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THE PALA Wellesley Five l Local Sc 3my ARTMUR S. W3otR. The Western High School baeket-ball quint succeeded last night in de enalmerw its scholastic title against the of the Wellesley Hi1gh five, of at the Arcade, there t the putercity title from the tge tu team f7 to f Iom r the Senator Weeks, at Mateachu h ee up the lint bal until the apa ed cndth period the tene "as though hn terms and would hape been playing yet but for the substituton tf Chamberlain for Peck and the we esg of the visiting quint At the hme of tze mbsttutio. the score stood four as all, both team fighting their beet e. who for the pat two weeks La been in bed withe the mmndes and grie appeered In the localn' line-p. and it wese through his efforts In the last chap gat e me and title ca e to asington. The little forward. po tbengh week from his illness, started able in the ioat period by shooting ea baskets d fye free tosses, while Chn-al ~beal,. jUbmkttuta cernier. coriib bled two tongt h share. It was the fight of tfle Georgetown team which won the game. Too much credit cannot -be given them for their performance. Finnerty, McCabe and K~eefe kept the Mamachueette team in the running due sU Mrs, Iseman Mrs. George Isenmann and Mrs. Louis ogelsberger will battle for the bowl tag championship of Washington to might at the Grand Palace Alloys, when the first five games of the "~rise of ten will be rolled. Not since the first indication that such a bout was prob able has the Interest In the two rivals bean so great, and when the Initial ball is rolled tonight, the hall is ex pected te-be packed to Its capacity. $30 SUITS HALF-$1 ' PRICE $20r, 2 SUITS,U OVERCOATS Wol.. mr omig -. hih .t..wil cwt a lot mre m0 -es winer. Now'. the time to We .a apeid talr-.d slt.. Like a "wanted and bet, es they aie imi quaiti o if 4n pri eliv t the m tame $1.50 gloves oly bedere $1.15-due appreciatioma is asked of the reader. IS ROYAL S GAlsu m.n 3eaten by liolastic Champs ..g t. f.rt part. te game through their ahootig and a exptional Boor work, and it ws. the wedaemiag timee men wick - defect. Ptlns, Cham ertahi and the two Westera guards fe-tnged the play free the local stand point, and will long be remembered to the folong an hand. The largest crowd. In the history of basket-ball packed the Arcade to its ea pacity, and tontght. whem' the Hnumeee team battes the ea-o-n champo, a larger crowd is ezpected. Immediately after the game Coach P.ut nam. of the oaeta quint, extended as Invitation to Coach Wem. of Western, for a three-game Beries to be played in. Welesey. It Is prehbmafnml whether Coach Morse will acept the htitwnie, as It Ia known that there will be mena handlep against the Wahingt s schoolbe should they meet, as the game in the North is played in a cage with no out of bounds. lone-up Bad summery: wan3ug. Pedtm' * c~mur. clie ... .......... .......L . ............. .l gi an ................. 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Friday night' te anal five games will be rolled at the Arcade and there, too, the foflowere of the alley garne will turn out In large *amberg, Mrs. Vogelaberger, the pride of Machf Pleasant. is expected to win the tit and her friegade are banking our ta4 score. The winner will be deted the total pins Ist the ten games CROSS PUT TO SLEEP BY MILBU&N SAYLOR Cincinnati. 0., Feb .