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ENTRY BLANKS OUT T
FO G. U. TRACK MEET
It was . inounced last night by the
managemg t of the Georgetown track
meet that entry blanks had been sentw
-it to the iifferent colleges and schools In
that are expected to eqter teams in the '
many events The ent~les will close on fc
Saturday, February 10, which is one week i G
hefore the meet. This will give the offl
* 'ials plenty of time to complete the pro- m
Georgetown will be represer-ted by one qi
of the biggest squads In its track his- cl
tory1, and is expected to carry off the
honors of the occasion. While Catholic t
University will have about twenty men pe
entered in the several events together si
with Washington and Lee and university V
of Virginia to complete the Soutnern con- t
tIngent of athletes. It is expected that m
several of the colleges in the North will se
have men entered in the dashes and re- cc
ay races. th
KILLED IN ACTION
London. Jan. 1.-The names of several ju
well-known athletes are included in the ei
latest casualty list issued, resulting from W
the activities of the British on the west- u
. n front. Lieut. HI. J. Boyton, Grena- a
dlier Guards, killed in action, was thel
well-known Cambridge University oars-I w
mnan and always en outstandingr figure on ct
the Thames at Putney and lienley. lie of
was the only son of James Boyton, mem- b4
her of Parliament for East Marylebone. I cl
Capt. If. E. Rudman, who was previ- I&
nuIqly reported as missing. hut is now ck
stated to have been killed, was an expert 't,
rifle shot, and represented Ci"fton Col
lege at Bisley in the cadet ; ir in 18W9 fG
and in the shooting eights of 1300 and
BARROW WELCOMES dbiEE.
Internatieual League Will Weleome ,
a Yeas Vaeation'.i
New York. Jan. 11-Speaking for the in
International Igague in regard to the th
Fraternity requests. President 1lward (ii
G. Barrow declared that the Internation- m
alc "and the minor leagues In general,.. ti<
will welcome a strike. The minor leagues Gl
are in no humor to be soerced or forced tt
Into doing something wnich they do not or'
i re to do.' he said. 'We will welcome
., 'e.r's vacation, and perhaps by the t
end of the year the players may sing a 0O
*.ferent tune. Our owners have been
losing money and holding on, and the *
players have been getting the money.
Olur p- sycrs have been treated royally; hi
in fac. during the last five years. theyc
i'ave oceived ton much. A year's strike
would straighten o':t many angles of the
minor league situation.
"1 cannot help but say, however, that
Fultz's action is poorly advised and be0
lias gon. a long way to break his or
* Football Game for 1918.
Chicasgo. Jan. il-That Chicago and ill
Michigan will clash on the gridirosn in us
1916 Is the prediction of Pat Page. a
leader of the Maroon's basketball wi
squad. The 1917 schedule is already di
arranged, but it Is known that Chi
co would welcome the Wolverines
back to the conference.
Chicage'. Bi-Day Dike Race. 2
Chigo, Jan. 12--Chicago's third annan Fi
i-dybicyele race will be held Feb.'- 1Na
. uay 11 to 17, It was annt. need today. Ini
Twenty-two riders, among theme the
stars of the Wert, have bee. obered, p1
open market today and BUY
g. A Model Suit or Overcoat
i to enlarge our ever-growing
)0 and $18.00
0 CHANGE TENNIS
SYSTEM FOR BOYS
New York, Jan. 12-Some changee
ill be made in conducting tennis tour
Lments for boys by the National Lawn
?nnis Association, according to the
'Ilowing announcement by President
eorge T. Adee:
"The committee has decided to recom
end that forty-flve cities be designated
r holding 'tennis center' tournaments
lalifying to the junior or boys' national
"Winners of each of these 'tennis cen
r championships will be eligible to
ay for the junior or boys' national
ngle chimpionship of the United States.
