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. IN THE CASE OF THE GREAT MEN IN HISTORY, GENIUS AND COMMON SENSE HAVE ALWAYS GONE HAND IN HAND The Times5 Complete Sport Pa " 1 el Coach Apple Wffl Kep HkLapfe I I Busy ia Many Branches of Sport J Tex Rickard Expected to Choose Eastern Site for Heavy Contest Heme's Jack Dempsey Performing at Walter Reed j Penny Ante . ladies ght. By Jean Knott (0pMtfmMW(MMymi OfiATi- M. ttftWfcE MOW LCsseNL t UNlT ONE THfcNKSr NEAR GiJTHA.rvl -FHE. MEfcS pfmrvfCS U0E- G:oi IF you LOSEVoO PAY ' Vgfc. OvVM U)5S UM -THE HOUSE-KCLP. mm m CHOOSE SITE M i v m i ! NEW YORK, March 3. With the expected arrival here today of pro moter Tex Bickard, who has been in the southwest for the last few weeks, interest in the proposed champion ship bout between -Jess Wfllard and Jack Dempsey increased materially. Speculation was rife as to where Rickard plans to stage the contest scheduled for July 4. Many well Informed,eastcrn boxing enthusiasts profess .to believe that the bis fellows will be seen in action for he championship crowd not so vary lar from New York. Some so so far as to assert that there Is a strong possibility that the Jbout will be held In or near New York city. Others pick New York; and base their belief on a statement made by Richard in Texae-in which the pro moter was quoted as saying: that the contest would be held in the East. It is said that the number of rounds will he few. New York fight fans who are fol lowing the promoter's movements closely are wedded to the belief that Hickard has practically decided upon the place of meeting. They expect him to divulge the secret upon his 'Arrival here. Fight followers, who assert that the big bout will come to New York, based their belief upon the action of the New York State legislature. In connection with boxing legislation sow under consileration. Senator Glbbs expects to submit his amended boxing bill within the next few days, and a preliminary hearing Is scheduled before the judiciary com mittee at Albany on March 11. Sen ator Gibbs and others interested in the subject -have asked news writers and exponents of boxing to attend the hearing On the foregoing date. The chief objection to the New assert is the short course. Eight I rounds is entirely too short for a championship contest, they maintain, j anc many are nopeim wax twelve round contests will be legalized in New York so that the big fellows may- have an opportunity of -appearing here. These and other possibilities axe under consideration, but it re mains for Rickard to go on record with a definite statement. "HONEY" MELLODY PASSES AWAY, PNEUMONIA VICTIM BOSTON, March S. Willlam.J. 3Iel lody, known in the ring as "Honey 2Cellodyr former welterweight boxer, died at his home in the Charlestown district Saturday from pneumonia. Mellody was born in Charlestown on January 15, 1SS4, and began his professional career in 1901. Mellody started out at a whirlwind clip, his opponents in 1901, seven in number, each suffering a knockout at the hands of the Bay Stater. The first to suffer was Jack Kearns, who was put to sleep in the second round. From that bout until the time Mellody re tired in 1912 he met the best men in his class. In 1906 Mellody won from Joe Wal cott a fifteen-round bout at Chelsea, Mass., and claimed the welterweight championship. Five weeks later he again met Walcott at Chelsea and won in twelve rounds. Although at the time Mellody beat "Walcott ex perts were divided as to whether Dixie Kid or "Walcott was the recoR sized champion, Mellody claimed the title on the ground that "Walcott was champion. TEAMS CLOSELY BUNCHED FOR COLLEGIATE HONORS Gallaudet and Catholic University, which meet Saturday night at the T. M. C. A., are closely bunched for the title honor. Catholic University has defeated George Washington twice, Maryland State twice, and has lost to Gallaudet once. The Kendall Greeners have lost to Maryland State and have beaten George Washington, Maryland State, and Catholic University. State has defeated Gallaudet and lost its other games, while George Washington has beaten State and lost all of its remaining- games. Catholic University and Gallaudet are expected to furnish a battle royal for honors Saturday night. In addi tion, the Maryland State team will play against George Washington. WASHINGTON GOLFERS IN SESSION AT COMMERCIAL Washington Golf Association mem bers will meet tonight at the Com mercial Club to determine the dates for the various championships. It is understood that a junior and profes sional tournament will be talked over. Representatives of Columbia, Chevy Chase, Bannockburn, Kirkside, the Washington Golf and Country Club, and the Town