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EVMlttG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, CTNUABY T2 TITO.
NEWS AND COMMENT GATHERED FROM ALL REMOTE NOOKS OF THE SPORTING KEAg
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM
ON THE SEA
FOR PE1 CUB
P Wfllcoma the Boxers
The ttigs -" flocking front the West
To get the money o the East.
ftow for the old midwinter test,
ttow for the purrtltstlo feaet.
larry May Pool Em
Some experts Indirectly profess to eo
In the acquisition of Lajolo the decline
of Mock'a genlua In picking tho good
ones. Ream of paper have been used
up to tell all about how good Lajote used
to be and how poor he was laat year. As
It in reepeot for Connie Mack, moat of
the expert have avoided pointing out he
la the man bringing Lujole, to this city,
rwhloh ought to be amusing to tho taci
Still Too High lor Vu
I the automobile a luxury or a neces
sity! Thla question la Important In view
c ttve good Jrualnesa opinions held at the
Shay Coma and Go
Ono upon a time athletes spoke of the
half-mile run and thought Instantly of
Motrin Bheppard "Peerless Mel." Ho was
tho kingpin of the 800-yard men and of
ether dtstanoes, but In the All-American
team selected tho other day Homer Ba
xter's name Is opposite the half-miles
Jrom time to tune the stars arise
And flash upon the Held or track,
v"hll old uns stand in shocked surprise)
And see the dear old records crack
Bha rip the turf with speodlng strides.
They laugb but old man Time just
fcrjl o'er hla wen worn pathway glides
.Until ttt last he always wins.
To Fancho Villa: Are you or are you
dot neutral In the soheduled Johnoon
iWlllard battle. If not, which man do
Sown With the Knockers
Indoor golf haTlng been Introduced to
Philadelphia it Is now up to the sports
men of the dty to open up a hall for In
door football. If prarrlston Indoors is
made for all the sports heretofore played
In tho open air it may cripple that most
brutal of all pastimes, knocking.
No limits of tlmo or of place know tho
No rules do they have for the length of
No names do they miss in their knocking,
the clamor men,
yrho halt not for loglo and never use
Qrantland Rice, In the New York Trib
une, has very complimentary things to
say about Lajote, who will be with the
Athletics this year. Here's the dopo:
Heart to Heart Talks "With the Hock
Eight years ago this spring we went
Bouth on a training trip with tho Clove
land ball club. Those were the days of
tho Cleveland stalwarts Larry Lajolo,
Slroar Slick, Bill Bradley, Terry Turner,
Bill Bemhard, Addle Joss, Harry Bemls
and Harry xBay.
-There was a ball club that carried the
punch If a ball club ever had one for
eight men on that roster hit .BOO or bet
terand but for the rawest deal the red
oyed goddess ever dealt a machine it
would have breezed in by ten lengths to
the good. At one time, for example, eight
regulars wears out for a. considerable
About the Big jgrcnohnmn
On that trip we ivi"ed with Lajola.
and through our friendship for him and
abiding admiration, we mode it a point
to give mora than passing study to his
He was the greatest hitter we have
vr seen, for he had to make hla hits
cleanly, not having Cobb'a speed to beat
out the infield tapi he was, in addition,
the greatest lnnelder the game has ever
known when It came to making a hard
STRAYER'S PLAYING FAST
Terra la gorging Ahead In Rational
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ttITt ,. 9 8 .ISO HL Moilloa, 1 8 .148
lit. CuiacL 8 8 .COO 6U Anthony. 0 T .000
gUaw'e va. Waawiny
WHum Eltetrie vs. Corly.
