Conn., Teh. 10. Harry
Herbert, former Syracuse Uuivcrslty
football star, who Buffered a broken
vertebra of the back In the Syracuw:.
Colgate game last November, baa re
turned te hi3 home h?re from New
Yerk.
His homecoming was n Purprkc te
fnenda, although he wut n telegram
te his parents, infennln:; them he wm
TZinZnd"y"X the flfVeen:
hvnenti'n1 11,? ,J "aa wcll , feet mark. Three prlath, consisting of
by parents and friends
WON'T TRADE BAKER
uugglns Says Ha Will Stay With
Yanks, Along With Fewster
Tlaltlmen), Md., Feb. 10. Heme
Run Baker and Chick Fcwctcr will Ni
with the 1022 Yanks, and they are net
due te figure in any baseball trade.
Following a conference held bore with
tils plnjc""". Manager .Mlllpr Huwins
announced both were sat I died with the
terms pfferetl them and that they would
be In line for regular poMtiens when
tbe call round te the Hiring truliilu'
camp at New Orleans.
P.eseT Th cuecK
Te Tne PaYiwg Ten-era .
WITH A& MUCH UtfCOMCCRN
pout. A YsvaJ A The
OSHIMfi- CHECKS WAS
BE.C0MIN5 A TDtOU5
AFFAIR
IN TENNIS LEAGUE
Dr. Streng, of Penn Charter,
Picks West Philadelphia High
te Win Title
PLAN FOUL-GOAL CONTEST
By PAUL PRKP
GERMANTOWN ACADEMY new is
a member of the Intcrt-chelastlc Ten
nis League. At n recent meeting of the
league held in the 'William Penn Char
ter Scheel, Twelfth Ftrcet below Market,
the Quaker iutitutien was elected te
membership.
The Inlerschelattlr Tennis League,
probably one of the largest of its kind in
the I'nttcd States, new is compet-cd of
twelve institutien1!. Resides the new
member. Penn Charter. West Philadel
phia High, Camden High, Northeast
High. Centra1 High, Gerniantewn High.
Frnnkferd High, Lewer Merlen High,
Episcopal Academy, Villanevn Prep and
Haverford Scheel are In the circuit.
All of the officers of the organization
wcre re-elected for another term at the
meeting. Dr. Clinten A. Streng, of
Penn Charter, wan chosen president of
the lcncne for the tenth consecutive
year. The ether officers re-elected were
Prof. H. W. Palmer, Haterferd Scheel,
vice president, and Prof. W. A. Hur
wlts, Wept Philadelphia High, becro becre
tary and treasurer.
"Te me it leeks as though West
Philadelphia has the best chance te win
the title this eer," paid Dr. Streng.
"The Specdbeys have wen for the IiiKt
two years and should come through
again. The vhoel lias a veteran team
and the outlook is cry faerab!c for
thes-e racquet v.ieldcrs.
"But even though I think AVcst Phil
adelphia hns the best chance, Penn
Charter must be reckoned with. My
team will fight hard and always has
been near the top of the list. Earl
Bartlett, singles champion and winner
et CSe university of rcnnsyivnnla tour
nament, will be back. Tem McOllnn,
joint holder of the national boys' dou
bles championship and linalict In me
singles tournament, alie will piny again
for P. C. Then. tee. Frank Ellis, first
singles player for (Jermantown High
last ear, has entered the tchoel und
hheuld be u big help.
"Heweer, the Spcodbeyi, with Col Cel
burn, first singles; CapUin Hedge,
doubles, and Nerman Brommell. third
singles, will pree u hard combination
te beat. Last jear In the fall Jcaguc
West Philadelphia went through the
scnen without losing a t-lnglc point.
"Penn Charter will be back in the
runuliig. Last sen.--en west rhllaucl
and the 15 hie and e low is ceIiie out
te win another championship thib jenr."
After naseball Title
Uaseball practice at Penn Charter
will get under way seen. Virtually
every plajer from last j ear's team h
back, and Captain Weillnnd, of football
fame, expects his team te win the
championship.
"We are gelnj te give Episcopal
Academy u run for the title this year,"
Mild Wuilland this meming. "Wll-
Huins. their btar niteher. who twirled
two no-hit came last jcur, is cenennd
he ulll he Illifteil.
vv .....
hae te worn- lu that department. Our
' chief less is the outfield, but v.a bne
I several crack plajcrs coming out for
these pobltlens and they will be filled
cunubly.
