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2:~ j 4!: 4 I 'VP W4YW$ ~8i*'~ t 2 AYETTE 1 ONERATE PROFESSIO S that hewbe9 nd refute and the b%.Nw Yow a t. A. Mvery AndIL HKe", dean of dat the neatpir men overf 'adees asdn lefn t" fO - w=m dal and and f the trAnattoo omeStdg n taebt was left In Ce tle Vk~eftf Ing Ot the staadri a t bph schola. t and had ahny fidsuetat aflaetite eutry, but In cwrlson to at *W a attiosOf Iht -geore r **" I~ of the l~fytts &~It Which some odlot s, b ad direfed was taken uap In deftai. Ws provrd oralunhvy that Joe the star tackle on this team. had bof 'unjustly cr Be" tored e dneo the 'i M '' U.7"' ad had om et student at Lafayette fer the past three youeiad evey scholastic standard re ev0ene aonve him &bow oub~th as ona toa -e t* **a h at arette ODllee for the put glame had never w antsta. tha<s Fordham or any other ol. e of Lesonard A. Brunner. year at football at oge os v ed dot of ah. and then entered La wna also proved tals@% with tod hi having entered at s a drestdent coing tyledn byt toety Yal It k on thatme nd at oayette an oter, I* is paticpiu in -varsity bet that be ar not to par In athletM&cs. bmen cmWBut y o talk ons h kN scholastic standing was so and his attendane on an tr Sdie N pnctm; and regular, Secu fmlyVOWe to allow him to) ver are ore good clA want thi clear thru, The wooles wre thi Abedeendbef& eave UDTAM. PLAYDS OF AUSM CIES F the UauIa.us, laals INd un ..amkMty bel at ese mbers on ainft the ie ot .a...rew-thav....,. de and attadad by seveal newspaper aD fthe athletis am - the college; and .r Ire Reaves,, Hissan Nails Runor Of Beg F'ed By Penn PHILADELPHIA Dee. . John W. Heman, Lead football coach of the University of Penn sylvania, tody laughed at rumr that hi: r ation" bold been ask "This t first time I've heard of It," he said. "If they -are going to fire me, why is it I have".t aiged a new agreement with them whereb7 ili be here alU tb19 year round? rl ma cndidate for Mbe vadety If they had done otherwise, they would have placed an unJust rstro tion on a student among the la. ers of his clas., The ase at I'Mike" Clasa. against Whoni the Charge Of playing Vrti sional baseball wa. lodgat. was din. produced an affidavit. Signe and sworn to by Ossia. that he had sipated in thin aor when Dr. Marsh newe .ned a contract or played with al bal club oprah unde the ruls or'aniseda The evidence wa. so .1=.6 and strong that this affidavit alone clr ed the sta halfback without an 11n kling of .naplelon. kilns.r... -. . Maft rMuMaSIS Case. it had been.varomaq allege qw Matt Brennan had not only rodv money for playing basketball, but that he bad also CWnnked out at Vii. Nova and Fordhan University. It 18 true, that he played one rear ou the 'varsity football team a il Nova. and also that he wa" a student at Fordham. hut his tenura at the latter, institution was confined to the falt of iSi. when the . A. T. C. organization wa. in control of ath letic activities. The evidence subntted by Dean Heckel also showed that munson wa In good scholastic stnding and a memnber at the sophomore class. al though he had faile to atted C&i Meae the final term of MA year. How ever, he ma~de up his work for the :oats n who like >thes and em good we fine Abererombles, ad Obriens from Eng -deep-bodied woolens ;foreigners that will hey warm your body. ,too, together with our and-by style artists shons and how to fit that their clothes will ntitceable. ah in print when the -e1? Come in. overcoats are c'ht Ca rat F LA P1As CIr LWPAJ(-1M&D0% 01' *C SpEpfd. s A A 1os6 P/noCALl 0lMI *b %1 t O '30M A W ON j-4l5 $M-7" The Above Cartoon in Am perIod during which be was out of else in the spring of 1921. The .against Arthur Del bel, the star tackle. was peurle ad ateemi beneath serious considera tion. It sI0e ie of the statement that Detbel was out of prep school several ys prier to his entrance to Laftay Ste Collte. Was We@ In Nense. This was In a sense only true as he left prep school to enter the war serv Ice, spending two years in the serv Ice. He then entered Lafayette Col lego. presenting more than sufficient credits for his entrance. The subject of professionalism was not brought to the attention of the college authorities at the nyeting, but Dean Heckel voluntarily stated to the conferees that if any man engaged In any branch of sport at Lafayette Col lege was counerciallsed. he was not ansuated with the facts. stateent was corroborated In an official canaeity by Mr. March and Mr. Reeves. All united in the esser tis that 0' it were broeuht to their of fSoial att-ation. such student or students would be debarred from par taiatiag in all branches of sport. STANTON A. C. ELEVEN MEETS TERMINALS SUNDAY A good game Is expected Sunday when the Stanton A. C. and the Ter minal A. C. hook up for the cham pionship of northeast In the 185 pound class, on the Union Station plase at 11 o'clock. Both teams are- working hard for this game and as they are evenly matched a battle royal Is expected. Coach Donnelly requests all Mtanton players to report tonight at the club house at 7 o'clock for signal practice. Williams Retains Wendell. