v?ri7&7&lmrksmL ' T" "v? w s - -
" - -f " " ' """"':-"' j- - -
ifpers Arrival at St. Petersburg Overture te HotBteviless League
TCf? OF JtfOtfF,
&4ZD FAN" ARGUES
fJLang Upholds Art as Being Bigger Asset te Phillies
Than Lefty Will Be te Bosten Braves
in Debate at St. Pete
AIN'T IT A GRAND AND GLORIOUS FEELIN'?
By ROBERT W. MAXWELI
Sports Kdlter rrtelnt Febllft Ledger
St. Petersburg. Hi.. .March :i.
J&LfFRESH consignment et nen .papers had just arrived from the North.
P'htJ.r v j This nlwaj-H Is the overture I
fe&'ch racets nf,cr tllc un drops ever the palm trees And sinks. In the Ul(
6wSi,rWilce. Coel.brccrcs fan the fc?cd brews e( the members and the news-
retft'Pfpefs rcrreMi their memories, 10 say nothing or airmailing roiwcrsauen ter
jSMaJceuplc of hours.
Eilii Everything Is done In the open In St. Pete. It is mere vOmfortable,
i'-jflEp benches In front of Dave Budd s drug store nercr nre vacant. Dave owns
Imtn principal mcetlnc nlace In town, net because It is fl drue store and these
jfetfitfa'twa nre popular in these modern times but because his benches are mere
jmmereus. 'J lie rhils tied te meet there every ntgnr, nnu pictures of Alex-
WHM TH COLtCCTeR CSMBS AND m BECOMBS IM4UUTIM& I AMD M?J 4IAMH AM
AMUMO T6 COLICCT TUB GS 68AI.CH THROUCH trNUtt Of
BILL WMICM YOU HMOW - ftsceiPTS N CAM CPU.
Yoe'v alrbaeV s" r veu-TMiNn you paid vrT -- CHfltCKS
I The cempanV Oem't 7K
rZT e.r MAKC WO MISTAKES , KBl i -
'ftvi.'-j- ... "-;. .. .,..' . ., ,,...:
V. 'vwn nnu vnvvT uravaui krin arc in tne winoew
ivVw't'i Suddenly one of the readers looked up front bit newspaper
5 j .HHene eth
ifev "I see by the paper,' hr said impressively.
nne ether than Dave Budd himself, and he received polite and Interested
cft T.ilcr has been
AND VOO FRAMTICAUV PAVaJ
OVGP STACKS AMD pEAMS
3-lMwfMd by the Braves
"AfT? Al I.ang. who usually maKe the opening tenuuks, sazed reproachfully
it ' u " uuiuoer nesr.
bn'jli. , "That is net te Important." he exclaimed with emphasK "I ee where
' At!; Fletcher my old pal Ait has been reinstated nnd will iilnv shortstop
J iiiw the rhillles this scaen Fletcher will be of mere value te the 1'hlls
V than Tjlrr te the Bosten Braves."
l . "1 lien t Lnntv nhnnt llint .' rMlimifl Ttnilil 'lrl r aa.I ..uiimI.
te help win the enl pennant for the Bnnes and he ! likely te de the nmc
and tmcm at last
Yeu F1MO IT
i.Bfer1-' '1 fBI O
ANO Tm(? VlUtAIH 14 FOILSO-OH'H-H
T A GR-R-tRAND
Swarthmtn n. Ultxtttt
Saturday, Mar. 4, at 8 P.M.
CivraH M. V. t.'Wm Im.
He is net a h.is-becn
7 this jcar
j&tf " TltEIJH iru$ a bucf vciied of silence wlult the club membett
rffr looked ihreunh the nnners hurriedlu te act tnerti dnnti en the mih
C'A- J ft(:l' fl "" ltHid lrl"1 irelc "IC cf ' "'at term ii pcrniijiifcfe
P vi eien arte.