' "There will be tue mere teams in
i the league this jear, but that will make I
I little difference. Jt seems te ine the I
! fight will be between V. C. and Kpibce-
pal."
Feld -Sheeting Test
St. Jeseph's College new comes te
the front with nn announcement that
It will ttage u foul-sheet lux ceutcst for
high anil prep school bu&ketball plajcrs,
The contest will be held en Tuesday
evening, February 2S, nt the St. Jo Je Jo
seph's gym, .SePiiteeuth and Thomp
son Urcets.
Onlv one entry will be accepted from
cm h hclioel. Kach contestant will be
a silver cup, u geld nipuai anu n Bluer f
. . . . . . . i
medal, will be awnnleil the winners of
first, bucend and third plact-H, respec
tively. The contest will begin nt 7 V.
M. All entries must be submitted te the
cellege by Weduehduy, February 22.
l'.elde the teams in und around Phil
adelphia, It ihi'spcdcd that tlie Passaic
High Scheel tie also will be repre
sented, In addition te Trenten High
Scheel, Uendlug High, Ptddln Institute,
W'ciimiah .Mi itury Ai-iideiu). Teme
Scheel, fionrge Scheel, Atlnntle tJltj
III..K U.tlij.jJ niitl t ifiriMklii. in,.li
IN
ACADEMY
n i lu beat us Ij.v two iieiutN. nml tlic scar VI i.mi. v ,(,.,, ..m,, ,, i,nv ..iT T! ...', '""' 'peru nub Harrv v.n.
before that the "Westei tiers wen bv n nlwnJs felt that Scotland and England , u,"n,,",n?1 n.,atch- SinnHIurJHn lnrn"n
single point. I'm oils te WM Penn . wrr entitled te their split of the credit ' rob?? Vele!. st" vSL?.110 M"rrl" '"&
Ch.irter had wen Mv titles in a row. :!crp. Fince both began their golf careers . J Kei.v. i ,." Ki.m .-' , """L".?: "'"' ".
Schools net icceMng Invitations may il"S, go te tne i otteii League,
bend an entry te Ht. Jeseph's College
and it will be accepted, If in the etlk-cl ThciaU no C'emm abeur Jee's knock
by February 22. out punching ability, that's a dnch,
1141 l'll"l " ..,,,l.Mt,l .,111.
THAT GUILTIEST FEELING
WH1LS M Id CROnJ12lM6
YeO AsiO TMC CMCLCW
AUTBRlviATCUV lOOK A 5
The' Yeu wsste ei
i n ie pre a cm a ete
CHHncTt".
WH6tU H ASKS "rfau HOWJ
YOU'.U- HAVE, tT;- AMSWSQ
without eueiu loekisxs at
hh.. IF Yeu have A Tooth
pick HANDY-U.se IT new,
IT INDICATES TH6 ACM6
OP APATHV
&
. r i
MOST SPORT CHAMPS
ARE U. S. HOME-BREDS
All Boxing Titleholders, Except Carpcntier, Bern Here.
Guilferd, Tilden, Miss Hellins and Other
Titleholders Arc Yankee-Bern
By GRAXTLAND RICE
The Return te Normalcy
watched the larks and robins as they
chirped 'around the green.
I felt a tropie sun beat down upon my
well-baked bean.
I heard the palm trees crooning as I
nave the pill a shove
And new they've lugged me back again
te "X or 10 above."
I heard the old gulf rumble in and
whisper down the shore.
And new and then I took the time te
think about my score.
But eftencr I rambled through the pine
weeds that I love,
Ar.d.new they've yanked me bach again
te "8 or 10 above."
Where Ort Wells takes a practice swing
with Geerge Ade standing near;
Where Lardncr says, "I only wish I
had Jehn Gelden herel'
Or whete Jim Studebakcr soaks the
pellet en a line.
As Kerwin turns the bagpipes en for
Archie Valentine.
Where sunset drifts across the lay and
leaves a trail of geld,
Where purple skies slida down the world
across a crimson fold;
Where palm and pine and evergreen
sway in the twilight breete,
And Remance talks across the dusk
from all the Seven Seas
I
Where winter walks in April's dress,
and hums un idle tune,
Where February steals the stuff that
ence belonged te June
But who can dream of palm and pine
amid the subway's shove
When one is back te normalcy at "8 or
10 above."
