Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, April 26, 1915, Night Extra, Page 12, Image 12

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Schoolboys, Especially Inspired to Greater Achievement by
Great Relays Cornell Now Looks Like Winner of Inter-
collcgiatcsPenn Men Merely Hold Their Own.
Thero Is no safer suldo to measure the. progress mndo In track nntl field
athletics by the collego men and school boya of America than tho University
of Pennsylvania's annual relay races. Judged on that basis, tho standard ot
achievement this year has reached tho high-writer mark, for tho performances
recorded on Friday and Saturday were the most wonderful ever seen on an
athtetlo field In thla country, Jt was shown not only by tho scholastic, collo
Blate, intercolleglato and world records smashed, but even more by tho uni
formly fast Umo of tho grammar and preparatory school races.
That woriderful world record raco of tho University ot Pennsylvania's onc
mllo team naturally topped all tho day's performances. Thoso four young
men who woro tho red and blue Kauffman, Lockwood, Mpplncott and Mere
dith gavo a performance that Is not likely to bo equaled In a long time. They
averagod 49 seconds for each of their quarters, and two of them, Meredith
and Xilpptncott, ran their respective distances In 48 2-5 and 48 8-B seconds.
Lockwood did 49 4-C seconds nnd Knuffman 61 1-5 seconds. Had Kauffman
not been forced to run so hard tho day beforo In tho sprint medley tho chances
aro that tho team mark would havo been set oven lower than 3:18.
Itichnrds, of Cornell, Star of Meet
, Of tho other performances, tho most remarkabto was tho running high
jump of Richards, of Cornell, In which ho cleared tho bar cleanly at G feet E
Inches. Tho fact that Richards makes his Jumps without tho usual mechanical
layout employed by most Jumpers makes his performance tho more marvelous.
Ills record stood for C feet 5 Inches of natural spring.
Noxt was tho new two-mllo Intercolleglato record of 7 minutes G5 seconds
mado by Princeton In the two-mllo relay. Tho Tlgorg averaged 1 mlnuto 58
seconds for each half-mile. Herctoforo no university has ever had four men
who could averago better than 2 minutes to tho half. In tho other events,
Foss, of Cornell, and Newstetter, of Pennsylvania, divided honors In tho polo
vault. In which they tied at 12 feet 9 Inches. Of these men only Foss will
appear In tho Intercolleglato championships, for Newstetter Is a freshman. But
both havo It In them to reach or better 13 feet.
Schoolboys Make Mark in Athletics
Turning to tho schoolboys, their work was distinguished by tho fact that
Ita bo many races their teams ran In time bettor than 3 minutes 40 seconds.
This Is an average of 55 seconds for tho quarter-mllo. But thoro was hardly
a school team In tho games that did not equal or better this time, and a great
many woro under 3:85.
This great relay carnival Is really responsible for tho development ot
America's schoolboy athletes and Justifies tho compliment of tho late James
B. Sullivan, that "the Pennsylvania relay carnival has done more to build
up athletics In America than any other agency."
Most followers ot college athletics aro anxious to know what bearing tho
relay performances will havo on tho coming lntercollegiato championships to
bo held on Franklin Field May 28 and 29. Tho winners of all tho big relay
races, ns well as of tho special events, with tho exception of tho 100-yards
dash and tho 120-yards hurdles, will bo hero again and In better form than
they wero on Friday and Saturday. Tho Javelin and discus throws aro not
on tho I. C. A. A. A. A. program.
Cornell Looks Liko Winner of Intcrcollegiatcs
Saturday's events, read for their Intercollegiate meaning, point to tho fact
that Cornell is going to bo Just as strong as ever, and right now tho Ithacans
look- to have tho edge on tho Quakers, with Yale and Dartmouth dangerous.
In" Richards, Cornell probably has tho winner of the high Jump, in Foss tho
ylnner of tho pole vault, and In Hoffmiro tho winner of the two-mllo run, whilo
Spelden, Wlndnagle and Potter should gather moro points In tho mile nnd
two-mllo runs than all tho other colleges combined. Then Cornell has a likely
winner of the hammer throw in McCutcheon. This does not tako Into account
Ingersoll In tho sprints or a trio of hlgh-clas3 hurdlers. Cornell, indeed, looks
better than over.