-Milburn baylor. of Indianapolis, today saw viesons of much wealth ahpd of him. For Naylor last night knocked out Leach Cass, oS New York. in the fifth round of la ached uled ten-round bout here. It was the frst time Crows has been knocked out since Fighting Dick Rylpnd put him away in the forty-first round in 13t AnREeW ARgnonB Wins. New Yok, Feb. 3.-Andre Andeeo, the aensational Weatern he~y.weight, added oma moe ancot to hi.. standl growing flat wha, he-stonppqd Jim Stew. art in the dith robend thin afternoeg at the Clermoat Athletic Club. Anderas the st bell mounded. In the folowtag poriode be mteeette battered - ftewart int he bad the latter tu a he~tes ern dlitnet Ager drop hbweIr bte.s In the sthn, the Mefere mm.pe in and eened a helt in-ee Stewrt. the giter anche der me gbaa~mm en2sama LM teem ine aeea, & -dmg siged a esiatrM u~h'the saeils ehi ser th senams ed Us saer ameenueg last mesi that hes Weela net es g edvrmre M, 5 M1 e asemae.s.a i h, he been re . hbem the mae Zgaes ot a eenage pt for l ew! " De Tear}.. mapae >w tArty" r.. i ; apc4 hmo m uef me. dorm a botin Wbmrt, 1Msat oss a edetso at the edor ys ntrdayoersebt 1e e eam 1winr bediays. beld a dath= o serod ih - dad a ,e less Ntie than It to, ell. gae the hebs what they iest ne MtaOe. em en Ntsbet the egestry have pea- 1 wVaeulty sr aet esseesimse den their p ss. ---M-..-- that he ad te- 1 y the ttd e , or to, be ss.that heolead teded bsi 0 Msa e It as ken -----"'. Pbs. McNemtaa during thes p ast +tte triad had been amasaar settee fa at temptan to pct George Wastes as the Athlette rt.ag. Threagh hmi eoa ef torts .the oad football debt bat bees Wiped out. a bab.5hefl tam had bess plaedb the sold and Iadser mees During the aest ft mneth. Past, -e Resar had obtetnel plods emesh studenta to inress t of football thi failt. On top ot this. Oehm is week has ly started, he throw op the spun/ elaa lug that the conservative ea1-ty chargd hitm with .aceedbig authority sad that presstte. ifor McNemar 10 ambithes) would, never es with the gseeat regina The unsbaua eat Wash tagten to a I-went backst ball and fe,. They hse ptadged their smpport to edelSe e5desWer. Petitios 4 drolate and signed by have Prof. M Nesser e~e were the stademto -oas--ider It. previs.a --e-et-g Prof. Mcomer'd Durine e fat. Iee sears George W- gm hka deprived of the greatest over invented. eemmty0 ~,e~ a The tive amter geMstet out to aD to revive the sport thath shi debt hanging ever the "Ets debt was eon traete' darg im 19N0 football -esn. "Wipe out tit. befoe Pod talk about plauyt 7 1 agahi," was the word Pased out Hest that enservative faaty. Prof. McNemar and ethers quiely get together apd wied Out the deb There was great rejdotog and it looked as if football a'ule seen be restored. Once more the 'or5rvattoe faulty dema--ed that the a ^.d? eta m-t pie e both moral and na11t1 ampport If football was to be plays' Pedg* from mdergraduates guaran teding t Amount neo=a=*y to run a footba team nelt fal were farthoanag thrugh the unthring esorts of Prof. McNmer and lhis friends, and everything locked rosy, until the public was in torn- tIh.t Prot. McNesmar in doing his part t Areds restoring footbitl had et cede- as authority. snd feeling that he wultd not be supported by the faculty. simply tossed up the .poss, Gearge Weahingtes studente speely dM Blare that President dtokten does not waist football. The Andsrghlmd e are -ore becase Prof. MoNemarma the handwriting on the wall and segned hit post. there ts nobody. It i eidmsd who .an step into Prof. Mlemr s asses and 1il the hill, that.s why