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EVSNIHO LBDQRP--PHILAP1SLPHTA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1916?
FEDERALS OPEN BASEBALL SEASON ON APRIL 10 CUBA BARS WILLARD-JOHNSON BO
COLLEGE QUINTETS r - ci -51 -, ," PENN, PIONEER IN SCHEME1.
TO GUARD ATHLETIC HEAi
NOW IN DOUBLE TIE
Princeton ttnd Ynle in Struggle
for First l'lncc Penn Easily
Collcjjlnle Basketball Stntttlliiff
rtliicttpii ... .t
Columbia . . n
Ai a result of tho bnskrtttntl gnmes hi
the Intercollegiate League Inst night ii
double tlo exists. Princeton, by ilefrnt
Ing tli) Cornell reprcsontntlvcs lit n sen
M(on content, 22 to 20, nnd Ynlo by
trimming Columbia, w to 17, went Into 11
deadlock for tlie flrst-plneo Illinois. TI10
detents for Cornell niul Columbia tveiti
sufficient to place thorn nt it tlo Tur tlic
mimar-up Inn ids,
I'enu'ii rcmniknblo showing In the gnmo
with the. Dartmouth nthlelcn more Mimtv
llxed tlio (Ircen team In thn Inst posl
tlon. l'enn'B victory over Dnttmouth on
the homo floor In tlio fltst cxpeilciiood by
the Quakers In a toiift time. I'suully
when Penn vhilts Datt mouth It In to
tnto dofrnt, no hint night's 3MnS2 victory
Is all tho more sweet. TIip unexpected
form of the I'ctin pin j cm hi ought foith
litucli pinlflo fiom tho Mitltom nt tho
Ctrppn gjmiMsliim Inst nlghl.
Princeton tlcfeitled nprmnnclii Training t'ol
1C nt wrestling lnt night Ht Prlnirlnii by it
tpphcavy nc-uto. All Hi,, inn Ik. however, were
rloecly contested nml noun of iho 1'ilm 1(011
Iricn had nil cony time winning t'ltoprr, nr
fprlngtleld was the only mini to wore inr his
team, obta Inline tho dcjslou over Ullc, ot
1'rlnctton, In the ITn.poiiinl class uficr.iilno
nunutea of winning. Maker, r I'rlnppivii.
had an exceptionally hard imitih with fniiliiln
Usnks. of HiirlngflfM, lint won llu limit inter
an extra period ot six inlniitri.
tlrorc A. I)UU. llnrvillif l.nw .U.,.h,ut1 .,,,-
tlent and pitcher for the lloston Nntlnunlii, Him i
i iinir iiftmiii ku'iii m iiarnrti iri'i'iniv,
eltercil hl mnrk nl fanibrMiio ji-ntrnlu) llo
ttim prilltfit lth I.Mn.N poliil). In n BIucrnl
tut, tline nnurvii illiplitrliiit lili prpvlnim mark
of 14'tT.0 iiolntpi nn Uw ri'i-nnl
in t ImI nml ilop kiiiiix the I'nliprHltt r
IVnnivlVNnlK Krohnirn llc ilrfpntcil tlio I'nr
lisle tnJIunii, s' to SI, nt t'nrllnlp. Tlic ilri
imlf rndtd IK to 1.1 In rutin nr rmii-i
onir to cutcli a ttnln iho nocmul Imir
Tho Hnnrlhmora CollriP bmkrllmll train
rnally ilofratnl the BltmiR I.nf.ijottc team, .'II
to 10, tit Hwnttlunorp.
HrorliiE n ikiIiiU In tlio II mil tnn IdiiIiiks of
Play. IVnn HIto noscil nut tho lTnlrlly nf
VllUhurftli tho lnt night t ..'into Collmo. :il
to I'S Thl victory ttcn p ruco for tlm
V.tern ItnnalMiiila rlmmplonthlp nml nrrra
tltutta nttollicr kriiib hctrrn thu livo trninii.
FOR TITLE TONIGHT
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I uislu i aoprasG. ill I ' ", C, '.Z. 1
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I IMS TJAG AMDTAKO MIKG H&RC. IT IS KXJlY ' NS. I T A 1 AOUI I 1
A CMAfCC OM I V oveR uggn. V ?aiI'T Irn.i r-. 1
PIMOIWG TVHO I ' Ji V Tup TAf I
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Yale's Latest Move to Photograph Vital Oriran Wi
lows U. of P. Lead to Protect Athletes Fm3
TJ-e-Fnrxt n ,--F Dn .. .. J T . . "1
xjxiwto ux avuvviug aim ijong Kaces.
At tho close of tho I'ouRhkocpsIc nnd
New Ioiidon rcRnttns this year tho col
lego world wilt hnvo nt Its disposal the
most complete set of vital statistics ever
collected concernliiR rowing nnd Its effect
upon the heart nnd other organs. The
nnnounccmenl that Ynlo has decided to
mnko n physical examination of every
member of the rowlntf- squad brltiRS tho
last of the biff universities Into tho agree
ment to help collect theso statistics. Tho
other universities which will do It nro
Pennsylvania, Cornell, Columbia, Har
vard and Syracuse.
The University of Pennsylvania was tho
pioneer In tlio effort to find out just
wjuii uiii'ui iuiviiiu mis on a hiuuuul a t
licnit, "VVlicn tho criticism beenmo so I
acute against tho nllcgett e.vll effocts of
tho four-mllo rnco, tho Pennsylvania au
thorities decided to put it to a test. This
was In addition to their decision to have
tho lendlntr oarsmen vaccinated against
An noon ns tho tVnnftvlinnfn. narnmen re
otted for Indoor nrnrllrfl llr. It. Tfllt Ma.
vciitlr. the lililnlcni director, took the lendinc
ni8lly men nnd made tho mon careful ex
amination of the heart nnd other ltal organs,
In imrtlcutar clinrllnR Ihn size of tlin heart.
