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y,,,--ira m "i f X 'f, 'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrBmmmmKmminaBw VIP! liSaiCffimpiens of ! ' : Ury Bes Tackles Cellins in Premising Billiard Tilt r 'European Champien Fa- FA mtnrita fii)P.r Chirrtan Est W, 'pert Opening Day of Tournament Great Suc cess ANALYSIS OF PLAY By j6E MAYER -(.frstlsrial Amateur 'jBHIUrd Champien 1018 $mHE champion of America nnd the 1 champion of Europe will both be ' teen In action tetlny In the matches t; fchcduled at the Manufactuurcrs Club t In the tournament for the International w 18.- balk-line nmaicur miiinru ennm )l plenclilp. , They wen l jncei, dui my uit, inn V Philadelphia, tonight It Ik difficult for me te hibke any V tirwllctlens despite the fact that l linvc watched all the entries fur this ureatci-t t billiard tournament ever held aiiywhwie w in urtlmi. The match this afternoon l i i.i I. viiv piltltifr. I have the hlchcst regard for the came of Bes. He has shown lilnmclf fe be In exceptionally tine stroke, he has )1 kinds of Brit and I leek for him te be umenR the leaders In this tour nament. Cellins will glve him n neat watch. The hitter Is a bendy billiard plover and has the shots, most ns eurcdly. First Loek Tonight's struggle will be the first cpiiertuntty te see our new national champion since he wen his honors re ntlv. His is a splendid game. De net make any mistake about our local entry. J. E. Cepe Morten. lie lsn t telmr te be easy In any match despite the fact that he is entering the p ay at the last minute and virtually with out nny practice nt all. . When we had a taut-minute default ind were nt a les as te what te de. Mr Morten stepped into the breach and Teliintccrcd te play. It was most sports ,i;i nml everybody cave three "" " -...""- tr.. tu .. ChrCr".M i ? ,n.llVxvm.Vl.rK,rnVlse plendld p ayer and It ; would nt Mirn Ise at nil ii sm lilm beat Mime et mese rS"v. "i... i- . lm in Hip "niiie I. than he does. IPIlOtVS unit Kv ...w.w ....... .w .--- r. The opening et the tournament wns u tremendous success. About 1100 per sons were present nnd all prnlsed the arrangements made. The scats were found te be most accessible, and m forth. There wasn't a hitch. The first playerH In the inclesurc praised the condition of the table nnd the uaui. Which were wonderfully acclimated te the temperature of the room. Te a real bllllardlst their click was Inst like music, the sound of ivories in wrfect "condition." Appleby til Ferm Francis 8. Appleby, brother of the American champion and runner-up, wrong something of a surprise by the comparative case with which he beat Kdeunrd Rudtl, the French champion, Applcbv, with an unfinished run of 28. ran out his 300 points In twenty-three l..u.a 1.. .111 if.nriticr 177. Thn condltlens-wcre a nine sirungi' BT .... lint. i various ether things were different here last night. . .1. Herbert Levis, the ruinous referee1 nhe will officiate throughout, was In. "flue voice and I am sure the persons n . . ... ke..i I.!,,, oe A. .11 ii u farthest away heard him as well as these at the ringside. Hut the volume of his voice seemed te react en Iteu.lll. His voice sturtied me at tirst, Roudil said laughingly te me after the Hliatch. "but it didn't affect my playing, t ll i nlf i,ll,l n'nti.il ImHlv at first. I nail un ett niglit, p.njeii uaaiy in. urai, and then dldn t seem te bu nulc te get afnrlivl " , i.i t 1 i ...in ...1,,.., tl.ev 1 was with Hes and Ueudll when tne erc dlscut.s1ng one. play, a shot whete Itemlll forget he hud te get a ball out "Yeu were playing," Hes suid, "and It was up te you te remember it. The , ,'rcferce couldn't tell you." . "And bavcn'.t you ever forgotten, that pu had te get a ball out.'" asked Pieudll. (ielag Streng We all laughed. It is likely te hap pen te any one. A player is cencen-1 trating se en counting that he forgets that once in a while. Lnst night it was I particularly tough