BtTByn'a bakU&U tas, of the National
ZfMjnie, hu struok tu (trlae. Although minus
, ta mrrlc of Jiok Ltvnnu, wham arer
Steck alcnaa, th liun Is purine a (ut article
c( ball. BlmQ(Unr has rtplaced Lawisnce at
eutr. and. althoush new at the potlUon, U
puylnc a wtiUlwlnJ rroa. and with a little
store cxpvlaaoe at the pivot position will rtnlc
wna uim at oc (nm. jkM a swa Dimcn-
ui- iu airtaay provea ni worm ana can
.old hi own acatut any la the vicinity,
tahftr and Youn mr two verr fait forwaxda.
and caa make any niard buaU la following
them. Both are excaptlonal floor men and
have asoaraie era for the tuktt Walttr
Keatl&sV of . th Chicago Cuba, and Billy
Vucha are trie guards. Thalr dafesa Is rood
and thr aoera fraquaatly tharaselve from th
Said. Uldse Moors, Uipp Harrla and Bll an
s etaar mambara of th turn.
nojrpe Overwhelms Inman
18 .Willi KoDM. world's
m, dafeated Ualboursa Intnaa,
a cuampjoa, uar yaaterdar.
"why arc fathb's uhpaio
bill ue, qrass at
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chance look as easy as an accommoda
tion bounder. Eddlo Collins can cover a
bit moro ground than Lajolo could, but
Eddlo nor any other man over had that
knack of ehuffllng over easily ond half
lastlly in front of a hard clianco and
picking It up without even tho semblance
of an effort.
Tho Main Xnjolo Dotall
Hut abovo all this, there was ono other
point which Impressed us most and
which Mill la on outstanding part of tho
Frenchman's career. We havo seen
Lajote In at least 300 ball games possibly
more. Wo havo kept track of htm for
But we have yet to see him mako a
boneheod play; and we lvnvo yet to hear
of him making ono. Wo have seen Kvcra
make a slip or w, and Johnny Is moro
brains than anything else, oxcopt courage.
We have seen Collins, tho alert, mako
his slip, and we have eeon Cobb outguogs
even himself In trying to start something.
But as far as we havo known, Lajote
has been flawless in this respect.
Explaining tho Why
Now, this Is not to say that Lajolo Is
a broiner ball player than Evcrs, Collins
or Cobb. Thoro isn't any such now ex
tant. But In studying Lajolo's play wo
could never Beo that ho was trying to
do any thinking or trying to mako any
certain play In advance. He merely made
It at the right time without thought.
So ono day we put the matter up to
him, to find out whether or not ho ever
thought out a play In advance to know
Just what he must do when the tlmo
"No," he said, "I merely mako the play
as It comes. When a ball Is batted to
a man there Is but one right placo to
make the play, and ho should bo able
to know that placo without wasting tlmo
thinking about It. By tho time the boll
has roached me, the flash of an eye shows
what tho baso runners aro doing, and tho
rest Is easy. Any man who has to think
out a play has his mind takon off tho
ball, and this leads to a good many
fumbles and mlsplays. When a man Is
eating ho doesn't have to stop and think,
does he, JtiBt how high 'he shall lift his
fork at every bite or how wide open ho
must hold his mouth?"
The Genlua of Instinct
Lajolo, plainly, has always had tho
genius of Instinct He simply knew. He
had an amazing intuition the most re
markable in baseball. He could nover
understand why a man should make a
wrong play. "There was only ono play
to make," ho would say, "why not mako
The same lnstlnot carried In his mighty
batting. We've seen him let a Btrlke
cross the heart of the plate, without
shifting hla bat, and then on tho next
pitched ball, two feet wide, suddenly
lurch over and drive a white streak of a
hit to tho fence. In place of waiting to
see whether or not the ball would be a
strike, Larry would make up his mind
to awing on the next one, and so would
be set for the wallop with all hesitation
Under euch conditions we have seen
him twice, where the pitch was many
feet wide, reach over and throw his bat
at the ball for short singles over first
Last season the eminent Frenchman
dropped to- .253, but that season was a
nightmare campaign for every man on
the Napland roster. He Is more than
likely to pass .800 again this year for the
greatest Batting Eye that the game has
ever known Isn't quite dimmed yet. He
haa been over the hurdles for 13 years,
but well still travel a long way to eee
him make the hard ones look easy, and
hit 'em where they ain't, or where they
wished they weren't.