and Country Club are expected to be present. Dr. Thomas J. W. Brown is president of the asso ciation. Dates for the men's cham pionship of the District, the 'woman's title, and the Star cup competition will be awarded. Officers for the year will be elected. GRAVES WILL LEAD. Cothran Graves is captain of West ern's baseball team this season. Graves .played third and pitched last season. - LOOMIS IS SUSPENDED. CHICAGO, 111., Mar. 3. Joe Loomis, star sprinter of the Chicago A. A., has been suspended by the A. A. U. It Is claimed that Loomis is a pro fessional since he received money for writing newspaper articles dealing with sprinting. BB'VBSVVfiSRSflKSwSBGHISSKjBMBsSBBSBBBswr S 444 gMfefcA v Ct 'dsBsaBBBBBBBSBBBB9BBBBBBBftBa3VswsBVBBBBsflBBB na- ESVbkSkSSvSE. V flE HSSBBBaBBBSBSBMBESBBBBBBBBBBBBsiBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBSBBBSBBBBBBb9BSKBSBB JSKn sLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW & BBBBBBBBBBBBBGBBKEaESniBSSBHlBMRk LbbbbbL. BBsTC 1bbbbsbbsbbbbbbbbb9EmIb. 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BBBBBBBBp3s3S9frP ifcfciiitlLi. j&Kbts. jJlj XyBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHk&' -" FW "flBBBBBBViBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB t? " BBwRSC&BSKBBBBBB B73Bw nt '1B0iAlbf J iijWWHMPMfa a. W'S2grwrfA' 'jl. ' . T A j )Vi '"HBBSBBcflBBBBBBBBBBBP'1 dBBBVBBCHBSBHtVBBBBK-- flllBBBBU Sf" Jack Dempsey, matched with Jess Willard for a heavyweight championship contest on July 4, went out to Walter Reed Hospital Saturday) night and boxed three rounds with Jack Keller, the West ern heavy, to entertain the wounded soldiers. The doughboys FRANK BAKER SAYS - HE'S REALLY DONE PHILADELPHIA, March 3. J. Frank lin Baker, the fence-demolishing third baseman, will not play ball with any team next season. He met Frank Miller, manager of the Upland team, of the Delaware County League, and informed Miller that he would not play with either Upland or the New York Americans. "I am through with baseball for goqd," said Baker to Miller, "and will not consider any offer to play, no matter how good." Baker has just installed a private electric plant on his moderd farm, near Trappe, Md., and he says he is, going to devote all of his time to run ning his property and breeding blood ed cattle. EASTERN WILL START IN TENNIS DURING SEASON Eastern High School is expecting to make an auspicious start In tennis this season. The Easterners have formed what Is known as the Tennis Club. At the school a tennis court has been completed and boys and girls will use the court for practice. The Easterners intend putting a team in competition this season and are expecting to give the other schools a good fight Last year East ern made a good start, many players coming out for the team. WILL ELECT LEADER IN BASKETBALL AT GONZAGA' Gonzaga's championship basketball team will elect a caDtain for next season at tonight's banquet at the school In honor of the team. The Gonzaga lads won twelve games and lost but one this season. Carmody, . Duffy. H. Duffy, C03 tello, O'Donoghue, and Ford made up the championship combination. The bnsketers have turned their attenti m to baseball and are making consider able progress indoors. 7iAVY8 SCHEDULE OUT. ANNAPOLIS, Md., March 3. The track schedule for the Navy team, coached by James V. Mulligan, well known Georgetown man, Is announced today. The Navy will meet Hopkins en April 19, Pennsylvania on Mny n, Pittsburgh on May 10. and Cornell on May 17. The Navy team will send a relay team to the Penn carnival on April 20. VIRGINIA TIED UP. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va,. March 3. Virginia and the Virginia Military Institute basketball teams are tied up for the season by the same score. The cadets defeated the Virginia team at Lexington by 33 to 25, which was the same total scored by Virginia here in an earlier meeting. PFEIFPEIt AT LEHIGH. Dave Pfplffer Is expecting to get his old Job back at Lehigh as pitcher. Pfelffer was rated as one of the best in the colleges last season. He was captain of Tech's basketball team two years ago and baseball leader the same season. WINS FINAL BATTLE. St. Alban's School closed Its season with a victory ovr the unbeaten Stuyvesant School by a score of 43 to 16. The Wisconsin avenue lads de feated Business on Friday. WILL PLAY SERIES. Practically all of the high school basketers are taking part In a series of lnterclass games this week. TWO THREE :WITH "BUGS" BAER "Another Buffalo has popped tip that proves truth is stranger than a Buff is one of the famous regiment of fighting padrollers that helped to pull the Kaiser's stinger. dotted cheaters wrong, hut now his nerve is