Tho Pennsylvania men lived up to their records, but that Is all. "With tho
possible exception of Rowloy In tho broad Jump no now men wero discovered
who look llko point winners. Newstetter, tho pole vaultor, cannot compete
because he Is a freshman, and the first-year rule makes Howard Berry, winner
of tho pentathlon, Ineligible for this year. About tho happiest event from tho
Pennsylvania standpoint waa tho demonstration Captain Llpplncott gave that
be Is himself once more. It was tho first time ho had had a real outdoor test
since last year's Intercollegiate meet. Patterson Is not himself yet. but ha Is
Of tho other colleges, Tale proved unexpectedly strong in mllo runners,
and Princeton equally strong In the mllo and half-mile. The Ells have two
men In Overton and Poucher who will make troublo for Cornell's dlstanco
runners If they are properly handled. Overton, In fact, looks llko the best
mller In any of tho colleges. Princeton has In McKenzlo a mller who will glvo
Overton and the Cornell stars plenty to do, while Hayes and Moore both aro
point winners in the half-mile. , i
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Howard Berry Beat Jin.Thorpc's Records
Tho pentathlon, which was tho feature of Friday's games, was one of tho
most Interesting events ever staged In America. Likewise It produced In Howard
Berry a youth who Is likely to be America's leading contender for tho
pentathlon and decathlon in tho next Olympic games, if they are held. A
study of Berry's performances placed sldo by sido with those of Jim Thorpe,
who won tho pontathlon at Stockholm, mokes Berry's work stand out as
conspicuously good. In two of tho five events Berry did better than Thorpe.
These wero the 1500-metres run and the Javolln throw. It was extremely
unfortunate that a mistake was made In measuring the course for the 200-
motrea run. Instead of making it a fraction over 218 yards, it was only 198
yards. But computing Berry's tlmo for tho full distance at the rato ho
was traveling ho would havo beaten Thorpe's Stockholm record In this event
by 1-10 of a second. Thus Berry really outdid Thorpe In three of tho ftvo
events. But in the other two, the running broad Jump and the discus throw,
Berry fell down badly. Six months after tho Olympic games Thorpe was
disqualified by the A. A. U. for professionalism and his Olymphlc trophies
return. All his marks wero erased, and In the revision of points Ble. of
Norway, won tho pentathlon. Had Berry competed and dono as well as ho
aia on naay ne would havo finished in second place, Just three points
behind the ultimate wlnnerV That shows tho character of Berry's athletics
performances. He will bear watching.
Princeton Had Right to Two-mile Decision
Quite a bit of comment was heard on Saturday among those who are
unlearned In Intercollegiate rules over the decision of the Judges In giving
first place in the two-mile relay to Princeton Instead of to Chicago. McKenzlo
fell Just beforo ho reached the tape and did not atrlko tho tape at all, whilo
tha Chicago man hit the tape fairly. McKenzlo received the decision because
ho fell across the finish lino before his Chicago opponent breasted tho tape.
McKenzlo waa lucky that he pitched headlong as ho did, for he was tiring
so rapidly that if he had not fallen the Chicago runner would havo struck
tho tape first. The intercollegiate rulo Is thfit tho winner Is the man who
first strikes tho tapo or any part of whose body Btrlkes tho finish line on tho
ground. It was very much like the famous two-mllo race between McCurdy
of Pennsylvania, and Spelden, of Cornell, two years ago, when a similar head
long plunga snatched victory for Spelden from tho Quaker, who was first
to bit tho tape.
Trouncing Good for Phillies' Nerves
Tho winning streak of tho Phillies has been broken and perhaps it is well,
even though the fans would like to havo seen them go on their winning way
for some time to come. 'Winning streaks are great, particularly lata in the race,
vhen a. team needs tho games badly, but It Is a matter of doubt whether they
ore good for a ball club at this time of the year,
For one thing, the Phillies wero getting bo they could think of nothing
but the winning streak and talked nothing bat baseball all day long. When a
ball club gets In this shapo It Is certain they aro worrying too much. A club
that worries Is sure to go stale, particularly If they are going at top speed all
the time.
Had tho Phillies' streak lasted much longer It Is probable tho team would
havegone stale. When a club goes stale early In the season It usually has a
hard time getting out of Its slump.
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George Stallings Declares
He Has Been Experi
menting, But Will Set
League Afire Mitchell
Now a Scout.
George Stallings, manager of the
world's champions, does not tako tho
Phillies' spurt seriously. He pays that
Mornn has a good ball club nnd one Hint
will almost Burely land In tho first divi
sion, and possibly In second place, but as
for beating tho Braves for tho pennant,
that is out of the question, according lo
Georgo. To dato Stallings lias been ex
perimenting with joung pitchers, nnd lie
bellovea that his club could havo won
several games that have been lost had he
wanted to send his first-string men to tho
pitching hill.
