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PM?.. i .r7 .'TnTTMIM -...-. rA , -i ,, -"lMrVSTOTl ,STTt. 7?s.!n.'iA',in-v " vJ TJ '' V3.X ' ' .. JV WJP 1 j Y WJ t - , EVENING PtTBLIO LED&ER-PHTEADELPHlA; WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1922 10 Beb Folwell Center Is Redl Brains of a Football Eleven Capable Pivot Man Must Be Able te "Snap" Ball Back Properly and te Diagnose Oppenents9 Play. Is Keystone of Team Br LTJD WRAY femtr tntursllv of I'fnnlTiuil Center. OF AiiU oe iieBiuuiin ui a luuiuuu team, center I, the most exacting nnd requires tlic grentcst amount of nnttirnl ability and constant use of tlie thinking cap. The mere snnpnlngbaclc of Mie ball in In it fcelf the smallest factor that cntR Inte the piny of the Ideal pivot man. Any man with little training jnav be nble te lift the ball back te the man beblnd him, but It takes ene with the make-up of a football player and one who can Mil) WItAY rnmhlnn n it i c k nlnkln with natural ability te play the ritien of center in nil that it re- '"hft'akln? up this play of center it U first ndrlsalle te nole the physical re-flulrement-i and ahe the mentnl ones ffiar" for greater rOlclency. There Wt another position en n foetbal team Uet ncrmiti a greater variation in re laru te height and weight than that of "Fer'a college team a center should It from five feet ten te six feet in height and Mieuld weigh from lbe pounds te 183 pounds, aturally a schoolboy playing the position hheuld be tullt in proportion te these of his own tm and their opponents. rEERE are certain essential that are absolutely necessary before a ttevtr can be regarded as a real ren ter He must he able te diagnose his opponents' plays speedily and ac curately, have the speed and that in rate ability te get In front of the nlev Kith the smallest amount of delav. and en the offense must be able te tend the ball back le the man car rying it under the most trying cir cumstances. , , A CENTER without brains is about as valuable as one without hands. It nt, n miirlt-wltteu niayer wun nnturnl play hears nta til well en the defense. But they never gain the fume that the man does with brains nor are they of as much value te their team as the thinker. Mke Other Linesmen The offensive position of the center it timllnr te that of the ether lines man, that is with one feet further back than the ether in order that lie cannot be pused ever call.v. A center must be able te develop his chaige le greater extent than the tackles and guards for the reason that he lias, in addition te the duty of pass ing the bnll, the necessity of keeping pace with his tenmmntes in the line in opening holes for the buckficld. A finished renter or one that has been thoroughly drilled should be able te pass with either his right or left feet fnrwaid. nccerdlng te the slde en which the formation stnrts. If the quarterback calls for the right for mation the center's right feet bheuld be feiward se t lint he will hne noth ing te interfere with ghing the runner a lead with the ball ns possibly might be the case If bis right feet were back. Ills leg in the latter case would inter fere. This Is especially true when pass ing for Kick formations. The manner In which a center crlus the bnll is highly important, especially If the pass is te be end ever end and net of the spiral x.irlety. This is. an Im portant pan of the play of a center. He unii-r be able te pass In any way callnl fur without making a mKtuke. The cfiitir. In making the He-rnlled short pa, s. that Is for the end run or the line where the receiving back is IT Three-Cushion League Experts Chalk Their Cues for Action. OTTO REISELT PLAYS LOPEZ rpODAV naw the stnrt of the A Three Cushion League billiards ehntnt .;..... I.... ri'i.. I 1..