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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY .14, 1916.
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HAPPENINGS IN SCHOLASTIC RANKS OTHER NEWS OF SPORTS
DARBY HIGH NOW
Victory Oyer Swarthmore
Booms Local Players'
Chance for Title
DE NERI'S SPEEDY EASTERN UEAGUE FIVE
HALTED IN RUSH
FOR TOP RUNG
Tail-end Jasper Five Gives
Upstaters Drubbing at
' OTHER SCHOOL NEWS
OTHER CAGE NEWS
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Schedule for Today
Cam.!", Hlh Bjhool i tj. Atlantic City
tilth School, nt Atlantic City.
tfhlliidelnhla Trade School vs. Wll
mlnillon filili School, at Wllmlnitloli
"nfrmantown High School js. Jenkln
oun HUH School, itt ncrmantown.
1 Swnrthmore CoIIckf Scrubs T. Swarth
more ITcparntoir School, at Swarthmore.
rnl.roiiBl Academy Third I'orm ts.
rlfth form, nt Episcopal.
Darby Is famous for many things nth
iMle Its baseball teams, football elevens
in l basketball quintets; There Is ono In
stitution In Darby, however, that Is mak
Inc a new record for 1318. It Is the Darby
HlEh School, which yesterday won tho
hi camo of thd season by defeating
Bwarthmoro by a score of 33 to 19. Darby
HUh School students aro consequently
nappy today. They nro celebrating tho
For by winning from Swarthmore High
in tho Importnnt contest yesterday Darby
lllsh took first placo In tho Delaware;
County High School Athletic Leaguo with
n record of two games won and nono lost,
with tho strong, pennant-asplrlng Garnet
quintet relegated to second position, with
two victories and ono defeat, whllo
Bwarthmoro nnd Chester High aro tied
for the honors.
Tho lP.-guo standing, revlsod to dato,
'0llS won. Lost. ?.
PrWih School....., 2 O 1.000
Bwarthmoro II Irh School
Chester lllsh School - J, .JJ
Mulls HIR .School...., - -JjpO
linsdowno High School 0 S .000
Teamwork tolls tho Btory of Darby's
sncccsi In the jramo with Swarthmore.
Though Pearl and Spahr did tho scoring,
scouring all tho points for tho winners,
'It was tho quick, short passes by Captain
Frauton, Carpenter and McDoughall that
helped materially In clinching tho game.
Pearl alone scored 13 of the cntlro total
of 33 points, the other ten , being made
by Spahr with flvo field goals.
Swarthmore High Is not out of tho
running and still nopes to ouiwu uaroy
In tho race for tho pennant. The suburban
athletes wer leading up until yesterday,
- and thoy nro going after Darby High
with plenty of light.
That's what Captain Yarnall said after
the gamo yesterday and "W. Wood, Dace,
E. Wood and Reese, other mombcrs on
the Bwarthmoro quintet, aro eager for
Indications which pointed to many close
tattles In tho Delaware County High
. School Basketball League wero not over
looked by tho school fnns, and they wero
not surprised when Darby upset Swurth
more's championship hopes. Tomorrow
Bwarthmoro will cither step Into second
place or tako third position, for Chester
',,'Uteh' will play In tho Swarthmoro cago
In tho contest which will break the tie
letnecn these two schools.
Templo Preparatory won a closely con
tested basketball game with the Salem
High School athletes yesterday after
noon, leading by three points, ID to 16,
when the llnnl whlstlo blow. Salem 'High
presented a strong aggregation of play
ers. Coach Callahan officiated for one-half
the gamo and Sir. Nlcholal. director of
athletics at the Tempte University, was
referee for the other 20-mlnuto period.
Thomas, the Temple forward, was the
high Indlvldunl scorer for tho winning
team, with three Held goals and flvo out
of 10 goals from the foul line. Dllauro,
b, the forward, scored only onco from tho
scrimmage, wnuo l-'oiweu, at centre,
caged ono field goal. Uladnoy and Selt
ilnser nlternuted ns guards, and Roberts,
who played tho other guard position, add
ed a couplo of field goals to the score.