W 7 rer ir-iVI Be Useful te Kid Hurler
vM. tjfTew ,is't'n ,0 this." he said as lie arose from one of his own benches.
i$ff ? ' Customers were In the store waiting impatiently for whatever they
KitJ'ware alter, but it was their own fault. They should have waited until after
" TTlrA la fl,. .....il lnftrhiMrtn H !. 1v1A- .I..I 1. !.. LI..1. i
m wr -..w -. uiv .v-.ii ." iiii.v. v.. uii .in: jju-- urn . it is in n hil- nun
Itf.1 SrTBlte and settle everything "
l' Seme of flic rurleit.s rtitemera wised ever te get an eaiful. ThN alnavs
Is the case when then li something free being passed around.
?J '; " 'It was Lefty Tyler, " Dave Budd read slowly, distinctively, but with-
,)". gesture', 'along with Bill .Inmcs and Dick Dudelph, who pitched the
;Hrves of 1014 te their sensational pennant Tlctery. He joined the Braves
raky" me ieweu mib or tne old .New England League in 3010, and seen be-
one of the best southpaws in the National League.
I.VS..vU . 'Jn thp fa of lilli Trr winf tn 1ik PMrnS. P.iJ.. -- .. - . .1..1
LvI tJ'c, 'n'"n 1ne Cl,b', ""t'l ,bc first of August of Ian year, when he was
ifj;,"VPi:ti " iieriicMT ngnin te penerm ter ueerge stniitngs,
&"''&. " "Aritf'bell and Tyler have been In conference several times durinr the
1J J Winter tnOllthI. TvlPI- is nnf!i1.nr l.i am I... u..li.i..l ...... -r i.. i.i .!
??'?' , ; ,: vw"" " .- -..i ,e ieu4iii;u luuai 01 jig eici-iime
COUNCIL VOTES TO
SEEK GOLF SUES
Hugh Wilsen and Ab Smith,
Golfers, en Committee te Re Re
eort en Location and Cost
OLD RECORDS DROOPY
WHEN BABE SOCKS 'EM
Ruth First Heisted Hemer Mark Frem 25 te 59;
Then Busted Cobb'.s Run Recerd of 291
to348Leok 'Em Over
By GRANTLAND RICK
Track- Athletics, Baseball and
Football Added te List .
at Lecal College
TO MEET P. M. C. ON GRID
. A big sports boom Is planned at St.
,Teeph's Cellene. At n meeting of the
Athletic Council It was decided te mid
several sports te the athletic list. Be
sides tennis and basketball. St. Jeseph s
will be represented In the future en
the srlillren, diamond nnd track.
The baseball nnd trark tqams will
make their appearance this spring and
next fall football will be taken up.
Last season. St. Jeseph's 'was repre
sented In but two' nperts baketlmll
pnd tennis, although the college had
a freshman baseball team.
At the athletic meeting the follow
ing managers were elected : James F.
O'Hara. foetball: Willlnm K. Berry,
baseball; Jehn Jeliann, tennis; Themas
A. Oakes, track.
Manager O'Harn 1ms begun work en
his football schedule, nnd several games
have nlreadv been arranged, including
contests with Pennsylvania Military
College nnd Lebanon Valley College.
Contests arc also pcnd'iig with Wash
ington College. Juniata College and
Drexcl .Institute. St. Jeseph's "1
play about seven games.
Manager Berry, of the bascbal team,
Is, also arranging n schedule, and hai
hooked contests with Urslnus and Blui
Ridge College. The baseball candidates
have net been called out officially, but
fscvcrnl men have been working out In
The track prcpeets for this season
are Especially bright, mid Manager
Oakes thinks bis team will be heard
from before the season Is long under
way. The candidates have been work
ing out In the college gym nnd as seen
as the weather permits thu candidates
will get busy en the cinder path. The
first meet In which the team will par
ticipate is the Penn relay tnrnival.
HmnviwiNi - r.T. .MAvm.:p 77 tt"v rmm
- ikk "j'm
,ttt I VffttOMS
6fim i m
1 F TW&V
By tk rresIJant f
en of Ui Urftt fat
ter)r-ty Hut la
Why is it, when a man once
sulta and topcoats for 20,
he always buys?. Because no
man with ordinary intelli
gence could miss the excep
tional values, nor fall te ap
preciate the style, fit and
S. E. COI. 9TH SJINSBM
Parckatlnc At' Ortftrs
MORE PUBLIC LINKS SURElT''" s kwn whispered In polite re
search circles that no record can be
set up that will stand the test of time..