gone like last' year's crop dotted cheaters wrong, but now his nerve is gone likt last year's crop of buttercups. All he wants now is a chance to quit crap and other kinds of war and to earn an honest Jiving. Says he doesn't care how hard the work is just so long as he doesn't have to take his feet off the desk. Seems that he was going good. Cap tured sixteen Dutchmen the first day who dfdn't'know any more about crap than a one-legged ostrich does about logarithms. Said those Germans had heads like furniture. Took all the coin they had and didn't charge 'em for the lessons. Said he sharpened up his bayonet and his dice and started Out to look for new pupils. Saw something that looked like crapefrult on the ground and took it up to sniff it. That's the next and the last thing he remembered. He don't know what the last thing was. That grapefruit went democratic and blew him for a row of Mongolian pagodas. Says he Is off grapefruit now unless they have their adenoid? amputated. Went looking around for a place to put on a nosebag, and ran plumb smack into the biggest smoke he ever saw. It was just like looking into a mirror. Says he put out the right hand of fellowship, but this cuckoo must have been left-handed. Hauls off and tries to change the size of ha hat with a big club, but the Buffalo beat him to it Says this dingc had a complexion, that was darker than the inside of an old boot. Had two white eyes that made his face look just like the deuce on a dicepiece Buff hit him on one eye and closed It like a bank on a holiday. That made the strange smoke like an ace. The Buffalo was starting one from his liquor pocket that would have made that bird look like a blank, when suddpnly somebody ordered an other grapefruit. When he came back from wherever he had been, he says he was sur rounded by a minstrel show without the end men. Saw right away that Me was outta luck, like a pug-nosed ant eater. Said his clothes felt kinda hard, and when he looked down he found he wasn't wearing anything but a big .eight-gallon vat. Water up to his neck, and janitor had built a big fire. Some big ward heeler was strutting around with an oil can on his head. He knew he was the king. He said it was the funniest situa tion he'd ever been in. King wearing an oil can and an ace wearing a pot. King looked at him with an eye that belonged In a fish's head.' Then he spoke. Buffalo said it was perfect broken English. "Urn, urn. Where you come from?" "That ain't worrying me, King. Whcre'm goin' to?" "Big eats. Eat um up cannibal." "Nothln doln', King. I'm a vege tarian when I'm home.' "You aint home now." "But I feels right at home. King." "Stay for dinner, then, if you feel um home." "111 stay for dinner. King, but not if I'm gonna be the dinner." "You ain't dinner, you dessert." The Buff saw that he was outta luck like a clamdlgger in a marble corridor. His hath was getting hot ter every imuun; -"u "1D J'iur was nowhere In sight Just thes he piped packed the building and gave the "Utah slugger a royal welcome. You will notice in this picture that Keller takes1 no chances when facing the hard-hitting Dempsey. He's all dolled up in a helmet. sN in the Malay Islands with a story politician's income tax report. This another big smoke carrying the coun try's national flag. He let out a whoop and knew he was among friends. The national flag was two national flags. There were five -spo's on one flag and two dots on the other. A perfect natural He reach ed down in the vat and fumbled for his 111 square pals. They were (there, but the boiling had made 'em a little soft. But he throws 'em out, nnd when the minstrel -show spotted "cm they flopped on the turf and banged their beans on the carpet eleven times. He had bounced a natural off the linoleum and copped the King's oil can. They make a ring around the Buf falo and the King and they go to it. The cooking had warmed up the bones and the Buff knew he was In right if nobody didn't order another grapefruit. They were pegging the dice to see who was going to be thf dinner or the diner. Buffalo gets his inshoot working and opens up the throttle. Threw a seven and the King's face looked like a coal hole with the cover off. Smoke looked him over and chirped: "King, you is outta luck like a flea on an Iron deer." "Stoppum ear oil and throw 'um bones." "King you is goin' on a long, long Journey and I'm gonna furnish the ticket." "Stoppum bunk and give 'um ac tion." "King, Tm gonna butter your ear and cat It for a sodar cracker." "Stoppum bull and lettum go." "Any last message to the folks, King? Your bath is gettin' hot" The Buffalo Bays that he had the old King smothered with naturals when, all of a