In a short tlmo these oarsmen will be examined
flualn, and the examlnatlonn will ho repealed
front time to time nn the Reason proKreg'ei,
mot of the rxnmlnatlons being niado after
DlrTcrent phyxleal tllrectora will uno slight!"
tlllferent methods to detcrrnlno the effect of
mum?. The Yale plan In to tnlio photographs
t't "delect enlirKement of the heart. Hper
trophy, or enlargement of the heart. Is what
all the experts are looking for. Hut few really
expect to llnd that rowing will pioduco the
unfortunate reautta tn the heart, feared In
pome quarters. This Is because of the great I
petltlve row ng, but is ot 'n,2it?iUx! tJ2J
senbed courre 'of !&& tt
55Jl l,il.S0fcl!n In VwtnV JPi
ri?es. eniarge iSTiiXSSP i"1ro"r .krf UH
J ?Knze insist that Yhl. S.al 't5a
menial to a man's health S;,i Hr4l
t-eeps up some form of ixi'reffj flSmftll
of tompetltlon are mtr. BMiSr-!.'!?,1'1-ISI
slsts t hnt llln li.o.l ,. "OCIor MtRM,,ll
which. If properly train?.? .""""OitrW;
The late Mike Murphy, who w. , tf I
greatest trainer, m.7' W w? Xnn3Sl
mi the enlargement of an Ti.i;.f5trlinl
conjunction with ono ot the r.inKJVJWitlSl
!' 5"? ! ?!" aV?a "Bn?,??5S
......ulta. iimrKing me out ne of w. I"!
fore and after his effort. Thy r...i
heart had dilated considerable ffl'P,t5
a. trained athlete and had him run I.tih-er,K?
Ill fast time, mnlilnn. fl i.L? OUfHiJ
They found that there ;.?'.'""
tlon at nil. "" """ tn, t
're Is a erj
ten an untri
time on Murphy simply laurted'..1"1, "w
tho "athletic heart." ,auKnea at Jtwic,
eluded that vigorous cxercl
vtuuvu iiint vigorous exercise iaii-i. w
tlon. enlarges tho heart armri5?i.?5A"ilil.
grauuauv. and thaf ih. l - .' ""wt Bin v.
and sudden dilation when an untSl'0"?
s submltled to n severe strain 'K!'''"
-What theso Investigations. conJ,,... ..
iHiiviuioiy oi so many unlerjln :rr?;.
show Is that the average colfegeJnV."181'1'
for a. three or a uvo mile rui mm. ?.ffi W
ior inn lour-mue event. Thl t iL.r ' i
be let that a four-mllo race r.S"'
older ihan tho averar. i..qJ!r .S
1 years of prel mlniVi "..SH M fd
len do nni ..V i "?'?" a
most college men do not get In
GOLFING WITHOUT A CADDY
West End Y. II. C. A. to Stage
400-Yard A. A. U. Relay
Event Other Exhibitions.
Jtlildle Atlantic; Association swimmers
will tRlto part in tho 00-nnl relay oveut
t the West Urnncli Y. St. C. A. tonight.
The best teams In this section of the
country are trained tn tho mliiuto for tin
contest, unci Indications point to n new
In addition to thn championship event
thcio Will bo fancy diving exhibitions.
life, Having iind resuscitation methods
demonstrated by a water polo contest.
Tho Athletic Association of Athlntlr
Jteercntlou Sqimro Is to hold Us llrst
annual booster night In tlio auditorium
ot tho Athletic Playground, Liitli nnd Jor
fersou streets, nt S o'clock next Tuesdnj.
The committee In charge has nrranged
n attractive piogrnm. Michael Uorlrai, I
World's nmnteur champion heavyweight
wrestler; Cnptnlu Donald Mpplucntt. of
the University track team; Jmnes r. Pnt
trson, 1013 100-ynnl dash champion, of
Penn; George V Pawling, president of tho
Middle Atlantic Association of the Ama
teur Athletic Union; Jlnrtlti J. 11 Mc
Doiuigh nnd other athletes will give short
Moving pictures of tlio I.it Olympic gamei
at HtocMnlm will ba feuinr.i
Preildint of tho .Mhletlr .orIinlon nr
Athletic ltccnntlim Suuurc. Ilcrninn Mecr, Is
arranging ;omo of the details for the enter
tainment of tl.o memliera ami the guests
aha freshman class at l'enni)lvanla will in
doubt cut 8. wide svvatli In the summer meets
It tho present rorm of some ot tho men Is to
h taksn as any irlterlon. oane nnd Core,
high Jumper ami hurdler, respectively, are
aura to il.nelon luin eeniatlcnal perrormeia
They havo exceptionally nue rcconla.
Ide. tho Wt l!ron;l V .l C mller la
showing surprising form at his favorite dis
tance. In a rv.ent race ho vovcred a L'T-Uu-to-ttie-mlle
coar.e lit n.OI
FEDS PLAN TIGHT GRIP
ON BASEBALL PLAYER
Magnates novo to Alter Terms
of Contruets Will Combat
Newark Injunction Suit.
nri'TALO, N. Y.. l"eb. LT.-lnrnriiintlon
given out Just befoto the Pcdcinl Lcngue
miiguntps went Into session this morn
ing wan to tho effect that the question
of modifying the player's contract pioli
ably would be ono of the ptlnclpitl sub
Jccts presented for discussion. It Is
bollocd Iho plmi Is to finmc n contract
that will give the ball clubs a little
tlg'nler grip un tho plavers than Is pos
sible under Ihc existing conttacts.
Pie.ililcnt Clllmoro declined his asso
ciation would combut tho Injunction pin
ceedlngs Instituted In Chicago to 10
sttnln the lenguo ftom innklug the Kau
nas City iiausfer tn Vownrk. Tho Kan
sas City men bluntU Informed (.lllmote
they Intended to tight In the courts to
tho last ditch nnd left town In n huff.
SCHOOL TRACK TEAMS
PLAN OPEN-AIR MEETS
-though the galea bo
-though the skies
n h . m cxa um
Ccutinl High School bo.vs set a merry
pace tn tho quadrangular track nnd field
meet at the 3d Regiment Armory yestet
day af let noon and cxpetlenced some dltll
culty slinking the AYcst Phltudelphla
athletes In the early part of the contests.