In 1011 Ty Cobb roc te heights that
left the average statistician dizzy. Cobb
scored 147 runs and drove
M' form and Is ure the boiling out he will get at Het Springs and the training
Ss4."p ."t..St' I,p!cr!,burS iH serve te polish him off In great style.
WSaW J " if Tj,,,r 1,n,,n't tllc cfC(,c,lTnss lie bad back In the old dav.
perhaps Mitchell is figuring he will prove useful te the young left-handers
JM has en the ;-lub. At any rate, Tyler new Is in Het Springs as s member
Rudd lowered his paper and resumed his oration.
Hp'IiER should be geed because I read some time age that he had
all of his teeth taken out as a cure far his sere arm," he con cen
litlued. ''Teeth art valuable, at cvcnibndu hnnics, and if a man
haa em all taken out he mutt hai- a geed reason. Therefore, I seu
m arm 11 in aoed shape or he still iceuld have his ictth."
Lang Upholds Fletcher
STILL claim that Fletcher will be mere valuable te his ball club "
argued Al Lang. The ct-Majer gets a season nisi from p.m.',
Mr ever ear. and for that reason sees a let of National Learn. ..m..
IJsUT.v time he visits Philadelphia. .
KiM "V-l. ,!,. .,.111 ,..i..- .1.. rn.ni.. . . . .- ...
in,V. .-v..... ... -".iitn me iiiiuivs sc lease ;iu per cent," he sad as
Iff " .,r,nr1 ,u'' np l" " ,,UF,I''r' knows "" about " came of baseball can
W handle th.. .MiunsMers if they have anv and m.r . lef nf n.n .1," u'c., ,"
A5, ifi i. e ni.ei ie.i... .i 1.1.. :. 1 .:.;;.. .' "" "":iu.
By SANDY MrNIBLICK
rpiIINGS aie looking up for meie put
lie golf courses in Philadelphia. The ...
nronesitlon mint, erf threiich Ceiinell. IllBl Jpnr
and this body lent n favorable ear te a 1 In 144 mere.
deal of discuiMen 011 the matter nt its Tic was responsible for no lesi than
meeting yesterday. 1 201 precious tallle. the largest bundle
Alse a most important resolution was lever deposited in n single jear.
unanimously nas.ed. It was Introduced Which leads us back again te "Babe"
hr "Bill" Reper, football conch of Ruth.
Princeton, Pine Valley golf expert, With nil his faults, there is one thing
prominent lawyer and Councilman. ' net even his keenest enemv can hurl
"Bill'' Reper steed right up In meet
ing and in firm tones told the City
Fathers just what golf meant te the
against tne numan Howitzer, vi?. :
When the old "Babe" decides te cinck
a record he never barely makes the
public, the city nnd tti A development of I grade. When he is through there Is
American manhood. His remarks were
in support of his resolution which was
presented. It provided that n. committee
be appointed te report te Council the
rnet advantageous -locations around
Philadelphia for mme public links and
the probable ce-t th'eef.
Councilman vui Tngcn, an earnest
supporter, backed up IJeper In another
"We have a magnificent public course
at (Jebbs Creek." he averted, "but be
cause of its popularity it k ( clouded I
V Jhelr tees' afcs.we.,,, i R(.,.p all r the boys en
SrfSt "T1c Phils, with Fletcher back at short, will net leek se bad This is
V i'1t."JUiTk If I',nrl:1'ien- l",t thnt yl'"C man needs mere experience Inn
rUteia that Leslie is a geed first baseman nnd made a great record with -,
Satt,i!:,t Jrn' VmmS Sm,th,wi" bC nt MCOnd' ""j"y c?n p U, Jeed
"balMf he ever settles down and does net rcf tIh.,1 rui. ri 8 .
never enough left of the old record te
He heUtcd the home-run mark from
twenty-five te fifty-nine. And he lifted
Ty Cobb's old run -collecting mark from
201 te G4S.
By Iiity-secn Runs
RUTH Inst cnr scored 17S tuns and
bnttcd ever 170 mere. He was,
therefore, responsible in nn intimate
way for mere than two runs per game
en the ear.