As has been the case with so many
p.layers this season, noberts was very
weak at foul goal throwing, with three
ft misses marked up against him. As
Temple won by a margin or only inreo
V points, It can readily bo understood that
the students at Broad and Uerks were
on edge every tlmo the ball was tossed
toward the basket from the flftccn-foot
J Ttmrif .
Salem High Bhowed unexpected
strength. In reviewing the work of the
Ealem players, Sheppard -was easily the
star, with three Held goals to his credit,
while Fox tallied two field goals nnd
Sullivan only ono from his position as
guard. LummlB, center, and McDonald,
guard, were both on their toes overy
minute of the tlmo and helped to keep
Salem In tho running.
6t.Luk"e'a School opened Its 1916 basket
ball season yesterday afternoon, losing
to the Wilmington Friends' School team
by a . core of 32 to 23. Coach Frost tried
out a number of new men and, while
tho team did not Bhow up bo well In
thO.lnltlnl rnnto.t li IVilnko wliW o IIH1
(.' more eXDerlpncA 41ia WnvnA Athletea will
L5 ln (.their games. Sargent and Conrad
piayeo forward; vldmer was center, and
llcKolvey and Baxman held down the
r pard positions. Vldmer and Sargent led
mo scoring ror t. Luke a acnooi,
f INTERCITY RACQUETS
MATCH ON TOMORROW
t New York and Philadelphia to
-Meet at Racquet Club in
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f miaaeipnla and New York win meei
i -.a the first of tho Intercity court tennis
na racquets matches at the Racquet
t-Nb tomorrow and some very Interesting
' K?y ,ho1.l bo witnessed at both gaines..
nere wilt be one match at court tennis
and two at racquets. Jay Gould will bo
Jinable to play tor Philadelphia ot court
tennis, and hi? doubles cnampionshlp
jartntr. W. H. Tv Huhn, will be paired
th Edgar Scott. The Racquet Club
" will be opposed by C. B. Sands and
f yne. Whitney and the contest should
Hove extremely close and Interesting.
Oeorge If. Brooke and Joseph W. Wear
UI be Philadelphia's first pair In rac-
,, Buu jjBy tvm prooaoiy
ooponents C C Pell and Stanley Q.
MorUmer, tho national doubles cham-
This match should prove a par
wularly Interesting one. hut the proba.
Z,?, "e ,nat tn championsiwui pruvs
tttflo too good for the local pair. C. S.
J" Jr55iy ad W. J McGUnn wlU do duty
h Sf h"delphia In the match for second
lf'1,Uellll00,i e selected from G. M.
7ckhr John Waterbury and George
,BJat "'ed Bromloy and JlcGliaa
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In tho photograph of tho Do Nori basketball team nbovo, those
President S. O. Grawlcy, Grlmstad, MnnaRer Ambrose Dudley
' RIFLE SHOOTING
Gun Club With 25 Mem
bers Organized by
REVIVAL OF SPORT
With the talk of national defense, pre
paredness nnd military training In tho air,
along with the rumor that the schools
and colleges nro considering tho forma
tion of undergraduate mtlltla. It was an
nounced yesterday that Chestnut Hill
Academy Is to form tho nrst rllto club In
tho history of the school.
Although rifle clubs wero prominent In
the public schools before the days when
tho supervisory commlttoo enmo Into
power, tho sport haB never flourished ex
tensively In the private schools and acad
emies. At Chestnut Hill about S5 students
havo Joined tho colors and an application
to the National Itlllo Association has been
Vhllo waiting for tho ofllclal result of
the application, tho members of tho club
nro drilling several days each week under
the direction of Professor Jnmlson, a
member of the Now Jersey militia. A
rlllo range Is being installed In the base
ment of the academy and target practice
wl)l soon begin. Another range will be
built In tho open ns soon as tho weather
It would not bo at all surprising If the
action of the Chestnut Hill students Is a
t- -runner to the formation of rlllo clubs
among the local schools. Several years
ago West Phllly, South Philadelphia, Cen
tral High and Northenst all supported
rlllo clubs and a wide Interest was shown!
but when the control of tho Supervisory
Commltteo became prevalent over public
school athletic events tho rlllo shooting
About tho time that the shooting was
stopped tho city had well-orfcunlzed
leagues nnd often correspondents' matches
were held with Institutions out of town.