Tho 21-playor limit goes Into effect on
May 1, nnd at present Stalllncs has 23
men on tho list, not counting Fred
Mitchell, his first lieutenant, llo does
not want to part with nny ot his men,
but realizes that ho must, and It Is for
this purposo ho has been experimenting.
Mitchell, who hns been given full credit
for tho wonderful work ot tho Braves'
pitching staff, will no longer nppear on
tho coaching lines, but will act ns head
scout nnd coach In tho mornings when
tho team Is In Boston.
Dick Egan has been purchased from
Brooklyn and makes It all tho harder for
Stallings to cut down. At prosont ho has
flvo outfielders. They aro Mogoe, Con
nolly, Moran, Cathor and Gilbert. Ono
of them must go, with chances favoring
Gilbert, because of Cather's hitting nnd
nblllty to play third base. Ono lnflcldcrwlll
have to go also unloss Stallings can cut
off three pitchers, and nt present that
looks llko a hard Job. Either Tradgrcssor
or Bruges' will bo rut loose, with chances
favoring the retention of Bruggy. Stall
ings likes his fighting spirit and head
work, and Intimated that Tradgressor
would go back to tho Birmingham Club
of tho Southern 1cnguo.
Eleven pitchers are on the Boston
roster at present nnd two. nnd poslbly
three, will bo released on May 1. James.
Rudolph, Tyler, Hughes, Strand, Hess nnd
Davis nre certainties, but tho latter will
not Join the team until the mlddlo of
June, when he Ib graduated from the
Harvard Law School. Aside from pitch
ing. Hess Is first substitute for Schmidt
at first base, whilo Strand Is looked upon
ns tho best pinch hitter on tho club. Ho
matin good In Friday's game, when his
single drove In the only run scored by
tho Braves.
Cochrehnn and Crutcher nppear to be
the pitchers picked to depart from tho
world's champions' ranks. Cochrchan has
shown onlv fair form In a yenr nnd a.
half, but Crutcher has pitched some ex
cellent games. The latter npparently has
everything needed to bo a star but the
stamina. Stallings Bays ho lacks tho
thickness In the back of his neck ever
to have much stamina. This Is a strange
remark, but the Braves' leader, who la
a graduate physician, Bays that this Is
a sure sign of lack of strength.
With his team working ns mapped out
above, Stallings believes that the Braves
wltl break nil records for number of
games won In tha National League. The
present recoril Is held by the Chicago
Cubs and was made In 1910, but Stall
ings says that his club will easily pass
this mark. The Giants are looked upon
as the most formidable opponent, though
George admits that the work of the
Phillies Is more than a flash and that
Moron's team might possibly keep up In
the race for three months.
The batting records below Include the games
played Saturday af:rnoon.
AD. n. H.
Byrne .It 0 H
(Bancroft M 8 fl
Dsokor 58 4 3
Cravath 31 3 'i
Whlttsd 10 4 11
Nlehoftvr 32 T in
Ludcrus ..... M 6 13
Hlllefer 20 4 8
Burnt ,. .1 o 0
Paskert 8 2 1
T.B. S.B. Ave
V U .174
AD. I. II.
T.B. S.B. Av.
.. 33
1 o .171)
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Oldrlna- SS
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Mclnala ..... 8
Lapp ........ 10
McAvoy ...... SI
fcehang ,...,,, 3
Strunlc ....... 84
Harry ,..,..,, 83
Thompson ... 7
Savles ,, 2
Kopt ,,, 5
JlcConnell , , , 3
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X'Al rim i&f Hk
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Hero aro two baseball players who aro known largely by the bats
they use, or rather the use they make of tho bat. They arc Sherwood
Jlapteo and Gavvy Cravath, onco partners in the crime of "fence
busting," now rivals, tho former with tho Boston Braves and tho
latter still with the Phlying -Phils.
Local Fighter Will Try to Wipe
Out Defeat of 1913 Bill at
After waiting for more than a year, to
bo exact since Christmas of 1913, Eddlo
O'Keefo, of this city, will get nn oppor
tunity to evon his score with cGorgo
Chanoy, of Baltimore, when tho pair
throw gloves at each other nt tho Olympln
A. A. tonight. Last year, In the ring ot
tho Broad street arena, tho Oriole City
featherweight knocked out O'Keefo In five
rounds, and tonight Eddlo will endeavor
to redocm himself.
Tho program follows:
rirnt bout George Ferns, Fernwood, vs.
