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FIRST PHILS fiAME
ON FOR SATURDAY
Pitchers Allowed te Speed Up in
Practice Six Regulars
Hpcvu hidu uunue ncruni
lf-y ny EDWIN J. POLLOCK
M TbuM. Fla.. Mnrch 9. "Klie"
ITl'llliclni eased the bnn a bit tills morn-.
Je; and permitted sonie of hw hurlers
te flip ever a few fast ones In the work-
I .wit nt Coeke Park. There's n reason
itchlml tlp Kls,e's generosity. On Snt
i titilsy the first practice game of the sea
son nil! be stagcti, anu the mils' boss
would like te leek ever Heme slants and
. After looking ever the array of nth
i.i nnw drilling en the new ball fit Id
irin " --- v . ., - ...: ------
id nnnnrrnt tunc me nucners are
I i0ng te be used in places ether than the
DOT 1IIC rt'KUlllin mv nut filming in
wry fn"t mid the line-ups will have te
Ibf IHIcu Willi """: l i"- eiru nuning
tnaterlal " nuuu.
il j'ileve" liCU9urveau nna minis vvni-
'Ikrr came In yesterday, but six are still
absent. Oeldic Kapp has wired that he
t ivlll report tomorrow, and Cy Wll lanu
wrote lP would nc iiemyru iiruunui.v ren
'toms en account of the Illness of his
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NctllWt Wis eecn nuiiru iruni uuvit
Leslie. .Tlnitny Smith, Jack Miller or
I''i n Still Absent
I.C'lle penned President unicer some
time age. In Philadelphia, that he was
working out with the Yankees nt New
Orleans nnd would repnit en Mnrch 8.
Te dale the prospective Phil first base
mini tins net made hit appearance.
Tem Sullivan, the sputhpaw, who
trns confined te his bed yesterday with a
were cold, found It very lonesome be
tween tlie sheets nnd crawled out this
Urnlng. However, he was net per
mitted te go te the field. The conges
tion in his lungs has cleared te a great
extent nnd the danger of pneumonia has
Weed. , .
Sullivan came te the Phils from
Album Club. ThlH Is only his second
tear In piofcsslenul rnnkH, nnd he was
a. bit ever-anxious te show what he
could de. ITe was taken with a cold
ibeut four dajs age, but paid ue at
tention te It, believing he could sweat
It out en the ball field. It finally put
Jiim down for the count and he will
leeat least three or four ilnjs' practice.
,'J Phil Weincrt, the big West Phila
delphia srlfoelboy of n few jcars back,
'fa the only ether member of the club
f'vhe has been annoyed with a cold, but
he has recovered completely new. Phil's
H attack was accompanied by a sere
tbrent, hut he took pains te see that
jit was attended te, with the result that
'be did net have te waste any time.
; Huck Iictts. the blend rignt-nanacr.
'was en the crippled list for a few days,
line be also hns entirely recovered. Huck
'win hit en the shin by n butted hall
Eand carried n lump en IiIm leg about the
lizc of nn egg. The swelling gradually
fame down njid nil the soreness has ills
appeared. Outbldc of these three cases, the'Phll
lies hne escaped phjslcal mishap,
lherc hae been a few complaints about
tore nrnii, but the number Is small com
Jared with ether jcars. This can be
attributed te the careful manner with
which the VIhI pilot Is handling his
Material. The practice this morning
(.insisted of the usual routine of bit
tint;, pitching and funee chasing. It
ill'be aried somewhat this afternoon
with -unit- Infield work. The lnlield
rrelmblv uill be made up of Cliff Lee,
IM hatv; Klflcher. second base; Par Par
lineii, shut step, an(V Widdew Conrey,
Anether Humer Spiked
Once iiRain the rumor that the Phil
I's are nbeut te take a lease en u new
call park Is out.