for the Frenchman, for lie was going strong. He had run 40 when the mistake came, and lie was trailing by some 1)0 points. I thought lie was going te catch up. Hut Appleby, his young opponent, tilnjed high-class billiards last night and I doubt if Roudil at his best could lave beaten the youngster in that match. The high run was made by Appleby ' In the twentieth inning when he scored , 70, missing finally en a dray shot. His ' aernge was III l-'-'U. while Hudll had a high run of 411 with an average et 8 .. The match was played In one hour nnd forty. four minutes, very geed time. Appleby pbtys the American safety game leaving u hard situation for his opponent when he misses. , Hn wen the lead and made two points, leaving the balls scattered he that Itudll missed In his turn. The bnlls were pretty tiell scattered most of the time til! finally Appleby gathered them for some consistent nursing in the twentieth. 1 It ran -7 points from close position in that , Inning, u couple of delicate masse shots ' featuring. This was the Inning In which he mude the high run of the night. Oreat Shots Appleby playeil two shots thnt pnr- i tlculnrly appcalcil te me. One wan bin , xnirtecntu la the tittu lunintf. xae Dans laj in a btrulBlit Hue about ten Inches Jimrt with the cue ball en the end. He made a manse, the cu6 ball descrlb iiik' two bcml-elrclea and counting en - ball. The cue must be raised nnd perfect force applied half en top and en the right side et the cue ball. The difficult part Is getting the right force en the tue ball, which must travel just the right distance. It was wonderful Judgment of distance. The ether Wax his forty-fifth point ef the twentieth Inning, where the three bulla were In the corner, arid he hud te gel : one out of balk, 1 c played u draw Hhet, and get them Plh out, retaining his original posl pesl posl tleriH out of bulk. It Ib u question of ttgulatluK the speed en the two object balln. ' Toe much speed would separate thcra, Jut Appleby'B division of speed was perfect that he could net have placed fv 'hem better If he hud brought them M with his hund. f .1 He1 ".Ji Llr '", tomorrow'. Krenlnc Pulw V-S.. .hJ.V,U ''-" linte fe lr uniT -Wtllh. ? P. V1 ,,,,' .)',.,,l "I""1 the Vails u," ,rfV. . . -"-" w ..V...WH MIIHIIWH. 1 '.' n, will tackle Percy N. Cellins, ...Chlcaue. this afternoon nt 12 e clock, f wdlfdgarT. Appleby. American title i S-i.inr. nlavq J. K. Cepe Morten, of for the Frenchman ami I leek for him ligan made a technical feu count. , te play better billiards during the re- Captain Coffey then dribbled down the waiader of the tournament. In France court twice In succession and scored thev don't plav in such large halls, and , field goals for ( athelic. The hrewerks Shots in Billiards --- a---a- Ql-9incmm VK flfc ,10 INCHES ... ;rC i BAUL- V . (Vt BALL. CUE BALL Si n 1 r OJ' ,' ' ' ' Figure 1, This was one of the most spectacular Miets of the tlrst mnlch. Irnncls H. Appleby was confronted with a set-up trylns te make Jils thir tieth shot of the tiftli Inning which looked well-nigh impossible. The balls were in u straight line some ten Inches apart. Hew he made the cue ball count nt the ether two Is told In the accom panying article. Figure 2. In mnkiug his forty -fifth point et the twentieth Inning Appleby hud te get one ball out of balk, nil three being In the corner. lie played a draw shot, getting both out uiuf (Jtlll retain ing the erlginnl set-up, a very difficult feat te accomplish. CATHOLIC HIGH FIVE DEFEATS WEST PHILA. Speedbeys Held Champions te 22 15 Score In Court Battle ' Catholic High Scheel 'defeated West Philadelphia High Scheel in an inter league basketball contest at Weight man Hall, home court of the University of Pennsylvania, last night. The final scen wus '-'2 te 15. After tivc. minutes of play McXnlly broke loose, dribbled the entire length of tlie fleer and missed an t'.nsy nhet for uie nnKt the basket. cst