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Lv" J ;. fci ! IW , I?. .; Stage All Set for the International MBMIMfc r HFS MARRIED NOW Hwly-Wed Vank Pitcher Inti mates He Will Demand $15,000 for Twe Years HERE ON HONEYMOON 11 I 1 t By EDWIN J. POLLOCK WAITE HOxx la gum-saeeini jet WnhlMd, "but net at anvractlcaj.' . jWate's werts should hnve ceti-Jlter- i .Meweriht. He speak with the knew.. X e? wertemsj. He has been mar- .Bed almost ten DAIS. Ie"n Mr. Heyt probably hits been mentally cTiewlnf. ever the prevctb unci SSwer ht ' a' vrry clcfinite conclusion. He is about te .lt hi" bona for n rake, 'even as you and I." . The. Unsblna i britlfirroem and bin trtttv little bride .arrived tn our town iterday,fTnoe.i. He wm found In M room at.vthe Bellevue. H a wife Ui jene. .hopping icj.h W-JM''; "wiiden tvhlcb proves they are still en VNfiitewS'SLl If he had Mined 1.1. "I was married en February 1," lie replied." ' , ;BPKUif m vun.... He was assured tnat we meant nnen- trrm contracts, 1, "Ob, you mean with the Yankee 7 (Why, no, I haven't yet and don't Intend '! until th firure. are clianica. ' I re '..i i rt.. n.n. 1ifih flin mull unci ..! milt rnmnllmfnted when I dlwnv- ercd that the salary called for $200 IiESS than wnai i ircw ibbi sriitwu. i "I am probably what you call n held neat I have had two conferences 'with the officials of the club, but we have net recuuu nu ..-.. It was enlv natural te assume that Walte was given a financial boent for 1922. His nineteen victories during in9i nnH hi three gnlentllillv-nltcliert ames in the World's Scries, two of L.VI.U h.aa Mtlna la n .AAA1 fhaf wnnlil piuite meBt anv Ditcher te enter n claim for a Jehn MeGraw-Babe Uutli con atrtct. iKxpetU About $15,000 '5 But He.vt's ambitions are net as leftv as $50,000. As he puts it himclf, he l.beHcveH he is entitled te as much as lanv pitcher in the Irasuc. This mean that the bluhing bridegroom has hi" rulnd set en about $lff,000. If granted, J Mr. and Mm. Heyt should be able te P.atrugRlc along without stluling them ( ,tlv(w, except en Jwo or three days pre 'tetdlng pay-day. i "I was te'd." young Mr. neyt con . (tinued, "when I asked for an cxplana cxplana ftien of the cut that the wrong contract jhad been went me and I was offered j aildltieual pgures. hut they didn't quite come up te expectations. Furthermore, )V want a two or three-year contract. jl was tendered ene for a year." " Wtilte expects te have another talk With his bosses In New Yerk Saturday. 'It ii one of the rules of the Yankees that no bell player gees te the training s eamp unless he is signed. The New Yerk pitchers are slated te leave the jtbig town for net Springs next Wednes Uday. The fireworks undoubtedly will be put en Saturday. f' The Yank burlers will remain at Het (Springs for 'about two weeks and then move en te New Orleans, where 'takes will Le driven for the big-tent graining. Regular Apelle Heyt is a handsome youth, Just old enough te vote. He stands close te six feet, but Mi well-set shoulder, and splendid build fcceni te detract from his height. Ills blend hair, blue eyes that twinkled with a ready smile and the healthy led that tinges his cheeks make him cllgtble te pose for any cellar ad. He appears geed enough te go out and win a ball game new. t. iVee.,.rc",t,..' he -Minted, nnd he , looked it. When asked what he thought he could de next year, he re r piled : "Mt year I hope te be geed enough t0 jjet the Athletics at Shlbe Park." r There wasn't any twinkle in the J"s and the pmile Was missing vhcn e said it. Apparently, Walte tnkea , our A's Ecrleusly. Kerer Beat A's Here . .mean, ,that'" ,,f continued. 