Newspaper Page Text
!?$MWS!JB BflfiW . " " ', "r fee Try ICK AFTER SCORE RULED OUT ON GRID fammrttee Decides Ball After t'Touehdown Placed en 5-Yd. li Line in Try for Point I JODY IN LONG SESSION v Yerk, March 11. The free trial -4?7 goal nfter a touchdown was 'rtillshfS today by the Football Itules Ctmmltt 'twefnrth n team scoring a touch- Ln mny put the bell in play en or ffii of the opponent's five-yard line 2? from scriromiige try f6r a single Slt by nnr J?J Lr'W. .& Til irllliren PVrrn Wll " iwih-miu inn- J.4 ill last night and were still sitting Si morning. . They rend letters, te Mfh ether received from lanj, ceacnes, ?.:. .nri an forth fVem all ever the iStrr. They cleared the threat, nsked STrtcognltien and addressed each SJ Frem nil that, hurly-burly of BL nothing has come forth ether than lis statement that a decision en any ikinrts which might be made for the i:...;mnr nf the came of' college feet- hll would net be made till neon today. -Th members of the committee in KMlen today are Bill. Reper, Princeton ; B K Hall, Dartmouth! Dr. Alenzo gtug,' Chicago; J. A. Babbitt, Hnver fctd: Fred Moere, Hnrvnrd : Dr. Harry WUllims, Minnesota; Carl Willlnms, Pni Commander Paul Dashlel, An An SdeIU: Andy 8mlth. California ; D. X. Bible Texas, and Walter Camp, Yale, HtttUry. C. W. Savage, Obcrlln, was the only absentee. Clipping, and ether unnecessary naihneis, came in for rounds of de biting during the long session of the (enclive. Certain shift plays, which umii nlivers te cet momentum before the bU is passed, are being criticized. PENN RELAY TEAM QETS PASSPORTS TO RACE ABROAD Quintet of Runners 8lgns Papers In Federal Building Sail March 21 nt fire members of the relay sound which will represent the University of PfuDijlranm abroad next mouth ap pend at the Federal Building thin morning aim sigiiuu application? xer MKperts. Titr will sail March 21 en thn 8. 8. 'AoeiUnla for Londen, where thnv will fenpttc in the four-mile relay under the auspices of the Achilles Club there. laptain i,arry mown. Johnny licrr, hm Kerr. Donald Head ami Klmer jfcline will make the trip with Conch Lewwn Robertsen, who haN already Ukm out his papers for a passiiert. The nancrs of the snued call for ner- Blulen te enter france as well as Great Britain. SUZANNE TO PLAY AGAIN Mile. Lenglen Enters for Mixed Tennli Doubles at Nice Nice. March 11. Mile. StiKnnne 'ngleit has sent in her name as an Iry fur the N'lce mixed doubles tennis tournament which enens Mendnv. hut Mined te enter the women's singles. I This will be the first time Mlle. Lena;. mm lias participated in a tournament race ne was defeated nt Ferest Hilly But Mimmcr by Mrs. Mella UJurstedt pillory. I urent interest has been n reused in French tennis circles ever her rnrrv n Where have been many recent reports mm me was stm inr irem ncr old Aemplenship form. ' BILL HAEFNER INELIGIBLE tail Player Must Remain Inactive a Whole Year itHshid reinstated three players, denied applications und consigned two - the Ineligible list contained bad news r meal uan piaycr. Bill Haefner, former Pittsburgh Jtcter, had been waiting word from Judge that hi; wan reinstated and rill nil Ln, fA 1.1.. a .i - ", "n. i i- return te uie K ",, ,but, uin ,s meng six who may . .... vmi u.v uiin inn years .lsatsociatien from baseball." POYLE LEADS FLORIDA GOLF Pilker Trails by Three Strekei ter Beth Get 70i First Day bnVT. f Jrv r,!,, ""f(, u. I'at h 31 "Tl,I,"lrc!J. .us u.e if mM i V iiura reunn t. ' ' '" uu rierum open geir 8rnament at the Flerida Country ilLi- DJe H,,,-C(l 70-73 14 mi.. r v -"" "Bluer tu-tu hu. "'y lead a fast Held. Baseball Filmed in Camps and Elsewhere ftk H ...I. .. ... klhiri'i"""? few" mt Meb 10. of thn Pi'enAfh?.c,lV.