By October he lintl tacked en fifty
$f '3F!tithtr wln.lPr '"T In,t ,Cflr' lH net a bad thlrd baseman, se veu see
JW,,?tchcr r,ts in nlcPly w'h that gang. ' ' 0U Be
&?kJlZCV0m"y VP?I.,ha!tbft r,,IIH!? wUl et out f the cellar this
en't knew what club will replace them, but the wav tbey ln
e up new
areineim sneu.,. w in n let of games. I.ec King, Williams. Curtis Walker
fiLfbeurveau, l.Pr nnd Wrightsfnne can take car. nf ti, ,..fl.tj "j V.V..r'
11 ltd Peters ari net the wert catchers in the world. ' """ne
''1 .".If. l' pi,c,,iris f'em,, "'rough, my guess will be (errect Ami wl.v
slwtildn't four or five make geed this jear? .Timmv Rint I, , iren.l .. .
.HuMiell. It's about time for Geeme Smlt 1, t ul ,"n,.?.-,f"0'l nd TO "
aM there's that ace in .he hole named Lee Meadows. Lee Is one of thf
Switchers In the National Lcacue. and rn. ,,nf u. V-'.C ..ene of "'e best
PShas:1"1 '" 'hU,d f'tUe dWn ,0 b"S,ncSS and W7heMphTllK"tJ:
PMU' Jh, F,?lchfr '" th Hne-"p the I,i,c,,er wl k harder be
yT;''iu ih'-v wiM Fp ,!"nie encouragement. Art 3 needed bv th. pm?.' ....
iiiAt, e it 1 am net risnr .' - "' n"
that It is net possible .0 get n rhancr ;. ,0' ',",', n - a,, tin" V? "". u'p "".out.en
Such stnrM as Ilernshy andHeilmnn
were net even close net within sev
enty runs of his mammoth display.
As the cannot athhte frolics In the
Southern sun this month, dreaming of
new heights te conquer, he might cast
a,n eye upon this :!4S run total and
think it ever for n dnv or two.
A COMBINATION of four devices
will tnke rnre nf th n1Ue. !..
l.! ..:..".",.. .""- ? "
& T"JS ,"de'i "" mt'Aln0 "nd iht "el" " departed, with their
paper train pulls in.
Cotvrieht, t:. by PubUe Ltdeer Company
HsRRY WILLS FINISHES
r KID NORFOLK IN SECOND
Scraps About Scrappers
Ftf' a..... n..i.i... if-u nu.. b.ui. T-Jr"c!!:,'T.,,"Tr!' "' ' Wlmlngten
I ' i WW sw s s 1 sw w w ---- "iiuiiivn
W, h x- . 1. :u r .'Ketehell and
Tn Djravrny .w'Si" ncuvjrncisui, iruni i Mente.
mera Colored Heavyweight
New Yerk, March
Jrr. or Haltlmern win V, Drlnrlni.al'1!L,
jlnd-up or n ll-bntim Vew i!,1!.1",
brl tenlht. Usnnv nili vi i V" ?m-
ie Bradley v ai
' w.,. r '.- v.. r.4.i, ,
liarry wins, v. jennny Mayhook. I
VfijNaw uneans. kneci.cn out "iviu
$k Norfolk, the veteran Baltimore boxer. I ah, Cha n of K Iu ,
for the proper repulr and upkeep and
for nnture te take its course. The
links, therefore, arc being slewij ruined,
nlilrh uniibl net Inp the case if fheie
I were ether places for the public te play,
"Gelf Is the greatest game for the
masses in the .country. It Is n cheap
game if there are public facilities,"
continued the Councilman, "nnd that
'old man's game' Is a joke.
"I hereby challenge nnybedv In the
place for a game ever the next course
we build," finished Ven Tngcn. "in
order te prove that it's the gicntcst
game for everybody theie i."
Councilman Gaffney then cleared his
threat and looked with pleaui in the
direction of Ven Tngen and lteper.
"I am delighted at the educntienql
spread in fner of the game of golf.
It has reached Germantown and Oak
Lane." he pointed out.
This crack was made in relation te
that time when Gaffney attempted te
introduce nn ordinance for a links en
League Island when Gaffney claimed
he was almost "ridiculed off the fleer."
He said he was delighted new at the
'unexpected support" nf plan" for n
course and thnt he was all for it.
The resolution went through. Nene
killed. Nene injured.