l'hlladelphln then wt,,lt ' I'"" 1 McXIchel's foul withwew brek,. loose after this "... ,...,..., ,,..,.. ....... .......... ' niMiruu-i .uc iii.v pin py mis inir an easv chance for a basket. Parsons, made the first deuble-decker of the evening when he dropped the ball through the net from the side of the court after a pass from Petter. I The goal brought the spectators te their rect, for it was tae nrsc two-pointer in ten minutes of play. In the M'cnud half it was different. t((sH ,()Rni N.nwi ROai fro, f.i, .when he taliped the ball into the basket nftcr a tesx. McNally then scored a 'double - decker 'deuble - decker from a triple pass, and I Walker took Smith's plnce for West ' '" 'clnhlu. I.gnn again scored for ' Catholic, nnd the Cahlllltes led the i ii.'iMlbn.is. 17 te 11. ' McNicliel fulled te make a free shot ! count just before Parsons received a pass from Petter. The former dribbled the ball down the court and dropped It into the net. McNIcheK then made a double foul count, and the score was I 17-lfi. 1 Il.. 1 1. ,.1 1 .. iimk t a1 iln fia M rttt nere vimmt wn ' . ended seen nfter. Shanks Signs With Senators ' jennu. r.. lVti. U. Huward Shanks, rnnUltm tlilril . baseman of thr- American l.eauue In ltial. atateil teduy that he liaU '; ,,,' lu2 ;errtract Wth th wnnhinKten "cPu., and would se south with it nbeut Sifct'Vry'UfSe'.er;' "' ,h . ,( u resrr cerrteitfd Kame laat nlnht nt rifty-iecend street and Halllmere avenue. Hlackatene Juniors defeated the Aayland Ila tljt chureh j7 te in. The score wus t, up untu the last few minutes e( einy. when a field Kenl bv Cehen wen the game. l1"1"- Barnes ulth lllnckstenv. aililrese H H,nttrtz. inn south Lawreme street. . Let Fatima smokers tell you Lice-tt.& vu Tobacco Ce., f w6 Continents Pkyt in r r ' " E vi. U Five of Jee Wright's Regulars Missing Frem Praetice for This Reason ) Jee Wright, veteran coach of the University of Pennsylvania crews, Is up In nrmi. Six of his icgulnrs wee absent from practice jestcrday, live of them because of Illness. The sixth, according te Wright, It A. W. O. L. Wnldncr, Ne. ft en the first varsity, has been suffering from an attack of grip for the last two weeks and I.alteuclie has been subbing for him. I'cnneck, Ne. 4 en the third varsity J McHeld, Ne. ft, en the junior varsity ; Muggier, Ne. , en the third rurally, nnd Wheeler, Ne. 4, en the varsity, arc all under the weather as a result of colds. Illness Is all right when It comes in a natural way. ueeerdlng te Wright, but when one of his veterans plays water pole, meaning Wheeler, and when lie gets a cold something must be done.' Five of the best men In the sound of 'JOOieiit of practice drills arc nve tee many, particularly when two of them should net be out of the rowing room in the afternoon. The Absent One Mnttlseii, who depurtcd yesterday morning for New Yerk with the wrest lers: without saying se much as by our leave te Wright, will de his rowing en tfce third or fourth vurslty for a while, according te Wright. Matty has been rowing stroke en the Junier vurslty eight and making nn excellent' job of it, but when wrestling Interferes with crew work, 'tis time, says Wright, te have u little discipline. The result Is that Chambers, the for mer Central High Scheel star, who missed an opportunity te sit in the var- , uli. luinf lout- mnr Ittif.fltlun HT nil niicrn l tlen for appendicitis, Is new the stroke of the junior varsity eight. And he will rnmnlti thorn il 11,1 cot cvcrv ODIMirtUllltV te held the pest regularly, according te Wright. . , By Saturday, If the weather permits, five University of Pennsjlvnnln crews will be paddling up and down the Schuylkill. They will start from the Seuth Street Hrldge boatheusc around high neon- uud remain out long enough te get acclimated. Three .var sity eights, a me-pound and n freshman crew will make up the outdoor contin gent. The remaining candidates, who number ever l"(l, will continue te work en the indoor mnehlnes. When the weather docs net permit the outdoor work the five crews will work naifr .... tint ,nfi.lil.inu rplii. rt.liinttittifr .......n.ininu ...in ..nfitlmin liirlnni-u until I PENNCR W S H T HARD BY IL N the squad moves te the new boatheusc f """ J'""0 dJe.0Jci,al ruUtl X k.. ntiii.