(,n' '" th0,r ni,t iam "f kr il!nr..l.h HfKrnoen l Mobile. Matrn. thi AiS, atf ",1) "cret' 'hand latJr " Mini it th reculurs run up th tki ni. ... """ wruiMm lX arS. ?i te Intel the Iah iiJ'ifir"00n.- .Mannger Kllllftr Is mu " 7 te Is" Clrluy, uhluli ihe Ulter sit .r .en Recount nt iAKiUmM,t .i,A. ,il!i. .in" team Ovm U'i iinj.. ,,, m ier iilc lesiilar camp at Het nirlni! ifej!.""" Will OPPn Ihn ,nn for Franl.l.Vii"i H?.n Antonie fl l.-ad-elt "" tr. ihn'rtJESJrf h " le.lwerk In ih. yuwuen ua clean-uu batter. Ju . . - IStr imTOHf'0"1 e"" of the remalnliiB 'W tirJIJ." tu sft "e the Kniulara. IS.1. lnt nn.l wmre.. . .. . vlla at fcnVJin.Aii ".i?.'' 'i" ,nelr -I roelcleH in thtlf eprnlriisam?.' C Th P., I ;;,l,.l:l.lr "" liiren bouth beuth tt!'nlnifV0rf,,nrKral rjPrlmia. Tr x . ...' " behind, i-,h-,"h,..w'.":. 'J"':, ", -. -- ..V .fMO u .vui'U Ul Wntll"""! Indiana fnr n,. w, DullH.1 ' The ,..);' ''hl'11 P"11." at the lama re, wM" UulIRV'u .)Yr. n!','1', h I minind ?'4 ViVr i." Mml Hli'nheiiaen. Pevfli-akli f it if V, fe, "aulara Hnd liMded till "' which canm in nne Innlim, W$'lS!.,H.y'.!" advanced In their it iBiinuuua V-.J.,"""'' . J 'a-i whr l- Ty. jfi hilllcr hnr'l aeaefnn waa held Uel? ,5 Sf .wveriil of the pltc.Wi Us: jil h ll,i.,J,0KK,Jr JJ?M"tlen,r9v fcHdiuL.'.V.1. WMhingten' today ter PlF3iW yfi?apr9"; v 'rira ' ' for Geal After Touchdown Is Abolished by PENN RELAY tHKiiiHslesiiiHsttiHRiHIH&WiH tsKllBWBBBBBK'iJiiJiJHiBB s!LBBBBBBBBBBBHBS!sBBHKlVBBBBVkla BBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBslBBBBBBHiH MBBHBiBWaBBBaBBBBBIiBBBBBHBal' The University runners, who will compete in Kngland against Oxford and Cambridge and ether leading foreign relay teams at the Archllles Club games next month, today applied for their passports in the Federal Building' at Ninth and Chestnut streets. Left te right, Chief Clerk Gilbert Ludlng, of the Passport Bureau, administer ing the oath; Captain Larry Brown, Samuel Kerr, Jehn Heir, Elmer McLene, Donald Head FLETCHER TO PLAY Parkinson Will Be Shifted te Second Regulars Meet Yans Today FIRST TEAM IS STRONG By EDWIN J. POLLOCK Leesburg, FU., March 11. The Fletcher-Parkinson problem which has been worrying Klse Wllhclm and Wid Conrey for the last few days has been thoroughly discussed ence again and the decision reversed. The former Giant star will be in his accustomed position and Parkinson will be shifted te sec ond base in the first game of the sea son, which will be staged at Cboke Park this afternoon. "This is final," said the Phil boss this morning. "Fletcher will play shortstop. This was our line of rea soning. Art has been playing that short field se long, thnt it would be felly te take him awny from it nnd en the ether hand, Parkinson Is a young chap and he can easily adapt himself te new conditions. There you have it in a nutshell. "Fletcher was perfectly willing te play second. Tn fact, I believe he'd go In there and pitch if we wanted him te, but I think he will be of mere value nt sbort6tep than any ether posi tion. Parkinson Will Develop "Parkinson will find it strange in the beginning. The angle of throwing when you go te the right is quite dif ferent, but after he'H been playing thnt bag for a spell he will begin te set him self for the chuck te the corner. Then, again, he can fumbln that ball and still get his man at first. Parkinson has a crackcrjack arm und that's go ing te help him. "Fletcher has started te tench him all he knows and with Art in there te steady him I leek for Parkinson te develop Inte a right smart second base man." The new keystone pair will be seen in action for the first time today when the Yanlgans piny the Hegulnrs. The fracas is net going te be a comedy. Wid Conrey, the rookies captain, is out te show up the first-string pluyers and pulled a coup d'etat lust night by chas ing his athletes te bed an hour curlier than