Tho Westelidera slinweil good form. So
did tho Nurthenst reptcsentatlves. South
ern failed to scorn a point this ear, but
tho schoolboys should not bo discour
aged. Tho meet Itself was a most spec
It. C. A. asks fur this Information.
"When were tho Athletics' ball grounds
located at SM sticet and Columbia nveutio
nnd what wits the last cur the) placed
I To Atltletlca never tilsiril ai '.'.id and
1 Columbia avenue The old Athletics plavril
in city I'arK. '.inn and Jeirerwin atiects until
me i-niiiies pniyeu at i, nmt t ouun-
ttVio sail It's winter-blowtnuf
U7io sails it's tcfiifer
IIVio sajys if's tcinfrr though it's sleeting
or it's snowing
Anil ii mic tolmJ tipples In n diirc iicioss
How can it be winter though thn cold
winds caper t
Ifow can It be winter, though it's
muggy nnd it's damp?
llVirn tho fan starts turning oicr pages
in the paper
1o gather in the goislp fom the ftadi-
j titj; vimipr
I We woio talking with a well-known
I ball plner jesterday about the l'JID
! futuro of the Ited Son. "Uon't ou 11b
l tire," wo naked, "that Carrlgnn's club
should finish In front?"
"Uasy," ho replied, " If they hustle
one-half us haul as the Braves did last
!,ear. Jlut no matter how good ou
aio you can't win a pennunt unless ou
Play baseball. And 1 neer heard nny-
i body Inst cnr accusing the Ited Sox
of straining themselves."
Willnrd and Jolutson
Sooner or later, If not a bit befoie,
Jack Johnson nnd Jess Wllluvd must en
gage in a personal debate ns to which
deserves the lono camp stool on top of
tho heav.x weight hill.
!?o that little workout along the 3Iel-
i some Iltst-class competitor, he would be
n long wny nearer the championship
tt'm's that? I thought I heard
Somebody yell out "Safe at third"?
tnrf could swear somebody cried
"Slide you marble turret slide!"
The Size of the Cup
M.iny of those commenting upon cn
inrglug the size of the cup In golf write
ns If tho run wiih .ihvovs tlo same size.
No fnllacv could bo moio foolish. We
hac putted on some dn) when tho cup
I must have been II Inches across. And
on other dajs when it could not possible
hnvo been more than an inch and n quar
ter barely largo enough to ensconce a
Kddie Mnlmn has gono out for the Har
vard baseball sound. He'll be a tough
man to tag In a broken field, barring the
use of a net.
"Phillies," says a contemporary, "lose
all their stnrs." Well, wo know of a
couple of clubs thaf could use Grover
Cleveland Alexander, Dode Paskert, Cac
tus Crsivnlli and tho nthleto labeled by
Charley Dryden "The Kllllfer Case."
Thn Princeton hockey team can sym
pathize deeply nnd keenly with Connie
.Mack in losing an aide by the name of
"Westward the star of empire takes
Its way," wrote the poet, who had evl
Quadrangular Event at Arm
ory Closes Indoor Season.
Relay on April 2.
SOCIETY BELLE BOXES
PROFESSOR TOY'S JAWS
can border was a good thing for the tall I rlently not looked into the baseball status
Westerner, even though it led to no 1m
mediate battle. The main roar over the
Willnrd-Johuson fight wns AVHInrd's lack
of preparation for nny such event. John
son hadn't done nn more than AVIllard
for a ear or two. but the Zulu nt
least had absorbed in past daya far
moio needed cMieilence than his com
petitive White Hope. .Vow. ir "Wlllard
could sandwich In one good battle against
involving the Red Sov nnd the Braves,
Or perhaps he was merely a lawn tennis
Or he may have been n fight fan. The
vast majority of those attached to tho
wallop nnd the proper footwork dwell
nearer the Pnriflo than the Atlantic. And
wo nre not referring here to Carl Morris
or a Mr. James t'lynn.
PENN ATHLETIC NEWS
The I'enn one-mile relay team will r,iireint ivnti
Philadelphia la a trlclts race ngulnst llnstim I t la aveniio until 1SS7, when thev moved tn
and New York In the .Newark illgli School Ilroad and Huntingdon. The present Athletics
games In Newark tonight. The Quakers, with
a comoination ronipose.i or captain i.tppin
cott, Lockwood. KautTman and .Meredith. 1110
the favorites, but both New York and ilonton
have strong teams entered,
The l'enn gymnasts will display their skill
In a meet with Princeton tonight at Prince
ton. The following men will compete for tho
IUt and Blue; Captain Darker. ICIrchner,
Jones. Itex, lllll, Kutt, Kefter, Hagcrt and
Captain Harold Van Ituaklrk will lead the
rmi fencers In the annual dual meet with
the Navy at Annapolis tonight The lie.) and
Hlue follimen were recently dsfeated by Co
lumbia at New Vork. but Coach Terrnne la
expecting his men to tarry oft the laurels
gainst tho Middles tonight.
loach Craig and Ids miuail of lVnn rs
tlera left last ntght at S to for Itliara in nn.
pose Iho Cornell taat artists In the annual
dual meet tonight.
Yale, (he leader In the rsce foe the Inier
tnlleglste swimming honors, cornea tn 1'htladcl
phl4 today to compete with tho swimmers of
lh Vnlvenlty ot rennw Ivanls In the tank
at Webjhtman Hall tonight. In .itcAIecnan.
the Jtver. lloadlcy the sprint swimmer; Fer
guson and miners, Yale has a uuartet ot
very ft men
Columbia Athletes Busy
..IS." i-VfT.V..'.""... "M.. .t;'B' ! Cfntral High Behool won In swlaimlng last
ii:-.."i:; ;,.,1 .'.":r ""V.1,., "" ' """"' ".tTiiweteii rTestmien. :; MSI
cit from IDOL until inos at Columbia Park
nnn voiuiuuia. in tuu;i tne Athletics
to Shlbs Park.
Marqiinrd. Icavfug for training camp,
declared ho had matin peace with John
McGraw. Only a truce, Itttbe, old boy.
Peace Is not In John's vocabulary, volum
inous as Is tho aforementioned vocabu
lary. Will the Detroit Tigers finish second?