the boys want him back. e e e e After a lapse of mary y feethaji was restored at utbUnivs dt. GNew York, despite the eppoitoge of I evident Butler. The hndet.d d-meaad ed this spart and they aly get what they wanted. It will be inteesting to poe what effect. if any. the student petitions to President Utokteon wil have for the reasati-nt of Hret McNemar. Just at pregnt the rumors which have been floating arouad are to the effect that the oesaprvattvq faculty at George Washlagtia does not want football. WhiE will the answer be? Jack Dana. manager of 'the Balti more Orioles, has signed up for a trial Herbie Thormahlen, the big southpaw twirler Grimth took to Charlottesville with him last spring. Thormahlem showed the Old vox-a good mastion, and. a fair curve, but no smobs, ad lete .was released , If the youngster has boon able' to acquire upeed to hi. asesrtasent of headers he mnay he sble to keep hi. heed ove water In the Intervatinal Zd~ij.e o e e seperetitloe feae I taCincinnati are samid to be pulling for the Beds to loeb thiroe sn gass. thi e seon. bweomdago.deg' it? One would tidak theCbg would wtit peseitly ca but tbsp -agur that the flede win he better et in the end if they Idbe a fe' a str. BaeP why. to~Pam ofthQe - Seat ede haeve bad !eto3Mbebelted t~o ita to a tart, hells adew miansEis wbp toey teg -ts Ahey -p -s p mmAa ai tt~ r wa m Ua m VA-.Rr0" Mr sea -M . us .. ds1se we a .ek. b us O te.egatIo,' f PRf.. McNemar Wi Hae No Bmeiaseln Indoor Games for Marth 4. Gwegm Washineto UMversty ecis dat wlgt heanded as ahsolutely without ; e m that i spread use rting shes to the et that he re.nati'ea f Prof. LeS. Clevela i HNemar, NpBetary Of the fIndty er nttee o. student at.est, wuld r.a it o the aerlatin of the ehath manua ldoor track meet, scheduled to hek place en the 1dght of knteday. iaseh 4. Anoesaerneet was made that wepar lees lir the meet are being pushed foe Ward with viger and that from preeat prspests the afair will be one of the most -lnomf:1 ever beld. The major parties of the work of preparing for the mset already had been done at the time hat Pret. MaNamrs resig.natio was re meived. and eemasenmtly the handicap mufbred 1y the unireraity t his ass wil be greatly en The rumor even had gome abroad that the resignatien not ~oly would mema the aneallon of the tuack meet, but NoUNl result in the death of all to if athletic activities at the Institutiom. In answer to this, omdais of the at -sity poleted out that preparations ar rapidly being made for the developmenet if a strong football team' nest self. It I. speeted that a coach will be signed op within a few damp. tmarrangements hare been- made Ba one-mUm relay race between George Iowa University ang John. Hopkins at the track meet. This will be but one of a swiesf hteresper 8y between intitutions of prominesce. c anseat raes are being arranged. The final pro gram will be anneonced early next week% The evemts will be a 40-yard dash, pole vault and two-mie run, a new event. George Washington is training maen for ally of these. Senmme, the veteran George Washington vaulter, will try Hard this year te win. He took =econe honors la year. ARTHUR RATH FIRST IN BIG MARATHON New York. Feb. 31.-Arthur Roth. of the Mohawk A. C.. the former junior Metropolitan cross country champion. won the Bronx marathon, a twenty-fve and one-half-mile run held over high ways of the Bronx, Westchester and Rochelle today. He finished nine min utes ahead of the second man, Hans Schuster, of the Swedish-Amertan A. C. The victor's time was 2 bopue 40 minutes 40 seconds. Harry Luslk a Cuban, representing the Morningside A. C., fapinhed third. - GIANTS WILL LEAVE FOR MARUN FRIDAY New York. Fb. ?