usual. The Kaiser will have a strong aggre gation en the field with Jack Leslie, the New Orleans rookie, en first; Parkin son at secend, Fletcher at short and Goldle Itapp An third. The outfield will be composed of Lcbeurveiiu in left, Kiug in center and Wulkcr iu right. Conrey at Third Conrey will station Cliff Lee at firnt, Wrightstene at ueceiul. llulph Miller tit short, but he thoughtfully reserved the het certu-T for himself. In such an im portant contest the Cnmden citizen could never trust the duties of third buse te any one else. Three pitchers will take care of the outfield for the Widow. Jimmy lting has been assigned te the short field, left, se that he won't have te run se faht. Stanley Baumgiirtner will ocaniper around in center and big Lefty Snevur will wobble after them in light. Wilhelm will take two of the three catchers. He wanted Peters and Hen line, but the Wid objected that he then would have no one who could bark loud enough. The argument was wen and Big Pote wus turned ever te the Yani gans. Six pitchers will be used during the giiiue, three en each team, te work three Innings apiece. The two man agers lmve net decided en the huiicrH. hut it is likely that Wclnert and Iititrf will start. Sedgwick, Winters, Hubbcll and Smith will sec action. Three Mere Arrivals Three players arrived ' yesterday. They ure Jack Leslie, Geldlc Itupp und Hack Miller. The latter two reported se latn that I hey could net get into the practice, but they were out en the field this morning. Leslie gnve uu ex cellent exhibition of first basing, and If he hIiews the mine uriuinnt work in the future that he did yesterday, he In Mire of holding down the pest. There are only three athletes en the rolls who hae net reported, and Jimmy Smith, thn crapplug second bithcinan of lust season, is the only one of the trio who hus net scut some word. Sports Served Short c nexlnr Willie nitc-hl Iher ehMImn hiit.r. ull lfuitfninn nri, I ether uliMImn bexera will appear III 11 liuiiurtt at bun Franclice Murch v.'U, IllNkf tliull Weetern Cenftrenr casi een. eon winds un tonight when Wlreenaln and Chloaae inrel, I'urdue lias already wen Iho tltle, Wrmtllne wremli-r named J'rlre von II. e dci'laleii ever n, le.xer. "Hnller" Ailuiiia. at Jnplln, Me., fast nlsht, Tlis wreatler aa dropped for short ceunta four tlmea by th bexri'a Duni'liea. but thtew- hla opponent twlie for the victor'. (ielf Canada hna revolted against Clreat rirltaln In barilng rlb.fuced golf cluba. The Dominion will ulluw them. The United Htuttu hua net set taken definite action. Boxing Marly Purred, New Yerlc. beat Krinlile Oennla, Oakland, In four ruunda at r.ne Ancelea lnut night. They were middle, nclghla. llabketball Wabath and Kr.lamazoe meet tonight In tha rtnala et th National Inter in .uueriHi inter Tournament at In- couegiaie jsiiminutien dianapeliv. Ilexlng Jabea While will box Carl Tre Tre malrte nt HI. LeuU next Tueaday, ' Hecker CoeMi Yet. of Mlchtsaa, U n n deaverlng te em hockeyAaueeta.tto )n AT SHORT FOR PHILS '-raca!RH&,i1 EVENING PUBLIO TEAM APPLYING F0$ Miss, Artelt Breaks "World" Swim Mark for 200 Yards Fair Mermaid, Just Back Frem Miami, Swam Fast est Ever, But Ne One te Time Her LIKES DIXIE COSTUMES By SANDY McNIBLICK tf ET out of my way, Porpoise, and VJ let somebody swim what CAN swlml" A long black fish was tumbled about in the sea off Miami Bench nnd probably barely caught a glimpse of a slim form gliding past him overhead as though he were stendlng still. The slim swimmer overhead was Miss Gertrude Artelt, Philadelphia, in the act of breaking the "world's record" for the 200-yard dash. It isn't an official record, because there wasn't nnybedy around, net se veu could notice it, te take her time. But Miss Artelt herself Is confident no one ever swam such n fast 200 