National Entries
riAN you tell me," writes F. L. F.,
"just hew mnny leading cham
pions arc American born, and hew many
get their starts In ether countries?
Alse from what countries?"
There's tennis, for one. Tilden Is
American born, but Mrs. Mallery's
debut was in Norway.
In golf, Jeck Hutchisen came from
Scotland, Jim Barnes from England.
JtSbC Guilferd and Miss Hellins, ama
teur golf champions, are both native
born.
All the boxing champions, burring
Carpcntier, with the light heavyweight
title, arc benicbrcds.
Splitting Urn Credit
I7HILE Barnes and Hutchisen are
overseas.
I"or thnt innttPr, Jack McDermelt
and Walter llagcn are the only two
lioreebrrd American professionals who
ever wen the open golf championship.
Qucerly enough, three amateur home heme
breds have reached the same heights.
In the poisons of Oulmet, Travers und
Eva us.
Of the six leading golf titles, ama
teur and pre, male nnd fsmnle, four are
held by British born und two by Ameri
can born.
The Biz Sensation
i rntll 0 .Incll,. cnntnllAn . n n
i uiu U1U3L uus.ii. n. 'iiivu .i. ..um
I .....
Demnvcy.
If that soiree ceuldn t draw a 52,-
000,000 Gnte, nothing else could.
The 'big international rivalry has
always been beUeen the United States
and fJreat nritain. ....
The ethers have had a few champion-
Ts Krax
TnE umps go Seuth te get the old
thumb limbered up.
It's easy te keep In condition for ice
hockey eiilii!7 pe('i en tee.
Our Dally Guessing Contest What
. a.a - WIT. Vi.Aca DIiiaII
tiatienailiy n riMi . a, viui
i.i.-.-ii it' UK KKl'T I.IKKFR IV tn
MKIMI1VT. ONE ()UV MA1IU A FLAT
m:II.
II.mai.. .
N ena want, te l,Uv tha J.rsey ".SKesten"
for ftar et settlm .lyns.
Tlie tU-nre In Ilia X..1..II. II. I'OT efflcen
nrs oft Influenced ur the box tcerea,
Oprni'nff oysters is one of the few
shell games that's en tha level.
Clmliern also is perfectly open and
ribevc beard.
If you're looking for some bwell bat-
. V ., M , . .
1 overseas. ' I . uoeoiron u Cerl.y McDonald u
BtTCOMG AfJSOKBBO IfJ
SOMBTWNG OUTBIDS
WHIATUC ABSTRACTBDlV
a you GO OUT
fhip flirtations, but hnrdly enough te
keep the orchestra plajing for mere
than one overture.
Great Britain has contributed her
shnie in golf, tennis, pote nnd such,
but when it comes te boxing the inter
national aspect hns been largely shut
oft by n flutter of red, white nnd blue,
with the eagle well out of tnngc.
Outside of Carpcntier, Europe hasn't
turned out a geed heavyweight since
lltzMmmens hanimcml his last Iren
shoe en n horse in Cornwall.
pOBZUPPKE,o7lllinels, and Knute
f- Recknc of Notre Dame, desire te
Jtnew just what the penalty Is for send
ne n team composed of only seven men
te the field. Alse, Is It impossible te
piny members of the faculty provided
tlicy have had no previous football ex
perience? "TS MLLB. LeTJgLEN coming back
mer? nsks n reader. Far be It from
us te attempt te spot the advance spoor
of temperament. Even the casual
guess must have its nrWtrary limit.
"S FAU twrnty-twe footballers have
vt-M ibe.fl" iPn,,e!jt or Lnve confessed."
? i ' ' ,Is ,1beut 17 ner ccn e' the total,
net lucluding war tax.
Twin Citadels of Sorrow
There's no longer any joy
At Aetrc Dame and Illinois.
T' "?' ihlngs hardly leek the same
At Illinois und Setrc Dame.
"pADDOCK givTTup track work for
vardsBh,f,n t "1S nbl!itj; ? run 10
varus in 0 3-. seconds isn't going te
help him any back of n let of four-ball
matches we have seen In the last few
months. Net by half a stride.
"T5ALLS, rules nnd clubs In golf may
move iciwe sr&am
Covu.-leht. lit. All Kloht, Rtacrued.
Scraps About Scrappers
ss r ?lS sawTsf are!