-..ni,run that " coMitferf,(e tftc f)(aei was in DrwXVcS took enough time 'j' XhVX'' out tills morning after denying the yarn Answer: Eastern League Rules. Rule that he had given: nenkey glunds te 16, Section 4 If a player throws for a his team last year, te say that his bat- goal and the whlstle of the referee or tcrv candidates would report this after-' timekeeper sounds while the ball Is In neon en Franklin Field for u short , Khe ? and S"6 tnreS "wjt8 '" a Bal workout, the first of the 1f)2 season. Lres deTs nc mfd thf,tieam thut Like. Wright., with the crews, thclXXe " JVS,t&fiJti...,. . weather will play a conspicuous part in vll I plav a of the bns the plans eball mentor, Y'sKrax JOE TIPLITZ'S fist baa given the smelling salts business a terrific boom lately. It's lunnu that golfers iche are riaht en their name are going te Tampa iclth It just the same. Our Ialy Guessing Contest In1 trtit-l- li.iin tin h Riitrnn AniArlnuna play? niMlV "-H"V - J - .....vhihh. A Ttrltlsh statisn.n who eueht te ke big In baseball Is Hnlfeur. Suspenders will be cheaper, but it's going te be embarrassing when they come down. Basketball is se geed that two fives new make mere than ten dollars. Dcmpsey is through with that !?1Q0,- 000 suit. Patched up, as 'twere. .""V W fv r vHH.'t,M- t-L FArmiA CIGARETTES 2j JWENTYfer Always hightr in prtct than tlhtr TurHth Blind dgarjtttt Just taste th difference Menteith Succeeds' Tayler As Matchmaker at Olympia Scotty MenUeth, of New Yerk, s te auccecd Herman Tayler, of this cltv, a matchmaker at the Olympia Club. Tnvler handed in his resigna tion lant tilght nnd It will be effective following next Monday night s show. Menttcth has begun ills duties, nml he Is getting together the program te be held en the night of February 27. Tayler was matchmaker at the Olympia for two years, and .is resignation was voluntary. "This deeM net menu that I am going te retire from boxing," explained Her man tedny. "After a short rest, which I need. I will get back into hnrnesi nnd then, probably, In the role of a promoter. PELL RETAINS TITLE Amateur Racquet Champien Defeats Morgan, Three CUmee te Twe rr..-..i tWW N. V.. Feb. 14. Clnr- -. .i Iaiii. vnnmtfit nlinmnlmi I once u. i-cn. """ "; :-,-.---.i; "::" , Of the UllllCU RUUicn uuii V.OU..UI, . tnlncd his laurels by cleutliig Hewitt Morgan, of the New erk Tennis and Itenuet Club, three games te two. It was r. hotly-contested match, with Morgan dangerous nt ull stages. Pell s victory advances him another leg toward the Tuxedo trophy. Basketball Explained Hr PIIIMt . I.KW1S t. Is placing the feet en the cage or wail wMle in possession of th eball e '0".',l,....r. Eastern League Itule 16. .;."! putting erfc or both feet en ufoCtsldee7 the" cage where the basket "located and nttemptlnK te score Is a foul If a -goal Is made by p. player from the offending team the goal shall net count The placing of the hands en the cage and attempting te score Is an Coiuglate0 Joint Rules: Question 16. In the back or Doek ine imtnireuiuun et the Philadelphia Uenrd of Approved Basketball Officials Is that scallti the Willi 1H u iuui. v " - .....-. ---. if nn nerannnl contact Is made nnd a nersennl foul If bodily contact Is made. In either case the goal, If made, does net count. ... , . '. One plavcr having two arms abetit another player, with both hands en the ball, the referee cells a foul. Is this correct t . Answer: Kastern League Rules, Rule 19. Sections I and 2 . 1. Reth arms around a player shall be considered an offense. 