yards before or ever will again. The local mermaid, one of the best swimmers in' Philadelphia, has just re turned from a winter visit in Flerida, tvliprn hc accompanied her mother. whose health had been falling. Miss Artnlr. took thn onnertunltv te de a let of swimming, rehearsal and training for the tank champiensmps te no ueia ncre nnri rlgRwhcrc In the near future. She believes she has added speed te her form in the water nnd in particular Is Bure she ought te be awarded the "world's record" mcntienea uneve. A Man-Eater "We generally swam in the peels down there." the fulr local star ex plained, "but this happened the first time I went in the ecenn. They had told us about the 'baracoetics,' or what ever they call the man-eating sharks, but that didn't worry me any. I was a woman. "Anvhew, I swam out about 200 yards, I guess, und was diving under the big waves when suddenly I saw what I thought at first wus n submarine. Then it showed seme'menn teeth and made n face and a dive at me in the same in stant. "Mnybe I didn't get out of there! I forget all I ever knew about scientific Hwlmmlne. I think 1 evolved a new htreke rlifht en the spot. It was sort of a-flying dive for thn shore. "Shurk!"I kept thinking, and they bite. I passed all the ether fish in the place. They didn't have a chunce. "I hit shore en first bounce nnd never stepped going till they hollered that sharks don't huvc legs and can't chutc you en shore. Tlilnlis of Sharks "Se new when I wnnt te speed up In the water I imnglne anybody behind me Ih a shark. Then I sure step out. I hn-nk nil the rules, but I KCt there.'.' Miss Artelt looked the picture of physical perfection when biie btcppeil off the train yesterdiiy ufternoen at West Philadelphia into the urms et the rest of her family and tne friends who hud gathered te greet her. She wns selected as the "most per fect specimen of womanhood in Amer ica" some time nge ut Chlcuee, und looked the part yesterday, with the udded attraction of a fine coat of tan Mm. Artelt. tee, looked the geed the v sit did both The family hurried off te their home at it-1 INertli I'.ieiitp street, wiiere the head of the family. Dr. II. Artelt. had seeu te it that n tine nlanked-shud dinner awaited his reunited family. "It was a pleasure trip," beamed Miss Artelt happily in the family circle once mere. "We 'JUBt visited nnd hnd a geed time, but there were plenty of chances te swim, nnd besides that I swum in four races." These were Pnlm Bench vs. Miami races en New Year's Dnv, when the local star wen the 100-yurd frec-t-lvle and GO-yard back stroke. Later bhe wen pair of ruces in the "in ternational mutch" with Cuba. After winning thcBO-yard back stroke thn swam in a challenge race, using tliat stroke against a Cuban rival using the crawl stroke. Miss Artelt wen out amidst wild applause. Recerd Helder Miss Artelt holds several Middle At lantic records and will very likely com pete tonight nt the Baltimore Athletic Club in the GO-ynnl natiennl champion ship. The fair expert practiced dili gently in Dixie nnd net enlv improved un the Ameriruu crawl Rtroke she uses but changed her whole divine style with such improvement thut bhe may enter then' events hereafter. Miss Artelt Is much enthused ever the peels ut Miami which she describes us the best she ever suw. The water is piped in from the sea und Is u beau tiful Jede green, absolutely tieur. in the sen she enjoyed the popular rpert of aiptaplanlng and described a new sport down there. A strong swim mer is hitched In tackle te a fish line en a pole wielded by an expert. The game is for the "human fish" te defy the ef ef ferth of tha fisherman te pull the swim mer te shore with the line. "They are ull keen en swlmmln? down there," said Mls Artelt, "eupcci ally Iho kids. The peels arc