At that time prominent men In tho circles
of tho national guard wero Interested In
the scholastic gunners,
31'LOUGHLIN CASE TO ,
BE SETTLED FEBRUARY 11
U. S. N. L T. A. Will Make the Final
Decision, Is Report
NEW YOniv, Jan. 14. Tho amateur
question will bo thoroughly threshed out
at tho annual meeting of the United States
National Lawn Tennis Association, which
will bo held at tho Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
on February 1!. The action of former
national champion, JIaurlce V. McLough
lln, nnd Thomas C. Bundy, of San Fran
cisco, In opening a sporting goods store
has Btlrred up tennis circles. President
B. D. Wilson, of the National Association,
who was a delegate to tho recent con
ference to define an amateur, voted for
a stricter definition of an amateur, and
as he was the representative of his or
ganization, there Is no loophole for the
organization to straddle the question, even
If it desired to take such action.
HILLMAN PAYS GREAT TRIBUTE
TO ABILITY OP WORTHINGTON
Dartmouth Athlete Is
Said to Be One of the
Best All-Round Per
formers in College
nmHE best all-around athlete I havo
J. ever seen at Dartmouth, and If ho
concentrated would bo the best In the In
This Is Coaoh Harry HUlman's tribute
to Harry Worthlngton, Intercollegiate and
A A. U, champion broad Jumper and a
splendid football player. Hlltman la i a
good Judge of athletes, fpr heknowa the
beat in the college and amateur world.
Right now Hlllman Is coaching Worth
lngton for the pentathlon, which will be
the feature event of the first day of
Pennsylvania's relay carnival this spring.
Last year Worthlngton. with only a few
weeks' training, was a close second to
Howard Berry, of Pennsylvania, for
pentathlon honors. Without making any
excuses for tho defeat of his man. Coach
flillman Is contldcnt that Worthlngton
will beat Berry this time.
Worthlngton has another ambition
which Hlllrnan think he will realize be
fore his days of college competition are
over That Is to maka a new intercol
leeiate record for the running broad Jump.
Worthlngton now holds the record A. C.
Kraenzleln, of the University of Pennsyl
vanla made the present record of 24 feet
Jor and a half Inches, back In 1839. But
worthlngton has been hovering arowu
tha It-foot nw"11 ever slnce and may et
It at any time, particularly lnc ha still
has two year of Intercollegiate coropott-
"worthtngton a. wonderfully consistent
tumoer. Last ywr be won. tb nt?rco-'
jumper- '. . . .. . ,.., Vur
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Kinkaldc, Dark and Bcckman.
GEORGE BIHCKLEY IS
BARKED BY TRINITY
Advisory Board Settles Caso After a
HAUTFOnD, Conn., Jan. 14. Gcorgo
Drlckley, widely discussed all ovor the.
Knst because of his connection with tho
Trinity footbnll eleven last fall nnd tho
refusal of several colleges to play Trin
ity, hns been barred from further ath
letic competition at Trinity College, ac
cording to the new athletics eligibility
code which was passed by tho ndvlsory
The clause that bars Drlckley states
that no student shall bo cllglblo who
has beon a member of n basoball team
belonging to n classified leaguo or asso
ciation under tho so-called National Asso
ciation of Baseball Leagues.
GRANTLAND RICE IS
VICTOR AT PMEHURST
Sports Scribe Is Low Man in
Advertising Men's Golf
PINEHUBST, Jan. 14. Tho golfing ad
verttalng men, who havo beon hard at
It slnco Monday, yesterday wound up
their long slego of medal play, by four
days of which, on 72 holes, their various
class championships wero decldeu. Tho
new champions In tho three classes aro
Class A, Grantlnnd nice, Englowood;
Class B, C. T. Russelt, Ardslcy; Class C,
F. E. Nye, Dunwoodir.
Those mado the 1)cst scores for the 72
holes In their respectlvo classes. Rice Is
the real chnmplon, succeeding E. T. Man
son, since he won In Class A. Ho went
over tho No. 3 course this afternoon In
77, which Is the best slnglo round of the
tournament. He did a 78 yesterday. His
four days' play consisted of 95, S3, 78, 77
337. Following him came E. T. Mnnson,
Frnmingham, with 337: Marshall Whlt
lach, Baltimore, 311, and Boy Barnhlll,
Fox Hills. SIS. C, T. Hussell's total gross
In Class B wero ZS5 and In Class C Nye
became tho champion by negotiating tho
72 holes In 401. BIco'b card for today:
Out 46543345 4-37
In 3 6 4 5 5 4 5 4 5-40-77
As Bice already had won a. gross score
prlzo for a single clay, that trophy went
to Barnhlll, of Fox Hills, who did a 78.