Probably. If they get two pitchers for
defensive, operations to equal Cobb and
Crawford In the oftcnsUe.
"The pitching staff will either make
or break my team this year," sajs Con
nie Mnck. Unquestionably. The Phils'
problem Is tn build an Infield: but Milton
Stock, Irelun. Selgle, Uancroft. Martin,
Fletcher. Dugy. Nelhoff, Byrne and
l.udenis are not n bad bunch to choose
PENN SELECTS RELAY
TEAMS FOR BIG MEET
JUNIOR GOLF WINNERS
Frank Meehan and Miss Schoch Won
on Gimbel Links. ,
The Junior golf tournament was concluded
over tho Olmbel Indoor links today and 'the
Entries Chosen for Five of In- j ?nu 5 ?!!5, !,ta"' ." S lf
! the president of the North Hills Country Club,
door Events in New York and M,M nitne schoch. Lakewood.
XT i- o 4. J j In the final round joung Meehan defeated J.
iSeXt oatUraay. nuchanan. Whltemarsb. 7 op and 0 to play,
I Mlsa Schoch won from 10-year old Miss
"" jcj,Miit oisier ot me winner in the boss'
division, by 2 up.
Central Swimmers Win
r..,w IVnn HU"' UJ th amphibians for
tin, tinted Sitates Naval Aeadw. The wia
".'V '.'". wilt meet Its tougheai eiwuent to
night In Penn Btnte,
Tha Columbta gymnastic tosm suffered a e
yew Um when t'uruahottam l"andursng llhad
Kamkar. th Kast Indian prince, announced
ttrday that lie was unable to tike the trip
to Annapolis today.
McCaddon, 10 is.
Haverford Gymnasts Best
ilaverfiml College diteatnl Columbia t'nl
rlt last evening In tLe seoiil gymnasium
nt of Its season at llsverford, 37 to IT Tlie
WHt.ttU undN-lded -intll IK rings and the
tumbling were Iho rally itmalulng events. On
tha tings i he llsvnford mta dUpUve.1 line
fem ymt toolt the lead away from Cnluuibto
bejond rt-iner.v The award by events were
llortionlal bar Won by Croatnan. Ilaver
frtM, mbmiI, Tayloc. Haverford. Ibird, Clark,
Jl,'xt. !nan. rvaiiuubta, second.
CtarW. tViliiHibls, third, lp,. cSumUa.
at lrlnceton. Ulppy awured flrat place In tho
n-u niiu ..vjrsni v.viiis ir tar vcnooioovs. The
Tiger Cubs easily won the water nolo game
50 to H. Summary. ' mr
SO-ard dash Won by Leopold. C. It. S. tie
for second tMtvveen Delaoy, VJIS. and Klike
JB1S Tlrae. a) seconds. ' ""
loo-vsrtl swim won !y nlppv, c. II, S.
viui. i.eepoiq, v.'. it, s. , tnirj, x
ritea. m 1-S seconds.
Suo-yard dash Won by nippy, c. If. 8.: sec
ond. Green, XH18; third. Van Itoden, C. II. 8.
Time. J St.
yaney dive Won by Cory IfllS, temnd, Ann
ond. IVer. ISIS
Distance. M feet.
Retay race-Won by Princeton. His iMorrls
I'ttke. McCaddon. Itelaeyl, secand. O l. s'
tt-coM. Illrach. Relnlacu. Dippy). Time. 1
mHut ST 1-S seconds.
atroBK. C II. S.. third. Kaianllan. WI8.
I'lunae won bv an lloden, O. H s.
WILFRID REID ARRIVES
Wilfred Held, rormsrly the professional of
I '! !"". Dott8. k' .nfc- Kl"iU '?!
rljaO yesterday on the Italtle at New York
fMdfesMfltl lv lllKiflna tHili.ti.hla ..mah.
Jarlra, Havcrrwd third. Howies, ruiumbt. '
t'atvilltl.-Woii b Tatter Haveefurd; arc.
. MeKloatry. Haver w.l; third, tlo It ' J "!"Lr,, "I, 'al 1 " ." York
vIUSHis, I ', "-"tv w ,,,m wiie nun two chit.
IUo.-We ovOomus. Havsrfwd: aarond, I T",' Al5STLiJ,irii ""41 hL bronr. Arthur
PWI. Haverfurd, third. kbaraMa. Ha: I "aid. Wilfred IteW cam her n. tsk. o.v
tm, , , . Hba as i iwjfeaslmiat of the (feavlew Oolf
fUKtbllBi-W.ui liv Sturula ifatetfooi .- Club at AWecoH. N J and In tlut .u i..
m 0rrtg Haverford. third, ctark uui- I ""' t5?fti1?1 l,J''h',u, Alfred Held Is seek-
WaMM Karlrs, a lMtadl(diaR un th. Mt . I
int ttast, was aaeaad In the IwIUu rlu I
WMf He waa bku farm hut Right w
tk lat vmaM Iwvo bam dlffemit.
After a series of trials which lasted
two hours, the University of Penns.vl
vanU track team which will compete
nt the Indoor meet of the Intercollegiate
A. i A. A. A. tn Madison Square Garden.
New nrk. next Saturday nlRht, was
picked today nt noon. Tho Quakres will
send teams for nt least five of t'ne six.
relay races and for two nnd possibly Jfctt!nmi,nhi?tnnn'tvc"r? '!liiaA.ear'" training
hree of the field events. Altogether near- lUj as this Maser Is In fine coSdtiinn nnS
Pitcher Majer arrived at St. Petersburg.
Fla . from Ma farm Just outside the city os
Atlanta. Ga One hour later he was Investi
gating Panatna lists, for the mercury regis
tered, ,0 and the bright sun was ahlnlnj. Wnen
told the conditions were nothing unusual ha
.IaJvIaM.I thai nr Mrn. I .- ." .. - . . "
Bosj Show Here Today
1 Ketnji.'n Keasat Club alter a U-a
Mrf IMS. Thr ovimvi, iws two mgifr;
WNrtaHil Atml Vlitujlly tH of ht walF
IMiawa bfreib wen rrMi. aw ul a
sMsytgrtvJ Maw was ataid aa a 4atr adr
ft? K$ ,.fe' , ad4 W nav
lag kKattan with some merlcan club.