iiIwiih filled with little tots and some of them ure real swimmers. It's the right wuy te start. On Suudns they held ruces for them. There weren't many races for the elder folks." Despite the attractions Mies Artelt kept te her own training rules all the time down there, These iifclude going te bed early, avoiding tiastrles. sweets. etc. She decries the fair-sex vogue pf smoking and dusking these days. She returned enthused ever the stylsn iu,bt!UBg7CvUBM at MiaibM "ae . wsLsE'Ev-i LBDOERPHIDADEJUi'HlA, HATUK1JA1, PASSPORTS . William T. Tilden world's lawn tennis champion, is the mnn who put Philadelphia en the tennis map. He hus wen city, State, national nnd International titles and was oue of the, team which brought the famous 'Davis Cup back from Europe. "Our Bill" is an experienced and prolific writer en tennis subjects. Ills views, re views and expert criticisms are illuminating and educational. ' He will write n scries of articles which will begin. Tuesday, Mnrch 14, In Euen.ttfl public Hedger body wears stockings or shoes in the water," she stute'd, "nnd it's time they abolished silly restrictions up here. A woman can't swim In the water with shoes and' things like that en. Freedom is essential. They step at nothing down there," hIie grinned. "Ncnrly all the girls wear one-piece suits with a skirt effect and gorgeous colors prevail. 1 have seldom seen nny thing se picturesque as ihe beach, when there's n crowd. "Besides enc-plccc suits they wear gingham bathing suits, velvet with brilliant embroidered flowers, und equally flimsy effects. 'I even suw some alleged bathers in crepe de chine out fits. It's a great life in Flerida." That reminded her. She paid Cuba a visit. JOE WRIGHT, PENN COACH, SIGNS 3-YEAR CONTRACT : . .1 Crews Face Most Difficult Schedule In History This 8easen Jeseph Wright, coach of .the Univer sity of Pennsylvunla crews since 1015, signed a three-year contract, whicii starts next full, according te an an nouncement of noting Graduate Muti neer Bushnell this morning. "Wright's coaching has been se sat isfactory that the Crew Committee nsked that he sign u contract for three years," said Mr. Bushnell. "Mr. Wright will receive a substuutiul Incrcuse iu salury, effective next fall." The Athletic Council, which met yes terday afternoon for the first time in two months, rut I tied the crew bchedulc, us follews: April 15, Yale en the Schuylkill ; 20, Harvard nt Cambridge ; May J.'t, Child's Cup regatta at Prince ton; 20, Columbia nt New Yerk; 27. American Henlcj, .Schuylkill; June 20, intercellcglatcs ut Peughkcepsle. Dr. Hubert W. Yates, couch of the frenulum baseball team, was ratified by the council for the same pest this year. Yates, a former Phillie pitcher, lives in this city. The dual meet with Cernell scheduled for Jranklin Field en May IH nay i a 102 has been transferred te Ithucii. 1 and 1021 the Red team will come te this city. Jee McCarthy Signs as Manager Jee MtfCnithy, of (Jermantown, whn piloted I.oulsll'.e of the American Aaso Aase Aaso clutlen te a championship lajit aeasen. has Jumi algned a. two-jour contract with the Colonels. McCarthy la ene of the brainiest man agers In the miner le.icuea and was hete hete hete tofern under a plieer'a contract which had tha leneric elnuse In It. His present con cen nectluii Is that ut manager only. New World's Bowling Recerd Cleveland. March 11. A world's bowling iicerd was catabllshrd here when the Walte taxi rtve-man team rolled 1143 In the second tnme at a aeries with the Hawkey urea. The previous record, l'.'lO. wns nude by the Detroit Juurnal team 111 lOlu. Klrkwoed en Way East Plnehurst. N. C March 11. Werd waa recelved here today that Jeseph 11. Klrkwoed, the Auatrullan open golf champion, had arrived In a Pacllle pert and la en his wav te I'lnthurat