- ...... I'eiinui ii, i ee iipeiuiiK sanuu i.un reu this afternoon at Knl. Allln- 1 i41qksiV9h ability te way tne ye nnu nrp ,, tIjp ,,7, - , - '".v. . It properly. aiuraiiy inen, ,,)leckp( .. , .,,,-- ,f , ' "u of meclianicai ceiuers wii ui u, tinm , ,..,, , ;,,-," " r. hntl back nml who play fairly - -"" ' . BILLIARD STARS IN ACT AY ... .... .... . .... - Kcr's lul ,ird suite. l.'lOO Mniltct street, In which Otte Itelsclt, alwajs a con- teiulir with the best, tackled Frank J.'jjM, the Spanish wonder. lhe 1 resent elinnmlnn nf llin lenpilf Biid the former champions will compete In the tournament, l'ach plaer will ("ny lifty-twn games. twent-six nt etn(, nnii iumiK .tlv . it fii lA.wi if. jng hlllnrd fnns In inch of these rooms lie nn'iertiinity of seeing some exclt- i "ig iiuieheH. Aftciuoen and eenlng W'"s will 1. plajed. It Is the intention of the nfliclnls te . ' mj -in iii lih- lUinii -.- ?l1k'' llls nn nnniiiil affair ami te bring ?.llt new plajirs each jenr. The field J'Us time s the best that ever competed wr the piij-es. of which there will be n total of 11,000. ri,! V'1, ul1" nppeur.s tednv, is the ""iiuiiii et I'ciimylvnntn and a vigor " con ender, who has neer finished nrsi. ,la (h,r(1 ln his , T, nf entiles follews: Lew's " -ii !;"?,' "" '-Hemil chnmplen. St. rtty i,, l!lJi!. unrlil'H recenl Lent snine I'irr Min. l" llllrt "uilnBii, Knn.m i'lt. Mini i i:.i'" '"" iitncH intrrmate rhnni f. ."" m" II ii.u ii'., i .i. i.. t .i i vll en in. ""."."" .MinMiukce, I'liiancp Jiu'c- ,t ... , UHiiriti, i-tti'Hil' Wen rVn."'1 "i"'1- '""''" world h tfiun- J,;..' """"'Iltlllir 'InlKilu. O. lr,h., ll,.h. i.....' '.v,i. Limn lull Inlrultit.. Iqumi.. l, ?MrIe" Ma'eurt. firmer 'wffifr-'rimmnie.', I m . lermer ,,',' '.''' ."..?r. i.n...c,",nfi1"" ichamin,ltt,,J.'00!tWh i' . - i ; ----- VIIUIIIIHUII, 4 IllS I ll. llllnrilu Mill Hlllselt, Philadelphia, ,. Kenslncjten Signs Players l .'uen. fin . i "- . . ""f tiisncii an Hall"y 'if ",','' lv. r 'he Pastern Lumkue, nml tflMnieV v m" i"'"' 'Sa'em. Nei.mLr 4, eie f,.; """'-"en a a hnrf kis-neii Van i .-.."1 llUllltillv rf ll,.. !.... . ... fovember en -"""T m aim nun niiien, "Mlii. tn ii i ' r Bimei addxeua J. 11. melon oil "ireei, or pnen n- eursi ei.. ;--" fe? ,tt, ,"- "-4""1 A Nm Yn.?S' Amateur 'League Open8 Tonight W'si'iPiu Jehn v n iii.. , Ti V. ..;- ' ., "" I'll arte iihn Amnlfur Hankelbull V m-'h un It In ? i ' '" l"ff ""i? ! "' ,("' irii.liilit when Inn Li.rii.lne C'ltili thj.rl ,., i.iitV'",. ' """.'" J', f" ' mammon, of last M'.ir. piny T-ueny en the hlciuu .i',... ""'u ' .). Heimliifcur, ,..,Pr ,r. Mlx ,..,iniJ , ,i, ie,,nu - - .-.. ... ,., , ,,.c ,,, and His Middies Will Who Received All-Amertcan Mrntlen In 1018 nbeut five yards behind the line of scrimmage, Mieuld grip the forward end of the ball lightly with both hands, ene hand en each of the center seams. The tiara should be made in n sort of lob. thereby making it easy for the imck in Handle, and cnabie him te Keep his attention riveted en the bole he has te find and net forced te worry ever whether he Is gelnc te catch Hie pass, as is sometimes the case in the swift pass. 'Tlflj pass from the center te the quarterback it easily handled by the center holding the ball an men tioned above and tnctcly handling the ball back through his legs te the quarter tche in teaching under him te reccive it in that manner. THE most difficult pas of all from the standpoint of the center is the long pass used from punt formations, when the man receiving the ball Ii 10 yards back of the line of scrimmage. Hew te Held (he Itall In that ense the renter must grip the back end of the bnll with ene haifd en each slde of the center seam, with his thumbs parallel and opposite the third laring and just outside of where the lacing gees through the lentber. The puss is made by bringing the hands between the legs with the greatest ,ferrc possible. A hard straight pass is necessary te give the kicker an instant longer te get his kick off and te avoid having it blocked. Games hnve heen lest nnH mtinv will be continued te be lest by the inability of centers te de as written above. A blocked kick is something flint ever coach tells his team te spend time en. it may mean victory or defeat. I have seen numerous ramn' In ail kinds of foetbnll lest or wen en n geed or bad pats from renter when a kick Is about te be made. Therefore, it Is manifest that this part of a center's plav should be given considerable at tention. lhe center Is often responsible for the success or failure nf .!.., i,i.,i. ... - " i'ji mux. for this pass must be perfectly timed and straight and nt the exact height 