2. Players must keep ene arm free when playing nn opponent from the rear. Culleglate or Joint Rules, Rule 7, Sec tion 9, note What la known ub "guard ing from the rear" usually results In personal contact, which Is a personal foul. Officials1 are requested te pay speclul attention te tills style of play. S. In a recently played game, with (he Umckeevers' whistle sounded. n n lixe vmiint learn one point pchsnd. .section 12 Upen the seundini UDOn thn Mnunrtlnw of the timekeeper's ulimal nlav .heii coase Instantly, except that If the ball Is In the air en a try for goal when the timekeeper's signal Is sounded, day Bhall continue until the ball enters or misses the basket. In both sets of rules the timekeeper's signal terminates the actual nlnylns time In each half. - " W?' fte rffcreac- between the Eastern League and college goats basket t ana new jar is (no foul line from the 1. Eastern League. Rule 4, Sec- tlen 1 The inslde rim must extend twelve Inches from the official back- uuurti Collegiate or Joint Rules, Rule ;i Section 2 The nearest point of the Inslde edge of the rim shall be six Inches from the playing surface of the back board. 2. Kuslein League, Rule, 16, Sec tion 2 The fifteen feet from the basket whall be measured from the center or the basket, and nu from the cage. (This measures sixteen feet nine Inches from the edge erf cage or wall.) Collegiate or Joint Rules, Rule 1, Section 4 Parallel te and at a distance of seventeen feet from the Inner edges of the end line. (This meanurfi flft.an ' feet from the backboard.) i-V'iiS,-. -l i7tXfi ,... . " i?y' "H i. N iil N&j. Matches of ! ' " f . PASSING GAME WINS. FOR PASSAIC QUINTET 'High Tosses and Well-Plan-netjl Teamwork BeatAll- Scholastics in Recerd Game, 56-31 SI LUNGREN STARS H.v EDWIN .1. POLLOCK Passaic, N. .!.. Feb. M. "rpiH'3 theory of basketball us played m J- by Passaic High is (hat the ball ,"" " jiimit in uie nir ti an en me fleer." In tM manner did K. A. Hloed. conch of the phenomenal local quintet. rxplnl.. the success of his preteges who i" uiun nnve t-prriKinrnii ueviiitv.iiv i .. . . . "ict umP neierics, Atlll III fills innniinr .1 1.1 (tin I'liiuiiii. High nlhletes, champions of New Jer sey, demonstrate the thoroughness of lie conch's logic te the Philadelphia All -Scholastics here last night. Overhead Game I laying an. overhead game through out. Passnie's youthful giants out reached, outstretched nnd outscercd the Ounker City Inds, JiO-.ll. but the de feat can be charged efT (he books ns a moral victory. Here arc two notable feats accom plished by tiie Invading five: First. Scored mere' points than any ether team In the last two seasons. Second. Confined Bebby Thompson, Passaic's high Kcerrr and Individual star, te one coal from sci-lnimupp.' The All -Scholastics, playing together or tue nrst time without a second's practice, deserve all the credit that can lie heaped en the shoulders of game losers, but at the same time, ene can not overlook flic splendor of Passaic's prowess. . Dribbles Rare The local players cun well execute Coach Bleed's theory. The team Is composed of liuskv. rnncv Iievh. mIivmI. enlly equipped te use the passing game. The Pnsntic boys rarely dribble. Their attack consists of batting long and hert passes with lightning speed and teamwork planned and curried out In minute detail. The offensive also depends en the center man getting the tap-off. anil he does, .lermulewitz, who started the game, measures 0 feet .'I Inches, nnd Volk, who was substituted. Is less than nn Inch shorter. The center tups te the forward, usu ally. Thompson, whose speed enrries htm te the circle like a shot. Knethc, all-State guard, sheets up the fleer and receives the ball from Thompson. In the game last night It often resulted in n field goal. Knethc caged six. Center Must Get Tap The system Is geed, particularly with the material en hand. Hut, like all s. tems in basketball, it has u flaw. The theory falls flat If the opposing center gets the tap. That happened twice lust night