te nrepare for the North and Seuth umateur golf ihnmplenshlp. McLean Wins Over Marine Miluutikre, Wl., Mnrch 11. Stewart Mo Me Lean. St. Paul, outbexed Sammy Marine, Detroit bantamweight, lust night In u ten round iio-acclilen bout,- ucceriilng iu news puper critics, Weman Boxer Scores Kaye Reading, Pa.. Murch 1, Mile. Jeanne Lamar, France a champion woman boxer, scored a victory here last night when she. stepped Johnny Watsen, et Buffalo, sending him le the mat for tha count tn ten In Geslin Suspended for Acting Like a Geese Washington, Mnrch 11. Clyde Milan, new manager of the Wash ington club, guve notice, that he places u high value en disclpllue when he served an indctinite sus pension yesterday en Loen GenIIii, the young Columbia, 8. C, recruit, whose performance last season had earned him a regular outfield berth for tills cur. Milan, who said he took the ac tion regretfully und only after every effort te keep Geidln within the ropes at the .Tampa, Fin., training camp, declared thru young outfielder had "broken virtually every training rule et the camp." SHE'S CALLED THE "HKY BRIDE" She picked out Mount Italnler te be tha ''best man!' at her wedding. Her bean agreed and they were married en he nuro nure nilt. Tuu'M waut te read about Ura. til. war j. iMauitaa. ' TU .! r th. ltui. tain. Tep,-- in .Ug MagagiM aaeUaa) grTugt HASTY MAY HURL L- Beb Says His Arm Is in Perfect Shape Harris' Alse Is Fit WEATHER NOW IS GOOD Eagle Pais, Tex., March 11. This is the day for the third argument between the Owls and the Hawks here. The Hawks have a crew te pick with the Owls, because the latter has wen the two games played se far by Mack's men. Cennie wasn't sure this morning, but he believed that Beb Hasty, who hurt his flinging fin toward the close of the 1(121 season, would get out en the mound for a while today. Itebert says that the Injury has healed entirely and feels as If his arm is better than it ever wns. Fer the last few days Hasty has been doing some conscientious training. He has been en the go nt every opportunity and is one of the hnrdest workers 'in camp. "I'd like te get In that game today," said Beb at the breakfast table, "the old soup bone is pretty nifty nnd I want te prove It te Mr. Mack." Anether diligent worker here Is the elongated Slim Harris. The tall one hasn't shirked a second in any of the prnctlces In fact, he hns been putting mere stuff en the ball, both for speed and hooks, than any of the huriers, and as a result he is in better condi tion thnn nny of the ether A's slab stcrs. The weather has changed n let slnce Thursday, and yesterday thn sun was out nice nnd strong, there wns no wind or dust nnd two perfectly lovely prac tices were held. There was only one new change te the drill yesterday. Heine Schccr was at short instead of second bnse in in field practice. Mack in se attracted te this Hartferd rookie that he wants te try him nt nil parts of tun intield. Again Mill isarreti is ireuDicu wim a boil en his arm, which prevents him throwing in his best style, se he went te the keystone because of the. shorter throwing. ... Frnnk Callaway, the ether short- stepper, had a long and vigores work out, unil ioeks in de in inu dcni or shape. Perhaps the best hitter of the ahortst'ep combination will win the po sition. Dec Johnsten is rapidly getting -In shape. He Is careful of his underpin ning and docs a let of jogging nreuna the park each day. Johnsten has un infectious, sincere mnnner thnt quickly wen him the esteem hf his males. IN If HAWK TILT THE unusual value that is in White Owl is recognized wherever geed cigars are smoked. , Burlington, Vt. recog nizes it; se does St. Leuis, Me. White Owl is popular everywhere. But White Owls are mere popular than ever in the handy pocket package of twelve. Slip a