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass.. Dec. 2. Percy Wendell. the former Harvard football star, has been reappointed coach at Williams College for next year, the athletlc council announced today. He has had a successful year with the Purple this past season. Tom Lawson. another former Harvard play er, will also return as line coach. For Fleet Honor. L)8 ANGULE8, Calif., Dec. 2. The football championship of the Pa dfo fleet will be decided .t Los An geles harbor Saturday, when the team of the U. 8. S. Idaho, chan pion of the battleship division, will meet the air-service eleven, which re cently defeated the submarine team. Game Is Forfeited. The basketball game scheduled last night between the Manhattan A. C. and the Emnanon Club. to be played in the Petworth M. 3. Church gym, was forfeited to the Manhattan team. CIGARS Bay Diret 34em 1aasteer 12o Cigars for So 10o'Cigars for 6SIo I. Sex L.ees 0.1y, ~T4 1st St. N. W. LAS eMemin WATB, E86h!L 00 ...s.....0 -otoo. rf Ir~e orm Proded by hIaI CAREY WANTS TO BE TRADED BY PITTSBURGH Pirate Fans Think Veteran Cen terfielder Has Short Tkme Left Under Big Top. The days of Max Carey. Pirate center fielder and captain. as a mem ber of the Pittsburgh team, are nm bered. Barney Dreyfuse has inimated in Pittsburgh that Carey will not plaY Or his team net year. and Max has let. It be .known that nothing weqd please him better than to be traded from the Smoky City. Despite the fact that "Scoops" hit over .300 last season, and still man aged to steal thirty-seven bases. Pitts burgh tans believe the veteran fly naser is near the end of his career. C ai y's legs bothered him a good bit last season, and at other times Max was In poor health. Frequently dur' ing the heat of the pennant race, when the Giants and Pittsburgh were see sawing for the lead, Carey was In the game when he should have been In bed. Dreyfuss has sent out feelers to other clubs asking what they will gi' up for the former speed boy of the National League. Carey's name has been mentioned In possible deals with Cincinnati and Brooklyn. Despite the fact that most players regard a transfer to St. Louis as a msn tence. Carey Is most anxious to be traded to the Cardinals. St. Louis is Max's home town, and he also con siders the Cards as probable pennant winners In the National League next season. In St. Louis, Cares has told friends that he is by no means through, even though Pittsburgh has tired of him. He has spent his entire big league career in Pittsburgh, joining the Pi rates in 1011. and believes that a change of uniform will give him a new lease of life. The Cardinals are pretty well-fxed with outfielders, but Carey, with at least one good year In him, might make St. Louis still more formidable next season. Dreyfuss really has been an uious to dispose of Carey for several years, but usually placed a higher value on the veteran than did other club mwere. Last winter Barney was ansious that George W. Grant, of Boaton, shouMdtk Carey, Nicholson dnd Bar bare for Maaville, but Grant held out for flouthworth instead of Carey, and eventually landed the younger player._________ MAYO GETS PRO JOB AT DRUID HILLS CLUB Speculation as to the possible suc cessor to the late J7. Douglas Edgar, professional at the Druid Hills Club, near Atlanta, is set at reet as a re sult of the announoeement that Charles Mayo, formerly conntected with the Edgewater Golf Club, has secured the berth. Mayo, who came to this country a few years ago, at one time attracted considerable prom Inence in Great Britain, while team ing with George Duncan in Inatches against the 'leadinV professionals. Before taking his new position Mayo will spend a few weeks abroad. He intends to sail on Saturday. Another professional who will be on the sme steamer Is Charleb Smith, of