There was a tic for the best net of tho
day dono by R. L. Whltton, Beverly, nnd
A. L. Foster, Dunwoodle, each with 89, 14,
75. C. McCormlck, of Brunswick, won the
prlzo for tho best net for 72 holes In this
division. IBs net card was 302.
To Honor "Johnny Poe"
PniNCETO.V, M. J.. Jan. 14. Permliilon
was granted the class of 1HUS by tha Hoard of
Trustees of Princeton Unherslty at a meeting
hers o raise money for an athletic flild to
bo erected in memory of Johnny" Poe. who
was killed In franco while righting with the
Kntenle Allies, l'oe waa famous an a football
player during his college days at Princeton
and waa the hero ot several grueling contests.
Plans wero made by the board for university
extension work and gifts ot JO, 57(1 were an
nounced, Governor rlelder, of New Jersey,
presided at the meeting.
Witt's Highflyer Wins
nOClEnS' SPKINOS. Tenn., Jan 14. Witt's
Tount, of Newton, N. C, yesterday won the
Derby Stake of the All. American Meld Trials'
Club run over the club's preservevs hero. Hoc
ond place was awarded to Shore's Carolina
Belle, another pointer, owned by T, TV. Hliore,
Of Salem, N. C. and handled by Yount.
than 13 feet. He went toHhe A. A. U.
championships at San Francisco wjth the
Boston A. A, team last summer and
won with 23 feet W Inches. Worthlngton
la also a good football player. Although
paver having- played college football h
was lnduencad to o out for the (earn
is tha aildaie of la bbsMm d tomedj
ateiy faeM jm Mmmmitm' bt
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loft to right: Nevman,
Tho players seated aro
HIBS TO MEET
Many League Matches Also
on Soccer Card for
RANGERS VS. BOYS' CLUB
Tho third round Nntlonnl Cup game be
tween tho Hibernians nnd Dethlehem nt
Uothlchem tomorrow cuts two scheduled
American Leaguo matches from tho list.
Uetlilehcm was duo to play Victor und
Dlsston nnd tho Hibernians were to meet.
Iloth those games nro off, and tho only
American Leaguo contest will bo between
tho Rangers and tho Boj'b' Club nt Front
atrcot and l'rlo avenue.
Moorostown and Philadelphia will clash
In tho only first division Cricket Club
League game, nnd the former, by win
ning, will tnko tho lead. Tho champion
ship In the second division will rest on
tho Morion second vs. Pennsylvania con
test at Haverford. As 1'snn tlcfcnted
Morion easily last Saturday, the Ited nnd
Blue should win Just as handily tomor
row, nnd victory will placo tho Quakers
a point to the good over Haverford Col
lege, tho present lenders.
Importnnt games ore listed In all divis
ions of tho Allied Lenguo nnd in tho In
dustrial, Playground and North Penn
Leagues. A "frlondly" of unusual inter
est will bo staged at tho Tacony Ball
Park between tho pick of tho Blue Moun
tain League, of Bethlehem, and tho Dlss
ton A. A.
Tho schedule follows:
Dethlehem vs. Hibernians, at Bethlehem. Pa,
Rangern a. Hoys' Club, at Front street and
CRICKET CLUB LEAOUE.
Moorestown vs. Philadelphia, at Moorestown,
Philadelphia second vs. Moorestown second,
at Ht. Martin's.
Merlon second vs. Pennsylvania second, at
Hatertord. UNlTED AQVK,
Vlncome va. Anola, at S3d and Locust
Woodland vs. Shamrock, at Kd street and
N'orth Phlladelnhla Y. M. A. vs. W ssahlckon.
at II and Cleartleld streets.
Drlstol vs. Ascension, at 10th street and
Hunting Park aenuc.
O'ilara a. rcltonvllle, at 10th street and
Hunting Park avenue.