It lilt, r? .
.iiht i Pi'Si..:" K ?'".. "ath
Cumbria 1'rlday nighl. '-P at Ma
fni M.V.0"":1 American champie, i. " TJiw
HoellOO ItOff. "Mini h nllll iVi. "
oew nifl DBBt form. t'li.Ae u- -r-"'w
..v .. --.. . .v ..,. i lahB iiinn.v
---. "ttsj .it.n nnT.n
i time." Jee O'Donnell la
ine. Other nmtchaa: iJ...
,A..P?,t,"nir .Mack. Billy
O'Malley and Ray O'Mili-
w . umy Paricer,
hisSe're'wRS'BV'ifr.'.Kr dWn.1SSr
pia Monday num. ;fhis match Tw iibV'?h.
kK: 'MXXW,
. Jua NVIeen ... I'renlcle Cormay. jflt i.
" v. iwnk MSijeiem and Uattiiun Mur-
ittiy b, jftiu wen
Marcu William will tue half a de-m
beuta ai Hilly hlHerman'B Auditorium te-
Sel O DennelV a,,d nVll.dVlnhi; J.J? ftifiSSR
eihr bnutm bmnmy behc v Hilly IevS
Jea rotclle . Clalre McCaba. Johnny Lawfi
. Johnny McMlchael 0uria Wuiftten vi
htve ahuleck and Hilly cSat v. uiki
Schley,
Sllrltfy Glenn. 131i Yeunr N'ell. iie. and
nmi Mcuariy, niu, are n ahapa te meat any
ena their re.DpeMm w.laht. rh; I-.L-.i?
v"" '' ''""
I
,, AwaUl hB tMume4 tralnln.
inj.n te me.t We.t I'lilladelphla.
w'Tue'a or any ether H5ieunier.
.Ha la
i . . .
i iiii i urewn m Bisina- trained and
managed by Krankla WlliiamV Tha TwlS
?',.I1""5,.,KS. "K .1 ih, Hijeu
unaJalV i Tollewini ntiht. "" '"t kl
Jlmmr rumden la handllnir Tni.n.. i,..
Utile Italy etemn. who haa acertd four
cenwulU knerkmit.. Maye a own ti
iticiii. fur v.
eet any of tha 130 peunder and Camden
y. Jehn liprenared. te islta Ty Cobb
ralurii maten te prt trt i3 hnocaeut le.
teiy
ly 1UBI WB nil lIUKf.
Four Mere Checker Draws
iiirbuw, .. .v. ,uui mera draw ra. i
rultcd in, the Play In tha liifriiatlei"l '
thicker. tUniplniialiln inatOi Utwtc New ' i
el IV. Ilan'ti, of UMrelt. and Uebert stJwI
art. of OlBO". linn far In the aerlca
trame nd tblrtjr-enj aamea be,e been
drawn. Altwtnjr forty jrarecs ira te ba
played te the world' cbaapieeahl
VARE MEN MUM ON
PUBLIC GOLF LINKS
Council Majority Blocks Move
for Tacony Course and Prop
erty Release, Says Ven Tagen
'CIRCUMVENTION OF RIGHTS'
By SAXDV McNIBLICK
"11TE, of City Council," continued
Charles B. Wall, "are ncrvnnts
of the people of Philadelphia. What
they want let ui give." And things.
Mr. Wall was talking when we ar
rived nt Cltv Council's meeting and
was still holding the fort when we left.
the words above rincine in our cars
as we-walked down the lobby from the
session yesterday afternoon. Mr. Hall
was the only ene In n cutaway coat
and was most Impressive.
Tncre were ether visiters1 there, tee.
They were dozing, most of them, In the
scats nt tne rear.
Wc had ceme te hear nn ordinance
for another public golf rourse Intro
duced and te sit in en the argument.
It wasn't introduced. Thcrcfore there
wasn't nny argument.
In the pinch, Councilman von Tngcn
came te our rescue.
"There." stated the Councilman.
waving dramatically toward the right-
nana shie et tnc Ueuncil Uhnmber.
"sit sixteen reasons why no public
golf ordinance is bclne introducer! te
day."
We looked.
But Net Gelf
"These blxtcen Ceuncilmcn represent
the full strength of the Vare forces In
this chamber. Mr. Hall, their leader,
Is new snenklne." rnntlnur., Mr. vmi
Tagcn, "but net nbeut public coif.