MANY LOCAL DOG SHOWS
Present Year Promises to Outdo Last
as Interest Increases.
The year 1311 promises to outdo the
old year in the dog world. If present in
dications are to be taken as a criterion.
More shows than ever before have al
ready been listed.
TJp until the middle of June the follow
Ins list of shows have been announced by
local kennel clubs; January 13, West Phil
adelphia Kennel Club; January 30, United
Kennel Club: February U, 12 and IS, Ken
nl Club of Philadelphia; February Z7,
Kensington Kennel Club; March 20, In
terstate Collie Club; May 8, Poodle Club
of America; May 22, Devon Dog- Show
Association; May 23, Gwynedd Valley
Kennel Club, and June 6, "Wissahlckon
Penn Wrestler Injured
Captain TaaawtlU of tha Pann wrestling
team, wall grappling yesterday badly Injured
the kneecap of bl right leg- and will be out
Of the game for some time,
Mike Dorliai, Intercollegiate heavyweight
wrestling champion, reported, to Coach Craig,
of thet grappling team, yesterday after a, abort
trip through tha Couth during tb holidays.
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MISKIE IN BOUT AT
FAIRMOUNT A. C.
Good Attractions Tonight at
Palace, Club, Norristown,
Where Heffernan Will
Meet Fink in Wind-up.
Tommy Coleman, tho colored fighter
from Frankford, will find It a difficult
proposition to Inject hlB knockout poke on
Billy Mlskle, of St Paul, In the star bout
at tho Falrmount A. C. tonight. It will
bo tho first Bhow under tho romanage
ment of Marcus Williams.
In tho ten-round finale at tho Palace
Club, Norristown, tonight, Joo Heffernan,
the hard-hitting West Philadelphia wel
terweight, will oppose Jack Fink, of Cam
den. Kid Hlff, who scared a knockout
last week In less than holt a round, boxes
In the Bemijvlnd-up.
The Falrmount program follows:
First bout Vounc -aclt Ilanlon. Hose Hill
Club. vs. Barney Mcrarland, Kensington.
Second bout Younp Hoivard, Falrmount, vs.
Joe Stanley, UlvcrBlJo
Third bout Joo McUermott. Kensington, vs.
YounB Fletcher, Tort Richmond
8cmlwlnd-up Hobby McLxod, Scotland, vs.
Johnny Kelly. Kensington.
Wind-up Tommy Coleman, Frankford, vs.
Ellllo Mlskle, St Paul.
The Palace card follows:
First bout Kid Coplln, Florida, vs. Fred
Mitchell, Chicago (six rounds).
Second bout-HBobby Hayes, West Philadel
phia, vb Dddle McLaughlin, Smoky Hollow
fiemlwlnd-up Kid Biff, Norristown. vs. Ed
die Dunn, Conohohocken (eight rounds).
Wind-up Joo Heffornan, west Philadelphia,
vs. Jack Fink, Camden (ten rounds).
Packey Hommoy, the former New York tough
fighter, succeeded In staying the schedulod six
sessions In his bout with George Chancy, of
Baltimore, at the Olympla Club, last night,
and he certainly deserves great praise for his
game stand against the terrlflo clouting Haiti
rrorean. At the conclusion of the fray there
was no doubt about Chaney lelng- the victor.
He connected with enough punches to atop a
do7-en ordinary boxers
Ilommey fought Chaney toe to toe In the
first nvo rounds, but after golne down for the
count of nine In the sixth from a left-hook
flush on the Jaw ho hugged until the nnal
sound of tho gone. Packey also hit the
tioards In the third round for a "nine" toll
The beet bout of the night was the onenlnr
number between Tommy (Jorman and Johnny
Morgan, two former amateur youngsters The
kids waged through six rounds nf tbs hardest
sort of righting seen hero for a long while, to
a draw Each scored a knockdown
Frank Mantell easily defeated Eddie Itevolre
In a tight that did not appeal to the specta
tors. Johnny Nelson sprang a big surprise by
not only beating Young Fulton, but also drop
ping him twlca for the count. Mickey Donley
outpointed Tommy Ihick.