Electrlo Storage Buttery va. J. R. Foiter
Company, at Chelten avenue and Magnolia
Hohlfeld Manufacturing: Company vs. Cres-son-Morrls
Company, at 3th and lirlstol streets.
Martex Towel Company vs. Standard Roller
Bearing-, at Tulip street and Allegheny avenue,
Putnam va. Dlsston F. C, at 3d street and
Falls vs. Wanderers, at Falls of Schuylkill.
Cardlnxton b. Puritan Y. M. L., at 63th
and South streets.
St. Nathaniel vs. Viscose, at n and Clear
Edgemoor vs. Stetson, at Edgemoor. Del.
Veteran A. A. vs. Somerset, at York road
and Loudon street.
West End va. Brldesburc, at 63d street and
Tacony vs. Falrhlll, at Stats road and Dlsston
Puritan Reserves is. Kensington Reserves, at
Sd and Clearfield streets.
Robin A. C. vs. St. Carthage, at Slate road
and Unruh street
Puritan Juniors vs. Alma F. C, at D and
Providence vs. Walker A. C, at It and On
Bethany vs. St. Simeon, at J and Tioga,
St. John vs. North Philadelphia, at F street
and Nlcetown lane.
Trinity vs. St. Barnabas, at F and Tioga
Puritan F. D. C. vs. Simpson Memorial, at F
and Tioga, streets,
Sherwood vs. Klngsesslnr, at Goth and Chris
Athletic vs. Funfleld, at 24th and Jefferson
Starr Garden . Happy Hollow, at Ctb and
NOnTIl PENN LEAOUE.
Adelphla vs. Northwest, at SSd street and
Qlancey vs. Westmoreland, at d street and
Dlsston A. A. va. Pick ot Blue Mountain
League, ol Bethlehem, at Tacony Ball Park.
IIANNON OUTPOINTS 5IURRAY
Local Bantamweight Has Better of
'Willis Hannon. tha local bantamweight
boxer, Is oung In 5 ears but he Is old Iq hla
knowIeORa of the game of hlt-ttop-and.get-away.
11 demonstrated this last night at the
Broadway Athletic Club, when he meted out
defeat to Jimmy Murray, the rugged Italian
battler of New York. Murray, as usual, put
up a good fight, but be was outboxed In a
majority of tho rounds. Tea only session In
which the New Yorker forged to the front was
In the third round. Tbe second was even, whlla
Hannon was entitled to honors In the other
It waa a "nerte-kJnklng" bout tor action.
At tha start tha strong -Saw Yorker cams at
Hannon as tbough. he waa going to batter htm
oE hla feet. He had not reckoned that hs waa
facing a clever boxer. Neither had bis sec
onds, for, as tha -first round Sew ,by and Mur
ray found It a hard proposition to land, one
ot tha Gothamtta's attendants called from hla
corner "Don t attempt to box him; he la too
TbU was right. Hannon waa too clever. Ha
danced all around Murray, his left playing a
tattoo on Murray's face. It was la clous that
Murray was dangerous, but Hannon never
lingered long at close quarters. He would
iump away, and aa Murray waa coming In
.oul.l send hla left to the face or straighten,
the Nt ivrker up with a right uppercuL
There wars times that Htnnon'a left would
b coming so fast that Murray would back
until ha had reached the ropea. Early In tha
contsst.th blood was Bowing so -freely from
Murray's mouth that It looked Ilk a. wrecked
ar bouts Darby Caiuer won Iran.
MW BUt( JACK IM'IWi
una Mortoa. wisjsi
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1 MBMBHBB M&Al
Eastern Lciriic Standing
Vf. L. P.C. W. t, P.C,
prevntock. 14 O ..Oil De Nerl 10 12 .IV
Rendjna-.. It 10 .r.m Trenton .. 10 12 M
Camden 11 10 .S24 .fasprr .... 7 15 ,31S
SCHEDULE FOR TONIGHT.
Camden at Oreystock.
Heading's hopes of pas'lng the lending
Oreystock tiulntet In the Knslern Lrnguo
basketball race were at least temporarily
sidetracked last t.lght when the tail-end
Jasper tiulntet defeated tho Hears by a
score of 33 to 21.