'THE defenshe play of a center is i rally the biggest and most im portant and Inteiestiny pai t in the game of football and yet thci.e it far less in telling hew te play defense than there is in planing offense. It is here that a renter' natural ability and football scnir come te the fore or make him an "also-tan." Him: center en defense should nlways -L play about two yards back of his line, except near the senl line and en the Hide of his opponent formation, lie then Is nbl(. te dive through the line, mnke the tackle en the ends or go back for a forward pass. He Is also lespensihle for the posi tion of his linesmen In case the op ep op penents should shift theirs. It is up tp the center te encourage his men in the line, keep their spiriiH up, and, in short, be the keynote of the whole de fense. The center position, in conclusion, maj be -aiil te afford n phner the Greatest chance te be In ew:y plav, both en eiTeiiM' and defense Oilier positions, either hac-kficld or line, lack the neces sity of being In the game every minute. Center takes a man who can be In there cwry minute, full of fight, cognizant of what the opposition ingoing te de and alive te everything thSt his teammates are about te de. Leu Little, fenncritar tackle of the Penn team, who received All -American mention, will describe hew the position f t,.(0 s played lu IYIdas Kvcnlng I'nbllc Ledger. W. P. H. S. LOSES SWEET Star Halfback Breaks Collarbone In Practice at Klrkbrlde Field fVv.Pl, Il..l..nlnln. UV, in.ii.iii.i.. . .... . : uiiiunijiiiiu . High Scheel foethall squad was handed n stinging blew yesterday afternoon, when jc Sweet, one of the regulni halfbacks, biel.ii his collarbone in niac tlce. S.eet injured the member when he fell en the point of a small lock im- eeilileil In the ground nt Klikhrl.h ... , , , .. - .. .. .-- '" i ii'iu, wneie no hp'iiieH held their scniiiiaau'es. i m lOCK was h ( hlne hy ..inv ,..! ...Le,. si,... f..n i. "":,,. . ?:"'"": . . . ", V.r, -. "" "? lnl' 'c in iiReny anil ien nat en the ereiind. il is nei Known (lennitc v heu- inn . v ... ..w i.tiwuit urimiiuiy JIUW jOIi-I school te tluee plnjeis. McClaln the l.i . ,., . ,. . . in-- iiu'iiie, nue tore 11 llTnnieiir eg. is stPl hobbling around en crutches, ' while Ilnaen, the substitute end stll has a wienched knee from the ( ei'm.i - town game. ii his Heb Cellier ...in . ,. .. ... iii nise.ne lest iietn , practice for the next few dnis. His mnllin?. illnil 1 ,, . l,,l. . l , .. i Jlenl Mu , S"'"1 l'.",W18 i,et nt the boheol this ineriiing. It is doubt- i r,,l ,. I,il. l i, i " i, I .. fill whether he will den his moleskins liefere Jlenday afternoon. PLAY ANNEX LEAGUE GAME - - . Mnm i,.i.,i .j es . i .. . . Visitation and St. Columba Meet In Third Day's Contest Vlslinti'nn ,,..,i t ei i.. - e, isuaiien nun nt. eluinti.i are t e l.inina lit tl,. tl.l-.r .1. . .1.-1. e .1- Tin, enmn lll 1," !..! .. -' I. I 'A ,t ' .,.... .V0.ll",, '1, UT ' V ..w.. -......,-.!,. mm v-ivuiiii-iu streets Cathedral, making itn first appear ntice In the league, captured Its game with St. Teresa's jesterdaj nfternoen by the score of III te 7. T. Connelly, the Saints' right half unci;, Kiivu his tenin the Jtinin ever Its iilllirilinilts In. innclni, ii tn, ii.li.1n, i .. I.. !,' '. ' ". ! I ll.lll.IH, 111, ,, in tie elieil iil' net ei en n lfi-xmi! run I n",l'u"" J0," '", P"" for the cTtra point. Tlin Nnllllt iml slml tlinle linlt I, mi.. . . . '" . ---..-.. - v . . .... ''vor' (-thedtal get busy In the final hnlf nml rei-lslns-1 tu- teii,!,.,. ,,v ,, ---.... ..... ..wi..,.. mill Ullllieil nil ..iltli i Inli.i'ir n'l1!..!.. ,,. ul V I'nnimllu ...n.ln tl. -.... nil the traseii In illv Ui'J lulu two linHin uf Mil UHII1V3 c.lcli Terente uuya rtea sex tsnortstep - Tenillli. Oi t '.'.I Aniini'" menl In niinle thai the 'lorentii Intrrniitleiial Ihbub llai,e. ball Cluli has mirihaiml Trunk O'lleurkn. Innelder. from the ilonten Itfi.l Hejt It 1 nam the Terente ciud .paia. aeuug uiteurKt, vne l.mutm In 10 'JO played ihortatep (or 1. the injury will keep him out of the,ciew nnd un entirely new- junior vnr- game. ' ' ' C .sit developed. This brings the hospital list of the Deyle, the stripling from West Philn- TRIO OF HAVERFORD PLAYERS .i .. ' ittHtx illHHIB B...Hk.......VA'ifi.Hfl..flr bV bbHv ', v4.f JTv' s' "! V' bbbHbV I rw " s: ?