He h already had bis say about that.
"The bill for public golf won't pnbs
till he and the ether fifteen reasons
ceme te reason. They are the hitch In
giving another link- te thousands nnd
thousands of Philadelphia citizens,
young and old, who want another pub
lic golf course. The land hns Wii
designated for park puritescs. The
Park Commission has mapped out the
sites for two courses. It has the
money te build them. The Mayer says
he will sign the bill if passed. Every
thing is set.
"But that handful of men won't vote
for It. It's killed till they will."
Councilman von Tagen pulled a copy
of the ordinance from his prfeket nnd
proceeded te go ever the history of the
preposition for another public golf
course in Philadelphia from beginning
te end.
"Tills erdlnniv-" explained Mr.
von Tagcn. "was introduced almost ex
actly one year nge. Here Is the word
ing of the ordinance :
Selectltnr nnd appropriating certain tnet
pf "."'JS.'1 n """ Thirt.-nrth nml Kerf
second VTnrds. row laid out upon t!-e con
firmed rlty plnn as Tncenv Cn.lt Park, for
H park and open publla place, for the hualf
and enlejment of the people nnd dlrectln
the Cemmlaeleners of Fnlrmeunt Tirlc te a
sume the custody nnd maintenance of tli
same.
"The ordinance was referred te the
Committee en City Property and Scrv
lec, of which I am the chairman.
"I held a conference with Ell Kirk ,
n iiu iiiuii varun, w uie 1 ariv
Commission. Wc ugreed the laud
would be ideal for an eighteen -hole and
n nine-hole golf course. They sard the
commission had the money and was
willing te spend it for that purpose.
Mayer Willing
"I took the Director of Public
Works, the Ceuncilmcn representing
that district, some property holders out
there and ethers interested for u per
sonal inspection. The Mayer said he
would feign the bill if passed. All was
ready.
"Then came the monkey wrench. Our
committee whs told that there wns no
use of reporting the bill bentiMj it
would be killed en Council fleer by the
Vnre majority. They refused te have
anything te de with it."
Councilman von Tagen glared
angrily at the jelly bleeknders.
"The city has set aside this section
of the city for park purposes. Helders
of the land are. therefore, denied the
right te sell. The assessment has been
raised und these people have te pay
the taxes. The city Is delaying the
purchase of the properly. It is a grnxe
wrong that this ordinance would right."
SAM BLACKISTON WINS
Curtis Club Boxer Captures Honors
In Finals of 147-Pound Class
New Yerk, Feb. 10. Sam Blucklsi
ten, of the Curtis Club, of Philadelphia,
wen the finals In the 147-pound rlass
in inu uurrciiy iimaieur uexinj; tour teur
nev here, when he defeated Walter Al Al
eo, of Celiimbuii, O., in mie round,
gaining the referee's decision.
Six of the ether numbcrH resulted lu
knockouts, New Yerk guinlng the de de
cltien in the majerltv.
$10
Fex and Wolf
Fur Scarfs
LATEST HTYI.ES
Thaia Ooeds Were Left
VP On Our Uundi for
A Quick Caah Hacrlllce
FRIDENBERG'S,37 N.llth St. iw
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Full Dress & Tuxedos
te Hire or Sell
A,Ma't,fei23e.ntUfu.r.e,rd,n"
HARRY LEIDNER .
aa air . Peplill- 0SJ
10OO W. Girard Ave. ""T0
Men's & Yeung Men's
SUITS
and
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Peter Meran & Ce.
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$5 Pure Silk Shirts $0.50
me heavy quality allies In
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5.00 Mecha md Cape Gloves. .$2.50
Men's Pants Half Price
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It being impossible for us te re
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Gigantic
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Part of the merchandise has been
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and the sale will be en at both
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WITH EACH SUIT
MADE TO
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28
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WALLACE vs. MASCOTT
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nibert 8H. Pheiwi liBenrt 40M. "
$1 GOLF
BALLS
50c
new
Made, by one of most prom
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see it. We're doing this te
introduce our new and com
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person and take pleasure in
showing you our Scheel and
Court.
The First
GOLF SCHOOL
in the Banking District
Let Herbert Obendorf
lntcrschelaslic Champien
Teach Yeu
T.osBens may be arranged te suit
your convenience, by this former
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Practice free te pupils and ad
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Clubs Repaired
Reasonable Rates
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