when "Keels hcheer, the lean Southern jumper, miraculously out leaped ills lengthy rival, and en both occasions the All-Scholastics scored. Passaic Is absolutely basketball mad. The grent record of the high school team, which has a string of victories stretching back te March 0', 1010, has the natives all excited and they turned out te see the game like a gang of hun gry doughboys nnswerlng the call te chew. As early as 4:30 In the afternoon, u line, formed outside the school gym. The doers opened at 0 and closed at 0:0.". Eight hundred were jammed in every nook nnd corner of the gym nasium, but even n greater crowd clam ored for admission outside. 800 In; r000 Out The throng steed in the cold nnd (HOW MMa aw, f'A m Reserve your berth . Grand Cdnven i ww CM 1 Is c-s 1 m en your Santale vnyrfp 0xm en The California Limited or The Missionary, se you can step at least two days at the Canyon en route te California or, take The Navajo or The Scout. The trails are open all the year. Yeu will find summer at the river, 6000 feet below the rim. El Tovar Hetel and Bright Angel Cottages never close. Yeu will enjoy every minute of this detour. Fred Harvey meals all the way. . Write, phone or call and let roe help plan your trip, Alk for "Grind Canyon Oulingt" sod "California I'icture Boek." Tt. C, Smith, (len. Agent O. C. Dlllartl. DM. Pass Agt. A. T AS. T, lty. 603 Finance lllilc , Philadelphia, Pa, I'liene: Locust 6121 International Tourney - I duii An ci puiamq if:ilRP Line-Up and Summary of Passaic's 75th Win Hi tk'm Hip llne-un nml mimmBrjf of AII-SrhnlMPitlrK nil I'l' ?n?A',il. I'uwhIi. . .II-Srlnltl'. Tlimnmeii fnriinl ?,Vim2 KrHHrr forward V,,f"i! .Iprnuileu Mr .. rfiilrr.. 'J.. ?! Venk. I. JfrnmleHlt.. til "'"S?;.. son, 3i lAimcrrn. I. l-eul "'JrV'A" Lrr. 7 out i.f Mi Htfiensnn. J '. "f "' Wcllcr 'for Alrniiis7 Chfrdifsky for Mulllii, Venk for Jrrmalewlti. ri... .. .!.. ..... f ..it MiiiiMiitiitinnft , , , , , ... u ,ti, ,,i,r pushed nnd shoved until e elecK w lien an extra sipuul of policemen NViiscallecl '" riot arerted. .Ne one u i jhii ':'"' ' '" " J' ,HerJ. v- oral infinites of pleading en the part of """ ' " "" """ "'.. .Manager IJelufT that, even tue aii aii Sclieliistics were admitted. It was es timated that "iOOO were turned nwny. Despite tlie fact that Thompson was held te one Held goal, he was the high scorer of the evening. His foul shoot sheet ing wus phenomenal. twcnt.-twe of his twenty-six chances being converted Inte points. The All-Scholastics worn outscercd 17 te 10 from the field. Knethc led with six, .fermalewilz contributed five, ami Keasler mid Weed, who is the seu of the coach, two each. Thompson and Venk each had one. j Netter High for Iicals Heb Net ter was high for the Quaker City eullis. He caged three neat goals from scrimmage uud netted seven mil of eight fouls. Sheer led in two pointers with four, Stevenson had a pair of deuble-deckers and four of six fouls, and Lungren dropped one field goal in tlie basket. Luhgrcu wus by far the defensive here of the game. He stuck te Thomp son like a plaster and only once and that In the early minutes of the game did the sensational Passaic forward break away for a goal. Manager Boleff selected a defensive team for the occasion and it worked well. His plans were upset when it was nmieunceil that Oeldblatt uud Stevenson could net make thn trip, due te illness, hut at the last minute Stevenson put In his nppcurance and played a great gume. There were about fifty Ph!ladelphiann who followed the sehuolbeys here and were "surprised and pleased with the reception accorded them. The Passaic ' cops were kind enough te let some of! iuciii see tue gume. Recerd for Jeck Hutchisen ,P tXufi 1'- '''', H. Jeck Hutchl ?." ",ri,'ti epsii clmuuilen. lowered the .i r.ise Oeuntry flub Kiursi recerd of 71' by live strokes jeslnnlay. Hutchisen nnd Jim llarnes. United .stateM epen tliumplen. dn feiiteU Jack Street anil Denllle fhapln. lo le tal lrofcleriaIs. 