Football at Columbia
SKW YT.KK, r-rti ST -Hour rei-wts nUtlva
to tit ruratfw. of football at rilgwbli " JIJ
bwo puWkn veuerday fti lait aS7l moit
Uiuwiant prbab aa Hut nl the r.T,uV
3SiP,. Jfu,"ff!. "! Uatlous ih.-i2j;
m, OTi,nnitl..M A !.. ...... .Vlr. ,H .
S i"u5Hl7iaTu"-in ZSZ.VIW ."?f
tav rvaUHMtloN at the rtm were luugkceiii
. nun fj the faisUty of Cunibla 'IS.
sad ttt oftlclal sanMou of Ih. L... .,.".!?
ta all that l tI4 to complet m it
Wdth Lcv ghl(o
I, m ss m - CservtM
H M. Mftaa SB- fM tHa
"Jf Ws h Wo.r lUrrv
a Lt)Ha ft al ,..; He at i
ar : ? -i- --.yw .ctj e s .-.H'? imutiw
W ? "' aisa fcti.a-
Vith th? Rurfati
wait &tmi hhS
te W MUtani Mttra ! iid ai
4rd Htlav r i
Lmu thav.h taw night
iliatM Hajrr, Ad.
iSBUala e.i- , sB-MHssl j u tua skili lit (a J7
iteo- v g Haui hw Umw ky a 4r, l(
ly M men will wear tho Tied nnd Blue.
Trials, were held today for the 160, 1000
and IXV yards relays. Five men will
compose the 150 and SO) yards relay
teams, while four will be tho maximum
number for the other races. The Quakers
have decided not to send it tenm for tho
500-yard rela;- because they haven't
enough good men for It. Their com
petition In nte SW-yurtl relay will depend
upon whether or not they have to run
heats In It and the medley relay. In which
they will concentrate their best men. If
J. there nre not heats In tho tncdloy relay
there will be n good team in Iho S00
No trials were he.d In the medley relay be
ouae the composition nf Mill team has been
known fur some lime, ir.uli relay of this
event U at an add distance. Jim tockwood
luis been announced to run the nrst portion r
VOO ards. whll Captain Don l.llU'liH'Ott will
run the ,100 uidi following. Then Krank
Kaurmsn will takp up the running for hl
ards and will turn the lorn over lo Ted
Meredith, who will tun Ilia final ItHkl uni.
These men are thought In ha the fattest In
.lncrtcu rur tueir nur leular i .idnn.i. nml
they are favorites for first place next week
Tods) a trials show that Pennsylvania will
have a good liam for Hie lomi-vanl relay. The
trial was won by Karl lluiuiihran In very
goo.) tliiui. fcltmHigh Coai'h liitun would not
annuunr It. Ituniphre) Just beat Stout Th
other two men la make the team gr Dnrsey
and l'eeao, Willi llalcom and Junes aa subatl-
..The acnn-aril rslay trial was woo by !a
Karn with Huston C'olton and i.leUrmai)
HaUblng In the order named. Only four men
were picked for the lM-tard Irani, hut a fifth
will be cltomi on llonrla 'nils tram, ns fur
as Idljied. will RWitlst of J (' Pattnrsot).
KrlwtHaii, Dupaa ami Caster The 10-yanl
team wft) be made up of llaluom. HsidHirn. Fsr
uvison Bfbrader and Ijm'Uwuu.1. tlm latWr's
raimlng 4fenllng upon th heata
A team was also announced today for the
lada vault Tliere are unly live ellglbl put
vaulteea tl are fwvvell Prise Ilearuneujl.
Wilson slid fl!i Hawell and Prle ar tht
feast of thla feam, the at her three blng only
It la llksly that th I C. A A. A A will
naka a ehauga ttt th nitthad at Murlog the
tp cvsiuis. ih fwe4lt rma arajjiriuas
a wUiner of tht nvmt Khali li de
ns m rfcuuiry ruonmif, but an
it has ba& sllblalltd la La fAiAl an
MpSraiy afttrnaaa tt th annual ouettag pro-
viamg that th Pvo best pacforniaucea af MAch
turn hll a totalled ami divided bj Hve th
beat such affu man detHdlna tba wtuact- ft
tht aBwndment ta nasaad tt wilt go Into efltat
tor th gaiaua
Pvniunivauta s reet ta have a gssat at
JJii" atudaata aa4 jrmluirt
oa.s.. s-le " "-sM. UI4U
ntc in nuin
lean League, who Jumped to the Chicago Fed
erals from the Washlnt-tnn ,im.rip.nk fL. .,
.nrt'2n. !.urne', .' Washington, has been
notified at Chicago to report for spring train.
V." i ' iWTrcor,4.Jf"" on Marcn o. Manager
star pitcher of the Am.r.
Chicago federal Club,
The annual quadrangular meet yester
day aftornoon at the Third Regiment
Armory virtually clamped tho lid on local
scholastic Indoor track competition. Tho
nthlotes will now rest until a call for
outdoor practice is made.
The first open-air schoolboy meet Is
bchcdulcd April 2, when the various aca
demies will enter teams In relay compe
tition on Franklin Field. Xortheast High
School will hold an interclass athletic
meet April H.
Of the ten records established at the first
annual Indoor quadrangular games held last
.vear, eight nf tho marks were smashed In
the second meet, which was again won by
Central High School, yesterday afternoon Tho
points scored follows. Ccnttal High School, f.0;
West 1'hlladPlnliia High School, ::0fe. North
east High School, nn,; Philadelphia Trado
fachoot, 10; Southern High School, o.
y.lv iptoruB were maae m in oo-yara uain,
2-nilIo run, SSO-j-ard run, mile run, 00-yard
nigh hitrdl-s. standing broad jump, high Jump
and 410-5 ard run
The records for the Indoor "Quads" now
stind ns follows:
'("-sard dash Wrldel, West Philadelphia
High frchool; time, ,"n-S sec.: made In 1013.