package in your bag. Keep one in your desk. Hunt with it. Gelf with it. Werk with it. One package of twelve will convince you that White Owl stands supreme in ave a criAr rvalue vjw ,1 J 1 l. ,il75fi?M K.eAWM , -&'' ? jV x&?' " majsum. xx, jukm the ; Football Rules Tedays Soccer Games; Where They Are Played AT.I.1KD CMJB CONTT Clever va. Uetment, Belgrade and Ontario Autecar va. Hardwlck A Mages, Ardmera, Dlniten Hnw va. Vliceae, State read and Unruh atreet. . . .... Ileblna s. Lighthouse. Tulip and Levlck Albien va. Mafghall B. Smith, Slxtyflflh and Catherine atreeta, , AI.MED XiEAOtr FIRST DfVIHION fleetloe A ' Kenslnrten Congregational va. YVelfenden. Shere, U and Clearfield atrcete. flectien B Gorden Field' Club va. Canadian War Vet ernns. t nnd Tiega, atraeti. Ancennlen va.' Paradise. D and Ontario trecte. Second Dtftalan ratelherp va. Wlldwoed, Second and Clear. n'd atreela. Kaywood va. North Phlla., Thlrty.flrat and Dlekfnien atreela. Olen social va. Brltlth War Veterana, Bread atreet and Allegheny avenue, THIRD DIVISION Nertawget teetlen Kden va. Ftinfltld, Halnee nd McMahon atreeta. . reltenvllte va. Green ntbben. A, and lou leu den atreeta, Cayuga, va. Franclavtlte, Fifth and Nedre trceta. .... ,. ., Nertheaat Heetlen Roaeweod va. Fitter, Fifth and Weetmore Weetmere land atreela, .... Farren va. De Paul, Frent .and Berke atreeta. Wlaalnemlng va. Sunshine, P. It. It. and Benner atreeta. Dlasten Bteel va. P. O. S. of A., state reud and Unruh atreet. WT.HT PIIII.ADKI.PHIA DIVISION Flrat Section Dunkirk va. Vlctrl. Fifty-eighth atreet und Haerferd aenUe. Heneni Section Dunkirk Tteaervca va. West nnd. Fifty, fourth and larke atreeta. Ablen A. A. . Angera B. C. Nineteenth and Drewn atreeta. Kalnbew n. Aldan A. A., Ftfty-elghtli Rtrcet And Wlllewa avenue. Stewart Club va. Victeria B. C, Sixty, third and Walnut atreeta. rOL'BTH DIVISION Nerthwrat Section Colllngaweod vs. Semcraet. Mascher and Adama read. Cambria va. Lighthouse Rerera, Mascher And Weatmereland atreeta. Funhcld a. Roosevelt, Twenty-second and Scdglcy streets. Northeast Section . R. S. F. vt. Frankford Alblens, Itelmstead and Mllner atreeta. St. Vincent . St. Adelbcrt, Terreadale aenue nnd Cettmau atreet. CRICKET CI.Cn I.EAOI-K Moereslown ve. Phlladdphld C. C. Moores. town. A.MKRICA.V UMCIL'K Philadelphia. F. C. va. Harrison F. C, Ciihill Field. Twenty-ninth nd Clearfield atreeta. Fall Rlicr a. New Yerk F. C . New Tork. Fnlce F. C. va. J. & V. Coats, Ilolyeke. M.U9. IH'NDAY (1AMKN Harrison I. C. a. Philadelphia F. C. Hnrrlaen, N. J. Autecar at Arcenslen, I and Tiega streets. I Name Officials for Soccer Match St. Leula. March fl. Officials of the na tional secfer football championship game te be played here March 10 will Include nnre Yeung. Philadelphia, referee; Paul McSweeney. Claten. M"e.. and P. J. Cava naugh. St, Leula. linesmen. The Tedd Ship Yar3 F. C. of Hroeklvn. and the Hrullln Steel Company F. C will be the centestanta tn the championship game. ereverjeu ate cigar values. RATIONAL BRANDS . , r .-tVl Y. . "'. I TRENTON VICTOR OVER CAMDEN H. S. Last Year's New Jersey Basket ball Champions Win Hard Battle in Tourney ATLANTIC CITY IN LEAD Trenten High ndvnnced te the final round in the Beuth Jersey school bns kclball tourney by taking n hotly-contested game from Camden High. 25 te 2T1. The game, which wns the first of two contests of the semi-final round, was played this morning In the Cam den Tt. M. C. A., Broadway and Fed eral strcet. Trenten wen the championship of the tourney lust season, defeating Atlantic City in the final round. They will meet the winner of the Atlnntie City HIkIi HIkIi Prlnceten clash, for the .championship tills afternoon. In this game Atlantic City wuh leading 17 te 8 nt hnlf time. Cnmden took the lead nt the sturt, but never held