4. mM8-,' ?1.ub J "awn't beaten here Jn Philadelphia since I've been In the mgtie. I've turned the trick tn New lerk, but net here. Iu addition te beating the A'h here. I hope te win twenty-four ether games. I've set twenty.flve victories as my Seal for 3t.an,1.Mr nt W,W leave ns tonight and go te the live nest in 0 yn; . Ln3t nlght theJ' wcre the SL ? i?( i'0110 nt a surprise dinner staged by Jee li Brown, the comedian .Bbubert. Joey told of the Heyt romance at the dinner. .MTIle.iWcre kl(1 sweethearts," he i it.S,.Ie went t0 1'acker Institute Erasmug Hall. She has followed his tnjetic career from the beelnuins." added" lt t0 thc cnd'" she Beets and Saddle JM1J?r!e wnIc'1 Bfcra "l t New Or & tedaJr ?r.e.! First race-Brlstew. Hlnlicr, thfrd-Ac IfflffAt .. ill V. i "tun, -i.ltl.IIIU Mulr TrL. rUTPhelnn' Attorney Gddenai.ri F n" ,rBC 'reckless, Am.5iiMKfd,iDa,i'.''r Vn"i setend Ell- Jfllen-Margaret 'sh. Den -Thrpjly' The He" Call j fourth TntL.. BJl ,mn". Hnntres, Walter Aurnbew; fifth Leuis A., Eleaner 8.. UeAae0?ardi 8lxth-Zlc. Sea uK; o?te7!arl? ls assigned lop' weight 'mana. Accord ni- tn t . ,.-i..i, ..... K,d'.lOe,neVsnsked Slanlnv iaA. ii ' -wj "rMnil, JU2 iUey "nd ir7Vnft"" "0". 108j Atti 11 "ii,,aJi! fIJTVi, 1()8I Al'tl!n J McnV el""BiT. k ' ": an1 Qm"ru J Leftus and Shilling Get Licenses iMWn0,?!5 '- '"'"' l.e. who ?W1 CRrren tm.ei0U1" for ,we son, 'turn i5 ,hi r''iJ " w'e oBeri te rr! llw4i? ih. f?Wl J.1."""1' Weiielit . rpilt Billy ifarten3L "''.". ..' J?? aoMewlng weights nre. Caspar, MO MO MO Joe7 Zl " L WU ? 5 .nearer. a. 'iCMsta V ... """''n. wm rania ii. A.mtlna at U cw ., . Amateur Billiard Tilt te . Be Best in Gdm$'s History Champions of Europe, France and America Here for International Play at Manufacturers' Club; 1600 Seats Provided Dinner Before Monday Opener By JOB MATBlt Katteml Amateur Millar Ctuunpts 118 ra4 IMS rPHB stage ( all set for what I km nrmjy convinced will prove te be the greatest billiard tournament ever held in ine nistnrr of the tame. Monday night Is the tlme set for the first match of the 1A.2 balk line tourna ment for the international amateur Millard chaimrfenshlp, It will be plaved In the Manufacturers Club here. I .confess that, as the time draws nearer, I wish my role were that of a contestant rather than the "goat" in making the arrangements. But .I've been tee busy haven't had much time te think about that side of the cham pionship. Our arrangements for holding the tournament arc virtually completed. We are assured that the greatest array of amateur talent that ever played in a bl'ltard tournament will compete here next week. The list in headed by well, there I'm stuck. They're all goeJ. had te be te compete. Champions Coming Perhaps we can get around that by naming them In alphabetical order. Edgar T. Appleby and bis brother. Francis S., of New Yerk, will arrive fdinriav. Th? in frAah ntn ffiftll triumph In thc national tournament held last week when Edgar T. Appleby wen tne American amateur championship. His brother was runner-up. Ary Bes, of Helland, arrived yester day afternoon and Immediately started hard practice for the tournament. He Is the European champion. I have watched him play and I believe the American have a big task en their hands if they dre te capture the inter national title. , Percy Cellins, of Chicago, also arrived yesterday. Ha finished fourth in the American tournament and many gave him a better chance here. The ether Yankee entry, Kmil Itcnner, Youngs town, O., Is expected here today. He was third In the national championship last week and will naturally be one of the strongest contenders. Edouard Budtl, champion of France, has been here for the Inst three weekt. He in very nUllle'1. I have played several games with him In