It -was rumored among the "wleeacTss" at
the club that Jack Ilanlon had succeeded
IDddle (Holland, as matchmaker of the Olympla.
and that the former Is working on next week's
show. Hanlon waa matchmaker of the club
Grant Turns Down Offer
Hay drant, the newly elected Penn freshman
barkethall captain and star quarterback on the
1H1S football eleven last fair, refused an offer
to make the spring training trip with the Bos
ton llravu, the world champion baseball team,
Eastern Association Not to Disband
VVtVT HAVHT, Conn.. Jan. 12. The Eastern
Baseball Association at Its annual meeting
voted down a proposition presented by Director
Clarkln, of the Hartford club, to disband for
a year. It Is possible, however, that Water
bury and New Britain may be dropped from
McAllister Itejects Managerial Post
COLUMBUS, O, Jan. 12. Jack McAllister,
of Cleveland, haa announced that he had de
cided not to accept the place of manager of
the Columbus club of tho American Association.
MUSICAL COMEDY SING IT, WHISTLE IT,
rr ARE DAB -DY'S
YOU EVER TRY LISTEN
WEST PHILLY FIVE PLAYS
CENTRAL FOR LEADERSHIP
Southern Meets Northeast in Other
Scholastic League Game.
SCHOLASTIC LEAGUE STANDING
w. u p.c! vr. L. p c
Cent. High. 1 n 1 0"0 Southern II.. 0 1 .000
W. il. High 1 0 1 000 Northeast 21. 0 1 .000
SECOND Tr.AMS' STANDING.
W. I, I'.C. W. I.. P.C,
Central High 1 0 1 0H0 Southern II.. 0 1 .000
W P. High. 1 0 1.000 Northeast II. O 1 .000
Tho second cames of tho -Scholastic
Basketball League series will bo decided
this afternoon. Central II1I1 School's
quintet will ibattlo against West Phila
delphia High In tho latter's cage for the
top rung position, while Southorn High
and Northeast High clash at Cleverdalo
hall, Twelfth and Dickinson streets.
Central High. West Phllo, High.
rowler forward Hunter
Ward forward Cleoland
Turr centre McCotkcy
Ilutler guard Abnims
Do Long guard Ptnkerton
Central High 2d. West Phlla 2d.
"hlto forward Hodges
Moravian forward Mearklo
Wood centre Maon
Framkis guard Blerman
Ithoades guard Korb
Referee Saxe. Tlmo of 'halves: First teams
20 minutes; socond teams IS minutes.
Southern High. Northeast High.
Jnnnttl forward Sheldon
Welnstelr. forward Aequlth
Gnldenbenr centra Wallace
McPhllllmy guard Hedelt
Ulack guard Newton
Southern High 2d. Northeast High 2d.
Honomen forworn James
Wattman forward flchoppe
Desscn centre Michael
Padulla guard Schautt
Poland Ruard .Brown
Referee BaeUel. Time of halves: First
teams 20 minutes; second teams 15 minutes,
OTHKlt SCHOLASTIC GAMES TODAY.
New Jersey State, at St. Joseph's,
Germantown Academy, at bwarthmore Prep,
Ablngton High girls, at Temple College girls.
Art and Textile, at De Lnnccy School.
St. Joseph's College team will be given a
good test this afternoon when the New Jersey
State School, of Irenton, opposes the Col
legians In ths now synamlsum, ITlh ana Stiles
Tho Temple College girls quintet will play
its second game of the season. Ablngton
High's will oppose the local aggregation.
Germantown Academy's basketballers will
travel to Rwarthmore and meet the preparatory
team of that place, while Art and Textile's
IHo plays at De I-ancey School.