Here's the resolutien:
"Te appoint a committed te ImtsliiiMe the
dealrabllity et additional municipal golf
courses In Philadelphia, and te report te
Council the meat advantageous locations and
tlie probable cost thereof.
"wllBRUAS There Is a widespread de
mand amen the citizens of I'hlladelphla for
'additional municipal irelf cjursea, partlcu
larlv In the northeast and southern sections
of the city, and
"WlIUllKAsi the City of Chlcaen has
aeven municipal courses; New Yerk, In
dianapolis and Teledo four, Omaha nnd
"Buffalo, three and many ether cities hae
two. whlle Philadelphia haa only une,
ItRHnl.VRri. bv the Council of the f'llv
of I'hlladelphla. That a csmmlttte be aie
without any further
1. Scholastic standing.
'-'. The ene-jear rule-.
.1. Tn hnve the rnnili ivhitprvA,. i,c.
sible, n faculty member.
4. An undergraduate council werklug
for clean nmatcuiism and the advance
ment of clean sport.
Improvement can come quicker nnd
surer from the inside than from the
outside. The average undergraduate is
for clean sportsmanship. He should
have mere te say about the conduct
of his own game.
TUB Association of Coaches can get
much further en in , discussing the
ethics of their various games than in
discussing the tulcs. They must knew
pretty well the uames of these guilty et
plajing ringers or In caking the rules of
the game. By having these men driven
out or by tcfiising te schedule games
with their teams the test of It will be
LEADING universities, or these with
higher standards, can be a bit mere
particular In scheduling games with the
undesirables. This has been one of the
weak points in the scheme at large.
There has been entirely tee much lax
ness in this icspect, for me-t of Un
loading eflendcrs nre pretty well known.
JACK DKMI'SEY made his first leap,
te fame ever the prostrate bodies of
such giants ns Merris, Fulton nnd W1l
lard. And It is our belief that If he
is te he beaten within the next four or
five years it will be by another member
of the colossi nnd net by any skilled
boxer under 200 pettnda In weight.
Seme big. rough 220 or 2.10 peunder
who can sock and take a socking is the
likeliest wager en the beards.
TF BOB MeALISTEn, the flying
J- cop. isn't the first of the 0 2-5 Bl Bl
onds sprinters I'll cat any cinder track
.nt,n?.euntrT" an admirer writes in.
ithin it year he will be te the track
what Ittith is te the home-run bitters,
se far in front thnt second place will
"S.hnck where fourth and .fifth belong'
Which Isn't se wild a prediction as a
few of the censeivativcs might think.
We aie about due for another super
cove in sport, se why net McAllster?
CepuiIqU. lest. All night, JlcstrvciL
CAMBRIA A. CLUB M
riuiiw KVKNiNn. Msitrii nn
MIt'KKV MORntN ts. I.ITTI.K JKIT
FOUR OTIIEn STAR IIOIiT)
The entire herd .of the Willow. Ilreek
Dairies new bains; sold at nr'.ate trrnt.
SB pure bred Ayrshire". 32 trade llol llel
atelns, and 2! crude 4'rsejs. nil with
jeurlr milk records, and auumntrrd rltht
tn eteir way, These cattle nrr rrlced te
acll qiiIik. Seme Terr reed family cows.
Willow Broek Dairies
Willow Greve, Pa.
Dien Willow Clrere 107
Wt bring: WfWmZ
prices 6 low VMaV
that we are 435ft40hhtU
are every TL. T!?r!fw
garment will V
move out w
this is the
greatest prieq-siaimng op.
pertqnlty in years--prlcei ev
less than cost.
Men's Pants Half Price
Sterss 4fsfitani!fd Mtrehf n
dltt and Standard Quality.
25-27 NO. 13TH ST.
M , BOXINGfT-
Msrth Bread ftBiinbridge Marrh
K. II. .MTK
GROSS vs. LESTER
McFARLAND v.. WORMAN
HARTMAN vs. BODIE
,IMi h Itniinda
MENDO vs. DEVINE
.ti: s ituumu Mf
Benjamin vs. Tiplitz
PRICES, 50c, $1, $1.50
.Sens en ailr, rlrhntt'a Cafe. ISIh
& Mlliert Wt. rhene. lerust 400n.
lllh & Catharine Sti.
sti iid.w i:m: Mitni i
c. i). iivem.K
III I A'
Jttstrvrd NeaM. JI..VI. SI.OO. Adin., M,.