practice nnd I can my from my own experience that It may be he whom we shall acclaim as the uttlmate winner. He already has a victory ever Bes, among ethers, te his credit. Six Contenders These six men will be the contenders for the international title next week, and lt would be difficult te improve en the list. We consider ourselves most fortunate te hare brought them te Phil adelphia for the "education" of the billiard public. There will be two games a day after Fermer Manager of Quaker City Professionals Chesen te Direct Montgomery Ce. Champions FRANKFORD F. C. ELECTS TTICK MANNS, of the Quaker City rrnfesRlennls, has been chosen pilot of the Lansdnle baseball team, nnd thc followers of the Montgomery County l.encue chnmnlen are jubilant ever his seleetien. Manns Is we'l -known te In dependent hasebn'l folleweri?. having lieen ldentllleil with lecit linn nenruv clnhs. such arf Mount HnUy. B-ideeten. Cltestnut Hill. S. P. II. A. aim the Northwestern Trust Company, of the Bank nnd Trust League. , Several miner league clubs maue overtures te Mek. as he Is rated ns one of the best InlielderH In the city, but dun te bus-Inert reasons, has decided te confine his baseball activities te the management of Lansdale. The excel lent showing of the Quaker City Pro Pre Pro fcslenale last season, which was piloted bv Mnnni and IVank Schaller, local hurler. nnd was one of the best traveling clubs, was responsible for the many offers te inaunge ether lcnms. As his new duties will require nil his time. Mnnns has transferred com. plcte managership of the Professionals te B'ehaller for the coming Reason. Quaker City will epn the Lansdale season with an exhibition gatne one week before the rcgulnr Montgomery County League hchudule and the fans are assured a het pame when Mann's old team clashes with his new club. The Lansdale lineup will be ene of the strongest In jenru. The ben of last season's club has been tlgned and several new stars will be secured and it is the intention of the management te make every effort te rctnln the chamnienshlp of the Montgomery Coun ty League. Frankfort! Field Clnl liell it, erstnlratlen mMtlnr end ectrt et(lcr for the aen. kt follew: Presldtm. AI Ca.mw. vIm pre-lilant. Owrre If. Fex, Sr.i mtnaser. II. . Vex: ftcrptttrr ent huln mnnairtr. C. Fiimenli a-alntnnt nutnavrr, H Manl. Msnecer Fe announced Hut new i)ir, Ineludlr feyeial frcm thj Heuthern T.au. would be Willi th tni. Frankford la d Klreui of hrirlnc from leadlntr clubs. Ad rlrnaa Chailca Kanieni, nut Charles street. FranWerd. Wme A. A. lius crsiintxed and (s anxious tn meet Media A. A.. Merrill rrofrailenaW, Ncrwoed A. A. and teema In Pennaylvanla and New Jrrey pla1ni Buturday and Hun day bull. The llne-ui Incli.dfi. Din Rhul man, V. H. S., ratchert C. Malla, of Central, nut bnai I. Friedman, of I4dden Ilelaht ProfeMtenala, nherletnp: Ilscker, of Qlei. weed aroend lae: lteeenblatt, of M-rrlll I'lofeMlenila. tliltd baar. In the eutfl-ld are 8. Madnf. II. Sterk urul OeldtxTS. formerly of Mehr'a A. A. The vltnhlnv ataff Includes Jlnilcif and ll-.ne, the latter formerly of th' Awencnn Aawirlafen, Vr itamca uddrues 8em M.idef, .Pi!U Stanley atieet. uuuru" Hill Donevan, of NW Haven, Is reported le hove vluni'd Willi Temmv Crrlifun, of Naltvt, te hurl ter IiIk IC-Mtern I.t-atrun cluli. 