'e arrahged It this way because we
Ink it is a good thing for the boys to
ect the best players in the country and
e them in action. Another change the
mmittee suggests is to lower the age
nit for each class. If Its recommenda
)ns are adopted, the limit for juniors
ill be 13 and for the boys 16 years.
ie last season's experience indicated
at these ages will be better than those
hich have prevatled
"The preliminary events will be held
at as last year. in other words, any
ub, college or association aftliated
Ith the national organization will be
ged to give tournaments for juniors
"Winners of these preliminary events
ll then be eligible to compete for the
ampionship of a district and winners
these 'tnnis center' tournaments will
eligible to compete for the national
ampionship. A player may compete in
I many preliminary events as he
iooses, but may inzpete In only one
mnis center" tou ent.''
Baltimore has beed named among the
OCAL SPORT FANS
TO SEE LES DARCY
P. F. O'Connor, the well-known sport
g authority, who acts as the third man
most every ring and mat argument
at is held in this locality, will take
rite a numuiber of sporting men to Balti
nre today to witness Lee Darcy in ac
m against his &parring partner, Freddy
Imore. in an exhibition bout which fea..
res an athletio carnival now making
e-night stands of an extensive tour.
As Baltimore Is the nearest approach
at Darcy makes to this city it is ite
ly opportunity that local sports will be
ren to witness the famous Ausiralian
igler in action.
All1 arrangements have been completed
rthe Capitallans to meet the Australian
ampion middleweight, and it Is ex
eted that fuily flfty will make the trip.
)arcy is with a show consisting of
ven acts. including his own. He will
x three exhibition rounds with Fred
Imore, the Western middle-weight.
Guy Nickalls Ill in' England.
l'ew Haven, Conn., Jan. 12.-Word re
ived at Yale last night stated that Guy
ickalls, the Yale crew coach, has been
in England since his return two
anths ago. He has been unable to enter
munition factory, as he planned, and
"ote that he would retln to Yale to
rect rowing February
'Ganel Is After Ca.
imosa, .Jan. 1.-John Oeasa man
er of the Kansas City Club of the
esean Association, conferred with
ed Mitchell, manager of thae Chihoago
itionals, yesterday i regard to obtain
I three players.
Meru Pisrce, aepiteher, Is e of the
Iya w==.5 bg, n..,.eL
WIN BASKET QGAME
Manual Trainers Trim Central Whia
Eastern Loses to Stenographers.
The Business quint tightened Its hol
on Brst place in the rnter-High Schoo
Basket-ball League yesterday by defeat
Ing Eastern. 23 to 17. in a hard-fough
game., marked by incessant infringemen
of the rules by both teams. Technica
romped away with its ancient rival, Cen
tral, in the nightcap of the double bill
winning by 34 to S0.
Coach McCaffrey's scrappy little tean
gave its heavy opponents all they wer
looking for throughout the entire game
Both teams' goal-shooting was poor, a4
they missed many easy shots from thi
Little Thomas, from Eastern. got th,
best of the argument in goal-shootini
from fouls, caging half of his team'i
total. although he had more chances thaI
B. Wise. who caged seven out of eleven.
Both teams started off with a rush
the passing was good and the guardin
extremely good, the quarter ending 4 all
In the second quarter the guarding wa.
alose and the goal-tossing poor. Neitbe
team made a basket from the door. bu
managed to annex four apiece over th
free tons route.
Experience and weight told in the la
half when the Stenographers forged aheaw
and manaed to win a hard-fought gam,
by 23 to 16.
The second game was as hard tough
as the first, ending 17 to 11 in the Manus
The Manual Trainers started off with i
rush in the second half and easily rompe
away with Its old rivals from off th
Central presented a crippled team, whiel
seemed to lack teamirork and experience
as three regulars were out of the line
Tech looked like a real contender to
the title, even without its captain. De L1
Vergne; Myers more than filled the ga
in forward, showing a marked improve
ment over his first start against West
Line-up and summary:
BUSINSB. Pesition. K.AST N.