Denver. Claims Grid Title. Liberty ?thletic Club, winner/ovir Llnworth, Mercury Mdgets/ New York Avenue Playground, Pathfinder, Shamrock and Peerless Juniors, claims the 105-110 pound champion ship of Washington. Teams reay to meet Liberty should telephone Man ager E. Humphrey, North 7643-4, after 6 p. m. Aces Defeat Arrows. The Ace A. C. defeated the Arrow A. C. yesterday, 35 to 13. The Aces w to ea a wih k0-pound agtVWT WTr A CoUPL NWY OLN rrainma suln orvios and I CHARLIE BUELL LEADER OF HARVARD '22 TEAM CAMCBRIDGE1, MAW., Doe. 2. Chare Chaunc ull, who paye" quarterback of this year's team, ban been elected eaptain of the 1912 Har vard flootbaed team Buell am"s fromn Hartflord, Conn., and was Sapta af his freme team. He has played varsity fotball for two yas men by graduation with the clnato 1922. It vas announced tonight. They are Keith Eane. at Newprt . I. retiring captain; Charlie Tierney,.e Boston; IF%"k Brown, of Plymouth; Gaartio Macomnbee, of NeWtonville and John Crocker, of 7itahburg. SENIORS OF CHEVY CHASE HOLD PUTTING TOURNEY The eighteen-hiole putting tourna Mont of the senior Golf A.ncann of the Chewy Coase (Rub will take via"s tomorrow at noon. The draw ings were maed* thin morning. There are eleven entries and ftwe of the draw by*&. The drawings Blutton. bye i t,~t Gys (; ,' Worthingto-Gore; Gordon, bye; ]C. rll cotsat onrequired to be MIKE O'DOWO TO FAdE LOU 800ASH NEX WEEK' NEW YORK. Dec. 3.-Mke O'Dowd, former middleweight champion, and Bogfash, of Bridgeport will meet in the main bout of twelve rounds at the Pioneer Athletc Club next Tues day night. Both of the"e men are anxious to earn the right to me"t one, *2-d.l*.el."t ti."..2rer.* Zor Ithi event wllbe a- stepping stone' Yanks Without Owme. The Congres Heig1sto Tankees are still without '& contest for Batr day night and are anxious to hook up with any local quint dashring that data. They also wish a game for Wednesday. December 7, to be played at the Yankees' gym. Manager A. Schaffer can be reached at Man 241s. Play In Florida. Vandebl n h Untwtyt or MAWil Play a -Oseason game here A MOD BEATS.T Heeste ako YOF ShAud 2 TEAMno Chrls hancy 911.wh Pa.eA By TAP -fu. I Xatrbute by Godwyn. GEORSIl TECH WIL GET TDATE ON N SIST Xaa r e ld YGoiw. ANNAPOLIS, Ld.. Dec. 2-GeorgiT Tweh will play the Navy In football next fall on the date of October 21. according to informatioa given out to day by the athletic aUthorities. The Golden Tornado has been trying to get me with the Navy eleven for aeerlyear, and wilcome here net fall for the cintest, which will minue another first-class home orn test for the snidshlpmnen. Georgia Tech will play on a one-year bais and not on a home and home eaies, although the Atlanta people hae bee endeavoring to get the Navy eleven to come South. with Georgia Tech assured for ~ctobe 21 and with Penn State due for an early November engagement two first-ClaM contests are asMure. Sunday Schools Play. The Metropolitan Prsbyteriana And Gracoepooa bsgketers top the SundayllchoolLeague, both team$ with two victories and no defaatA. The next aewilbpaydtomot*. row night t theCntral Y . C. A. The Mets" will meet St. Paul M. E. &nuth. anM Mt. Vernon M. E. South will trela Fourth Presbyterian. Girl Quint Challenges. The Varsity baeket ball team Of the Marjorie Webster cL.ool Of a Eucation for girlsa ha' star' pratic. nd a oenfor the hooking games e enges to Manager oAles Pnn 1415 Massachusetts avenue northwest, or telephone Main 0041. Iroquois Meet Arabs. The iriquoed A. C. will play the Arbs next Sunday- For dames with the Iroquoi eleven. &ddire L. r Huatt. LinotYPe SeCtion Government Printing Ornie. L THAT IEM ALL Tom a Calf with Rubber Heel. to Appreciate Its Value. R BROS. mN.W. F~V a~N 0 Ite "ain W bdwt" the_0i in or the want doe a*& "It is is 14 of the whisk they were hot: Na L Balthmrd Professionals, 21 to 0; en so to 0 Dad-- 6 ' at Quatie.), 31 to The Nava Operaig Pla eleven Sspseei be the Strame"t navy M as the East desat, but PoNed y pe for tbe Maerbea The eal power 6t the Devi Dean wa shown in the practice contest with George asington whe twenty-oe points were " & In four seiht-finute .4e was the only, ttite.not in the some. Virtually every menber of the Quantico tasan ha played codege foot ball and a number were named on all itr sectional elevens in eenage days. rhe team is a powerful on. point at weight. In behalf of the Dreadnaughts, it nay be eaid that the Alezan4rians hemselves did not claim to have ranquishi all opponents. for four rears. is reputation was founded m the taot that no team composed of sandlottere had beaten the Dread maughts and the Quantico Marines re not to be Included In that clan. ro have scored against the Devil Dogs ihould be, glory enough for the Dread naughts. Their touchdown is the only one chalked against the Marste' record. To have walloped the Drea4paughts was an achievement for the Southern team composed principally of bore yet to attain manhood. many tam will look frO an upset In the dope when the southwest youngste. 