-The first contingent of Giant playqs will leave this city tor Marlin Friday morning. The party in charge of Eddie Branalck will include Christy Mathewson. Catchers Wendell. Kosher. Kenney and Sandberg, Infield e Hunter, Martlzy and Mmsh, and Cut fielders Hefrison. Babbliton, Rousch and. Jacobson. Dooin. Rtt an shepner will be picked up on the way to St. Louis. At the Mound City Schupp, Schguer, Roseinger, Farrell and Cole will join. Sherman, Kramer. Thorpe. Kelly, Brain ar4,and Rodrigues, the Cuban. will re port to Matty direct from their homes. McGraw will tske Southpaw Palmero with him from Cuba. McGraw .}s due in Marlin February 3. May Spring ".rprise. Hagerstnwn. Md., Feb. 2L-President C. W. Boyer, of the Blue Ridge League, who in also manager of the Hagerstown team. announces that he has sent a contract to a player whom be tipects to sign as player-manager for his team for the com bag Mr. Boyer refuses to divulge the 'me of the player. -And if he sue oe* In gettinq him he will spring a big nrp on the managers of the other five teame in the league. '1he prospective man Is outside og the Blue Ridge cir at. ittle Rock, Ark... Feb. 1.-Mike Fin, the, widely known Southern besebell manager, who recently umlerwent a -a isus o~r~o, han -so far recovered as to be able to assume the management of the Beamont. Texan, team late in Match. Rdiwt= Pa.. Feb. 1.-Clande "Koky" sorstop on 'cet Jenaski's Went ae gbaseball nIne. will be given a ay Coun' e Mack. He han yeoeived tog o report at Shbe Parkm April 3. .eai..ia-Le...Lxia.. Willi Curry, of tear Yor. the fth sun of their echeduled ten round boit. is Bfeoklyn this afternoon. Veesmvlle, 2L. et.f-;7ede Law, glaprelry 'Sne ~ leaing wlyrdI Southetheand o gersteres sTae. - lAidd a b a== of ag Hut Mhmdane cha pss, the Joy aes, o em Md-yestestday afterneo at the' mrsen as he eothse Unlseity qet, a e ohs h hopes had been plaeid, went to dehat WON* shi Washtieste, d Lee avs x to Ul oni e of the lktiest ees ever apd the city. At the Meoganhig of the the loal .ana~las ' had a asght edge- on their sppeate. but toward the end of the the lead and , ned in t t position diwing the rent of the gama being tied ut ones. At the time durlm the Initial wiedaen thn were going good for t fmdake-nas, Capt. Young of the Virginia quint, caged a bhsket three guarters the length of the court. which was followed &esbly by one of the same ohneacter by Yonny Barrett, of football faans. and at the end of the drat perted the Washington and Le team bad a three-point tensgin en their . opponents through thee shots. After the whistie blew, ending the in term-sco, the teams again battled for supremacy, bringing Into play some of the tactics exhibited by treddy Welsh and his coperiners in the reped arena, but owing to the fact that only one man ondmed" It was tmpopible to see all. Barrett and Pierotti, of the visiting team, were chief ofenders In this eepc and only In order to protect thonsei did the Brooklond men return the panis ment. With the score standing fifteen all toward the end of the second period, Bar rett caged two beuketfroam the middle of the flr, but be outdone, the Cftbhn U. five soon evened up the ceount, both being nineteen points. Her. el who thus far In the game was ua ewa, excepting for