Dooln Spurns Offer
Charles Dooln, former manager of the
Phillies, yesterday refused to accent the
terms by which Manager Heraog. of the Cin
cinnati Beds, and President Baker, of the
Phillies .had figured on a deal; therefore,
Herzog boarded the first train that he could
meet for Trappe, Md, It was said by Presi
dent Baker that the deposed leader had been
offnred a liberal tturn to go over to the neds,
but this amount, which was not made known
was not Just what Dooln desired before sign
ing, Banquet Is Postponed
At a meeting- of the Sporting Writers" Asso
ciation at the Pen and Pencil Club yesterday
afternoon, with President James lsamlnger In
the chair. It was decided to hold the banquet
at the original home of the association In
ths Majestic Hotel, Tuesday evening, Febru
ary Id, Instead of February 10, as originally
Papers Signed at Last
NEW YOnK. Jan. 12. The papers trans
ferring the New York American League Base
ball Club from Frank J. Farrell to "Colonel
Jacob Ituppert and Captain T. L. Huston were
signed yesterday at 5 o clock, and the deal
Gody Turns Down Federals
BOSTON. Jan. 12. Hank Dowdy, catcher
and batting mainstay of the Boston world's
champions, haa refused an offer of MO, 000
and a possible bonus to Jump to the Federal
Billiard Officials Named
NEW YOP.K, Jsn. li-The annual meeting
of the National Association of Amateur Bil
liard Plajers was held last night at the Ama
teur Billiard Club, and the election for the
coming year resulted In tha re-election of the
old officials, as follows; President, Edward
). Kurtz; vke president, William A. Morscn
auser; secretary, Walter 0. Douglas, and
treasurer, G. O, Iludolphy,
ON PAXD BIULS
O - VBR - PUg .
LiNG TO TWO THINGS AT
ARE PLANNING A
Outdoor League of Pennsyl
vania May Be Launched
Within Month To Enlist
United Sportsmen Strength
Hunters, fishermen, nature lovers, ca
noeists and persons Interested In the wel
fare of tho forests, streams and birds
and wild llfo generally In Pennsylvania
nre back of tho plan to form an entirely
new organization to cover tho State and
provldo actual live-working; bodies In
Thero aro several existing; organiza
tions, but their form of government laoks
ties between the Individual mombers and
the State organizations, and thus has
greatly hampered tho usefulness of the
The'new organization, to start with. Is
expected to enlist at once practically tho
entire strength of tho United Sportsmen
west of the mountains, and this Is esti
mated at 23 organizations, with a total
membership of close tosl300.
It is understood that tha new organiza
tion will be launched formally within the
next 20 days, While tho name, the Out
Door League of Pennsylvania, has been
suggested and met with favor, the title
has not yet been selected.
The plan of organization will be based
on the established civic divisions of the
State, namely, community, county and
State leagues, closely affiliated with the
representatives to the county governing
bodies elected by the local clubs or or
ganizations, and those of the State gov
erning body elected by the county or
ganizations. Tho work of the new association will
be broad enough to attract more than
hunters and fishermen, covering the
wholo field of wild life conservatldn and
Tho counties In the western end of the
State also furnish the greater proportion
of tho hunter's license money, and the
men who are paying this want to seo tho
State establish "protected areas" if nec
essary on leased lands in large areas to
which all hunters will have access. In
the centres of these large areas the game
can be propagated by the Game Commis
sion for restocking the, covers about and
planting In other sections whero the game
Havana to Stage Championship Bouts
HAVANA. Cuba, Jan. 12. The Havana
City Council unanimously granted deorge M
Uradt, publisher of the ritavana Post, a con
cession for Maceo Park for the exclusive use
of boxing and other athletic sports until June
1. Only championship events will tie staged.
New York right Eesulto
NEW YORK, Jan. 12. Young Elliott, of Bt,
Paul, stopped Joe Wood, of Brooklyn, In four
rounds at the Olympla Club last night.
At the Military A, C, Terry Mitchell stop
ped Bailor Maher In the fourth round.