A lepert reached here today te the
ffect that llenrv Ferd had purchased
Ne grounds at Bread and Huntingdon
treet. nnd would build an nnnez te his
arseuibliiig plant across the street from
tje ball p.u-k. The rumor also had It
thnt linker was angling with a real
eitatc dealer In the city of Hilly Penn
ler another site en which te erect n
'There's a let of truth in thnt," said
Bill Shcttsline, the business manager of
the Phils. "As a matter of fact we
bive the site for a new home picked
t. All the details have been attended
w, een te instructing Sam Payne te
W' Hie lliij; ready te he unfurled. "
"akir was net te be found te give
Presidential verification, but "Sllkshlrt
fams imtlis for i m e the ti nel..
Jf ."J-0 ' v.-hole town III back of us,
-..v uuiii-iiiuii enij ii Miiuii per-
wntage of the population gives us sup-
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It leeks ns if Coesc i'arl; licre weie
Wing te lie our penunnetit heiui; in the
ni... . i i. . . ,. ""." i en in
uukit nnn iTrniit- i trn-i rti. .ir i i-i n..t .. t ..
gwioiser the club, went metering te- ,rem j0Ntcrday's results, the first llve maker possible and put en bigger and . n, l'" "eH l " rm k'"m "
"f:Tlln u, P , . . , J te finish leek like the atJ.letcs te make better shows than ever. Phlludelphlni.h , '" "' -1'1' "s ''r,p H, f0 tjl-l.,;:nJ""tl,J'e
tVr. r .of ',',M-',wl ""- ,is !",K,,t the trip. Brown, Head. Kerr nnd Mc- have shown they want the best there I. ' r,,l, c' b f , ' lcnl" , fi',,, ' i
Jirein I.cesburp." the denien busings Lam 'n along have been censldeied as i boxing nnd we propose te step out Date- have been announced. from April
manager continued. "ruithermere. I..un.i... n,n nm. uhlle llen-'i. i-nn i i., i,..m ii,., ,u ,i,ic , 1 te April I), Inclusive.
.u . . - - - - --- n rnni nii'sriiL iiiiiiv.ubiiit'a .iiittaBiiiab , l riii iiiunn iiitr lj an liii- ursL iiiiiii-ii
. hum uiJiii a wii n. lriif- ill in i i . niiiinnrinnc iiiriitini &.. nan r i m hn, annii.i.
"", . lie tllUMii;u in ii jiiuct'. i iM-uur,
iit nliui It ienics te the summer however, has been in peer ph.vslral con-
ffi,.,,KVb?cs.lW!,nf,i,,Hnt!,",,0.1, f?r lnPt.R!x ttMk" ns ,,,e
cjuen streets, in Philadelphia. Ileue i result of a heavy cold.
FACTS ABOUT SOMEPLA YERS
IN CAMP WITH THE PHILLIES
William lkktev pikte ah.
Jner toekle picked by Kalbcr Wllhclm,
"lie the boss e." the Phils wns scouting
" wii-en. A left-handed pitcher from
' Londen Club, of the Michigan
Ontario League, w bit h wen the pennant
' union. He is only twenty-one
Jjjw old and this is only his second
wr In professional baseball.
, " the seiiei for the championship
l j-uen Buy City and Unden, lie
''jneil two games, winning one and
wiig one. He Is n geed hitter. Finished
en Ibm )ear with .'-'Sli for batting
?, which Is remarkable for n
Wt rnn Im """' cl"mldeiishlp series he
l''te'a home town Is Chlllicette, 0.
t?HTA,I'v RAUMGARTNER The
am n'iht, , eC Chicago lest an all
"unil Mthk-te when Pat Moren urged
nianicv Bnuingartner te join the Phils
I,,,'"1,"- Stunley nlnyt-d football, bas
J'MH uud baseball under A. A, Stagg.
tk.y-.fid en the football team and
! smallest man of the first defense.