B. Wise..................L. ................. Th016
. Wiss..................R. F............... E ar shas
McW onaM .............0O er................. Baldwt
Wles. ner .......... ...L.. ................ Newma
rerbe ....... . I ............... Cummine
Goals fra Soor-B. Win. (4). L Wies (1). M4
DonsM, Towbem, Tbs.a Earnshaw (2). Baldwir
Goals from fonls-B. Wise (7. Thomas (8). Refere
-0. L Beektt. Uupire-. Y. Hushes. Thee a
TEC. Podion, ENTRA.
iyers ...................4 F ............ Dale
rabb ................... Oro . ............. 1,M
ichneider ............1. G................... Pottsl
D. Plfer.............R................. Kaplas
Subseotuddms-Badand for Cattlu. BIM for Tabt
Tabb for Borland. J. Pfeif= for D. Pfeifer. Goti
lieb for Bo n. Goals frna floor-Myers (i
Catlia (4). Tabb (5). Datsa (3). Long (2). Goal
froms fouls,-Tabb (6). Daley (10). Referee,-. I
Hughes. Umpir,-0. l Bekat Tim. of halve
YOKEL 1S DUE HERE
Salt Lake City Grappler Meets Jo,
Turner at Lyceum Wednesday.
Mike Yokel, the Halt Lake City Mormon
who meets Joe Turner. the local grappler
at the Lyceum Theater. on Wednesdal
night, in a bout for the world middle
weight championship, will not arrive h
this city until tomorrow night Yoke
had planned coming here today to finlal
off his training, but has been grantet
another day by Promoter Freeman t4
stay in New York to witness a matcl
between Georgp Bothner and Gus Leavy
Bothner ha been training Yokel foi
the past three weeks, and will mak
the trip to this city with the Westerr
grappler. John Kilonis. the Greek mid
die-weight. who is well known in thi
city, has also been working out witI
Yokel, and may also make the journe3
here to witness this match.
Yokel is still insisting on naming tho
referee for this contest. Yokel wanti
Turner to allow Doctor Roller, the wel
known heavy-weight grappler, to act a!
the third man in this bout, but Turne1
insists that P. F. O'Connor. the loca
referee, handle the bout. The articles ol
agreement for the match state tha
should the wrestlers be unable to namt
the referee forty-eight hours before t:h
match that Promoter Freeman and the
sporting editors of the local papers shal
name the third man for this match.
DAN O'LEARY IS
DUE HERE SUNDA1
Dan O'Leary. veteran heel-and-to
artist, who is to appear here next weel
at the Central Coliseum will leave Balti
more Sunday morning on the last lap o
his jaunt from Philadelphia to Wash
This hiker, who is 73 years old, mad<
the time to Baltimore In thirty-tw.
hours, and the walk from Balti
more to Washington will be nothin
to O'Leary, who is due to arrive b
Washington Sunday evening.
At the Central Coliseum O'Leary wil
give several exhibitions in walking. H,
will walk one mile to every two and on
half miles that the best skater in Wash
ington can do.
FIBBT RAGE-aning: i-esr-elds adupr
dz fwsions Ot, 10:Ibd Wusenashm 1
Swads Bean, 15; 0. W. Eemsn, 15; Anties1
Andew Jehinman 13: Bob Nl m; eiasha
SBODND BA&CU-Beilg; S'psstes; t,, fiw
-ne. Black lad, 185: Ama 1; MIlky. 13
Jay Thbmmel. 15; Benas F.. 15; Lais Bdder
if: laimia Anni.. les; *Dr. flabrs., l1R
THIRD RAOF.-elIang; 0e ad oe-half fur
longs Rbion 11, 115; Bert L.. 112; Vse
iutidt, 1',; Clint Tuek.r 1ll; Regnis, 115; Vin
eral Jima. Ill; Black Shee. 11; Hnr Walbkn IS
VOVURTH RAOD-ielling; 4-earolds and upard
fy. ad one-half furtog. lires, 13; Undle Bun
13; Jefersm. 1f; Lovey Johnar, 10i; Bachestu
if:; Helen 'Thompon. Wf.
FIpr't RAt:B-&1uing; he-7olds ad upward
fly. and one-half furlongp. Jack Hasn I00
Clara Jame., 101; Gerthelma, 101; AIla Paise
UtL; Oklahoma Iridh. 1et; Pit, W; *Rose Garden, U
BILgT BACB-Selling; i-ear-molds ad upward
ons mile. Bsy. 110: Lone sa. 110; Owrtaia Pojnl
15; Geeal PIthet, 13; Blas Phest, l1f
-Are.ti sfanwaes do-a
Wilde Will Meet Bantama.