Walter Moore and Danny Jtldge fought a
draw at the Long Acre A, C,
National Checker Champion Beaten
CHICAGO, Jan. 12. J. B. Hanson, Ban
Francisco, came unheralded to the biennial
battle for the American checker championship
yesterday and won his preliminary skirmish
with Hugh Henderson, of Pittsburgh, the
Hlrsch Beats Kansas
BUFFALO. N. Y , Jan. 12 Special Delivery
Hlrsch outpointed Kid Kansas, of Uuffalo. be
fore the Queensbury Athletlo Cltfb last night,
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TANK MEET AT PENN
Lehmann Adds Three Feet to His
Best Previous Distance In Plunge.
The weekly meet of ths swimming team of
tho University of Pennsylvania, held In the
gymnasium last night, was marked by fast
time and thrilling finishes.
Captain Shyrock fallod to bettor his mark
In the 100-foot event, but Lehmann added three
feet to his best previous distance in the
plunge. Schrelber snowed improvement In hla
Trenton Still Bushing
W. L. P.C. W L. PC.
Camden ....IS 7 .050 Jasper 1110 .624
Heading ...,lfl 8 .din Trenton .... 0 13 .409
De Nerl 13 0 .C01 Oreystock ..410 .200
. , TRENTON. N. J Jan. 12.
Trenton continued Its trlumpluint rush In
the .Eastern League here last night by de
feating Jasper by a score of 47 to 28. The
locals completely outclassed the champions of
last year, hnvlng possession of the ball at
least threo-nffhs of tho contest and shooting
many semarkablo feats.
Other Basketball Results
Qimden City League Cmerson, 30; Qulntex,
10: St. Aloyslus. 30; P. It. n. Y. M. C. A,, 22.
Lutheran League Advent. 44; All Saints, 10;
Transfiguration, 44; All-Stars. 8.
Brotherhood Lengue Lyndenhurst, B3; Cham-bors-Wylle,
20; West Hope, 47; Westminster,
, American League Bt. Anne's, 22; St, Eliza
beth, 20; West Philadelphia Y. M. C. A., 20:
Olrard Alumni, 22
Southwestern Church League Southwestern,
20; Penn Mawr, 11.
. Lyndenhurst, of the Philadelphia Junior
hiW; Ae,e?tei Oreystock, of the Central
Philadelphia League, by 23 to 10
Credit defeated Ruga in a StraWbridgo &
Clothltr League game, by 22 to 13.
Temple defeated the Federals by 20 to T in
Richardson Memorial handed St. James A.
C. a 24 to 11 lolt, while tha second team lost
to Overbrook by 23 to 13,
, Brotherhood All-Stsrs downed Colllngswood,
40 tn 22.
North House scored a 30 to 14 victory over
Spokane, while the Spokane second won from
North House second 25 to 23,
West Philadelphia won from Delmar In a
Central Philadelphia League game by CO to 14,
St. Michael's defeated St Stephen's by 45 to
14 and Advocate forfeited to Third Baptist In
Oermantown Church Inenie imma-
Parkway defeated' "Warwick in -an exciting
Midget League game by 15 to 14. St. Eliza
beth forfeited to Viola, then won an exhibi
tion game by 21 to 11.
Oxford defeated West York, 28 to 22. while
Fiftieth Baptist won from First Dutch by 20
to 11, In Northwest Church Leaguo games.
McCourt Three-cushion Victor
CLEVELAND O., Jan. 12.-Charles Me
Cojrt, of Pittsburgh, last night defeated Ed
ward Helm, of this city, 50 fo 41, In a 08-ln-nlnB
Interstate Three-cushion Billiard League
Pormer Throe-cuBhion Champion Dies
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Jan. 12. Parker A
Brers, one time three-cushion billiard chami
Efon of the world and an asioclate of Jacob
chaefer. George Slosson and Frank Ives. Is
dead at bis home here, aged 03. He had slav
ed professional billiards for 45 years. y
Dunleavy Defeats Levy Easily
J?,?! Punl?a'!3i ? Scranton, better known
" "Pittsburgh Charley.1' displayed remark
able form in a pocket billiard match with M?,
Levy last nighf at the Casino billiard room
15o""ou. the former Philadelphia climptoS:
Cooler Wins In 7B Innings
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Jan, 12. Harry
Cooler, of th s city, defeated T Jesse T Lean 13
Chicago. M to 48 'ln a 7 5-Innln" Interstate
Tbree-cushlon Billiard Leaguo matjn he"
Peds After'"Cozy" Dolan
CHICAOO. Jan. 12. Leo Olagee who r.