T eket hnle, 33 H. llthM. I'll. M.il. H
j ISHine asrcenq reiuiu ni inrr i;in:miim i ""'wiinia (Onirht rrenur. . r'i. . pelntea, cenilsiine or iwq niomeers et iiiy
r;fften-reunl bout ill Madisen Square "merV-0w;v,nln7OVl.n-.f'ruirl2.n:1 the , KlrmeSnl " Park Comml.iien.' ind SiVm
ifjft ' fiirAm lni.1 Titrlit The match waa enn. c?rr'.? J1 threush battles with ,h?i" ."! Hugh I. Wilsen and A It. amlth. ropre-
Uufl"'? ! i T .! . . ,7 Ul "htwlehts. Cera-e-r 5,i?J best et i,n,nB the I'hladelphla Gelf Association.
Vttdejerwl te tie In the nature of an ell- Chan.y will meet MickeyConneT. Vnrj0: " infestleite the desirability et additional
u 'A i-mttittlen contest, the winner te get a J1', P"''!1!!?, ?lnr J Ken" ?! K. 1KSt munitiwi seif ceurs in i'hlladelphla. Ar-
PffCrr IHi wnrld'a rhnmnlnn lurk " "i" "ml.. 2th" hewtsi Patsv iiilV,",0 tlcularly In the northeast and southern aie-,
tMTitt will! worm m 'njmpinn .Hint v,, -veune sreftet. Pr.nCrJ r,!l "roderiek 1 . ,i , renert te Ceunel the meat ad
it SI Deapsey. Wills weighed I'll pounds IJlnes and Jehnny Cardn,? i. .1"."v vantaseeus locations and probable coat
?LmmAi Vnrfnlk ITfi. i Brown. "r ' resten ,hr,nf."
Committees Meet and Plan for
Welfare of Lecal Baseball
TO MEET UMPIRES TONIGHT
New Yerk 1 J !t .seli nllke-ll.. W' ) J73
Trenten... in :t .;fl9 CeaUarU i 3 IS Isoe
Camden .. ie a .j,,e itMdlni".! 3 ll '.IM
unte'i1."" nt Camden.
" "kes-Uarre nt Trenten.
Last Nights' Results
I ITY COMJJOE I.KAGUK
Textile, 27i Temple pentnl. 7.
A.?.?,,,,a 48'. Madenna, 20,
rlillii. Teniilniil t.lrls. It, Tar
naiten. it, v,t Kku. '!iO.':L
l.rejetmk. : Junier., ie.
J. ." " '" ""MMVIB, IV,
period). ' " ' AMn T""-. (itra
."'" 2Si Ilell llavea. IS.
tlnb? ."" ,'"t 'tVJ' 331 W0"
Hancock. 2Si S, P. II. A,, Z9.
&jfc'Whrn il'c. two came out of their t
aMairiifjra in the second round. Ner-
Went into n rllnch find a moment
r fU backwanl te tne noer, taking
Sjfe one nt the ringside saw the blew
W')kat felled him. after the count he
l3q talked te his corner and did net seem
Witt 'Sm crewdexpresseil its disapproval
fp.the tnnnncr In which the match wna
' ? .-Ailnati,l. It did tint nnncnr te them
' jrreT"i'r' i"t.. ,- i "" i.i. i.;
"JpitC' SOrieiK line urcn mi, nimtirr.
riAaai'BreTa ten ne ream went tiewn unucr
lrwneriui iiuhcii, uiAujii uiayiacu a
Cue iu am ujvuiu cauicu uj tuv
turn till between Jeb TlplitL Si '? '" r
Jjniln at th. Olymnla Monday n!ht JOnn JOnn
Hett la tryln te brln Uavin." i V.. Bo,eBo
match with Midget Hmlth. Sir V.n? ter
te meet Plnr Uedle Krankl. u,lr?!,tmt,a '
Jack Werman and K. 5. aresa,l.u"1, ",'
Lester compute th. pretram Jck
Debbr Barrett, fully ,ev.,.