Manager Kennedy's Jewels played moro
like leaders than tall-mclers. It was tho
Ilrst local nppcarnnco of Fuller, the
former Pnterson stnr of tho Interstate
League, who was signed when Hill Kum
mcr decided to return to his home nt
Uutier, Pa. Kuller fits In nicely In the
team play of tho Kensington tiulntet.
He caged one field goal Inst night, made
n timely nsslut to Sedran and held Andy
Scars, tho star of tho Rending team, to
a slnglo Held goal.
Fuller Is by no means a stranger to
his teammates. Several years ngo ho
played on the .'.'cwburgh team In tho
Hudson Itlvcr Leaguo with Sedinn and
Friedman, lleforo Joining Jasper ho spe
cialized In plnylng guard, but he dis
played sulllclent skill Inst night to war
rnnt him a regular plnco at forwnrd.
Sedrnn was the star of tho content for
the Jewels. Ho registered Blx field goals,
though guarded by Morris, nnd con
verted 15 out of 21 fouls Into points. Tho
Heading team was unnblo to mnko much
progress against the closo guarding of
tho Jaspers. Sears was oft form In toss
ing fouls, bagging 11 nnd missing S.
Tho defeat of Heading boosted Grey
stock's lend to SM games, nnd enabled
Camden, occupants of third place, to ad
vance within a gamo of tho Bears.
Manager Kdwnrd R. Williams Rtverton
basketball team In a gamo played In
ItobertB' Hall, IMvcrton, lost night de
feated Manager Stccdlc's home-town
tenm by the scoro of CO to W.
Williams' passers have been sweeping
nlmost every team along tho circuit In
out-of-town nffnlrs nnd last night tho
townsmen of Jersey wero given nn 'oppor
tunity of seeing the sensational machino
In nctlon In the now hall, which will here
after bo the homo dribbling floor for
Crcely nnd Do Marls, perhaps tho fast
est pair of forwards In tho Independent
circuit, displayed wonderful nccuracy Inst
night In mixing passes and shooting field
An far as rennajltnnla Is concerned, the
iwiw with Princeton tomorrow nlaht la tho
most Important of tho season. If the Rod
ond Illuo team can (ret nw.iy with tho gnmo
It will huo nrcompllaheil moro than any
Pennsylianla team In recent jcara to etic
ccsslvo vlctorlca In tho Intercollegiate Leaguo.
Whlln Pennsylvania Is tnckllng rrlncoton.
Columbia will bo paying a visit tn Dartmouth
In tho Hanover gymnasium ond Yalo 'will en
ifairn fornell tn action nt Ithaca. 1'rlncotnn nnd
Pennsylvania han both beaten Cornell bv two
points, ro that thn g.imo between tho teams
The iramo ncheduled between Lehigh nnd
Lafaettn nt Kastnn tomorrow nlKhl has been
postponed until later In the season.
The Camden City League la golnc along In
first-class shape, even though the league doesn't
got a lot ot publicity.
Jasper went to lot of trouble to hava
Billy Kummer reinstated Into tho good grates
of tho Eastern league magnates and then
Hilly wont back to Jeanetto and ha Is going
to atay there
There Isn't n cliancn ror Lou Sugarman to
desert Oreystock. Ha didn't co to Reading
Inst Saturday night becauso ho was bumpod
pretty hard on Friday night and thera waa
no usa of walking Into danger tnn nights In
succession. Oreyetock without Sugannan Is
liko u ship without Its rudder.
Sugarman la attending the dental school nt
tho University of Pennsylvania and he couldn't
very well play on a New York State Leaguo
team and attend his classes at tho same time.
Tome Institute playa Its basketball games
In a irymnaalum with a, dirt llonr, quite natur
ally tho ball Isn't hs lively as It Is on a board
floor and teams who aro accustomed to fast
smooth lloora aro apt to be foolid on the
dirt floor at Fort Deposit.
Camden, with four straight victories, threo
of them over Do Nerl. will bo tho attraction
at Grevstock this evening
May Stage nip; Fight in Open
NEW YORK. Jan IS. The proposed 10-round
bout between Jess Wlllard. world's heavyweight
champion, and Frank Moran, which It was
expected would take place In this city soma
time In March, probably will bo postponed un
til Memorial Duy. This step has become neces.
mry. It Is said, because Wlllard has Informed
the promoters of tha match that he cannot
Relit In March. If a later date Is selected the
bout will be staged In tho open.