,,'?a1''1. high hurdles-C. Smalley, Central
High School; time. tKI-3 sec; niado In HUB.
-'.'0-jard dash nuntlng, Northeast High
School; time, 23 sec ; mads In 1014.
140-yard dash-Henry, Central High School;
lime, 53 2-5 sec . mado In 1015.
SM)-ynrd run-iMcHale, Central High School;
time. 2 mln. 8 1-5 sec.: madn In 11115.
Mile run-Hornier, West Philadelphia High
bchool, time. 4 mln. 52 sec.; made In 1015.
Two-mile run Rctneller, Northeast High
(School: time. 10 mtn 4,14-C sec.; made in Win.
Standing broad Jump Stoeckle. Central High
School; distance, 0 ft. Bt in.: made In 1016.
Running high Jvmp Tie between Robertson
and Hampton, both of Central High School;
height, B ft. a',i In.
J,2-pound shotput-Devereux, West Philadel
phia High School, distance, SO ft. 0 In.; made
The rornrdn mad tn iota hv Ttimlln. nf
Northeast High School, for the 220-yard dash,
and Devereux, of West Philadelphia High
School, for the shotput, were tho only marks
to remain unshattered.
Catholic Tllh ftchnnt nnd RnnthM.n ITI.h
School will comncto In the initial outdoor
dual meet at Southwark Field. 10th street and
Oregon avenue. Central High and West Phila
delphia will take part in their first open air
competition on the same day. meeting Hill
School at Pottstown. and Penn Charter ut
Queen l,ane. respectively. The date is April
Two of the biggest events scheduled are tho
Penn Helay at Franklin Field. April 23 and 24.
nnrt the annual outdoor auadrangular meet at
Houston Field. June 4. The latter event will
cloan the scholastic season.
Other Importcnt games are the Swarthmoru
College tnterscholaatlcs. May 1; Penn Middle
Slates Interacholastlcs. May 14, I-a. Salle Col
lege oundrangular meet. May SI: Princeton
Interscholastlc meet. May 22. Catholic High
School's annual spring sports. May 23, and the
Ocean Cltv Interacholastlcs. May 20.
Miss Bauman in New York Demon
onstrates Her Fistic Skill.
NEW YORK, Feb. 27. Figuratively
speaking. Professor Eddlo Toy, of San
Francisco Is wearing his chin In n. sling
today, ns the result of a boxing bout with
Miss Carolina Bauman, a young society
girl of Atlanta, Ga. Tho occasion was
the fulldress reheatsal of the sport car
nival, which is to bo given next Monday
night for tho benefit of the unemployed.
It took placo at Brown's gymnasium.
Miss Bauman, who Is only 19, and very
pretty, unllmbcred a collection of wal
lops which mado tho professor open his
eyes. Sho climaxed n. series of stlffc
jabs with a straight-arm punch to tho
chin, which almost jarred Professor Toy
out of his shoes. The couple wore llve
ounco gloves, nnd tho bout was witnessed
by a number of society people as well
as many pt occasional boxers. Among
tho latter wero Battling I.evinsky,
Knockout Brown, Jack Britten, Kid
Wagner, Young Abeam, Tom Kennedy
and Al. McCoy.
i Inman "Victorious
NEW YORK. Feb. 27 Finishing the task ot
conceding hit opponent 2000 points In a KO00
potnt match, Melbourne Inmuu, the Hngllsh
billiard champion, finished his four-dnv con
test with John Montgomery last night ut
Dovlo's Academy. The final score was. lninan,
3001, Montgomery, 003,
JOHNSON IS BARRED
FROM HAVANA Rjfi
Promoter Declares Nejrro-WM
Bouts Will Not Be Tokrat&t
wuiara atm Hopeful.
STAR BOUT TONIGHT
AT NATIONAL CLUB
Seattle Lightweight Meets Pat
Bradley in Feature Event.
Other Boxing Items.
Charles A, Camlskey, owner ot the Chicago
American Letgue club, who was reported se'l.
ouay 111 In Ban Francisco, expects to be able
to leave, bis bed soon, according to word re
ceived by Hetretary Harrldae, of the Amer.
Iran league at Chicago. Ills condition was
said tn be not as alarming as first reported
Rota II. (Tes) Irwin, for several tears with
tho llronklyn Nationals, yesterday at )to
thester N V.. signed with the Rochester la-le-natlonuls
for tlio coming season.
Tiger Oarsmen Out
Spring weather this week enabled the Prince
ton University oarsmen to tako to the water,
and practice was held on Lake Carnegie with
an Initial showing of four vcrstty crews and
tbree freshmen. Only light work will be held
for the next few days, until the men have be
come accuu.ciel to the oitdcor work. The
first race win he with Annnpolls, and up to a
week before this event there will be no cut in
the so.uad The present heating of the first
varsity, which Is temporary. Is Putnam, stroke
I.tnk. 7: Qulnby. 0. Ingersoll, B: Qadebusch. 1,
llerfron, S; Robinson, 2; McKlbben, bow,
McCall Grammar School Five Wins
McCall Grammar School continued its win.
nlng streak by defeating John Wanamaker
Commercial Institute squad In n track meet
50 to 4. McCall als defeated J. W. O. I in
ii baii-etball game, 41 to 3. The Icuu.rex j
the track met wer the running of Rothman
Nieman. Ulrklvltck, Palter, and the high
Jumping t Sheenan.
Amateur Bout Results
Jimmy McCiovern quit to Jimmy Valentin
In the oper.jns; bout ot the 118-pound aeml
flncls last night at the Oayety Theatre, after
Ufa-. raiinHs In iha sa akvu s . . -iiraiiaT V
,- ivmiu, st "wviiiu UUUt l llllfl JIOLr.
son won from Harry Whit after three rounds,
getting th; Judge's decision. Charlie Leahin
JL'f wda the verdict at th end of the
third chapter over Young Meehan. Charllo
Dagger got tne ; decision at the end of the third
over Jimmy Valentine, Charlie Leahan waa
given the verdict at the end of the third over
Willi Jackson. In the final bout of th loST
pound class Young Drailey quit to Jo Tuber
In the opening chapter '
Smith to Fight Flynn
NEW 'YORK. Feb. IT.-Cunboat Smith and
Jim Flynn will fight a so-round bout at
Juarex early next month. Thla nw llem was
connrraed jeiterday by a dispatch from JaS
Curiey at El Faso. Tex.. whVsald uSt, ".
aplte th fact that th. Johnaoa aid wflUrd
championship, battle had been postponed, he
wouU bold the bout between Smith Jod rifna
P.ay Campbell, the Seattle, Wash.,
lightweight who gave Tommy O'Keefe
a sensational battle here last year, meets
Pat Bradley, of Southwark, In the star
bout at the National A. C. tonight.