ntly left the Bt. Louis clubTof th. NitlonSl
League to assume the management of the
Brooklyn Federals, wse In Chicago yesterdij
tlit.hmPhtinS, i0, "?n ,"usy".. IJoln. outsider?
with the St. Louis club, and Marty McIIale a
pitcher, with the New York Americans. ' a
Ban Johnson Summoned
CHICAGO. Jan. 12. Ban Johnson, American
League, president, and Charles A. ComlskVv
heaj of the Whl Sox. were summoned ylel
terday to appear before Judfe Landis In'the
Federal Court on January 20 to answer to th2
"trust'' charges filed by the FedeVa" League.
'. Shugrue After Welsh
SaWTOBK Jan. 12. It Is tho !ntntin
Pete rjunrali manage? of Joe0 Bhugrui tl
force Freddie Welsh llnto a decisive conteK
with his charge, fo lowing- the 6hugrue?Cross
OaUrd.n1:V'a'"Cly "'" MUcSBcfuara
AT BREAK OF BAV ?
NEIGH -BORS SAST
Good Material Gives P J
ise tor Winning Red
Blue Fours and Eifi J
Schedule Is Arrangt
Coaeh Vivian Nlckalli, of the S
slty of Pennsylvania crew. Issued wig
call for canrlMnlon vi...t . "US
Both varsity nnd froahman aapirwaS
to report In tho rowing room of tn,
naelum tomorrow between 1 t ..tS'
to sign up. Tho following day thrill
Tho 16 old machines. whlrS ..B
helng sat up In tho gym, have in S
morougiuy gone over nnd repalrH'?
lng tho summer months by "Ben' V
conch of tho West Phlln,i-iKv!. W
School crow. Nlckalls has Just Si
eight now machines from etffil
which he oxnocts to ho ,lellir-..i iTrB
days. Theso will nnnM hi .'."'"
the number of candidates worklne-??
time and to retain n greater nunK
uiu iiiuiu iiruimmnB men before rolnr
on the river. SWI
After tho great success with
Nlckalls' crews met last season Ml7
increased amount of spirit and entW
nsm which Is shown around the mt
sity In crow an exceptionally la,h
uut is cxpecteu. igM
feated Cornell In the big Interns!
regatta last surlncr nmi wi,
again this spring aro Chlckerlnr k
iiuuer, ivo. 2; Qnrvln, No. 5; 2fea
Mnrcy. stroke, and Forster, coxn
Bes dos th H Mnrllnr- ,., '.. -T"l
thero aro Shoemaker, who stroked 3
varsity In 1913, and who was force Itt2
tl tin naA t. it . v WW
...u UH i,. jviinnpoiis rnce last taj,,
on account of typhoid fever, and S
Littleton, who stroked the PrlnttS
Columbia race last year and wn0 2,
forced to retire on account of maa
Of last Vrtflr'fl fpnnhm.i. HT.,-.W?
counting mostly on Woll, the forme rjj
trnl High School star, who rowed i
nnd Kayle, who rowed No. 5. Last jri
'"""" "uiy is mmct. with this foj.