mere than n four-point advantage and the game was nip and tuck from the opening whistle te the elete. At the end nf the fir-t twenty mlnutcH of play. Trenten leii 1 1 te ('umden started en nn up-lilll fiirht in.Mtleu helnt guard, nnd he is also end tin second liulf nnd ilrcw up en even terms with the Init .veur eliiimnlens nt 11 ull. The score then wns tied for the next three figures und then Trenten shot Inte the lend when Meister made a two-pointer nt ."0 te 14. The ligures were even ngnln nt 18 nnd 20 and Trenten again went into the lend 21 te 20 when Davenport dropped in n foul genl. Melstcr added another IOCS 301 IOIOE COME HAVE DINNER AT SUNDAY SPECIALS Lebttmr Dinner, $1.50 Half Broiled Lebittr Deviled Clam filet of Mele. Tnrtarc Sauc Barbteued Oilcra Baked rolate Chicktn Platter, $1.60 Roast Muffed Chicken, flfblet Hauet Mantled Potatoes Peas Asparagus Tip F!alrut, French Dressing Lamb Platter, $1.00 Beast Leg et Spring Lamb Balled Petate New Spinach Lettuce and Tomate Salad, I'rench Dressing Chicken or Fresh Crab Salad, Fried Oysters $1.00 301 Alt Our Bread, tells. Pies and Pattric I . MW hvhx. v,' ' .V-. Vj Results of Penn and Seuih Jersey Tourney PENN TC-UHNEY i-TeaDy lllgnj i ihutebii man, w. . i West Philadelphia High 31 Upper Darby St. Jehn's Prep. 41i I.e. Hall Prep. M. t TODAY'S SCHEDULE 3:00 Cresby High va. Weat PhlladelUlla High. .. 8:00 St. Jehn's Prep vs. St Jesesfc'a Prep. SOUTH JERSEY TOURNEY Princeton High, 29: Moorestown High, SO. Camden High, SSI Colllngaweod High, IS. Princeton High. 4lj Woodbury High, 21. Atiantle City High, 49: Haddenfleld High, ,8' TODAY'S SCHEDULE 10.30 Camden High vs. Trenten High. 11:30 Prlncelun High is. Atiantle City High. 3:00 Winners of abee games meet for championship. u - ' field genl for Trenten nnd the ultimate winners held n 2.'! te 20 lead with Ave minutes left te be played, , Jebcs. who took l.ebley's place in the line-up for Cnmden, tallied n twe-,4, pointer at- tms juncture anu tut" iargc crowd was fu uu uproar. In scoring; 3 the genl Jebcs Was fouled and it WM& nccessury te call for order te drown the noise which enhued when he nlse added. the( extra point and tied the score atr23 NAVY NAMES PARR CAPTAINS &$ Basketball Leader Alse Plays en L'aV cresse and Football Teams "i AnnaDeIis. March 11. Warren S.i Parr, of Kansas, has been selected te3 n, uns ncen selected tei .nl Academy basketball nsen. Parr has played r two seasons, his pe-, captain the isnvm team for next sense en the team for en tile loetoaii eleven nun n reguinr member of the lacrosse team. ,' Purr Is n fine example of the schel- J ar In ntliletic participation. In three ' important branches, he hns been actively 1 engaged In nthletics during virtually J the whole of his course at the Acad- - emy, but he huu found time te main" ' tuln n scholastic standing among the ) highest in his class. .) i i Committed " t, , ir$f? -wm MEENEHAN'S CAFE 62D &. WALNUT STS. Mttnthan't Special, $1.50 I.ebiter Thcrmlder Deviled Crab I'llet of Sele Tartarc Sauce Clami Casine Saratoga Potatoes Sirloin Platter, $1.00 Ileait Sirloin of Beef Chasn'ur rilsselc Petate's String Beans SUred Tomatoes D e H Fish Platter, $1.00 Broiled Fresh Shad et Fried Scallops, Tartare Sauce French Fried Potatoes String Beans n e muni l Muufnurrs Are Baked by Our nier.tric OvensQ BURLlNGTON,VT. ' 4feM i. -1 ft rtf'. -- U! I "V lt.na i tj.l Wl n r k- f . mi M 1 '.s i. 2f m n 'Ki "H 4J M " ,,j 4- .1 Li !l3f Mi. v -it ' M '" rA --vil -1 f v ' - rA ' i; !'' i . fa I H, i. ii" i Wiil. :. i fvtiwaifftvAi "? 'Wf lWWl . . j ... Ai'tl. . . 'kL wm. t n . !4 . 1 w ;If3i LM!i . i &&X&&X&5& . nnviB.,s i,n.iwr,',iiiflT .i . . ttBYSaMt?;jEiJal5.A',ifli1!rUJ0fS 'MaaWl i In I aMaWTaaaaaWTIiili-TaaMrilaTlMaalMaMlaaiW baaaaMJSLBSalUBBBBBBBSi.'' -''Wi'liSl te wwra 0"lg.