his jumping abil ity. came to the rescue and scored two baskets in rapid sueeeseien and with Barrett shooting a free toes placed the score beyond the reach of red Bioee low auyt The play both team was compara tively the Am. with the excepeon of shootiag basbts the local eint retying on working the ball beneath the basket and then shoot, while the vsting men would shoot the whole lsagth of the floor. It was the ability of Barrett and Young to ease the tang bakets that teek the only hold which Washington has had on the douth Atlantic title away. Mouahon. the little guard of the lecal college, was the minetay throughout the gane. because of his free toeing and guarding and his performance will long be remembered by those who witnessed the IJne-up and summary: w. ~ d L 14aana. Tcaluou U. _arae .............. l.....arg Geham ................a ......... mes aba .................Orw ......... UiMs Tem flgt.)........... 0. .........Eees tilet.) Pieta ............ 0.............\ M-miees O os n dd-eN-artir. Rilw. Kwa m. H"lbe, Doant151, Be"he(i), yon M. Fhn tom u-tsaam (q. Hinwte (IS. Demet YT ng. efree-Mr. ushes. Time or sash DATES ARE NAMED FOR MARYLAND DOG SHOW Baltimore, Md., Feb. 3.-The annual bench show of the Maryland Kennel Club will be held March 14, 17, and it next, in the Richmond Market Armory. for which entry blanks prize lists, and full in formation may be obtained by application to the secretary, room 1, Calvert Build ing, Baltimore. Md. Nearly 5 silver cups and other trophlg have been donated for competition tilE year, in addition to the usual cash prizes in every breed, which Is nearly twice as many as have ever been offered for com petition by any Baltimore show. eatries close march 1 next. CANTILLOIN AMRs -CLEVELA TEAM Milwaukee. Feb 3.-A committee eon slsting of O. E. Wathen, Louisvifdi A. F. Timmne. Milwaukee, and Mike Cantil los, Minneapolis, owners of American Association baseball clubs, or any one of them, is willing to purchase the Cleve land American Association franchise and place that team in Toledo. provided sat isfactory terms can be had for playing at Swayne Field, it was Announced yes terday. It was further announced tha\ if sat Iefactory terms with regard to Swayne Field are not forthcoming from the bank ers' committee looking after the Interests of Charles W. Somers. owner of the fran Ise. by February ii. the Cleveland team will be located in another Eastern city. BURNS HURTS SHOULDER ilants' Omeltder Falls in Swim mijgTakr at LIttlO Walls. Utica, N. Y.. Feb. .-George Burn. the Giants' outfielde ,Is bothnered con siderably today with en -injury to his left shoulder, suffered, by falling in a swbo ming tank at ittle Falls Y. Ia. C. A. last week. Burns wIll consult a surgeon here before leaving for the spring train ing camp at Martin Springs, Tex., next week. Philae Fb.2L-Mke Dorthes, Pnnb's champin heavy-weight wrestler for the'last two years. denied the rumors that he would he able to enter the Cor nell' dual mieet which will - be staged in Weightman HaP on March 4. Th strong nuna dislocated his right sheal er in a practice bout more than a month ego, and although It was stated ebent the campus yesterday that ha woul* he ready 4to enter the Cornell contestS ' he denied -the reports. *I do not believe ~tJ wGil be able to e'e the Cornell meet. gan I eveg doubt 4 will be ia enditisk to tIn the intercollegiate Annqmpaas arrivat lat fuwenri rk sat ** doer by3.,~~ Wei. ptidet ol Iblawge- Z and rnb teUqutern, ee Aei lastpmssa_ NOW ? t aagn -ieltr t. I .n Navy lard Lie us-Mast Gum vs. Mt Pleasmagd emsu.