'ftmrnv 't up a tecerd for Kumta wen among the neml-prni last year nnd Donevan Is no elrunifer te his ahllily. C'irrlBn for fer nicrly labored for "Wild bill" at Jemey City Tem Mcflrann, nnnlh-r uptewn liey, who plnyrd with the Durham tiiirn, will utue se te New Haven. Acceidlnir te UUly )3lan,t. llcOrann wai one of the kadlna Inllcldsrs in the Ueuthern Lcucue Jimmy Bharp, who manad I.udlnsten. champions of the Central Ixkue, mv. do de elded te stay at lietnv, and one of tlie local teums Iihh a cham te secure the eervlces of a aluable i.liertsUi, Pli't Cockrell. Illltdale's jittplilns , hMi dim se of u. bunrh nt yeuncrstrr who uiu ii-Tirusent tin iln altera nt 1'nln. U,arli, Ha "Pud" rio'jrney. pltchinir In iiitd.otten form, wen the flrut irmi liy ihi ceie of i te a. Th-M iatlt wre nit ted eealuet tlm U'st k the liutnrtuhb, Wmiilu Ulanln and llioeklyu lleul Olants. Un-ernl nc ball teeners will be sein here when the tiunifter rfpert en April IS te meet Sandtep. Vhlt Vhlt werth. Recter. Drujfs, Jobnaeo, Captain Craeda and tha rut or ta eld fusraT NiCK MANNS TO PILOT LANSDALE It has been finally decided te have the matches at 800 points. One game will be played at v o'clock and another at o'ciecu. Admission is by Invitation, but we will be able te seat 1000 people at each match, ns large an audience as has ever seen the big matches probably. The workmen are new busy with the scaffolding for the "bleachers" In the amphitheatre of the club, where the tournament will ba staged. We will have but one table, of course. It Is specially built and extra fine. We also will have special lighting apparatus and no smoking will be permitted, se as te leave the light undimmed and the air clear. We have provided fifteen sets of Ivories for practice, and two specific sets will be placed In the room tomor row te become acclimated. The at mosphere of the room will be kept at 72-74 degrees, a delicate attention which Is of the greatest importance. Many Prltes The association provide medals for the winners, but the Manufacturers' Club will also give very handsome prises. These were put en display today. I don't think I have ever sensed such Intense Interest in a billiard cham pionship as I have felt in Philadelphia since It was announced this event would be held here. Everywhere peo ple are asking about it and we are be sieged with requests for tickets. The last tournament held here of this nature was the American amateur in 1015. New we are holding the Inter national event, n great cempliment te the city, and nothing has been left un done te prepare for It. , The affair wlil really start at 0 o'clock Monday night, when the Manu facturer's Club will held a dinner for the contestants. All of the prominent officials of the city have been Invited. Cevers will be laid for 100. It will be the first introduction of the Interna tionally famous playciF. Levis te Referee As I said before, the first match of the tournament will b played that night. We consider ourselves purtlcu larly fertunate In securing the services of (icerge L. Levis, Chicago, te referee the matches. He officiated nt the Heppe-Schaefer match recently, and ii considered by many as the best obtain able. As thc play gees forward I hope te be able te analyze lt for the readers of the Evkmne Funua Ledger, diagram the difficult shots and explain them. .Mr. .rtlele tomorrow villi tell hew chum chum plennhlu bl Itnrtl contend ondllfen thrm elvea for .big mnMjir. the high nsrre ten' Ien. and hew It affects thc shots. Copyright, ttit, 6v PubHe tcietf Cempanu Art Leem and American Rail way Express Will Decide Second-Half Title Next Week WILSON IS THE BEST SCORER Art Leem and American Railway J-.xpTe.