2, HrU'm sh feet and weighs
IT', 1SQ Pounds, which speaks well
Chlrai ,0 ",,es dtve,0l,e( Ht
lit! Uiiii r.., .- . ., I n.
liripl V ",l1 l" i reviiiencu in jiiui
iuh' tn ether enr IK baseball
llMfJ.i K1."",c ,Ic Piny1' w-1"
MJMessienai ciUbs around- Pliiladelnhla
cneu uciaware College la bla
jv "vwriB jer ene year.
JHr he akaaia'iin .hi. tAaLalarliaiirMrry. O.ras hit horn (swa;
Stanten, Giants' Pitcher,
te Bex White Sex Player
Snn Antonie, Tex., March !).
There will be a heavyweight battle
when the New Yorks pay n visit te
the White Sex at Seguln next Wed
nesday. Either before the game or
nt a barbecue which is te fellow,
Geerge Stanten, 'the big left-hander
of the Giants, who balls from San
Francisce, will tackle a man of equal
weight and slxe from the ranks of
the White Sex in n six-round en
counter. Johnny Evers. who made
the match, will net disclose the
name of the Chicago standard bearer.
Stanten, who came here with n rec
ommendation from 1)111 I.angc, used
te be a four rounder en the Coast.
Ferd may bave purchased the grounds,
but he has a long wait before he can
use It. We held a nlnety-nlnc year
lease, and If he has deed new, we'll
turn It ever te htm In nbeut ninety-two
years. It's a long wait, but the first
fifty years are the hardest,
"Yeu can dcliy that rumor as em
phatically as you want te. There's ab
solutely nothing In It, nnd Mr. Itaker
would tell you the same thing If he
were here. According te the papers,
Mr. Ferd buys the ball park at' least
four times a year, I'm going te linvc a
denial printed ready for his next pur
chase." PENNRELAY TEST
Proves "Dark Herse" by Finish
ing Second te Brown in
Trials for English Trip
JOHNNY IIEim, unheralded and un
sung among the athletes of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania .track team,
gave conches nnd spectator alike one
of the grentest surprises in carH en
Franklin Field icstcrday afternoon
when be finished second In the first
tryetit rare for the team te represent
the lied and Blue in England en April 8.
Lnrry Brown, captain of the track
team, also surprised by winning the
event In 4 minutes 28 seconds, which
Elmer McLnnu was regarded as the
winner of. Den Head was third, another
surprise: Sam Kerr, fourth; McLane,
fifth: McMullen, sixth: Jensen, sev
enth; Meredith, eighth: Hayes, ninth;
Helden. tenth, and Fisher, eleventh.
Brown's time. for the distance was 4
minutes and &8 3-I seconds.
Herr was net even regarded ns a
possibility among the first half dozen te
finish before the nice, nnd for the first
two laps he was net even considered
by the spectators and Lnwsen Rob Rob
erteon, the coach. Fer four years, this
is the fourth, Herr lias been working as
hard as any athlete who ever trod
Franklin Field. Try as hard as he
could he never gained fame. He rnn
cress-country, tried the distances and
the middle distnnccs, but failed te
place his name up among these .usually
Last year, te add te his troubles,
Herr broke his ankle. Fer the remain
der of th6 season be was forced te re
main en the side Hues'. During the
summer he worked faithfully te develop
wind and stamina. In the fall he
showed Improvement in crew-country
as the result of his vacation training.
Better Indoors ,
Slnce the indoor season started Herr
has been running better than even his
most sanguine supporters thought him
capable of. He wen the handicap mile
en the beard track en Franklin I'lelJ,
made fifth place en the two-ml e relny
team which recently broke the Illinois
record and finished filth in the 1500
yard event out at Illinois, which was
wen In record-breaking time.
His running yesterday was n distinct
surprise. At the gun he slid into tenth
position, getting up te eighth nt the
start of the second quarter, fully 20
yards behind. Dining the next quarter
mile Herr pulled up te sixth position.