&bbbH' ' , all1' JbbbbbbbH k I r'? ''l,' i!C - S. ''i? 'vtt' , J. fATsjr: Li!i;si?y "-- ". ywjsr W&U;?i-i&r!XZliSfrAy Heney Harmen, Haterfenl rendi, Is turning out geed football players from green material along the Main IJne. Three of his proteges nre pictured above. Allen, half back, Is en the left, anil beside him Is Wilbur, the quarter. The Inset Is of Dusty Rhoads, an end tShMnkm if !-M!te i Coach Wright Has Eighteen Penn Crews en Schuylkill Four Men for Varsity Beat and Six ier Junier Varsity Must Be Developed- Severe Tly JOSEPH THE chill winds that blew across the Schuylkill and kick up ripples en the otherwise placid stream held no toirers the,e fall afternoons for Coach Jeseph Wright nnd his University of Pennsylvania rowing squad. Eighteen crews, with eight huskies1 , , , , . . . , in enen, nan in ncavy sweaters rnccu .,nvy clash en Stitiiirlay. the first of the up and down the rher estcrdny after- major battles en the Heil and Blue neon with Conch Wright, megaphone , 'hedulc. The scrubs continue te use In hand, giving dircctlbns from his tl,e priens I''',' ,f:)r,ma,t,len? u!e'1 " motorboat I successfully by Heb 1 elwrll when coach The fall program a Pennsylvania I t Washington and Jeffersen nnd Penn this year has been highly successful, ' 'V'11"; nccerdlng te the pertli Wright. As I i,.,'or. t'lp first tline n several weeks many as twenty crews bne been en the ,!,n- i, ,1 ulncrln nft... nnnn IVvn hn- ' .1...1 -.. .i ,.ii., i.n.. . i.,,..i ,. f- .1,., iw( il, lnP,raf l ,!. Iii.fnrr ' 1111(1 41111, Tllllll., 11IUII llillt; PImHI-M 111' I li ii . i' .-. ':.:.:. ii.i.. H...X ..e .. ! ui mil- l...B.li ill i...-. l.i.iu ui cue ?car. -J'ft-LIM ;. i :;i n t. ;. .;. ;: ,i, ..nifv beat and six for the junior varsity. The squad is there, numerically speak ing, but whether it contains finished oarsmen capable of taking the peats of these who hae graduated or left school Is anetlpr matter. Wiight is doing considerable experimenting, having five varsity crews rowing daily, out of which he expects te obtain .sufficient stalwarts te man the vacant ears in the two varsity shells. The biggest less te the coach of all came when Mattisen, the. billll.mt stroke of the ar.slty, announced his intention of going into bus-iness. Fer two jears Wright has worked like the proverbial bcacr te make it star oars man of Matty nnd just when he had the stroke leady te be n dependable he is lest. '' WILL be iccntlcd that the stew aith at I'euyhkccpilc ruled Mat Mat tieon out of the fmhman eight years aim. Last year the iieuniiitcr s'stutked tie varsity in brilliant style te its victories eicr iaie ana Har vard, lie was counted en heavily this year. Three Other Varsity Men Lest QJWAX, Jelllnek and Xewcll, nil of ""?' SniuuiUYU, are lie . u.ur iu-.i frnm the Mirsity neat. All tluee were capable M'teians' whose positions will be difficult te fill. Captain Wheeler and Roberts aic the men around whom Wiight is building bis plans for the -pring. In the junior varsilv beat Hesenbeig, captain of the crew last sear: Hnp Dii), Muggier, French, Iiitruhnrt and Slngei me iiiiiwuH ...v iin'eui,,. ,,t.hiL 'n h.. ininnir tin. ,,,(,.,1, IV rl rr 1 1 f linu i . . ... . .. . been ulng a number of the freshmen f,i,m nsf enr In h U Inn vnis llv ereus. ,V, .,.." '...." ."...Tu...:' :..:.... v Vl.nf tl..'. i and iimi "" J" ... l,wi' 1M " "B l"ieimy imil ui-- eterans from the vnmlty aiMt.v elunts win. lie cemtilned HIIMIJ riuiin hiiu ui- uiiuumni in iiiiv deiphla who strolled the freshmen last' J,I,r, ioeks nun tne uesi net w jiur- f0,,,M the hame task for the varslt this , )ear 1U "Bhter is n trifle ight for,,!l l'et. but. iiccen lug te Wright. he has the strength and fight that aie mi esseuii I in lie nosiiien u.,.i t.A,..i i. w ii,n,uir.i,!n l.iilh.' ui" I'lhiH ..ii.i. .ii I ill- i iiuiiii J1 ehaiiipleiislilp, nnd also stroked !, ', ,.v .),.; it niJ,n,i t.,m,i loe nnnie tin" until ll iillisill'il by u scant feet in the racmernble thc national cliampletiship held d e race lu held here In Viir.iuf 1 L. lllsn slri.l.1,,1 tlm W'nst ' iM.lla.lclpliin. eight