cent lllne.,. i. Veundlna ?S,-,ri?. lre. h!
matcn witn Johnny Meal.y at th. IV. VvJi '"
Tueyday nltht. eth.r beati en th.'.V,1?0''
card are: Je. O'Uenn.ll v. !.,! ""-star
, JOX OVER-WEIGHT
4n,,Jf.UCfr.Pn, .'llS'VJ.ffeMS, i nm V,1
fr i 'K.u Johnny Htnlth, a ataWeinateuf f'.V
C Abrams After Willie Green '" rpr at Atlantic city March i a" mpl'
V Declines te Pox . L ni0lJ . ....,:
(i'Tex and Willie Green were ether knockout te his ion. atrin )!?'?:
,te n.eet at. J! pounds in the . 7hmTZ&r'VmXnAl&Wfcth:
members of the I'hila-
'lelnhlii Ilnselmll AsKnelnflnn nra
bi'glnnlng te reullze the possibilities of
etgniiired liafehall. ,
President Heward JL Donevan i
maintalticd It only was nccevpnrv for
the iippeintmcnt of the Heard of Oev- tonieht'b schkihijc
i mers nnd permanent secretary te set, 'i3e meelten HUh re. New Huven Cem-
l'nr'a'Tit fU" m,IU" aDd Mr$ l'hv..n,.er..w ,,h.
'IV VmlirlU Pilet of the inde- HiaV0-"" UM,a "h "
liendenti has all hnnds hustling and ' UXHT X'OHT'S UKHUI.tn
n diicn cenunltlees arc husv whipping .,lJ0'M,0l,.n l, 31i (iermanteun
things into shape for the hlggcst season "ite'r'ii'ifi. 37i Doiestewo inch -i
-nndlet liasebnll In Philadelphia and .iiwwiwh inm. .s.
l t has ev'er had. -
The us-uciatien Is new permaneiilh l-'onetnn is sponher of the move and
iKtabllslied. with headquarters in "ew that the members huve signilied
Roem 100 Ret burn -Halley Huildlng. ,,"lr willingness for the parade will
en Chestnut slreet above Twelfth Ulvulge a few additional Idens nn Hi
Boten mnjnr league can leanns sianea ir i nere Hecretarx J.awrencc Seinincrcnn "laiicr at tne next cenlnli.
. 7TT.. ... .... r,, 'I'LiMuV rimlrail Ilrm.n rJne "F .?e most llltpeitunt l'(
i",,, ,. ..! i . , .. . "',", "'" H'-cti'.s tlie uinp re n
l.dt ie (ieltllt'li. of he SiiIieh: Ttlin nitl, i, l,.ni ,,h1,i,, V. ,. '
lillmaii, of Ilrl.i'sburg; Tem Wallier, man tilbuunl, composed of Hill (Jlea
nf 1 lelsher, and A. no V Mew it, mhi. of North Phillies, nnd Kd Rolden.
(e.insc , yesterday discussed for four i of Hllldalc, two managers who arc we
Baseball Filmed in
Camps and Elsewluire
BBTresten aien West 1071 m
4STII AND MARKKT STBEEfS
Trust said we re' Id net run IU will run
Purchase Tickets from Accredited Ice
Palace Agencies Only. Avoid Scalpers.
."!?" 1,2,3 ta-
tjMKli-r. Mill, KlJi
BAIRD vs, WAGNER
RICE vs. FITZGERALD
li. II. JIIK 7 t'ARI.
BARRETT vs. MEALY
up at the Auditorium A. A. last
t! The former c,uine in at 134, glv
H an adautsi:c of ten peundsi
Irwn .declined te go en.
AhraniH was substituted and
excited ever the prospect, or UaJi.i wii A1'
former flaurea haa Dre.nw. ',', JIn?.th.
excited ever tti
former figures haa prospect. Qt iiVhi2.",iM
championship caliber "sntwelsbt
"". """ m icevsrsa rrem a snraln.4
Muniirrr f.cerfe lilbmin. of the. ririifs
vi fercd te held the tlrst work-out in
nltthers nnd catcher. In the vnnaslum ji
Vet Raden, Ind.. en account el u
0ln te the continued reld weather die
Irllans wtr attain compelled te limber ui
y.sterday In a skatlns rink nenr th eall
park, at Dallas. Tey Hi. team beast, of
one of the fullest nltchln statTs, ten uf the
slKteen hurlers being ever alx feel
Memer. of the Tankees are plsnnlna- te
ti.ke leral action asalnst the weather man.