Campbell Is a clever two-handed fighter.
Ho will oppose the toughest of tho local
The program follows:
FIrft bout Tommy Jamison, Gray's Ferry,
vs. Charley Dole. Southwark.
Second bout Johnny Weber, New York, vs.
Henry Hauber, Falrrrount.
Third bout Eddie Wngond, Llltlo Italy, vs.
Lew Stinger. Little ltalv.
Semlwlnd-up Young Fulton, New York, vs.
Grover Hayes. Southwark.
Wlnd-uo Ray CamDbell. Seattle. Wash., vs.
Pat Uradley, Southwark.
The preliminary numbers to the Sailor
Charley Grande-Johnny Howard fight at tho
Olympla A. A. Monday night are' Packey Horn
mey vs. Johnny Majo: Eddie McAndrewa Vs.
Andy Cortez; Sammy Becker vs. Joe Mooney,
and Joe Hefferuan vs. Terry Martin,
Jack Dillon, the Indianapolis middleweight.
Is training at Billy Boxer a gymnasium her
for his battle with Tom McCarty at the Broad
way Sporting Club, Brooklyn, Tuesday night.
. There was no doubt whatever as to the re
sult of the Charley Thomas-Tommy O'Keero
match tho other night. The latter'a superiority
was evident from tho clang of the first gong.
Unfair tactics marred the bout, O'Keefe being
the chief offender.
Battling Levtnskv. the local light-heavy-weight,
and Jack Dillon will box here within
MTT'Vvr -V-rvTJT- -, ..
,, .uiuv, ren, i'(.-"Jack J!,TT
and Jess AVIllard will never meet In gf
vana," today declared Captain Cimtsl?
A. nice, head ot the National SnnriSf
Club of that city, and one 0fflffl
""'" nn owners on ths blasi
who Is in New York on a visit. M
" ncm. uoiing mere, but no VS5,
between whites and blacks." h ,STfll
"That was tried there several yeuil
.wm no ueuriy nau race riots.
.iL'V.,.:.21' '" 'earned ffi
., .e i. """'"" niy agreed to ports
"c"- Ior tno "so or Havana's Ulljmf
for the Wlllard fight, and backed Xt'
when a lawyer drew up the final paperS'
..-. ., t,u., uj, ma reason the refajjl
of tho stadium management to allow W
the exclusive use or the stadium Wia
now nnd tho date of thn nht m
Rapid-fire cables from Jack CurltriTal
believed to be responsible for JobuoVfl
vnuiiso 01 ntiiiuae. it Is understood Cm
ley asked Johnson not to make any conj
nrarngements until ho arrived. Carlsfl
if" expected ftero Mondav nlsht. M
Judging from Johnson's actions !
words he has not tho slightest InteMiotfi
or going to Juatez and fulfilling hlt'csi
tract to box Jess AVIllard. If the pool
ever Is held anywhere It will b rkii
here in Cuba, according to every India-
EL PASO, Te.v Feb. 27. - No fttrUiqj
word has come to fight promoters erh
Jack Johnson and his Intentions resswj
iiiu inu junrez mote, vvinara saia tww;.
that ho was certain Jack Curiey win
bring Johnson back and that th fifhl
would be held at Juarez. Wlllard aid'
not train any today, as It rained hi
but ho said he would train lomonw
again. r m
"I am In fine condition," he said, Mlj
he looks it. Since his arrival AVIUardliJl
taken on much hard muscle and his fiwa
nas assumed a brilliant tan. Ifepojuuu
hard as a rock. '
Approach Rifle Record
WASHINGTON. Feb. ST-HaHag defeated
the 17nlfj4 s3lati v.r-i 1ZJ1?.. w."Eld
olatea Xsral Amd.mu ,. .T?
seventh mateh of tha lnt.nM.ttrl,..- -.."
aluVAIlDF hjnlftn.1,ln .....?... rvn
sTiT. goti-IaT-.'nM.r""'' :!?
llek-a ia. wTihln r;"-'.r?'
cord todv with AH .ZZ1 n i'..t
i.u Ki.r. r.u.r. .rim?- " asa-
iuaJIng Tad pV!" " "
Thoso boys meet in the final fray
of the weekly National A. a
show tonight Campbell is a
Western boy who is aa clever
boxer as ever cam her from the
wild and wooly, Tho ever-slug.
ginif BrwJley ebouW aks asttera
wtenwwg for tJt eoaat boy.
To Fight for ITockey Exutence
NEW YORK, Fb. 27.-Th BotUin A a
team wlS b lUbttae fw u2lf& -,
chamDleAthlp peaalbllliy la the AmatetiJ
Hockey League when it ats the IriihTAjiiVr.
ivan A. C. at St Ntcbslaa Wak lertFht.
Denies He Will Be Ump
CHICAGO. Feb. ST.-Haak CDay. former
manager of tb Chicago Cub, denied yester
day ibat.b had aaoUcatloa to iVa
Natlacal UMfUt for . Oomft" j.
f Brovrnson FJre to PUy
Th Breweaoa ft, al Wllategtao. wtH
mat It JJfrt avuearaiic tatiu alb- iS
altht ca)5k laTTiMtr Aaalais cKiJj
tEta tte tea at MtbTa4nla
streets, tav gam aut i ok
Legalise Ten-round Boxtttg
tarn S9wsr erssrat ai XS0 dm-vsm isn:,
Tl'omas L. McNamara, a former metropolitan
open golf champion from Boston, won th
Florida open golf title yesterday at Palm
Beach, Fla scoring 1S6 for tha 30 hol,
medal play, and establishing a new lb and
.11,. hole professional record for tho course. His
afternoon round of M Is th best score banded
In on the new- course.