that breezed across i the line a winner in the Laber Day re- 'gatta at Italtlmete. Tie true Milne of the vnrleus crews will be determined at the time of the nnnual fall regatta en November II and n f .i... ,ilna ,i. ..,.i, in .. ,, i' t that lime the coach wi I seat heilKlH l lliu Cllllllllll ll'S, WHICH ihheuld make for an extm line regatta. Tile IllCk Ol lieilVt heavy freshmen is cann ing no end of worry te Wriiiht. With inure than lifty of the biggest men in the flrst-jear class in the I'nlversity plnjlng football, the crew has been forced te taue the lighter men. .et one et tne f the yearling candidates weighs ( than 170 pounds, most of them coming in between Hfi nml 10(1 pounds ACCOItniXa te the census of the first-year class- ever 200 students iche ueiyh appieximatcly UiO pounds en an avcuige, some much meie than that, ate dcsiieus of rowing, but met a than SO ptr cent have failed te tc tc pert. Wiight expects te yet his man agers en thc job-before the ipiiny ti'eiA stints. 1 50. Pound Crew Needs ."Men rpHLHi: Is also a dearth of cuudliatc i- fiir lhe iriO-peund ctew, which Wiight hopes te remedy befeie the run dldntes rcieit for thu Indoor weik that stilus ui .iiiuuar. 'We liaie ii big wpiad weiklng out daily, said V i right this morning, "and from the ntimbei I think we are going te hove an excellent varsity outfit, ll la rather early te make any nredlctlen. en i.. HU.OIUW makeup or tne vorieui I .. 1.t B.A.11.1. . JT . " Practice Here en Friday for Clash I '; m s s vj f mi u .., w Mattisens Less Blew T. LATHII'M beats because things nre mere or less '" experimental stage. "Tlic less of MnltKen nnd the ether ersity and junior nrslty men Is a severe blew, but we hone te overcome this temporary setback.'' vthilrlie oarsmen wcie warming up ?? tJ'1,lMr',"Jlki11: ('ench IIc1I',mn ''"'' bis gridiron warriors preparing for the "?L .."" b0'!luic e,ulr? V.'i'"""?'..'1'!1!?'1 '"l". l"r MTlllllllllKI' drill with the scrubs. is manned ...!.. .. .., v. , , . ,""'iy Willi Jllllliy plays, Including the famous screen pass. l.,)s MHIer. Hi.. lI.lllBlltT rnnfnln nt ,i, i),i -i in, ,, ;.,. '.,. ... .. ru"cr'" ' ine .Marjumu contest. He backed up the line en the defence and carried the ball scleral times en the offense. Sullian did nei gtt Inte scrimmage at the start, nor did Joheny Hern, both of whom were taking lessens from Heb Terrey, ene of the greatest nnntnrt I. tlin 1if.ilnt, nf i1.a TTi.lnn..l... .-.. tin in I... iinnij vi nm v jii.uinii. of Pcnnsjhnnia. Miller is going te stnrt in the back- I field. That ninth is certain. Ilclsmnn said se yesterday afternoon. The head conch alto had words of pralse for the team as a whole. T,I hae neer seen the spirit ajid fight of this team nt such a hlghwater m.iik as It Is at this time," commented HeNmitn. "Te a man thev I eall.e that the aie going te meet real (ompetitien in the Xuv team, nnd they ' also realize tb.it without light they . aren t going te get lar. fCTIIE tray they have been practie- 11117 ''( it cell and the odd icetdi dropped hcte and thcic hy th" icgu lari and substitute pinie that the Xavy is in for a m'njhty huxy after noun, it'perts te the centiary not withstanding. The team is in excel lent iiinditmn and don't be suipilied te ire a fmhtviy ereicd out en the field Satuiday afternoon that might de something totally unexpected." Mlhe Whltehlll a Visitor -TVTIKI; WIIlTnillU,, who has heen 0.TX assisting 1'ester Snnferd at Itut-I gers, with his punters bpent jestenlnj afternoon en Franklin Field iinntinr, siiir.ils down te the backs. ultl, ,i,., ' the ends inelng down te mahe tiiPkl.-s. Ce.h h Ilartmaii Kept the wlnginen bus. for an hour, with Davie l.iiVi.lll.,., Vi... . -. " ............ .,,. L- .. . uuift. .,, . ,.,. TTnt....,f . . f iLileniltj windows nnd en poles. nie I'hif .mis bearing the Inscription, "Ueat the Niu." The Penn students, u-hll,. ".".".. "" ""h'i.K 0111 of li.uerilllj windows and en neles me nt, ...i, l,plr. H, lnnriM,'..Wr' "ul '"""" ,-llu meiiuj, igure tnnt the V","','"" ?,V p,t(,('11(,nt cI'ance against "" l ehvcU H crcw- . . i...i, . "- Beets and Saddle i ""ute M,m " , Hnby (ral is well placed Somerset Ilnudicip at Lauiel in the tnilm . Commander .1. K. L. Hess has net been urj miccc.siiii m nis tan campaign In Maryland, but he may make a whirl wind finish. Ilnb) (Jrand will meet Tlpplty Witchet, Silk Tassel, Duke .lelm nn.1 liig Heart, the latter being uady ter a geed race. There albe is a geed field In the steeplechase. Horses which sei'iii best are : I'iist l.icc Futen, ISrecklcsby, The Sphin. Second Owrninteb, The Trout. Sea kipper. Third Mountain Itest. J I, IJess H, Ph.ilarih. l'eurth Peer Spert, TasM'l, Iluckwlieat. Pifth Haiti (iiend, Tlpplty Witchet. Silk latsel. Sixth Trevcljnn. Copper Demen. Lunetta. Seventh Dan lleil. lug, Little Ammle, Tlie Wag. Lntenia The White Hurley Purse for two-jear-elds Is the feature of the stieng caul at the Kentucky track tnrlrtv 1tli.uL.itii M'lmn f.,im l. ti.. .. stable is fast, with Pest llabte an Hi land sine te make a lliely contest .ii ; ""''"" niu itrauiey d 11.,...., .. I.I..I. i.. ....... ' -"".-si. 4 tu run ii nil it evfiu ii"sl Hit' ; Plist riu i'- Dr. Hickman, Widgeon Miss Muffins. Second Pompous, Luchv Ituii, Stump, ,Ir. Third Oe La I Ht kab, I.euaiia. l'eurth Prln,.u Welles, Plight Leaf, Topmost. Pifth lllossem Time, Pest Haste, Itrland Sixth Chen y Tree Lady Champ,' Angliim Maid. Seventh Haider, Te. lane, Smuts. Kmplre Cif) I'iist rnee ll. W'nr ren. High Cemniander. Soviet. Second Shaffer. Amanda Heej. Ksimlre Thinl- Siiiif-lnl, Sephie (ieldinan, Irisli Pat. Peurth - llmoiien, Il..pbaMtUs Ou-itake. Pifth - Asli'iihk, lluenec' Millie. Sixth Hlgel, (' clops. Sham.' lock. Lucky Heur and Keckmiiiister will meet again Saturday lu the $25,000 Washington Handicap at a mile and a fourth. Hunting came out of the I,- tenla race litrr- I r -., 1 RIDLEY PARK HIGH NOT fNSELECT LIST Pheenixvllle High Supplants It in Class of Undefeated Football Elevens BROWN PREP'S VICTORY By PAUL PHEP The statement that ltidley Park nigh was In the select circle cf undeTcated foe'tbnll teams Is all wet. Pheenixvllle High rises te remark that It was en the long end of a 12 te 0 score against "Rid ley Park en the opening day of the sen sen sen. Therefore Pheenixvllle enters and IUdley Park geen out of the class of schoolboy plcvens which have net been defeated this yenr. PheenixviHe has met and defeated three elevens te date nnd has yet te have its goal line cressid. Following the ltidley Park High lctery. Down Dewn Down Ingtewrt High was turned back 4 te 0. Next came the Perklemen Hescrves and this fqund was defeated 10 te 0. Re capitulation of the figures of the three games reveals sixty-nine points scored by Pheenixvllle ns ngninst nothing for it's opponents. I'lioenlxvllle Vs. Nonlstewn The most Important game of the I Phocnlxvllle schedule is listed for Sat urday afternoon when Pheenixvllle gees te Norrlstewn te play Conch Zimmer man's team. Hrewn Prep, by the use of the for ward pnss nttnek, upset the dope by handing Palmyra High Scheel a 10-(l pasting yestenlav afternoon nt Pnl mj ra. It w-as the only football clash of ibi nfternoen. The game was hard-fought through -J out and was tcatureu ny numerous ar guments. At first It was thought that there would net be n game. llrewn Prep tallied twice in the sec ond period nnd innde another score In the third. Hie aerial attacK mane possible the first two touchdowns, while . an Intercepted pass and Morrison's 2."-yard run around light end tnllied tbe'linal touchdown. Thp latter plajer starred for the winners with two touch downs. ' Soccer Winners Neithea't High, rrankferd High. (iirnrd College and Upper Darby High were the victors in the soccer matches jesterday. The first mentioned cleicn took the" measure of the Nermal Scheel 1 te 0. Heed's goal in the last five seconds of plav gave the Pieneeis a .".