5 te 4. In the morning-, and in the afternoon Hutchisen and Harnes defratrd Dr. James Vance and Charles Iaclle, and 1. Evening Ledger Decisions of Ring Bouts Last Night OI.YJH'IA nanny Krntrirr defented Ilebbj I iirriun. I'aNy Wallace outfeiiKht 4ehiinr llrewn. I-rankle fenwiiv wen from Jee Nel. t!,.n. Hank MHJinern and Mttle Jeff drew. Kid Wolf bent Hntttlne Murray. XKW YOKKIee Tlnllt l., . K.1?l?1?S.?1S,tffnr Fn"U kn0H"d " "iT,.?SLB ...-!"'.. '"-.tll llurribrDeb. llilrd. " "',," ,,u" ' a,f IIAHHIMlI'lUi SM-Mnnt Hi..- S...I.I lepeil Jim MoiitBemrr. Indian Kusseli ' knerknl nut Jimmy .sernr.v. llrht. IIOMTOX fli'ck Siibkh Meirned Dutrh i llaiiirun aslvlith " TKKNTON Kid llarrry outpeinted Iw I'llllIM). ItlNTHKAl -Kuirene Ilnwemu knocked nut Mete C IiemisM. Ur.t. "ueckcq ItKIIHini'OHT. CONV. - Jaik Helaney nutpelnteil I. mils IIukuhIi. flimmcf down m y. SDace in through Pullman m& sl!ffviv-;r;i-.:..s irrrs vwip :':in nw PHILADELPHIANS SCORE IN WESTMINSTER SHOW Lecal Fanciers Capture Many Prizes With Tey Breeds at New Yerk New Vnrli, Feb. 14. The forty-sixth minimi show of the Westminster Ken- I nel Club Is under wuy here, with till varieties of mail's best" friend In at- temliiiicc. lie Is here te tnc iiumucr of ISO." for nn entry of 27122. Philadelphia fanciers were very much In the spotlight in the majority of toy breeds. Among the first entries cn cn cn lolled aiming the winners were Mr. mid Mrs. Themas V. C. Ilurtman, whose white toy poodles, Winner 11 nnd Won derful Dream, took everything before them. The winner also was awarded the best of the breed, making this the second cniisectitie yenr for the West Phlladeliihlu exhibitors te capture the lending honors. BqyingaHeme? The perfect construction and beautiful design of Gerryce Weed Products nrc unaffected by time, unimpaired by use and a source of proud satisfac tion te their owners. In judging a home, "ask if it's Gerryce." Frederick R. Gerry Ce. Ilullilers' Woodwork Philadelphia TOCR1 nilSe C XD PORTO RICO 16-Day trip te and around Perte Rice and return te New Yerk. $180 and up covers all necessary expenses. Bi g, 10,000-ten steamers especially equipped for tropical service. Comfortable state rooms at minimum rates; suites with private bath. A sailing every Saturday. Send ler illusttmttd Ufratate PORTO RICO LINE IB Broadway New Yerk or Lecal Agent gERNUD (Under Contract with Bermuda Gevt.) Special Easter Trip l'atutlal H. S. "FOUT ST. (1KOBOE" leatesN.Y.Apr.M ArrltesN.V. Apr. 1.1 Fastest Steamers te Bermuda The piihitliit nt earner et the 1 iirneN llerinml.i l.lni- land their iiNsrin;rrN mill b.UKURe illrntly at Iliimllten Derk, melding the disroiufertK. Ininntriili'nie nml delay of lanilliii: by triider. 'Ihe-e hteiimrrn uie oil fuel. Sailings Twice Weekly I'rem N. y. Etery Weil. Jt Sat. I rem llerinuila Kterv Tue. & s,(t. Tlikela geed en either etetimer. cilterlns 11 rt t-ni.i K-l exprcxs mm tin- tl.t S. S. "FORT VICTORIA" Twln-screu. 11,000 ions dlnplarcinent S. S. "FORT HAMILTON" Tuln-icrew ll.nnn tens dlcplaremcnt Bermuda offers all outdoor iperti. ?cl'.".l,nc ??" Tennis. (.alllnc. Iliilliliic, I-lkhlnr. KbliiiBj.prltlnK.Ar. Ilerniiiil I open TennU Clinniplnnahln M.ir. (I Open nm'itriir lielf I'rb. .' liii.pert Many lle.lrrn HnteH. Hrlte for nttrnrtltc Imluslre rtei FURNESS BERMUDA LINE iVm"'111"''.'!11 SJ","- Y- rurness U'"'.T. .i1 r" '-'J" Hmire 111,1c.. I'lilln.. or itnt TeurUt Agent West Indies f f Cruises A De Luxe Cruise of 25 Days Vlnlllnc st. Thema, st. freU, St. KltU. AlltlKIM. Ileiiiliilci. Oiiailaleiipe. Mnrtlnliiir, s. I.url i. llarbmleK mill Trluldail. This Cruise Includes Bermuda Leaving New Yerk, March 4th tla PftlatHI Twin tv-riw oil l un r S. S. "FORT ST. GEORGE" 11.000 Tun niipluiement. Ne I'uiert lteiilriil for f'rulie Hates, HJ7.1.0I) up te SS.10.ne. Ilii'luillliu IS room with uptate hittia Ter Tiirther I'irtlrii'-irs write FURNESS BERMUDA LINE 31 Whitehall St.. N. 1. Fiirnm Wllhy & Ce.. Ltd.. Ileursr IIIiIe.. 