When the runners flashed arrows the
line for the lust quarter mile Herr was
running in fourth p'ace. In the Inst
200 yards of the race he started u sprint
that carried him into second place,
about G ards In the van of Larry
"I nm mere thnn pleased with the
running of the candidates yestcrdav."
said Uobcrtsen this morning. "The
track was heavy and nt least four sec
onds s'.ew. I wns ery much surprised
at the showing et rierr. tie ran an ex
eellent race throughout. The ti Ink, next
Wednesday afternoon will determine the
nB stamps him ns n strong pessl-
ui itv next wcunesany. ,
! Fischer, the former Newaik Central
! High Scheel star nml .New Jcrsej In-
tcrschelastlc mlje champion last jenr, '
was a big disappointment In the mce. I
back Inte professiennl baseball and went
Seuth with the Phils. Hu didn't go geed
and was shipped te Kansas'I'Ity. where
he had a successful season. He feels
that lie hab the stuff te ttkk this jour.
JESS WINTERS A native of
Texas. Started professional biiscb.il! in
1(110 with the Denniseu Cluh. of the
Western Association. League disbanded
In midsummer, nnd while .less wns
preparing te cuter a meditnl school he
wns given a contract with the (Hants.
He went North nnd sat en the bench.
The following )enr nw him In service
and when he returned In 11)111 lie was
given another conduct b Mcliruw, Sat
en the Delicti in mm anu m-u.
Last summer he was sent te Toiento
bv New Yerk nnd then came with the
Phillies. He Is u frnll bej for a pitcher,
but can tutu out a irnc'teijaek game if
given plenty of rc.-t between battles.
KENNETH SEDGWICK Ken
Sedgwick started professional baseball
with the Akren Club in 11I1U. He hnd
had very little experience, and was
shipped te New Haven, then te Heches Heches
ter and fiuiill.v te Chailesten,
He quit the Charleston Club and
phi)ed semi -pre ball around Washing
ton until he slants! with the Phils about
the middle of last season. Stayed with
the club during the remainder of the
jear nnd new is battllnj for n regular
turn In the box. He Js a righthander.
h a tu-entv-twe years old and claims
HERR SURPRISE OF
Walker Repert at Phils'
OWLS AGAIN CLIP
WINGS OF HAWKS
Yeung O'Neil Leses A's Spring
Game In Opening' Cante, Al
lowing Five Runs
WALKER HITS HOME RUN
Special Dtlatch le Evenlnu Publtc LcAetr
.Etwle Paw, Tex.. March 0. Cen-
nie's Owls hare the laugh en the Hawks
ttftlav. TnfttMil of h'inklnr out there
under the lint t,n ln tne,r Practice thlsl
morning, tne uwis are guying me iiuwk
bunch about that 10-te-2 slam-bang of
yesterday. . .
Hasty, Harrison and Lftus did the
hurling for the Owls in their second
consecutive victory of the spring train
ing matches with the Hawks, who had
thIr wings clipped nlmost-befere they
could even take te the air. "
It could hp nid thnt the first Hawks'
twlrler, O'Neil, who pitched last year in
semi-professional ranks up around
Bidgeten, Can., went up higher than
his teammates liked. In the very first
round the Owls walloped O'Neil for a
let of loops, totaling five runs.
IWth.alt due respect te young Mr.
0;Neil the big five marker was helped
by n wild heave en the part of BUI
Barrett, who was shortstepplng for the
One run was added when Moere re
placed O'Neil, and four were garnered
off Jimmy Sullivan when he came en
for the finish of the game.
The Hawks could de little with the
sheets that Hasty and Yarrlsen de
livered. All the run getting by the
Hawks was done in the eighth, when
Leftus was en the hill.
A high wind blew and the eddying
sand Interfered with the work of the
players, yet it was a clean-played and
Frank Callaway, with a double nnd
two singles, did some soulful slugging
for the Owls. Ills two-base blew in
the first came with the bases clogged
and cleared them; Callaway also scored
twice during the game, se he wns re
sponsible for half of the runs tabbed
by the winners.