Tommy Delaney, Clifton Heights.
Second bout Danny Danforth, U. S. navy,
ve Mike Coiner. Little Italy.
Third bout Teddy Jacobs, New York, vs.
Nell McCue, Hmolcy Hollow.
Seml-wlndup rrnnkla Conway, Southward,
vs. Leo Vincent, Southward.
Wlndup George Chancy, Baltimore, vs. Ed
die O'Keefe, Southtvnrk.
A huge boxing treat with amateur par
ticipants is in store for North Penn fol
lowers of pugilism tonight. Promoter Billy
Nusblckel and Matchmaker Walsh, of the
Quaker City A. C, have received a big
entry list for their second amateur show
of the season at the 29th and Dauphin
streets club.
Six bouts, with Knockout Jack Farrell
and W'llllo Lucas In the main melee. Is
tho weekly attraction at the IFalrmount
A. C. tomorrow night. At the Palace A.
C, Norrlstown, tomorrow night, Eddie
Moy, of Allentown, will tackle Eddie Mc
Andrews, who Is coming to the front
with leaps and bounds.
Muggsy Taylor has clinched a good wel
terweight match for the Broadway Club
Thursday night. Itltz Walters, of At
lantic City, will mingle with Henry Hau
ber, of IFalrmount. After a short time on
tho sidelines, the lattor has come back in
great shape this season and he has given
all of his opponents a corking argu
ment. Al itoore, tho latest entry In flstlana of
the fighting family of the same name, Is
said to be a repeater for Pal when the
latter fought na a bantamweight. Al re
cently won nn amateur tournament and
he Is preparing himself to make his pro
fessional debut in the near future.
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'Bill" Wngenknight, Crack
Quarterback, Will Enter
Southern University in FalK
The University of "Virginia will have
listed on Its rolls next autumn ono of
tho best scholastic football players ever
dovoloped In this city when William
Wagenknlght, of West Philadelphia High
School, enters tho Southern university.
Tho Orange and Blue nthleto has an
nounced 'nls Intentions of matriculating.
Wagenknlght, known ns "Bill" to all
followers of scholastic athletics, has been
tho chlof cog In .West Philadelphia High's
gridiron aggregation for tho last three
years. Last season he was captain of
the Speedboys' eleven.
As a quarterback "Bill" proved himself
a good leader nnd one of tho top-notch
signal s'nouters seen on tho Boholastlo
field hero in years. Ho also played well
at fullback, and nlthough handicapped in
weight Wngenknlght's sensational end
runs and lino plunges were big factors
In gaining ground for tho Orange and
Blue team.
Six Races Dally Including a
Special Trains Penna. R. IL leave
Broad St. 13;34 p. m.. West Phllo., 12:33
p. m.; B & O. leave 24th and Chestnut
Sts. 1215 p. m.
Admission, Grnndsinnd anil Paddock,
1.50. I.ndlea. 91.00.
First Race at 2:30 p. m.
Game at 8. SO P. M. Admission. 25a. BOo
and 7So. Box Seats, SI. On sale at Glmbelt'
and Spaldlngs.
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Adm. -3c. Hal. lies. SOe. Arena Res. tie, 81.
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On the Other Pnw
ttt.- l.t 41.1- 1.ifrtit nttils Intn vntlt
soul: tho mummy ain't had no fun for
moren'n 5000 ycnrs'-BIIl Barlow.
1'oh snM U, Jiltl.i n nee full, too
Ynu hml hop on that one, pal;
That's what I call a "follow through"
Wailht xhoatlno al In tho corral,'
Yrl, lakrn up from play to play,
Athwart tho battle's up and downs,
llrlievr mc, llltl, this iitMinmy Jay
Has not us pushed below tha llrowns.
"The mummy ain't had any fun"
Well, neither has ho rent to meet,
No dally labor to bo dona
No "monthly statements" clog his beat,
And far away frnm modern law,
Beyond the range of shrapnel selenoe,
Itc never heard of Harry Thaw,
Or del his money on tho Giants,
"The mummy ain't had any fun"
Well, maybe not but all In all
He's had a fairly healthy run
Of luck at least amid tha thrall
iVo pnnlc's left him broke or bent
Ilut far away from Trouble's flurry
I'U e thousand years ha slept content
Tho mummy hclllUl 11 B should
"Mnnagcr3 report ployora nro hustling
better than Inst year." Which 1s logical
enough. As the gamo wan drifting qulto
n number nf earnest young nthlctcs woro
beginning to tit aw visions nf .-a-day Jobs
In tho not so very distant future said
Job ranging from 7 n. m. to (1 p. m. In
plnco of from 3 to 5 each afternoon.