New York. Jan. 1I.-Jimmy Wilde, the
sensational fly-weight. Is now willing ti
concede, weight if he can induce Amern
can bantama to cross the pond. Charlei
Harvey yeaterday was commilssioned bI
Wilds's manager to offer Joe Lynch. the
West Side bantam. P,500 to go to Eng
land and box Wilde twenty rounds or
March 17 at 114 ringside. As Wilde scaled
100 pounds for his bout with the Youni
Zulu Kid the Briton will give six or sevei
pounds to Lynch.
Engineer. Wait Gas.
Company , D, Engineers, of the Flrst
Rcegiment, at the Washington Barameks
have organised a basket-bail teean and4
would like to hear from all b'st-clasi
teams in the District of ColumbiWh Ad.
dress all challenges to W. H. McGrath
manager et baket-ball, Washingtn Bar.
101MON NOT WOR3U0
Chicago. Jan. 11--an J
President of the American
said lat night that the rinu'rm
of President David Fults, of the
player organization, seemed "an
Nrchistie." "However." lhe said,
"we are not worrying and wil go
ahead to the training aGsP wgg'e
cisely as planned."
LOCAL "R11" TR1
Washington Swimming Club Captures
Dual Meet by 49 to lItScore.
The Central High 'School swimming
team were beaten in their Initial dual
meet with the Washington Swimming
Club last night in the pool of the Clifton
Street School by a count of 4 to Il.
Considering that the high school boys
were pitted against veteran swimmers
of this section, who ld a number of the
Scuth Atlantic championship marks, the
showing of Coach Brunner's 'choolboys
was as good as could be expected.
The Central athletes scored two first
Places during the evening, Milstead land
ing the honors In the fancy dive and
Leech getting first position in the plunge
for distance. The form displayed by
Milstead was easily one of the big fea
tures of the meet, while Leech's victory
In the plunge was the other big feature.
Leech plunged 6L feet 6 inches in 28 sec
one, beating Palmer, of the Swimming
Club. by 17 feet.
The exhibition of floating and sculling
by C. W. Hicks, of the class of I9S of
Central High SBhool, featured as a side
attraction. while the iUfe-saving crew un
der the leadership of S. Houston, of the
class of 1919, was also very entertaining.
Although the Washington Swimming
Club athletes followed in the one, two
order in most of the events, the high
school lads pushed them for honors in
each race. In the relay race between the
two teams, It became evident that the
swimming club athletes would be com
Irelld6 to hustle to land most of the hon
ors as Central was beaten in this race
by a few feet.
The results of the races are as follows:
esfoot relay-Won by Washington Swimumfi
.Pub (Van Shoulder. Knight. Ruthierd. Stinos);
abond. (*tral High Sebooi (Miltama. Call. Haym,
Solonsol. Time, I minutes 9 3- mends.
Wyard backroks swim-Won by Knight. Wab
baton Swimming Oub; second, ZMU.. W.min
swimming Club; thid. Jackson, Omntral Rigb
Seboel. Time, 5-4 sed.
U-yard swim-Woe by Yen ibuMer. Washaitsn
Swi-min= Ctub; sond. Bsamsma. Washington
Swimming Club; third. Plerson, stral Righ
Scl,o4. Time. U 3 6 seonds.
Fancy divine-Woe by Mil-tead. Central Hih
School (117.1 points); mmd. Benasett. Washington
Swimming Club (10.4 points); third. Houstoe,
(rntml High Sehool (.9 points).
lyard wim-Won by Palmer, Washington Stim
ming Club; second. Hamman. Waibngton Swim
ming Club; third, Mtilead. Nntral Kigh School.
TIme. I miuts 13 epconds.