-li win ever tiie Catholic High dribblers in a well-plned game at the Funfield Play ground. (ilrard College, by scoring two goals In the first half, wen from West Philly High. A goal by Murray, Inside right of I'pper Darbj High, was the only score made in the game with Germuntewn High. CUE CHAMPIONS READY FOR WORLD-TITLE TILT Greenleaf and Allen Practicing Dally In Preparation for Match Heth Ralph Greenleaf. world's cham pion pocket billinrdlst, and ISenuy Al len, the Kansas City tctcrun, are prai -ticing d.ul for their match at the looms cf the llud-en llcci canon Cempanj. Iiread and Cherrv slieets. It will lie for 1,"(1 points, loll each, en Thurs day, Friday and Snturi uightn. (Ireenleaf, In spu. of the fact that he iH bau-ly twentj -two je.irs old. Ins ''0('" champion for tin ep jears, and . up- pears id iiuii me ery ciest el hts game. Allen, en the ether baud. Is a eleian, who has sevetal times held Un title. The siting rhnmplnn has net lest a matdi since donning the crown, wiilh I'ennv's i i mil inr the Inst jear lias been leplete with biillriut icteili's The match is niniisled te be the clas-ic cue contest of the je.ir. A purse of SLViOO the largest eer offered for a pocket billiard match and a diamond mcd.tl wl'l go te the winner, in addition te ientiacti for evluhltl'iiis that will mount high lu the thousands .lee .Mayer, n former champion, in handling the match. Wilsen Laces Bebby Burman l'liuUl.nrn, N, .1., e-t .-, n,,.nmv wp. .1.. O-t .. lienniv fn of l,hll..;k'lnhin n it n I iii 1 1 iiurniHii V 'i . "? AS i .ii," . ' u-'r. "Jxivi sh" 'ii -'' ivinJue full .1 i. no th.. limit. '.': I.I''rr'': i'.'.l " '1!:., ?. . h,in1"?, .'" .. i, .1. u . lull ui mi tin in iirf!.. . ... ..... . . r ,in j . in me nil l rmin I Mmiv n ipUistun .of I'hiin leiihrn. knecM out Mil n '"I WrU:h 'iivinr e i-u.iii.c.i,. n . 10 iinni nn.i h nun rmre. or riiimiipipnia li'-t Kill WrU-ht nut in tli fourth Liquor Supplanted by Gelf as Entertainer St. Lenls, Oct. 25. Gelf Is suc ceeding liquor ns e commercial asset te salesmen, nccerdlng te Vincent h. Price, president of a candy manufni'turing company, here today. "Where a snlcsman would enter tain n customer with rounds of high balls In the days before prohibition, he new 1b' establishing friendly re lations en ,tie golf course," 'he said. AT GREEN VALLEY Roxborough and Green Valley Meet in Third Match This Year en Latter'3 Links The Green Valley nnd Iloxberough Country Clubs' golf teams will meet for the thin time this afternoon. It is the INTERCLUB GOLF custom for these clubs te plnv twice In almost entlrclj, Pelwell's object being ' the vpring nnd twice In the fall, and as J? in,,e the punch of hi- team, nnd ,, , , ,, ., the worked Hinoelhly and fffectlvely. they nre scarcely half a mile apart,! There will be practice pet (oils here the rh airy Is Intense. I today and tomorrow, with scrim scrim scrim Iloxberough wen the two uprlne m',,?",F ,,eth nftprnnens. and the sound ' w ene for P hi nde nhiii Krlilnv innicnes i.uc n.e ree alley relKs nre nil set for recuse, and expect fe score their llr't triumph this attci neon Knrlv in the year Woedt Piatt pbned Ne. I .til tun 1 1 rAnti v n ni I ii.i, i... i.. " ..... .. . .I,,,, uiii. iim in is net yet entirely receered from fli.. vinstreke b0 suffered nt Pine Vullev l.l".t 'Illy, he Will he ahsent from this mntPii. Jiet) itnnsfetii has taken Weedy's place, rind will, no doubt cive an excellent account of himself Zlmmcr Piatt is the leading llKht en The plnjers aic : OHEIIV VALLEY Reb Kanitnut riinrli . Here I lOO rie'-i'l-r Mnnn .-.u'lin 1 pter Mip1 Manti'l l"lnlrs Sam I" nl tr .T'iri Mln i:. Smith nnrnnoreii T Khi I'nrklnsen . mmr rimt I'Trrr.. risiier r-Tl 111 rrirt lull Alnhre Jim L lU-nhnck I'nrk i.l.nn Wlt riannenn IM. k liny tne iioNeoroitgu leiin. an, i! Imrke,! hri '""' ' t.'-ij .. iiK.miM i-cnnsri. n number of erv nieng plnxera all:,a tm,n , "gninst (reergla Tech. ' The mutches ai- under the' direc- , .".', htuclpiit section of the Navy tien of Kinini Char ei V.ra w, , ' ('""hnbly will cenlam only the Ji)0 mem handled many teiinnments with s '- ' 'T11 of 'I10 fin,t c,,!'s, ''"fortunately pi.m tdiu te..,r. i the member- of the first clns have PENNSY RESTORES 6 PER CENT DIVIDEND The Pennsylvania Railroad tlivecteis declared a qunr'cilv dividend of 1 1-2 per cent, theieby rs&teiing the eld-estabhslu 1 O per cent per annum rate. BOY FOUND IN STUPOR FROM DRUG IN BARN Jehn Newman, fifteen years old, G027 Saybrook avenue, was found in a stupor today from the effects of chloroform in a barn nt Seventieth street and Greenv:ay avenue, where he was em plyed. He is expected te recover. TWO WOMEN INJURED IN CAMDEN COLLISION Mrs. Naemi