9Meet the crack Mohawks Bunday at Union Park. At that, the Indians are not top-heavy favorites. The antico Marine@ have a large fllowiin Washington nd it is hoped ey will appear here before the season dies. ROAM RS OPEN WITH D FEAT OF BERWYN A. C. The ferA. C. opened its basket ball S =leat night an defeated the Bprwyn A. C. by the sore of 34 to. 24. The gamn was played in the 1rwyn gym. The Roemer team as a whole played good. whereas Werbr starred for the losers -king 16 ot their 24 points. The RnMers will practiee this evening at the Cea grow Height. gym at 6:N o'clock. On sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock the Roamers will meet the strong Emanon football team on gridiron No. 2. Potomac Park. Next Sunday the Roamers will battle the Mohawk Juniors at Union League Park for the 136-140-pound championship. All Roosmer football playe Ore, nruested to meet at h street north east on undaey morning at 10 o'clock to go through a etiff signal practice. BALTIMORE ALL SET FOR MARINE-THIRD CORPS GAME BALTIMORE. Dec. 2.-With the arrival today of the Marine football team from Quantico, the advance guard of leathernecks, doughboys and gobe began "falling In" for the game here tomorrow between the Marines and the Third Army Corp area. Th., game how become a fixture, and In second In importance with Uncle Bam's service men to the Army.Navy annual struggle. The eleven, are fairly evenly matched In weight, the Army corps forwards averaging 189 and th Marine. 182. The latter will hive a heavier backfield, with an average of 177 to 16f for their opponents. Meets Trinity Team. Lexington Athletic Club will plav Trinity Athletic Club Bunday after noon on KnIckerbocker field. The game will begin at 2 o'clock. Kinnear Class Ready. The Kinnear t'lass of Calvary Bap tist wishes to arrange games with local quints. Address C. H. )onley at 1601 Thirtyfirst street nohwest. Murphy is Captain. LAFAYETTE. Ind., Dec. 2.-E. E. Murphy. quarterback, ha. en chosen captain of Purdue's e-e for 1922. :!a , af6 6to T 0and It go 40d U fe Y esseed W t fhe eL to dt 21re I ttemt moma~d,3 bg Atlhhas At Hess b Under Docrs Care John D. O'e2y, Georr1om's athletie direetor is awll at me in bed sff erin from r'astrideI .ed nerva prousettm O'Reilly lM the basa aZThana g just he - tk ill ever sinne. Be b ea for some time and managed to = 0~~~to theol~aMu for its final - last i was not a one for the a town man whhe is in n1 Immediate danger Is sugring 13 tensely. kIft|LTON A. C. TO TACKLE ALL-STAR ELEVEN SUNDAY 7e Moe..to A. C. will play a .am composed of former high school and prep school players when they take the fleld Against O0alahaai'i AiIS8tare, Sunday. The All-aStr have Bromely and L~nright, of Buuiness; A. Smith. a. smith aOr Wi~,o Mt. to seph u: M. w dW. O1 a ban, of mersom Instaute, 0. OVWIa han of tn John Cook of Teah and Xing, forumly of CentralHih The Moultous will be weighe tonsliderably, And, It defeated, will not hurt their chance for the 125-pound championship. The Maul~n claim the 125-pound bmponaerof the Di.trict and the Junior tam claiiks the 1tS-pound. The Moultons challenge the winner of the Xanawhajuresilp same to be payed MOSSaY. Deeber I L The J unior team woubLE IlkeJ to arange" game with the Inds niet A.4 30.4 games. call Pat Curtin. at West 43. between 7 and 9 p. m. t YALE OFFERS TO PLAY IOWA ON ORID IN '22 IOWA CITY. Ia.. Dec. .-An eder of a football game with Yale In 110. just prior to the Princeton game. wee received today by athletic enaab of Iowa University, champions of Weten Conference this yem.' communication from New Haven said the date would be held opem for Iowa's decision. Will Defend Title. NEW YORK. Dec. 2.-WillIe Huan ter, who returned here today ftm a visit to Chicago. announced that he would defend his title in the British amateur championship event next May. Hqtat Is now residing In this mnun try. Mennt for W I . 0 L0t0H R AN 0O1 4C. V147 PA. * N.WV.