sudden, another big smoke eases by with another set of flags. One had a single spot on it" and the other had two. The Buff added 'em up and knew that the cows had come home tails first. He was- skeered to throw the bones again, for he knew they were loaded with bad news. The Kinc- said something that sounded like a s of dishes clattering down a flight of steps, and every minstrel in that show pulled out a razor that was long enough to strop on the moon. The Buff took it on the loop and was one jump ahead of the nearest razor and two jumps behind a fit when he looks up and pipes a grape fruit tree full of monkeys. He grabs a grapefruit, beans the nearest guy, and waits for the ex plosion. ' Either that grapefruit wasn't load ed or some sucker had stacked the cards. When he came to for the third time, be had a lump on his head that made him look like twins. If you want a good man to keep your apartment warm in summer and cool in winter. Just ring this Buffalo up at hls office in Takoma Park. He's got a palatial suite on the fourth bench from the corner. You can spot nun Dy ine lump On 'bean. It looks like a grapefruit can spot him by the lump on- the WASHINGTON GETS , BIG C1DE EVENT Washington will stage one of the thre5 big canoe events of the coun try on Memorial Day here. After four years of competition with canoe clubs all over the coun try In which Washington men came through with flying colors the Amer ican Canoe Association has finally re warded this city by giving the Wash ington canoe clubs a chance to stage one of the big title events. At a meeting of the Amerian Canoe Association held In New York SaturJ day it was decided to break the an nual affair, generally held at Sugar Island, In the St, Lawrence river, Into three events. The Washington Canoe Club, instru mental in keeping canoe racing on a high plane here for many years, will take charge of the Memorial Day races here. The second event will be held July 4 on the Hudson river, and the third will be staged Labor Day in Boston. A committee of the A. C. A. has been appointed to determine the events to be awarded the various clubs for the titles. REX A. C. LADS TO GET WORKOUT NEXT SUNDAY Manager James Wright, of the Rex A. C, is going to let no grass even start up under his feet this season. The popular northeast baseball leader is already planning for the season, following his election to the manager ship at the Rex A. C. meeting last night. Wright will call out candi dates Sunday. Among those who are expecting to compete for places on the team are Jim Caffrey, third baseman of George town" team last season, who was chosen field captain; Roche, Owen, Dyer, Steele, Ferguson, the Gallaudet hurler; Braund, Lyons, Giebel, Mc Carthy. Limeric. Griffith, Ahern, DI nee'n, and Downes. Officers chosen for the season are: President. John A. Dugan; vice presi dent, William Nletzey; secretary, W. B. Carter, and treasurer, A. W. Allen. south"atlantic event has but three entries Georgetown, Maryland State and Johns Hopkins are the only three South Atlantic colleges listed for the special South Atlantic mile title race to be held at the Penn relay carni vay on Franklin Field, Philadelphia, for April 20. The race was put in as a spfdul event. It Is expected that Virginia Univer sity. Virginia Military Academy, win ner last year, and Georgia Tech will enter, according to George Orton, In chargo of the games. TWENTY-SIX IN GAMES. Twenty-six hiRh school basketbl team3, two of which have not lost a! game this season, have entered the annual basketball championship tour-' nament at uucnannon, W. Va.f unner the auspices of the University of West Virginia. The tournament will be played off In two days. STARS TO RETURN. Frldlnger and Waldorf, two of Eastern's star baseball players now at Camp Meade, are expecting to be .released this week and will returi to Eastern. ATTENDED CONFERENCE. Charles R. Cox, graduate manager of athletics at Georgetown, and John O'Reflly, athletic director, attended the Intercollegiate conference in New York Saturday. I'AVnfcED f DftoN' FbR- YOU ft OVK1 CHlPs J JK V I i TECH ATHLETES TRAIN LARGE SQUADS IN ALL BRANCHES OF SPORTS - - . Technical High School plans to follow upits win of the field and track title of hjst year with an open systeflTJbr all hoys in the school. This week Coach Wilbur M. Apple'will start off his .candidates for real work in preparation for a number of meet that the school will enter this year. The Tech mentor has outlined a comprehensive system which "will include practically every boy in school who cares to come out for the team, In addition to the regular .first and second trackeajasand the freshman team, Tech will have a number of