Wyard breast stroks swim--Woe by Runse. Wash
ington Swimming Club; semoed. Kaiar. Washington
Swimming Club; third. Kaplan. Central High
School. nled. 0 34 seond
Planges for distance-Wom by Led, Oentral Hish
School: second. orell. Oseiral High, School;
third. Palmer. Wabingee Swimming Club. Din
tane. 61 fart, 6 inche^ in IS seconds.
2sneard sr m-Won by Palmer. Washington Swim
min Club; nsa, Campbell, Washington Swim
ming Club; third. CalL Central High SchooL 'ime.
2 mintas US$ aetandi.
One-length sepcal swim tfer (Oatral bes" who
cokuld e swim a length prir to Noembr 1)-Won
by Krmiak: sond. Hartman; third. Smith. n11.
X 3-5 seod
HATCHETITES TO PLAY
CATHOLIC U. TONIGHT
L ocal followers of collegiate basket
ball are expoecting to witness one of the
best games of the reason tonight at the
Y. M. C. A. gymnasium when the George
Washington team will play the Catholic
University quint. This contest will start
at 8 p. m.
Both quints aremote for a win, and
being about evenly matched, a fast and
Interesting contest is anticipated.
George Washington will have two ad
vantages over the Brooklanders. The
Hatchetites have been able to keep the
same men In their line-up throughout the
playing season since December, and the
second advantage is that the Catholic
guint is meeting the George Washington
live on their home floor.
Coach Rice. of the Brooklanders, has
been compelled to shift his line-up sev
eral times during the season, and has
had so little work with the present com
hination that he has been unable to get
a line on five players that will bring
Catholic University has two good play
ers in O'Brine and Glascott. The former
!s exceptionally good at shooting goals
from the floor, and this athlete must be
well taken care of, or goals will be made
by him whenever he is given the ball.
The Hatchetites have a pair of hard
working guards, and Almon. who is
Playing forwar. is an exceedingly good
basket shooter from the floor -and foul
circle; the Brocklanders will be compelled
STEAL RACE HORSES
El Paso, Tex., Jan. 12.-Four race
horses, including Upland King and ilve
other horses. were stolen by VIllista
bandits who raided the outskirts of
Juares and the Juares race track early
today, special agents reported to Gen.
Bell this afternoon. .
The Juares Jockey Club officials and
Carransa military authorities denied that
any horses were missing.
Says Mullane Had Mere
Speed Than W. Johnson
Did Tony Mullane have more speed
than Amos Rusie and Walter Johnson?
Was the Apollo of the Cincinnati Club
the fastest pitcher of all time? So thinks
a good old fan. one who watched the
Reds of 1969, and watched them come
and go ever s'nce. Says the fan: I've
looked at them all, and I shall always
think that Tony Mullane had more speed
than Rusie ever showed.'
Unquestionably. Mullane had great
speed In his earlier years. and r%nked
~well up with the fastest men of Hurling
*Hill. It will be haid, however, to con
Svince most fans ciT Rusie's day that
Tony, or any other pitcher, had the can
nonball force that Rusie usel to wield.
Name ten "fastest pitchers." and Mul
lane wonld be among the ten; name the
two fastest, and Rtusie and Johnson
would get the call: name one alone, and
the debate as to the relative supremacy
of Rusie and Johnson would begin all
Sehedule Meet Delayed.
ChIcago, Jan. 1f.-The meeting of the
National and American leagues schedule
committees~whlch was set for Bruna
wick, Ga., January 15, was postponed be-.
cause of the inability of Barney Drey
fuss, president of the Plttsburgh club,
to make the trip. The meeting probably
will be held in Pittsburgh late this week.
Isviusky to Meet Koha.
Youngstown, Ohio, Jan. 12.-Bob Moha
- and Battling l.evinsky are matebed to
meet heg. January H. Moba will box
w ae-h..4 so-n Am t*e dl. ays
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Overcoats now. . .
AN $18 Suits and
Overcoats nowe. .
AD $20 Suits and
AN $25 Su and
Al $30 Suits and
Overcoats now. . .
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HOPKINS QUINT EASY
FOR HILLTOP T1A
Georgetown Trims Baltimore Tossers
in Fast Game, 46 to 12.