Alexander Smith, a former national open
champion, and Jack Jolly divided second and
third prizes with totals or 141. alavandr
hmtlh had a fine opportunity to catch tha
leader until th last few holes of his second
round, where hs missed putts that caused his
The best amateur score was made by W. J.
Travis, Garden City, with 143, and J. It.
Hyde. South Shore, waa second best with 11U.
Prizes ranging from $150 to 120 were awarded
the nrst eight professionals, and a cup was
given to Travl for tho brtt amateur effort,
unrmarles; T. L. McNamara. Boston, 1.10;
Alexander Smith. Wykagyl, 141: Jack Jolly,
Newark. 141; Tom Kerrigan. Dedham. 14!1; AV.
J. Travis. Garden City, 143: W Hagen. Ro
chester. Ill: A. H. Fenn. Palm beach, lit;
J. M. Barnes. Whlteraarsh, 111, J H, Hyde!
South Shore. 148.
Francla Oulmet. iho amsteur champion golfer
ot tha United SUtts. yeaterday waa latel by
the Massachusetts Golf Asmciatlon at plus 2.
at Boston. This la tha nrst Instance In tbe
association's history of a p)aer having been
handicapped Lelov scratch, borne of tlio com
lalttee wero In favor of placing the rat
Flayer at :t below, but It waa later agreed
hat th Imposition ol th first-named handicap
w9 nulla enourli tribute to Vila ram
Two atmkes higher than Oulmet 1 Ray R,
Oerton. of Brae-Bi.ni. on the scratch mark
and that rating, which la ono lower than hi
last ) tar's, was allotted him especially on
account of tee splendid showing be made tn
iba amateur championship, although lie would
have been a low-marked player In the State
If he baa not bean started In tbe National.
Tars Have Big Night
Eight hundred si hitmen, fa ml Ilea and
frlsatda were at tbe "Night o' tha Tttra" en
tertainment and dance In I.u Lu Tempi last
sight. Tha entertainment waa featured with
local bits on the racing owners, their boa Is
and tbe rac officials of the Dataware River
Yaabt BaetaaT Association. The Baltimore
rat cam to for lota of good-natured raillery.
Tb Camdaa MotorbcJt Club presented a
sketch, IB eh they gave their Id of ntari
htlf atteb a rac a that to Baltimore.
Bridgeport Nine Challenges
The manager of the Bridgeport baseball
club. "Buar alacln, u arraaxlns gamea for
tb asoatoc .ieaaoa wttb. team la Nw Jersey,
Pennsylvania, aiut Dtiawajre. The ta Ih
niaxera rat ffa 18 ta Jt-, In ISIS Brldto
ntrt w"1 tontar UvamBleortiLp ef Otj
itr CUr. AU ill tuSbtJ lttdn
a1' wa".39 T 24 1 PJf4. For
S?uis5 M!fsfr ?vert Might, p. j
O. Box 17 BrWawiawl. K. 1 ' ,
Fil-at rare. 15 furloncs. nurse ISIttor,
year-olds and un. selling-Blanche,!!!
101; Ava, 107; Yorkshire Boy. WI; 'm
kota. 107: Wolfs Beths. 103: Retente. Ufc
Slallk. 110; J. II. Barr, 112; Colonel BroiS
112; The Monk, 112; Flatousn, m; im,
Pnnnnr 111. Tlh Tt 115 'fl
Second race, 6 furlongs, purse Wife:
3-ycar-olds and up, selling-Yellow tea
er. 97? astromo. 87' SDOhn, lMi 'CKfi
Michael, 104; 'Uncle Ben. W: UMti
112; Perthrock, 112; Charley Brown, W
Fairy, 112; Masalo. 112. m
Third race, 6 furlongs, purse JXL mh
year-olds and up, selling 'Stubborn, -.
Lawrence, 100: Chltra, 100; Lamoue, ajj
Elsewhere, 103; China. 107; 'yueeu,
T.ntilttl 11. VlnnprlAf. US? MaC. 115. ,M
Fourth race. 6 furlongs, purse S0!.,M
3-year-olds and up, handicap. EncorW3
Valas. 103; Milton Itoblee, S6: Co.m
Tom Green, SS; J. N. AKin. ; w
T-t. TV..1. ir. Tn. 17lnn 107.
"''"' .'""' 'i -"".""' I ..... tm,m
f inn race, ai tunongs, pu's" v" 'vi
3-year-olds and up, selling, snip,
Faithful, 105; 'JJall, 107; Fred UvyLi
Marjorlo A , 110; Cooster, Hi J
..,... ,, . win 4-vear.Q
aixin racv. inm., jtuioo "' ,,je
and up. 'Change. 91: 'Sweet
r, V. .r... ,vn,hi ins. 'Jaboyi
Hollow Eyes. 103; Milton B-, Ul. m
AVeather clear; track fast
Post, 2:30 p. m.
Apprentice allowance claimed.
.lERSEV CITY BALL CLUB
MUST PAY P. IUUJ
Supreme Court Decides Suit-
JEHSEY CITY, X. J., fX
, ,i n '... nhtslned MJI
cision In the Supremo Court today w
Pennsylvania Railroad fV."i
the Jersey City Ejrilbltlon i Cow
owners of the Jersey City BasebU
of the International BuTv,.DOri!
This amount covers the transpo
. a. , -.-. e-Atn Acs
expenses or pwci - - tnM
to Durham. N. C. the n!Tja
camp, and back, during . -
What's it about?
When is it out?
T ,, an'r. rue!
read the SatunW
March 6, issue ot
GJIKAT A1X-STAB Of,
ltlh M i
National A. C "f??
Wiray Faror Four-mile Kare
UMBSllWE ilw Feb. 2T ..o.j, iiniVUt)Ul A Jaa5a,sj
Unty of M5 irj-il e sia citisa I - "" f ! Hfftttii-M.
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