Tilly Walker reached base every time
he came te the bat. He walked twice
and was hit with a pitched ball once.
He also reached first en an error.
Hemer for Tilly ,
In the seventh round, with Dec John John
seon en base, Tilly revived his Shlbe
Park tactics by lifting the ball ever
the 'fence nt left field for the circuit.
It wns about the same as putting the
ball into Somerset street in Philadel
phia. Witt wns also a sincere performer
during the afternoon, having three
singles te his credit.
The Hawks were held te eltht hits
bv the Owl curvers. Djkes, with two
singles, wns the only one te have mere
than a Military drive.
The best defense was done by Heine
Scheere. whose second-base play wns
little short of mnrveleus. Ualleway,
Maltland nnd Tilly Walker also made
some fetching pluys.
The b"" scere:
an n e a e
n, ',.. ik n a r ft Wltf.rf..
b h e a e
llrnilli.lb. 4 114 0 0 Jo'naten.lb ,11110 0
4 ;i e e
Malenej-f.. B t 1 n 0 CWalker.lf 2 1 2 0 0
w'i-hrt. . 40010 Hp.mii-i.cr. r. e i e e
Miller. cf. 4 110 0 riilla'ay.M R 3 3 1 0
cuile'ky.'Sb S l a 4 e Maitja'd.Sb B 1 2 1 1
.ftvKe a4 I I e K,hWe: i 1 e e n"
Hera-er.c. i e t e e iiamy.p... a e e i e .
5t?.";.p" e il s 2 S,71i.Sp- S R e ?
Bulu nip'. ilSi! Leftu..p... i oeo i
TntalH.IM 8 27 21 1
uiaiti.ei ii -i . .
Hthll ,n8R m m mt
Hak 0000(1002 0 2
On la .10 0 10 0 2 1 110
Run scored .Witt.. Johnnten. 2i C.Walker
z: ituenei, Mcneere. uauaway, .'; i.etius, .-.
SCOTTY MONTEITH RESIGNS
Quits Olympla Pest Because of New
The Olympla management today
started negotiations for Its third match
maker bf the season. Scotty Mentelth.
who succeeded Hermnn Tayler several
weeks age, resigned yesterdnv because
his presence was necessary in New Yerk
for ills Interests there.
Menfelth last night declared he left
the position with the best of feeling to
ward officials of the Olympln. He snlil
he could net devote the necessary time
here and thought it best te step out te
take care of his ether interests.
Leen I,. Bains, manager of the Olym
pla. has admitted that Mentelth re
Mentelth leaves us with th best '
of feeling," said Bains. "We have net I
taken up the question of his successor
)ct. but eNpect te .10 se. within a week.
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Baseball t limed III
j pi i ,
Lamps alia tilsewlierc
I'lirrr Hmlth. rermtr Cltvelani t'laser,
i ha joined the lied Hex m Het prin,
c hR9 iert San rrsncice for Het sprintra. '
I Infleldera of the l'.nucs tnlne for nosl nesl nosl
tlena In the camp nt Wt naden. Iml , held
their tn'tlal practice eoiraey. Aner a runt i
uork-eut. the veteran, Wilbur Ceiner. m
neiU te the meur-l and h tossed them up
iar pi actie, me enure nquuu, in
the regulars, tnkliik' turn at tlie I
Manager YmhI SUtehell, of the IlraMs, Ii
hlshly pleapJd at the hewlnc madpj t
C'oenej and l.ana'nc. rookie pltchera werklnu
out at their camp at M. retcraburc, l'la.
Ilube Ruth nnd Wally Hclianu havu left
Het Spr ns Arli., and aie i-,w en their
ny te the Vankeea' tralnlnz camp at -N'eu
lelin Mefiraw haa ordered a retr fur hta
playara after havjns driven liln atiuaii at u I
fant pace the taut ueeU. He Ii ellll tnlni
unusual nttcntlea tj the eunsters.