Johns Hopkins went down to defeat at
the hands of the Georgetown basketers
last night, by the score of 46 to 1.
At the start of the game it appeared A
though It would be. a hotly contested af
fair. but it was 'not many minutes of
play before the Georgetown quint was
out in front of the Baltimore college
Johns Hopkins played a good game on
the defense, but it seemed as though they
could not get the ball Into their net
Georgetown played one of the fastest
games seen this season.
In the first half of the game, Johns
Hopkins was able to get only three goals
from the floor, while Georgetown gath
#red in eleven. Fees had five chances
by the free throw route and was suc
e-seful in getting aU. Bouchness. of the
Johns Hopkins. did the tossing of free
throws. but only managed to get two
out of ten trials.
Fees and H. O'Boyel. of Georgetown.
showed the best as goal getters from the
floor, the last mentioned obtaining four.
while Fees had three to his credit.
Cashin. the little right guard of the
Georgetown quint, played his usual good
game on the defense. The line-up and
G3D0RG'rWN. Podtion. JOHNS HOPKIN.
..n .................L. F............. Pfitach
VeM .....................R. F................ ..( r
McNulty ............... nt.. ........... eruon
H. O'oyt.......... 0............... Branham
Lhasin . .......... .I. Boucho
Substitute.-Densm. Baw-=s. Kecther. 111
Butteo. McKeew. Lipparan. Brannon. Refusw
Mr. COllilowr. Time of hai.-l minut.
MOHAWKS WILL PLAY
The Mohawk Athletic Club will tackle
the Carroll Insdtute basket-ball team tc
night on the gym floor of the club at S
tis game will be a good test of the
C boys' ability at the basket tossing
game. Carroll has a fast traveling quint
and is apt to make the club boys from
the southeast do some fancy shooting tI
come out on the long end of the score.
Y. X. C. A. Team Wins.
The Chi team, of the Fraternity League.
went down to defeat before the fast
going T. X. C. A. youngsters at the lat
ter's gym last night by the overwhelming
score of 4 to 1. Catlin. of the Tech
High team, peafereed. The line-up and
Y. M. A. Pot tn (ol.
Yo s ............ .. ............... Dods
Parn. ( * )........ .............. Barbdale
L.e................ .(aeI Doessis
B. t.................. 0................ g
Beha for e Dd. @Gn se Eatr.
a a ara lNss sr Chew. Hle ser
beahui. Guas fmea aer.ster (11). Ye (SI,
Pfrea (new (41. Hapl (4. Oi (S, Dog ,S
Bahnle (S. Gals frem hubi-Payse, I s act si ;
Yug S -u et S: Des 5 ea et a. a-rb.
o(ha.. -no. ef b...t.-a mi
Futurity Entries Closed.
New York, Jaun. 12.-ENntres for the PB
turity of 1919 will close today at the of
flees of the Westchester Racing Associa
tion,. but Secretary Eaulocher was too busy
tabulating the entries received to give
any idea of th actual number of nomi
nations. Many of the big stables have
waited until the last day before making
their nominations, and as the list will be
kept open -for the arrival of Western and
Southern malls of today's date it will be
several days before the final list Is msade
Mis Bjurstedt to Play. -
New York, Jan. 1.--In the second in
door tennis exhibition of the season at
the Heights Casino In Brooklyn tomor
row afternoon mixed dubles will be the
attraction. Miss Molia Bjurstedt, n
tional champion, and Dean Mathey will
meet Miss Marie Wagner and Harry Mc
Neal. professional at the Casino. in the
first match Meleal and Alrick H. Man,
jr., defeated Wctaon M. Washburn and
' 1e-elect Delmont.
New York, Jan. 1s.-At the' annual
eqigof the Jockey Club yesterday F.
B. mtehcock, H. K. Knapp and Andrew
Miller were reelected stewards for the
next two years. Arehibald Barkile, dt
Wayne, Pa., was elected a member. At
a meeting et the stewards August Bel-;
miost wee re-elected president; F. K.