-r nrv njnln tied for finn n'ate V? ,t'1? Philadelphia Manufacturers' Jint-KCtbulI Leai-ue. nrlther linvlm (wen defeated In the second half. Thev will meet In the jnme that will decide the winner next Thurwav night. The field goal shoetlne of Belihv WII. son was again the feature. He added nineteen mere points te his total of "Ixty-three, which gives him eighty two and the scoring honors of the Ann! series. Lnst night Bebby landed eight aeublc-deckcre and three fouls. In the first hnlf of the Henwn, hl9 manager, Heward Weed, tullied the highest number of points. "Lir." Pmvp'l wns a'se a bis factor In lam night's Vlcterv of Art Lnnm. !in unv of which wns 02 te 83. Half-time flg- uifn ri'uu ai te l. In tin etier cmn M. J, B-euchertv finished in third nlnce hv linillii Tlilln. delpbia Terminal, iirst-half chnmplens, a surprise. The score was III te i!0. Terminal only had a few of their regu lar-, in me game, Manager O'Hnra giv ing the substitutes an opportunity te earn meir varsity letters, as there is little chance of any of them getting in thc play-off. Many Games Tonight Many" independent Iwttles ait en the schedule tonight. Wninman A. A., with a record of twcnly-five straight wins, prier te losing te Trl-Ceuncll, meets Kayeula C. O. at St. Anthnnv'n Hall, at Twenty-third and Carpenter nlrnntu Tint n.a ,d .j..l.j the championship of Grays Ferry. St. Henry expects te surprise Na tlvlty when they come together In the former's cage at Fifth and Cayuga streets. The Saints gave Nativity n Va,r.d J'.8"',0 en Saturday and Manager Bll Sands says Nativity will hand St. Henry a second rcvernc nnd en the home lloer. Considerable rivalry ex lets between the two clubs and u rec ord crowd will witness the game. Trl-Ceuncll, K. of C has a tough assignment In meeting American Rall- Market btreets. The expressmen are n fast let and the Caseys will hnv their work cut out for them. Hallway is coached by Gus Kreuger, the veteran player, and has developed into ene of the best of local quintets. mXtf hUS dfenttd '-. V. U. at St. Hlta a Hall. Bread and Federal streets, last night 45 te 20. The visitors were abend at the end of the first half 20 te h, but Madenna showed its cIuk3 by bcering 8 points te 0 for I. N. V V the flnnl period. Mndenua meets' St letcr s C. C. tonight nt Third ami Brown atre&w, and plays in llurllns llurllns teu, N. J., en Monday. Yale Player Out With Injuries ."Y,'""?' ?". F?b- t0.8h!m. the luiiuii at FiiuImi. . -, . . Miss Blelbtrey Sails Today ' e nrk. Fell, le Miss Ethe'riA m.it. ' trey, noted awlmmet. e,iu fren, he, VeSay IS,r ". .'" ,,re"J C."ftl 'Aa,w- where aha "ii S?,,.,", ,a,.ct" J Invitation uae .-.teiidid Miss Ulslbtrsr by tbe'jlureau of cluba eiid riMaTOundB, Canal Zene, of which Ilemtr Halter, tha fameua runner, la Uraate". . the start Monday night. KM FIVES AGAIN DEADLOCKED knee ifi unaWrte amS;, )?ilS -i, tet te Rosten today te met ffirfalS il la the. third Yale Tiecliev" J a"?rd ,',! '"fr, ." "V0"' h" ether. M,,aO'II-af Billiard Championship Fin FIFTH IN Perm Captain Honertd by Ten nis Association --Phil Near Placed at Ne. 1 FENNO IN 2D POSITION Carl Fischer, caetaln of the Penn tennis 'team, has been awarded fifth place in the Intercollegiate- tennis rank ing, announced by the tfnlted Btates Lawn Tennis-Association today. Phil Nccr, of Portland, O., who wen tha intercollegiate championship for Leland Stanford hen last year, was ranked Ne. 1. J. B. Fcnne, Jr.. Har vard, and Fritz Bastian, of Indiana, were rated second and third, respect ively. James Davles, of Leland Stan ford, was placed fourth. Fenne and E. W. Fclblcmen, of Har vard, the doubles champions, were placed Ne. 1 in the doubles and Neer and Davles, wen second position. Bates and Levi, of California, ' are ranked third and T. L. Werner and E. T. Hcmden. of Princeton, fourth. In announcing the ranking chairman Watsen Washburn called attention te the wide geographical distribution of the players ranked. "All sections of the country are represented," be said, "and it Is sig nificant that the Pacific and Atlantic Coasts should claim the first and second