danco of material nnd with Vivian iu
(ilia P.,- n AAn nt. ,L. 1, ,.-!.. . . -'
.. .. , wu.v;,i, me iiKciinoou of Fes
sylvnnla having a winning crew thiiin
son is very bright. jfi
It has Just been announced thal'lSi
Townsend, who has acted as chalnuaii
tho Rowing Committee for tho najtiSi
1ms resigned from that position n i5w
count of Its Interfering with hlj proSi
slonal duties, nnd that It. Howard B&,
brey, who rowed on that famous m
which did bo well at Henley In WTM
act as chairman for the coming- &
This committee has been active doris
" "iw uu uaa arranged tneIWi
lng races for tho wmm- u
April S Yalo varsity and junior Tuetoj
at Philadelphia. J
May 1 Annapolis varsity, junior Ttfiji
nnd freshmen, nt Annnnniia
May 8, Chllds Cup rnce-PrlncetoaS
..... M u j. v,,, al i-nnceion iBUOjectli
uiJiuuvui ut i-rinceton faculty), J
May 15 or 21 (not yet decIded)-ABer!i
Henley, at Philadelphia. 'V
Juno 28 Intercolleglato resattarfil
July 4 People's regatta, at PhlladeljJ
lng to San Francisco for tho national)
faurt .i. uio exposition
MCeNlchol Birr Plve Booked"
Senator McNIchol's Big Five wld cdooSsm
North" Lawrence a'trect Tt taSeSM
tho senator win hn in .i.i " .?
The probablo llne-un fnlinn
if iK5R;,i" Vle 1,,lve.- Bt- AugTuttaieC
H. MeNlcllOl tnrurnril v.
5-ra! f?rw.a.ri r:.::'takfM
T M-NV-fc-l ""'? i
n ii.i'Ti, i';W";t Buara ramw
-ul!& Ichol (Cant ) cuard Walih (Ofltl
5,a.na.Ker ,,artln roley. of St. Aupatai
wants to book games with oil first-clui tew
fldTlrii' n rnlT iriinrnnlA V...s i.ii- i- 6
OWlVotVl XT " HMSWf ilUYJIIg IIUIHUJU
ti, , " eroey or ueiawaro.
Players Traded for Dotra
CHICAGO, Jan. 12. ArTidavlts ititliM
DO.! nlfl Vetrai llniln invitetnoe- ..4. .kslrs.sK
-r -irrrv .iy"-i . "j.ji
.. HBi;iiit:.ii wcru tnvuea ior ocji w
among the documents filed j esterflar la P1
TederaJ Court In support of tha Federdg
UfiiiiM. urganizea oueeDaii. i
MordecaJ Crmvn, former Chicago Kia
Til t tint ollVimlffa.1 t ArYM.l nnjianihif VM
doff transactions, j
St. Paul 'Club Still TTnsoJdJ
RT. PATITa. Minn. .Ton 12 -Smut 4bn
of 'tha St. Paul Amartrnn AHunrtaltflti bud
cluli tn Inrnl PAnlrnilntn mav vri b CDSS
mated was the report current In tm
circles ere yesiernay. J'.ncepi vt w '
negotiations with locat Investor cones!
the present owner. Ueorjye li Ieanoa,fi
malce no statement. fm
, Zndopr Course Opens
The finishing touches were made on Ua'
the Cllmbel Ilulldlnff yesterday, and 'bbggS
lng tt will bo thrown open to the polWB
tournaments were announced for aeft'TiM
one for professionals only and the o-Ssf
Camp's Successor Named
new Avr.M, I'onn., jan. -""ca
Itobert N. Corwln has been named 'KM
representative on the University jSTtm
eociauon ror tne cominr ear, sm.. m
ter Camp, according to announceBwjJf
at Kaie ny vaptain -a. u, iviisuu, SM:
Tlann tn T,TBf Vnlfi Tonlf&V
The Penn haskethall squad headed $&&
3mitAi end nintaln fieelbaca . iisl
Heidlne 'lirmlnal at S o'clofk tt
noon for New Haven, wnere v -
drlDDIes W)tn tne ens tonigni,
n.nviTnTT'n frnHIflHT TONIQBH
17.t....V A V- M,weWUIS
OBEAT MIDDLEWEIGHT C0.Mj2gJh
TOJIMV COLJ33IAN . JHU.X PSM'
Soccer Player Breaks tegJS
ATLANTIC CITT. W, J.. J'ytfdfl
msrer. of the Melroee A. O , brolte W' W,
soccer same with the P, R. n. T W-JJSj
of I'hltsdelrhia, which the former W
Koals to I. Kammerer was injurw n
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