Xellher Ililrtelfli tlrliuta or Jlmmln Jehn-1
atcn huve pat In an nppearnnce nt thn Ued I
vera' Jacksonville headquarters, nnd It la re-1
ported that the" will be auspended If still '
absent nt the end of the week.
The OflMlt TUtra held their first work-
out in Auiti. uu., and nlun another hat-
tlim and fleldln praclUe today, with lass
ruuninx nise uif uie pruiruin.
The Heratera went Ihreuuh hnothe- hard
work-nut at Tentpa, Kla , nnd eer pitcher,
with the esceptlen et Jehnsen ami HrUlcsen,
tool, n turn en the mound during- Imtt'n
drill. I-e Clexlln, elateil for a regular berth
In the outfield, dreve the rurvelcns eirerlngs
about In an Impressive style,
The C'leTelanit hurlera aie further ad
vnncid than nn of the ether plnsem In the
spr'iisr tralnln ram-i et Dallas. Tex., bo be bo
cerdlna; te repertB Manager Hpeak-r la very
much 1 npreaeed with Ilia, work of Van liar liar
ten. a scml-prn, of I. Midi, Ky,
The Uawsen brelhera, 'v Yerk Nere
bover. eri, a-valllng: verd te Invade t'hlla
delphla for rlnir m itcht . T.'iey aie help
handled by Jack MeC'iirlhv, an e'd.llme
bnkrr. who is Hurry IJiiwseii cun hln aiw
of the wvlterwelshts around here and laddie
Dawsen la a crack llshtwelsht, McCarthy
also handles Marty Cellins, a lOg-peunder,
Nertst Bw Hralth yll met Denwr U
M.rilnln an exhibition far tha bansllt of Ika
citlMna1, RdlUf s,tnJ In cardan traliit,
Akeut fUtew Mta cw a Um ttetnjA!
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Gelfs in Final
MRS. CALEB F. FOX
Philadelphia, who teed off in final
round today for West Coast, Kla.
championship against Mlsa Glenna
Collet t, Providence. It. I., at
' Bellenlr, Fla. ,
Plays Miss Collett for West
Coast Championship Of Flor Fler
ida Youth vs. Experience
MRS. STETSON LOSES, 54
Bellealr Heights, Fla., March 0.
Once mere the ancient trial of youth
versus experience wns staged here te
day In the final round for the women's
golf chnmpleiiRhlp of the Flerida West
Mrb. Caleb F. Fex, of Philadelphia,
teed off against 5Iis aicnnn Collett.
Providence. The former was making
a determined bid in national champion
ships before the latter was born.
The prettv nnd petite lassie from
Rhede Island is one of the most prom prem
ising jeung golfers in America, n sec
ond Alcxii Stirling In the opinion of
the experts. Hhc wen the mcani in
the American championship qualifying
round nt Hull) weed lest full, nnd the
following week accomplished one of the
greatest triumphs of the year when she
heat Cecil Lrttch, champion of (treat
Britain, France and Cnnnda. in Phila
delphia during the play for the Berthcl
lyn Cup. Miss Collett eventually wen
that famous trophy by beating Mrs. .
A. ilavin. twice national finalist.
Mrs. Fex was runner-up for national
honors In 1S09 nt the Philadelphia
Country Club. She has been a con
tender nearly ctery. year, nu senium
fulled te qualify and maintains n mate i
play gnme thnt is tee strong for many
of the best.
Her recent victory eer Miss Collett
nt Bellealr was a notably triumph which
the Providence girl was determined te
squure up when the two teed off again
Mrs. Fex accounted for Mrs. G.
llenrv Stetson, u'clubmate nt Hunting
don Vnlley. in the semifinals jesterdny,
v the tn"-licavv M-ero of nud This
uns ii distinct surmise, ns Mrs. Stetson
,, ww m till' best and was going we I.