Stage viee 3sdst and M. K Kapp
Annual Mid-Winter Sale
6 oake asm iana iovetmui
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tth m care i the mtter of
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P4B See and Oyrembts at Gemin
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$ 75. Al$S s i
. Overcoats n
$18.75 As $OSs a.
$2 1.75 AD "SS Suits
a in Fa Dress, Tued, Prince Aliert
e are brke. ki-reenber, pha.
The Avenue at Ainth
rBIRD 0. C. INFANTRY
IN MITARY LEARiIlE
Licut. Schiosser. of Machine Company. I
Oranizes Basket-ball Team.
San Antonio. Texas, Jan. 12. -Lieut
'Schlitz" S1+loser. of the Machine Gin
Zompany. Third District of Columbia In
r.iatry. has organized a regimentalI
3asket-ball tean. His intentions are to
)lay in the military tournament to be I
itaged at Camp Wilson. San Antonio.
rexas. and to challenge the winners of
he intercity leagues in San Antonio.
Although the regimental football team 1
lid not make the showing that wa- . -
pected. "Coach" Schlosrer is conft'ent?
'is basket-ball team will come out win
2era in these games.
After practice today Schlosser said.
'"1e team looks very good and we will
Tut a big fig-re in the tournament.
T1, following are the end)dates: For
Wards. Se-r4t. Meers. Companv L. Mc
Donnell. U. G. Cormpany. Ulrich. Corn
pany F; Baikum. M. G. Company; cen
era, ieut. Schlosser. M. G. Company;
imith. Company E: ruards. IUeut. Gio
:onnoni. Company E: Mclaughlin. M. G.
7ompany: Keen, Company F. and Can
Laasa. Supply Company "Coach" Schlos
wer has not made t:p his mind whetherl
1e will play the center position or not.
!ut he expects to get into some of the
The Twelfth Diviion All-Stars at
~'amp Wilson. will rlaN the Texas All
;tars at Austin. Texa. January U. Most
>f the soldiers from -amp Wilson will
nake the journey to see the game.
Plan Willard-Fulton Katch.
Chicaro. Jan. I!--Thors- S. Andrews.
.f Milwaukee. has just opened negoUta
tion, here for a tho-round match early
In March between . J-.s Willard. the I
beavy-weight champion anrd Fred Fulton. i
of Rochester. Minn. Andrews hopes to.]
eloee the match
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BY iALLAUDET 11AN
Cendall Greeners Trim Military Acad
emy in Hard-fought Game. 23 to 21.
The Galaudt College basket-ball team
lefeataI the F.-ishvurne Military Acaderr
r one of the fastest exhibitions ever wf!
iessed on Fishburne's floor. by the co..
core of 23 to 21.
The first half ended seventeen ',c mih
een in the vitlors aor. and the seconi
talf provedI 1i be inole exc.ting. the
efenste wo:k of both tearns was ve
Snederer at center fkr Fishburne, we.
he stat of the Fishburne teaan. seorirg
ifteen of his team's Points. the Weng
wo'hers and Cloud proved a stonewer
lefense. and is scoring Arthur Wene
nade four fle'd g ale. a .d seven from
he fifteen-foot mark. nettin mi fiftee,
bointr out of the twenty-three
GALLAUDr. Position. irmaraN.
I. W easar............. L. V .............. D _.
L W enger. ...... . ... I. 11...... .......... Mayb -r1
Ma m na .. ..**.... ..O nia ... .......' .. ndW r
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o..d ... .. G Ca Il:aea
Refe-Mr Geos. of 'merwity Of Vrgiaia
EORGETOWN IN DUAL
MEET WITH HOPKINS
Baltimore. Jan. I.--Bob Duncan, mer
ger of the Johns Hopkins track team.
La announced dates for the coning yes,
;eorgetown will be the attraction a
-tomewood Field on May 6it a dual meet
The following Saturday may see the
touth Atlartic intercollegiate champion
hips decided here Hopkins has madea
4d for these classics, and is said to have
L chance of landing theme ganes. Wit h
>rnceton and other colleges sending their
tars, this would be a big attraction.
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