men en the list. The Middle West and Seuth also have men ranked, showing a marked improvement in the piny of the younger men throughout the coun try. Of the fourteen men ranked, eight have previously wen Junier tournaments sanctioned by the National Associa tion." OTHER SPORTS ON PAGE 19 COLLEGE RANKING sftifc ? "rfr VjV Tl ralPyi paam ' G C I iJ.T.lV ,A. " ! t NATIONAL SMUE I'M mighty glad te comply with the personal request of the Editor of Judge and make my contribution te National Smile Week, and its a natural smile as well as a national smile. I didn't make as much money as I did the year before, but I made mere friends. I put 100,000 mere hats en new faces in the year 1921 and that's enough te make me smile. This country is net going te the Bew Wows ! This Old World is goingte come through right side up. I'm net looking for a business boom right new, but I'm net going' te mark time until German Marks get back te normal. I'm going te open up mere new stores in the U. S. A. in the next six months than 1 have in the last six years. There's a spirit of cheer and optimism that runs through this, organization from the top te the bottom and everyone is celebrating National Smile Week to day because bonus checks representing 20 per cent of the salary received during the year 1921 were sent out this week as an additional incentive te send every customer out with a smile who cornea into a Truly Warner store in 1922. lOtC 1 BJ3r f wBHr. WATCH MY 5 FT. I ADDRESS 1307 Market Street sSiiS .yt.yYH . "r-"TrT...... v ..i1 Veer First in College Tennis; Fucker Is Fifth The Intercollegiate tennis rank Ing fellow i Singles) 1. Philip A. Neer, LlndBUn. ford. 2. J. B. Fenne, Jr., Harvard. 8. Frlta Bastian, Indiana Unl verslty. 4. James Davles, Leland - Stan ford. 5. Carl Fischer, University of 1 Pennsylvania. 0. Wallace Bates, Unlverlsty of California. 7. McNeil Drttmwlfght, pnlverelty of Texts. 8. Edmund Levy, University of California. 0. L. B. Williams',' Yale Univer sity. 10. J. L. Werner, Princeton. 11. A. II. Chnpln, Jr., Williams. 12. K. T. Hernden, Princeton. 13. Merris Dunne, Harvard. 14. W. B. Howe. Dartmouth. Doubles 1. J. B. Fenne, Jr., and E. W. Kelblcmau, Harvard. 2. Philip A. Neer and Jnbcs Da vles, Leland-Stanford. 3. Wallnce Bates and Edmund Levy, University Of California. 4. J. L. Werner nnd E. T. Hern Hern eon, Princeten: SWEESON BEATS BRETHREN Hands 8etback te Leaders of North Pbl'a. Church League In Fast Game The Swccsen A. A. handed a setbnek te Germantown Brethren. IcaderB of the North Philadelphia Church Basketball League, last night in a game played at Mwecnn Hall, Frankford nnd Kensing ton avenues. The feature of the winners' plav was the sheeting of .Tefferles and Wasen, heth of whom caccd nine Held aenls. Mevlngrcd was best for Brethren, with six baskets. STYLE SHELF , , Ii. i. I . ..:" r """ tip i itu vab tftrrtMft aarrtn Tmeli, ffntt Omrfa. sHit-wra PHILA. JACK O'BRIEN lSth A CkMbrnt Sts. v. CE PALACE STH sV KAJtKXT vmXSIT TOMIOHT St. Nichelss TiMats. Afgie ADMISSION 78 CKXT3 gATTJItDAT WIGHT. FEB. II laaker City " Maii.Aggie' (reblla'Bkatlmt After Garae) ICE SKATING MM, Bverr Par Bsett Ineaelar 'empeteit insir lk-tara at "II acaslin Tn nK BWBTON IMn.V i rr.ten SIOS West 10tpa Ice palace 48TH a MAHKET MTBEETM rrnat salt we eeeia net rW&MJ2? BOXINGT ; , .socni.se BAY .. ER vs. O'MALLEY BILLY. OWES VS. O'MALLEY WILLIAMS BATTI INQ BATTX1NO LEONARD MACK VS. K.O. JOE H Itennds DIM.Y 0 D0S5ELL vs. DtVINfc C.KKK fl Bounds Uaner Whltr TUNNEV vs WNZ L llrktta at Ire Tjilacai US2 H. frnn Hn.i Cunnlnshaui, 10 s. BXdi CruneMI's. SSI H. Othi Trndler'a lllllla-d. 7SU M ir ll-li PhnWe. 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