MUs Collett advanced te the finals
by nn equally notable victory when she
ousted Miss Edith Cumnitngn, the fair
Cn,pnKO young lady, who had that sen-
'round te win the medal. Miss Collett
.national record ii m mi' iihiiiijiiik
was 5 up en Miss Cumuiiugs nt the
turn mill tltiMicu ucr opponent, t-nnti -'.
V large gallery followed little Miss
Collett and Mis. Fex today.
Beets and Saddle
Say When nppcnrs best in the feature
race at Havana. Keltei and Audrey A.
should furnish the contention.
Horses well placed In ether races are:
First race Hddie Tranter, Thorn Thern
bloom, Douglas Fairbanks. Second
Htitchcsen, Fly Cast. Manicure. Fifth
llaiueau. Mary Ib, Suez. Sixth
Pellu, Osgood. Win or Quit.
Mobile First race Mary . Maxim.
D'Seuward, Kitty M. Second Hercb,
North Shere, Mab. Third Little
Patsy, MIbs Crestwood, Hickory. Fourth
Pimllce, Apple Jack II, Graysen.
Fifth Murphy, Jage, Helen Atkln.
Sixth Serbian, Bend, Lerena Mes.
W. R. Carter, president of the Fler-
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1'reaten uietj west 1071 sjajH
13TII I MARKET BTBCETS
Kvery Day Kampt Tuesday
Competent Inatructera nt All stloe
THKF.B HKwftinXW DAIf.V
BAPTIE and LAMB
llth & Catharine Sts.
bATfltOAY IJK., MAItril II
GARDNER vs. GRIFFIN
Ueserved Helta. 1.B0. SI.OO. Artiu,, 80e.
T.eksl. Salr, S H, lllh HI, Wal. Sill
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Scullin Linc-Up Intact
for Big Sbccer Game
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St. Leuis, Mercli 0. The tlcullln
Steel team will have Its line-up in
tact for the gnme with Tedd Dry Dry
deck in the soccer final for the Na
tional Challenge Trophy te be played
here March lit. Five members arc
bait players, but have secured per
mission te play in the game.
Cliff Brady, who Is in Haddock,
On., with the Rochester club, will
come back. Jimmy Brnnnigan,
member of n Seuth Atlantic club,
nnd .Emmett Mulvey, Mobile out
fielder, have been granted a three
weeks' delay. Oellermnn, goal ten
der, nnd Bechtold, outside right,
also bull players, have been granted
time off for the match.
YALE SPRINGS SURPRISE
Ella Defeat Columbia and Score
First League Basketball Win
.STANDING OF TUB LKAOUE
W. L. IVt. V,', l Prt,
Penn-.... 7 1 .S7RCernlI .. a fi .280
PnncPtue. 1 .SIT CelutnblH 2 7 ,22J
Dartmouth 0 .1 ,I1U7 Ynle . . . . 1 7 .125
New Haven. Conn., March 0. The
Yale basketball team wen Its first game
of the season in the Intercollegiate
League here last night when it defeated
Columbia !!fl te 28. The Blue quintet
showed excellent form nt the start. Bet
ting nn early lead en the Getham towers
and setting the pare throughout. The
score nt the end of the first half was
20 te 17, in favor of Yale.
Pe'leyn, the star of the Columbia
five, played a whirlwind game. He
Bcercd two field goals and dropped in
eight goals after fouls. Bnlther, Cooper
nnd Kcrnan plnjed spectacular ball for
Frisce Legs Beats Big At-
I'rlscrf" I."K was tlie Wmer In Ihp wind
up nt lh tiljeu Thcitre lHt iilclit. Ills
Al the lefrr. In anethr match Knock
out Yeung Clianey eteppej Bebby liny In the
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PENN QUINTET MAY
Forward Suffering Frem Heavy
Celd -Suba Aid In Downing
CARMACK'S X3REAT WORK
DESSEN, former Southern
High Scheel student and forward
en the University of Penns)lvunla
basketball team, inny net be able te play
against Dartmouth Snturday night, If
reports heard In Wclshtman Hnll last
night arc true.