1'lilla,, or nny Tourist Agent. T()l Its Sm$L NHSSl BAHAMAS IANY levers of Sports are enjoying Gelf, Tennis, Riding, Sailing, Fishing under ideal con ditions at Nassau, 3 days from New Yerk, 8 hours from Flerida FREQUENT DEPARTURES Munson Line: S. Fri weekly. S. "Munarne," New Yerk Feb. 18, 5. P.&O.Line: Miami (Fla.) Men., Wed., Line: New Yerk each Sat. Riiynioiicl Riiynieiicl Riiynioiicl Whitcemb Teurs: in, Feb. nnd Mnr. The Development " Nassau, Bajiamas "...,. .A r. -.- A- - J. S. KUUL.KC5 WJ.W . BUILDERS. -fl MtXtt BlOA mn.M-.Lrr, .. ? SB SrRREraiR5 Valve iat planed in pesttlMJ ana new vaivct lurnunea. aiii kind of engine repair. I'liene Will. IHII nml Mulii .1141 WlMrfHsMnltt.v Xlt-2ta S.DAfllKNST. 4 EHRETS SLAG ROOFING EHRET ROOFING & A MFG. CO. wrm ' tr rvtiTY Jri LEV CL WITH TG Sent P. P. Prepaid . . . Glr- nnme nnd nirmbrr of ninre whm erdf t GEO.' W. PEARCE & CO. MID Muxcbrr Ht.. Phlln. Wiemlnr Mfl JleckBros.Ce Illfb-Orwle Plumblec and Heatln. Flxtett. Water Supply Systems and Pump i; I The Architect The lluUdcr Batter ' The Owner Cull nd See tlie "Fleck n' 44-50 N. 5th St Brinc.ei: Camden, If.' J. E. LtaidawM, Pa. 506 Arch St. Phil.., Pa. "Make Your Jeb Oar Je6" A Small Jeb gets the same careful attention as his one. tf you've repairs or alterations te lej. set our estimate. FAYbuilder N22- Se.MOLE ST. --------ISetli Kpiif'.vrinxAi. Iletli r-etp BUSINESS COLLEGE C Ooed-u.iylnit positions arc bcins filled etery day by our Graduates. Dav Scheel Night Scheel 1200 Walnut Street. I'lilladelphla ' xit-2ea.eA-iiKNsr.v ----. jm Maw Pearce Gas R-mgeTbte ml i , , r i -" ?- 3 oley, J UWtTOOOWmMTMECROOVIW5l t IP OF STOVC. B " .' 4, $7.90 , m Net I Yeu? I i Qlmnrtknnd Dy ''ultlen. IIS I aneruiana NlKht Tuition. IS and IS. v Our 36 sears' experience, specially faeertd1 ' location, f killed Instructors and limited at tenilanca elve the best Bookkeeping-, bhort bhert band. Secretarial or Business Administration course at the lowest cost. Day and evsnln stsslens. Cain write or shone for catalec. l'ltr.r Buslnen Scheel. 1H Seuth 10th Strsn STRAYFR'S Te n Business Mebaal 3 vfv -" 807 CnEHTNCT 8T, raaltten enaran'd. Enter new. Dar or nUM. WINTint RKSOKTH ATLANTIC CITY, . ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. I i Directly or tKe OceaRfreivt iuvunrncairiaiinoiuei yisimcuavi IcAPAaTvece . I GARAGE ffZJTOTt siHiaaisBissiisjii - rrm A"VTtm it atuntic jne --raj. nvnu city I Worlds Greatest Hetel Succese The fineit reaert hotel en either Cnntl. nent. Directly enthe sea. Equlppedwlth every device for comfort and secisl life. Amcrlcsn and European plsm Rcitsu- rant irsymerc eea water bsthi with every room, upen all year. SHOREHAM lnrlnl.i Are. near Ueutli jnwrtcnAwi i:miei'kan 1'1n Special reilured wln'cr r.nr Alel iiniber. UKKH mill. .1 " Lakcwoed's Latyeit, Foremost Haiti LAKEWOOD HOTEL I.ukrnoed, New Jere S3M.00 tKi:KI,V: sil.ue Ul DAILY Ter nesertatlens phone. I.nkenoed 803 or N' V He Ik nc Olllce Kin-lny 7010 Write for lllutrated Pamrilet i.kki:x revr. si'uivtis. ria. THE QUI-SI-SANA . ORHEN COVE SPRINGS. FLA. Lh limats. The QpJ-8l-8n U a mixlrm, rTrc proof tnKrara. IIoeMlika. Nnrth.rn eoeklne. Ideal rurrvnndlnis r wtj vsinK rempitie reit or special diet. 7" and larseit hulphtt-Magneeia iprinM t plerWa-;wlth l-riwt and Publla reeP- (3000 fallen bel lr flew per mlrntf ) Recreatiens: iu humlnt-, Ceif. Tennis, llnntlnc. FUlilnr. Iiniiclnir. tVpelar ratea. nrply KOSCOK A. MAKV( B . Hummer aaaaen t4 a Dnwiicre Hetel. Lake nnnmere, Vt. lUJBMKI. (ANAI)A T( MIATKA1 I'KOM UN C , IH'KliktT If seu lute ri-ul Wlnli-r inrt Till Kh Outdoor Raymond & Wbilroreu Ce. u:im Wiiliuil M, I'lilluililplila Flerida E. C. Heltl Ce. tS Klfth Are.. New Yerk Munien S. 5. ! . 1 Wall Hi.. New Yerk Ward Beard Apply te the above for detaiUA Wirwttte. i , N. .1 .-i i mm - . 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