Stove League Closes April 12
CHICAOO. Jan. H. President Johnson, of
the American Ieague, said yesterday that the
American and National League seasons doubt
less would open April IS. The two schedules,
arranged to avoid conflicts of dates wherever
possible, will be drawn up later by Mr. John
son and Harney Dreyfus, the latter represent
ing tha National league. The two schedule
experts will confer Informally next Saturday.
Stallings Going to Boston
BOSTON, Jan. It. Manager Stallings. of the
Braves. Is going to leave tho sunny South on
Saturday and will reach the grip belt founday
night, lie wired P. 1. Haughton yesterday to
that effect and ther plan to hold a conference
Jess Cannot Fight in March
NEW YORK, Jan. 14. Jess Wlllard has
has wired thai ho can't fight Frank Moran
here In March, but that if a later date, some
where arpund Memorial Day, Is selected he
will meet tbe challenger.
Meeting to Bo Held at the Hotel
Tho Atlantic League, which went out
of business after two years of rough
going, will bo reorganized here this after
noon with an entirely new circuit by Al
Lawson, of Reading, Pa. Lawson con
ducted Beveral minor revolutions against
O. II. about a half dozen years ago.
The meeting will b held a the Hotel
Adelphla, and representatives will attend
from Pottavllle, Reading, Easton, Allen
town. Bethlehem, Lancaster, Paterson,
Perth Amboy nnd York. A circuit will bo
picked from tha nrst seven teams, with
either York or Perth Amboy as the eighth
Sinee the Tnternatlonal League has
dennltety decided to vacate Jersey City,
the" reorganized 'Atlantic League may de
cide to move into the big Jersey town,
which next season may bo the largest
city without a team in tho country-
Whether 4he newly formed Atlantic
League will make a start as a member
of Organized Baseball or as an Indepen
dent organization remains to bo seen.
Al Lawson, who presided over tbe old At
lantic League, was always an enemy of
Organized Baseball, and h got along all
tight tratll be tried tc expand bia laagtw
Into the Union Leasue, taking: In cities
Ilk Philadelphia Washington., althutH-
w,4 Brooklyn. jtyJmym Icr "Yat
It is Here!;;i
KOSHLAND'S yF "i
Famous "Six- 4P
Sale JpF '
Jf 6000 Suits and Overcoats Value
f $22.50, $20, $18 and $15Iri I
Jy the Biggest Clearance Sale Ever
iM Launched in-This City.
If All at All at '
jj $6.66 $6.66
) $50 Muikrnt Lined ;
Baby Lamb Collar
$30 Full Dress Suits, jjfKWV (tOI AK 'i
' Fun snk Lined, Mmmf'iK ibLl .4o
S14.95 W- $3, $4 and $S Fanc ' t
v MfltWmwMM Ve,l, si 19 v
5fpSr SiiiW KOSHLAND :
I TROUSERS ' (fe "lftf 25fe5SfecvS "
$2 Pants 75c Hll My MTiTlNW '
$3 Pants $1,18 1 L,, WLJ WMP
$1 Pants S1.9S AW, 'P. toSEHSJ
$5 Pants $2.48 fp a? V -
$6 Pants $2,98 gr w &
We consider w
yr"it our moral obliga- v
tion to the public to tell 4
it our moral obliga
tion to the
about this tremendous $6.66
y sale. In the midst of this great
sale. In the midst of this great
triumph we feel
price of $6.66.
From morning to night
the constant stream of buy
ers is nigh overwhelming.
there is always
more." And so
be that one we ask you to see
with your own eyes what near--
ly every man in Philadelphia is
talking about and we want you
to have your share of the bounti
So come and
the clothing that more than 40 of
America's premier manufacturers of
'nationally advertised brands of cloth
ing have sent to this greatest of great
Koshland $6.66 sales. Come
Alterations Charged for at
Vrlwr md .
WrV)r Xvwu -
public to tell
that every man
that 6000 of the
country's finest suits
and overcoats, garments
that sold for as high as
$22.50, are now being
sold here at the one flat
it seems as if
room for "one
that you may I
get your choice, of '
of Tailor's Time i
" - SB
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