Desscn is said te be suffering from n
severe cold, which inny keep him nt
home until next Monday. Last night
lie did net appear for the game with
Swarthmore. and it wns said thnt his
physician ordered him te reinnln lit
.in... With nniiennst out of the came,
and a possibility that Desscn may nlse
be out and. with Vegclln in anything
but geed shape, Venn's prospects
against Geerge Znhn's team took a de
cided slump this morning.
Without Desscn. lliinUlnger nnd
Vegclln, Pcnn defeated the Swarth
more quintet, 17 te 14, Inst night In
nnn nt li nnerPSt COttlCS of the Ctirrfllt
season. Bill CI rave, Pes Miller arid i
Label Oeldblatt wre assisted ny
James. Brew, Sullivan nnd Jimmy Me Me
Nlchel In the conquest of the (Jnrni't.
The Red and Blue's team play wns
away off, while their sheet ing, tmssltr,'
nnd general all-around pluy fell far
Huntr.lnger was In n uniform, but the
conches decided te give him n rest for
the game Saturday night. Vegclln t-at
along the sidelines In civilian clothes,
giving the nnk'e he Injured lnH Satur
dav night u much -needed rci-t.
Because of the luterchelastic tour
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Tenights Games in '
Pcnn Court Tourney
lfnbekii Mth T. Ifarrlatettli Hlftr. .,
Wit PMUaelphU Hlfh v. Went ttttlielle
Hw'nrthmarr Piss v, Kt. ehn' Military
Acadmr, of Manila, N. V.
nament being held in Weigulman Hall,
the Penn players' have had little prac
tice for hi Inst ten davs nnd have net
played since Snturday night. Several of
I uwrn leOKen trie pari nisi iuk'h 01 um
1 letes who hnve net been playing.
In the preliminary Hmc the Pcnn
Freshman five broke the winning streak
of Peddle Institutn by defeating the
Jcrscyltes H5 te 27 in a hard-fought
game. Jimmy Carmack, the Atlantic
City youth and captain of the year'ings,
tied the interschelaslic fonl-geal shoot sheet
ing record by sending fifteen straight
through the nets.
Tlplitz Hands Rene a Lacing
Trenten, Jf. J.. Jtareh 0.-Je Tlpllti, of
Phlltid'lphla, mini a punchlnr bar of Jet
ltene. of Trenten. In n ten-found bout here.
Hay Mitchell, of Philadelphia, knocked out
.llmmle Manzc. of Trenten. In the nflh round
Harry Ooe-lman. of I'hllaiUlphla. beat Teuim
Murphy, of Trenten, In alx reunui, and Je
C'urray, of Trenten, beat Mck Michael, of
Semi-Pre and Amateur
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PLAY IMPORTANT QAf
Sphas Oppose New Yerk V.MtHQ
nrl Anulnaa Mata KaVOUlaV-
Twe big basketball games are 01
Independent pregrnin In this city
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nnd tlie followers et tne ciues rcprtj- -',
Rented are very much, worked up erer
At New Auditorium Hall, Seventh
sticct nnd Snyder nvenue, the Seuth
Philly Hebrews, meet the Ninety-second
Street Y. M. H. A., of New Yerk, tie
representatives of Getham, in n scries
for the basketball championship of the . ,'.'
East. ... J1
The ether clubs are Passaic and t&f
Wilkcs-Bnrrc. The latter has plaved
here before nnd will fellow the, New ,
VnrbnpM. Passaic Is due last, and th
Sphns will play In the home halls of the -. $
Aquinas and Kayeula open the cru
cial scries for the downtown Catholic
flub championship nt the letter's hall,
Eighteenth "and Merris streets. A ca
pacity crowd is expected, ns the tennn
are bitter rivals.
ler cariy uenvuiy. j "?
almanac nnd weather tnnn
both prophesy an early
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tcltt put you in personal
touch itlth our rcpmvnta
tlvc for all estimates.
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