Safety First
Tho occasion doesn't often nrlso In a
ball gamo whore It Is to a player dis
advantage to malto a hit. But aocordtng
to Sir Michael Donlln this occasion once
"Any time," says Michael, "that I got a
hit off Rube Waddell tho rest of my
afternoon was spoiled. I hnd no further
pleasure loft In1 the game After that
ono hit I spent tho rest of tho afternoon
with my foot In tho water bucket. For
tho Rubo remembered each guy that lilt
him snfely, nnd It was a enso of ducking
tho bean ball on tho noxt trip to tho
"A baso hit," ndded Mllco, "Is some
thing; but having your head used as a
tnrgct tho rest of tho day Is also some
thing." The IUrIi Cost of Sport
Colonel Howard Mann has gone out
after theso high-priced boxcre with a
battle axe a crusado that deserves fur
ther support.
This matter of paying fighters from
$5000 to JIO.CO0 for 10-round exhibitions
amounts demanded by Gibbons, McFar
land, 'Welsh and othors Is tho veriest
smear of bunk In its rawest form. Thero
Isn't a ono of them worth tfOOO for n 10
round dancing Jubileo. 'llho only sano
system Is to pay them from $300 to $100')
a night and cut the scalo of prices down
within reason. The $3 nnd $10 scat scalo
should bo pruned to $1 nnd $2, which Is as
much ns any 10-found fight Is worth at
a liberal estimate,
"nut they won't fight for that amount."
ono might suggest. Better still. Then
they may havo to go to work a cntas
tropho that nono of them would llko to
Crazy prices demanded by leading box
ers havo hurt general Interest In the
gamo, and In tho end, will drive It on tho
reefs. And any fight fan who pays over
$J to see a 10-round boxing match Is
blzarrn In the been, not to say comical
In the cupola.
Ono Reason
Dear Sir Why is Alexander, of tho
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Thoso who flguro that Chick Evana lil
nn erraiio goner snouid talk over lh ,('i
untlon with Snnko Amos, of Pri.....Ji
football renown and Chlcngo goiflr,,!
"I havo played golf with Chick," MJ
tho old Tiger star, "for nt least 10 years.!
ever slnco ho was a young kid In fact J
nnd In nil that tlmo I havo never tttnS
him play ono bad gamo of golf-ono Eam.f
tvtiern bin nenrn wpnt no UinU n. ,, Jr L'J
'Micro is still another point," Mr. Anul
anuil.1l4 llr1iA1.. Oft . . aUC9g
luimmiuu. iiuto du consecutivo medal!
play rounds over nny golf course In Amer-i
Icn, nnd I will back Evans against iA
"'"", "' " uiiu niiiiueur or profM-3
slonal. I know thoro Isn't an amateur In!
this country wlin rntilrl Ht M . L...I
light In such a long test Since last aum-i
mer no nas auaea anotnor JO yards to hli
drive, and la now tho longest driver, I'j
know nf. TTn in thn ptaai. v. i. '. 5
rnculous but thero ho stops, for Chick ti'a
sun n. uuu piuicr.
This mav SOUnd n trlfln ntrnnir k.o'rui
onel Amen In nn nYnollAnf 4i, --j l. 1
has either played with or against thiJ
ooai uouora in xno country. Ho his ojta
.ion carries unusual waignt.
Tho Ultimato Dream
Tho averago duller might ponder thlij
over. Imaglno playing golf three tlmuj
n week for 10 or 12 years and neverl
piaymg uaaiy enough to notch an S3 of
Or Is thoro nny duffer living with aaj
imagination mat Keen?
C and G
Cobb nnd Crawford havo been stacking
up baso hits and runs for 10 years, lnj
this tlmo they havo dono moro than thl?S
share of tally making for thoy ha?j
never been equaled In tho history of thS
And now, after 10 seasons, In jilace oJ
slowly drifting back to provo again thatj
Vnilth "Wilt Rn Kprvprl nnd fliiphlT.A.J
two aro tearing Into tho ball with greater!
lerocity man ever. t-roDamy never be-j
foro have they finished tho first 10 dayi5
of tho campaign at such a clip, where i
their deadly bludgeons havo broken up
so many contests, unen only fair pltcn
Ing to tighten up tho Tiger defense and5
this nalr will furnish tho needed offenstrst
strength, even should tho rest of the
cast slip back.
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