They have been In Ihelr .trali-niit . enin nt
.New Orleans far flve davs, nrd each has ben
worse than lt predecessor.
MnnHsrr llrnnrh Itlckej Is hoeful that
the Bt. Iuls Cards will hMn their llr,i
strenuous work-out today with the return of
warm weather. Dsl llalner reached tamp
yesterday and the Hat of missing- regulars
was reduced te three.
Th. nrsoklrri-Dedaer. Played a full nine.
"--- Ahpamu unu iili.i ln,l n,wl ... """- ; . -, j irem a snr.ln.4 ' innma win.. "."' ; "."' '.'"
"--7.- ...-".v- ...."----...- m tnunin sunerea in nis recent bout with TS I ars defealed tne yaniKans-- e te i jenn
i.Waa Knocked e It III the fourth round Btene and the Mjrlns Is ready te teia in! btillen, or? nsplrant for cutchlnsr honor, h h
jfeg. pest aealn ,0 'he ,, h0ni-slcl and lat It back North
i'..' nnin.. .... .. ,,,i,,,,.. .r i.i.. i wi mom even win '"'"'" ' "iiucri
,., ..,,,., ..,.., vi eiivi .-lain .V,MI1 erauann has r,u,.,i (r, ,.,,.
l,Wllll Itcnry llCUner. .lack' ,MC- The Kcnslntten welterweight nil down ilih
m. .n.l I. I Ml.in.ll... ...... ..I- . h. fit, fnr ..tArBl ilava ' "HO
ni ,,,, .u ..,,,.,,, ., ,v ni : - -- --.-. ---
te (i draw, .lelinnr Hiiijell wen
hours'lhe contract for players and after
cniffully ccnsMerlng the subject have
baseball and the ability of the effl
The lletrelt Titer were apiiin held ur at
AUTUSia, uHh en nwu"i v, inv .eHiner,
SiTv'!? tmmT Fr,HwWnffKM .? fflVVBMra?
"'tJW'vtM !'. ewlns le lllnesg. Tli.r my mist Msrih 1.
their topeit rcmly for ratification ef'clals.
me iieaiii ei .overiiers en Monday, They will talk the subject ever with
whe.ln turn will present their findings I the representatives of the new Urn-
?lt,!,.c ,nnnrr" Imct,nK, tl'ell'IrM' Association tonight when all
"Vi?1 ,"' '!" :les,ny evening. angles of the situation will be Tiber.
fi i n '. lynVul,r.p', 'intWlng ! etighly discussed, It would be n bg
of hd O.itt Ich. of the Sphas; Harry .boost for local baseball If plan for as
Wilier, of .Media A. A., and Kd Weiss, signing neutral umpires is worked out
but the practicability of the matter is
yet te be decided upon.
Other committees will alie confer te-
Mackcy Club: 0. J. Donaldsen, of
Chester, and,, Billy Whitman, of
Hr desburg. will talk nvee tl, ..
t-ltlpn of appointing one man te de all
I. ....tain. f.H .Ubnnl.ll . . .. '
uvuaiua ii""uviai.iuii trams, WIIIID
,llm McClanaghan, of Flclsher: Dave
of Nlcetewn, have selected as tlm ofli efli
cial emblem n geld keystone with blue
lettering. It Is te be worn en tlie right
arm of nil players nnd is new up te
the governors and general managers'
meellng for ndoptlen.
Lurry Smnniei, secretary, and .Tim
n. inner, of Slinii.ihau, who are in
charge of making mrnngrments for the
big patnde te liiailgurnte the twilight
anil iniit'iit'iiui'iti seiiMin, tcpeit a'can
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tiiLHlPrSSifaA elTf.d.V.,.i5t?d,lre'.m,l.rv,Jn,,mcnt tremeudeualy. ny favor, ef'tSV wcjRoa.tlen of collective bwlu of
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ic chilly days
Before you knew it the
balmy days will be here. Your
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held the coat for later delivery.
2 Pairs Trousers
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