-PrUtme vs. Parks. Georsgtown A. C. vs. Cavaangh & Kem Iricks. Nautical Leage-Rmterms ye. Ivory Soap. Agriculture Inter-Bureag League-Ant mad Industr v. Weather. Terminal BR. Y. H. C. A. League Electricians vs. High Level. Marine Corps Lewaue-Ubig vs. Cana Hen's Ima-Osage vs. Logan. Mu gasma Lean-Omteren vs. WaMngton City Tem League-ey ais vs. Interiors. MEEHEREMAC 2 Mddle Atlantic Ocials Will Gather at New Vllard Hotel Next Thursday. The annual meeting of the Middle Atlantic Golf As.ciation will be held at the New Willard Hotel Mareh t. Clubs of Maryland. District of Co lumbia. Virginia and Delaware make up this organ=ate. Important matters will be din-umsd besides the annual election of oftier. The amectation may banch out, it Is reporta mince several Philndelphia. club. would like to Join the associa tion. The Quaker City dubs diMssese joining the association some time ago. It is aid. but no dedntte step was taken. Representatives of the Phila delphia organisations are expected to attend the meeting, when the Vrepo mition will be thoroughly discised. Leda golf enthusiasts would like to have Philadelphia admitted to the association. The Quaker City has many clubs and would add much in terest to the annual tourtenent. to the last few years the entries have been limited, but with' Philadelphia as a member the list would be con siderably larger. Ralph Bailey, of the Wilmingtem Country Club. is the t president of the ameoctation. McROY ASSOQATED WITH CLEVEL CLU Chicago.Feb. H.-Robert McRoy, former secretary of the American League and for a time associated with James Mc Aleer in the ownership of the Beston Red Box, will become an official in the ewly organised Cleveland Amerltem League club of which J. C. Duna, of Chicago. i. president. Official announcement to this effect will not be made until the formal transfer of the stock of Charles Somers to Dunn and his associates. The plan is to retain W. 8. Barnard and W. R. Blackwood. vioe president and secretary of the Cleveland Club under Soners. DOWN THE ALLEYS. - OT 3o1A.&a DVCKPiWt LEAGU . a.rbe........ K slAebe... .o.r........ M Tl IR ... ......O s M .. .. 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IIU t~mlthl. 4 to S. 2 to S. out. third. Thaw. 1144. 1a1. into'. Afieat.. and 11.111 sn rm. 1IPW RAGS-Ome ate and MY yiidt Civing s, 13 (tate,. 3 to 1. m to t, S to i, mm 0.iintetla, a (Uvudlartl. t tS 1 s. to t- t. 1. oma; Cu~ubua. 1M (1totik. 0 to 1. a to 1. 4 to 1, tbid. Ter. 1:11 AtimI.t 3dk .bm, ibm. Loae May. 1Mma.... ChatsI F. 0,tertlu ar e tn HAVANA ENTIES PIRS? RAI'E-&ibt: taue am. S~i- 4" and swud: Orre cod ...Wharf fbtrte Pa1 Poaol., 1: -TWOl 36: *Weaakg II: 'Wdfa ROdAN. 1: HIu. Mt; ('.im Id:e llt e-e~i peels anePk x.F6 - t M rnr~ Ii.. of the Maryn Agriodturel (M lge fodtbal team. wtil schedule ready for ammeisemnt wg a few weeks. 11e Agtee hees a M. eetmetios lit iem.s n t ed. a e doubtful if amy oeflet in M r has a meere dlfaeut e-e C Oste for the tate ckss wil, f cooa , be tayed with Wgw Maryland, St. Johs,. W=.aamten M a and Hopkis. Ashslte tUiwe . wIll be tmet in s gsoe with wirl geb has prove a thriller am-et the h tr rivalry that hae spg op between the two school duing the last few ars. Also there is a poedbiity of the fara er.' and Georgetown tryeg candadems. Gallaudet, the Agatep Ot rivals, e' booked for o ttune during the early part of the season. The