Hawkiut, Wilmington, Del., nnd Hiss Jane Hnvring, Atlantic City, were badly cut and luuised today when autenvpbiles which they weie dxivinjr collided en Il.icldeu ave nue, Camden. Beth women weie taken te the West Jeiuey Home opathic Hospital. SCHOOLBOY HARRIERS WILL COMPETE TODAYj Twe Triangular Meets Are Down en the Card The h.iiinis ,,f tl. iia , j, M hoels will see .ictlull again tlli uftl 1 110011. I Twe tn.iukulu amis aie down en the program I he uinnis f i(lt Wednes- (la 's meets. I!, nil llltewn High Veith- east and Vntr.il. will meet, while the I losers, Wist Philadelphia. Southern ingu anil l r iiiKImkI, will iai'i iseth nice m.i he run mw the nn,v cross-cemitij uuiisi. in I'.iirmeunt I'ark. Per lndiwdc.il honors tedaj It will n haul hvtle betwe ii .li'mes nml Meienh.iiU. Nmt m-i Jllult . .M.ittwen Central, mil HhiiiiII'I, (Jeiinantuwii. Jenes and M tt t i-mi vmn their re pei the i.n'i-. l'i-i imk wun ilemiller and Meienli.ick tiM-luus ennd llu iniller linlsheil in tin ten nf Ciwige, the new Speedlmi find .Mi reuh ick w.l.s right behind .Innes, I is tcnmmitc. FATIMiV CIGARETTES iayiS new for TWENTY If you could have asked for mere in Fatima, would it net have heen this lower Let Fatima smeitn UUyeu With Penn FOLWELL DRIVES NAVY SQUAD HARD All Elements of Football In eluded in Stiff Workout Or dered by Middies' Coach PRACTICE HERE FRIDAY Annapolis. Mil., Oct 2.". Declining fe underestimate the strength of the University of Pennsylvania eleven, which it meets in Philadelphia next Saturday, Heb Pelwell, after giving his chnrges teinpnratlvc rest Monday aft - eriioen. drove them hard esterdny in n prnctlip session which Itududeil all the elemenlM of football, end- ingw lib n long scrlmmnge, during which be did net spare the feelings of nny t.ltti nru lir. ,t .tn Irif.wltifr . The team stnrted ns It did ngninst Georgia Tech en Saturday, Conrey, Mc- Kee. Ciillen and Ilurcliet being In the brickfield Later, Nerrls, '"pp!" iiatuiiieti and ethers were given a I'liimre. KtrniM,! n1nv nom nul , lneriln,, arriving in lime te prnrticc , ..n Prnnklln KlrlJ in the nfrrnoen. . " "' substitution of Helies for I.e- frisky at left tackle has decreased the . iivernie ni inn imp i nun it n i.nir n -.-.- . ---- -.- -----. .. l""ind, but it still is a little mere . thnn t In. l " aul I . I")U,"lR. nl111 l" ll"1 henle.t """" ",ls ver repre'cnieu uie ' """.""'J . . . 'Here Is every Indication that the team is setting stronger with every i."?"0?? '. ?C. 1 n!1 .fc,l5u,d V fallen out in a measure with tlm nutheritles, nnd few, if any. will at tend the came Admiral Wilsen. Minerintemlenl. stated that be would permit these te at tend the game who would MSn n paper stating that thej had no part in hazing since the acadm. opened. According te reports, enlj one nmniber of th first class has signed the paper. L0rMG SHOT WINS BIG STAKE AT NEWMARKET Re-Eche, at 25 te 1, Captures ths Cambridgeshire vewtuail,ct. Lug.. ( , t L'." iH A P i It -l.i I ii, ij X. il Cew out of Conic lt.it , owned b Sir L Paget, wun the iimbiliUeshlre Stakes of 101MI piuiiids sterling with etras, run hue telm Miijei 11 K iwer's Poi Pei son ml rrnw wa- set mid and J. A. de UntliM-Mlil v llastj Match .us third. Tlnitj f uir hoi si s ran He-Li'lie wmi bj u length and a half with Piii-minl Arrew- a lingth ahead of llastj Match The b, ttmg was- He-IMie, LVi te 1 PoNened Atu.w. T te 1 . Hnstj Mat. h. 50 te 1 iigiiu-t Prominent Amateur Promoter Dies nii rninrlsin fnrt-nini. t , AHsnilatuin in I .1111 it. ur .iilili iii s s i J minN i f hint I r ,m 'i r f m - 1 1 ni i it i.l li price ; txctsmtk Mrntt Touree Cn Oi Smeeth Your Roris With I y-Hildt,,uiii;.-:;,rg SHOCK ABSORBERS Wd' ajiiiuiiiimtiniitintiniiiniiiiiiiiitiiunimmtiiuuuuiiuii I WORLD I CHAMPIONSHIP I POCKET BILLIARDS' E. Ralph GREENLEAF j 3 NEW YORK Champien BENNY ALLEN KANSAS CITY Challenger October 26-27-28 8 I M. 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That is why it does its duty under all leads, under all conditions, with mero dependability and at least expense. The new ' VIM "outperforms." Vim Sales and Service Cerp. Ilrnatl and Huntingdon SU, n WJgNEW VIM 12-34- TON TRUCK v .vm VAVT ..H CMm ! H w A h i-V b s rr i Lb..- .