meets for these outSts During the spring Tech athletes will have a closed freshman, sopho more, junior and senior meet and an lnterclass meet for the winners in tne evonti in these games, A novice meet Is nlanner! tnr tliA Tech boys in addition to the regular scneauie or games in which Tech will compete with other schools. The McKinley' athletes will be able to take part in lnterclass basketball and lnterclass baseball games. In basketball the various members' of the basketball team which reDre seiAed tMe school during the year will be put in charge of class squads and a series of games will be played out of doors. Tech will have almost nine hun dred boys and It is expected that a majority of these lads will compete in either track, basketball or base ball during the year. Tech's baseba'.I candidates will be led by Atibery Wardwell, veteran of two .campaigns, and rated as one of the best lnfielders in the schools. Wardwell also earned his letter in football. The Tech baseball men have been working out for a week. Battery candidates will be called out shortly for real work, Up to the present V F STREET RESTAURANT M27 F ST. N. W. 65c table D'HOTE DINNKU SERVED C TO P. U. Sunday Dinner nerved from 1 to 8 P. WONDERFUL FOOD jAlS-19t OBD2XTAI. CAFE. 1347 Penn. Ave. f. TV. FINE AMERICAN FOODS. We have Jest Inaugurated a business man's lunch, served with the precise aim to inrtner our reputation. You win And the Oriental luxurious and quiet. I wnere one can Cine in comrort. en hanced by the ease and courtesy of I our service. Our kitchen always open for your Inspection. Lunch, IS to S p. m. 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Registered time some "baseball has been indulged in back of the school, but Coach Ap ple expects to have a formal call out inside of a week. eastern High School will devote the week to its lnterclass basketball tournament The Easterners receiv ed a boost recently In; their defeat of Central in basketball and the victory is expeciea to stimulate all of East ern's youngsters to get out for the teams. Billy Hanna has been appointed manager of the Western High School baseball team, and is arranging games with Georgetown Preps, Army and Navy Preps, Episcopal High School, St Albans, Gonzaga, and-the other schools. Hanna Is also arrang ing a schedule for Western's second baseball team. Baseball candidates at Central will probably work out Indoors during the week. Coach . C. A. Metzler intends looking over his candidates shortly with the idea of getting an early start One of the best exhibitions of free - WHEfaE TO? eanOi8 McPherson Cafeteria Luncheon a La Carte, 11 US 'to z. 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Pittsburgh Cage Lads Have Good Record 4 PITTSBURGH, Mar. Z -AseT-en-year basketball record whieh will bear comparison with that of any college team is that claisa ed by the University of Pitts burgh since Dr. George M. FlisL became vcoaca of it3-floor teas. In this Iraie eighty-seven vict&-.rles-'have been recorded against only forty-two defeats;,, giving i -record of .675 on the .percentage .'btetf - Among the victims of the Paa ithers have teen Yale, Pennsylva nia, Lehigh, West Point, Katgersi Lafayette, Penn State, Colgate,! fc Swarthmore, Syracuse and others of the leading fives of the cqor try ' tossing in a basketball game wu watched with interest In thef George Washington-Gallaudet game. Witt, of G. W. U., got eight out of nine ix his efforts while Wilson, of Gallau det, caged nine out of nine during the evening. At the start of the season Gall&H det lost several games on account ef. the inability of oneor two members of the team to count from free tosses. Captain Wilson took pp the job witfe the result that he has acquired un usual skUL "Jenny" Stone, of SJaryland State, 1 wearing a mouth guard in basketball. Stone received severe lacerations 1 '.two games which forced him out of buc tuiiicso. xic ia liutmg no cnances now. Jack Glasscott, of C. U., also Weara a mouthpiece, as did Bobby O'Lone, of Georgetown, last season, "fMWi DELICATESSEN 1.UNC1TEONETTB Open Until Midnight -409-111 7th Street IT. W !h C - I - N - G New York Conservatory D-A-N-e-1-N-G nnganllnl? . WaoTrct if. tc . Reasonable Rate, lauly aad eentlemen Instructors. Orchestra. Muate. Opea Day zsd Evtstss 10 A. H. to IT P. H. 506 9th St N.W.Phon-9- Fr.2738 SIXSMITHJS HEALTH CXTJB Now Open Fr Scholars Our methods make you a real dancer la" a few leasona Ibarra ballroom. Lady s4 Kent teachera 1310 O o. w. STaalc 48IR. LEARN HOW TO DANCE MR. and MISS CLEMENTS. Private lessons. Taea.. Ttmrs. aal Class lessons. Moil, Wed. and STL US B 8C N. 8. Una. 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