Aggie have made a ntor eke In arranging game with the powerful Virginia Military Institute eleyem at Oil legs Park, the latter part of the mesasn This contest tn eapected to prove one of the moot attrastive of the enema. It being the first tine the twe eadepis ever met at the gridiron game. And her new tean of note on the Marylader schedule is Dickinson College, ne of the moot formidable elevens in that Stats of crack eleved- eysli-ani. crc lvPAEARN WjNS FROM GEORGE CHP ON FOUL New York. Feb. W-A erewd that - ed the arena to the doores e sesmet this afternoon when Young Aheam. of Brooklyn, and George Chip, of Newesaete. Pa., set in a scheduled ten round bent before the Breadway Sperting Club 1%e beat ended in the flth roet. Young Ahearn winning on a fee. 1UAZU MUML P=O0T R~Asi; S~eeet odd : Se and one+1 heaW la MEg, s. 1: f t* 1, T to sme; Nde dear 112 WPes - ow . e o. 1 e 3, ee. Besene Bese. R (C Rest). 4 e 1,5 t . N hI ardTe. I a los Ga(&4. Q.. Zme Renen, C.tere Lae Jeam, Meatemme, hesns, Sea, end e-., Ilar at., n Em NwD EALC- a-y e16 and utoare: tae nb: d abting edie (h. It (Usm a in 3 to I to A, en; ffe D., IN 4 f +s ini t to 1. en. ame; ie.arn e IUItes f o t. 1 to 1, 1 t . thm Ti.e 1 -t' A nat. JeMam. Noma K., Air Use. ad Reae'. 3its sin tea. T1IRD RACE Pw and enmbha forrea. nstedta fi. 111 EKrrsbeh 5 to f, 1 to S. 1 to 4, vm: nLw.. IF (H. m,,l1Ust 1 to 1 1 to en. oved; Baterka. I nC. Rent, 1 to 1 1 e. 1, I to 2. thIrd. Trse Id 34. Thas mste.. beet. SAm Berbam. Mim Pl. T.e ..ad Ns, e... Ir. Fttrlpe RACK-tr frte.m Ura.en 1ee (Mulhare. 7 to 1. 3 to 1., eove en: epna, 1sn tn. MHiing 3 tr 1, ee. 2 to. i semed Jar ored, In WBustr.. I to 1. 4 to 1. 1 t S. thiri Tine I. t34. Carrie Pen.. Row Edith. Taliaha tad Kastsess, al-w raf. T11 RACE--e fwteew Ald N. Y C amUt, 3 to . T to 1I, 1 to 3, wem : T.nt Jake II (3uta ,. r to S. 3 to a. 1 e L. sem.d ;Eansr. 115 P 1io, t to 1. 3 " 3 to a.ii-4 Tee. 0044. ndia Graie, Aurtas Or, and C fe it SIXTH LA t--Omte, 1 Ic uustM. fs We . 3 Io 5. 1 to 4. en; tise Dot, It rWeaed. 2 to 1. to I, 2 to S. seemd: Capt. Dhen. '1M fPaes r to 1. 1 to 1. 4 in 1, third Tise,, 1:,i Les Cedom . Loan bAur, r EK. Marat ad e dF II asr ra. IIUARZZ U=TIIS. PIRS.T RA(W -foea 3-yesr-.d. sd nt di furkoiep 'Heise Jams. We Nha Piset. W; Tha.u 10 Il.se I 1i *Anne Me, WM; Jeine FSmal1 S Vn. It I. PhIaht. I; 'Tat. 7A., I. Lady .e 3at. 'n: Phew, 1B; Clany Coot, t1: Ritte Ma,. 1I lan. 1A: uhee an. 11:' trOINND RAr:-0iAig: 5ee1 and v~ a mil. *ai4g Ma, S - *Weisams. a' 'utor. I: Jak eRena. 1: Jna. U; INAmit. DMR. 10: Sarer Oil, M; Ortetsmta, W: P3' ic. 101: *lahrlie. AL THIRD RACK-UeMt: 3-ye-de.: 0w ad me. half fertreu "lstdam. ; 'Bis. tiesis.en iN lachis, .1: *e. . : SIe, m FOUR11s . ACE fasene Arne. 31earek,. and -stad: eseve fwooma -Elt am . 1w 1,11 doe, Ef; ONl Star, W%; Dundrerr, W. Jstier Glaee, 11. PF1l1 3ACEK--Amng: ),.or-Ade sad rya.. sx Ft did Coin Kf. *Willt, Ii: "Ed Ne: eM. 1W: Pwluie i: lAuli Ate In: Q Nime 112 n.ed 3. ta ae. 1 SIX11h 3tAC-frme 4 ye. ld etsadn swrt oe and n54eb1. ones. *heante 3ene. e *A1, 155. arnarM, en. "Tapr 11a U; 14e-o-e 1s. *Apenin anese elatmed Willard Takes Ioag Walk. ChIcago. Feb. 22.--Jees Wllar d a et M for a long wa,1k age today end peared to be fairty St Toni Jones, chaimptona mnanage. ansnounced &a Willerd would do mcee gyinneisinu week Thursday or Friday. and that they SeMid leave for Newr Yerk feaurday or Boner. es wll oantisate his h1& th mthwith Frank Versmen 4.. t MMEJA