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DA VIES GIVES PENN
Bew Dees It Strike Yeu?
Bexdek a$ Manager
HI avf veu ever watched group of men going through calisthenics? There's
b Mecker here and a ihlrker there. There Is no will te work because it in
i .j. Thai's the point. . . '
Lawsen Robertsen, whete advice en physical training is highly regarded
... ... nnm nald! '
( innn exercises best when he think lie la net exercising."
fiie student In class calisthenics go through the motion of
. . half -hearted fashion that Is, most of them. The effort is
!.". 'L'"" .;ri:ln. That's the psychology of it.
lint iiirl- out the shirkers and the slacken and give them a basketball and
1 J i he m en a court and they'll steep and reach and stretch and go through
'if ie notions of the cnllsthenlc exercises and think Ihey are having a fins
SI. T'iey are at play, net works and play Is Instinctive.
Huse lli'wlfk Is a keen student of human nature and he has recognized this
ii nmt taken advantage of It. Mass athletics nre 8uccesfnl at Btnte College
fcMtise Ilealek'a system calls fef football, baseball, track, bnskctball, bextrig,
-.Hintf soccer, lacrosse, tennis, cress-country, golf and ether sports and the
!? loneus "one-twe-thrce" of the cellsthcnic drill Is eliminated.
Htnte can de this, for the college buildings are surrounded with green fields
many acres, and there Is plenty of room for piny, l'cnnsylvnnln cannot be
mom the campus is small and the university Is surrounded with nercs of
kiildlais and there is little room for play.
State has fields, but Is lacking in housing accommodations for athletes,
m. system has outgrown the equipment, but with Initiative and nggresslvenca
typical of the Institution, a campaign has been started te raise $2,000,000 for
llasvs he Is with his football coaching duties, Dczdck finds llme te talk
s alumni wherever he gees and pleads for contributions te the campaign.
BEZDEK may be anxious te get bach into big league baseball as a
manager te prove that his sjstem n luted in Plttsbt?rgh will pro
duce desired results, but the Phillies will liave a battle getting lilm
away from Penn State.
Besdeu as Next PhlUle Manager
If WILLIAM F. BAKER wants llexdelc he will have te go te the mat with
State College. And It will be a battle of greenback.
The Phillies will have te dlt deep tind yet Bezdelc may leave the Center
County institution for less thnn $10,000, which he Is said te be receiving under
bis present contract. ....... , , ,
Huge Is anxious te get beck into baseball. Mere than a year age. he had
Mi eyes centered en the managerial Jeb with the Phillies, but nt that time
Biker already had decided te give Wllhelm n ehnnce In 1022.
Yeu will remember that Dick Harlow, new with Colgate, signed te go te
Lehigh te coach last car and suddenly went beYl: te State. It wns whispered
bout then that Bcxdek would leave a'nd Harlow would be head conch. But the
report missed fire.
Bezdtk would meke a great manager for the Phillies, but the club needs
something mere thnn a grent mnnager. it needs a pitening stair ami an inneiu.
The 1022 strategical beard of the Phillies, comresed of Wilhelm, Oonrey
nd Fletcher, certainly knew baseball. And Doeln, Moren, Coombs, Cravath
and 1oaevan were no Innocent children In the ways of bit; leaguers.
But of the six menagerH who hnvc been hired and fired since llll-l, no one of
them has the dominating personality of Huge Bezdck, n forceful, two-fisted boss
te tic wayward ami a kind, encouraging, brainy adviser te the faithful.
THE 1923 manager has net been selected as yet and be It known that
Arthur Hotelier Is net out of the running. Thrre urc few. if any.
men In this big-time game who knew mera about It than the long-Jawed
Startling Statement by Majer Griffith
MAJOR JOHN L. GRIFFITH, the Judge Lnndls of the Western Conference.
In explaining his reasons for net handling the rose of Donnld Murry,
disqualified Wisconsin star, mnde some very startling statements.
. Griffith investigated the case of Milten Reby, injured Michigan halfback,
who. It was alleged, hud played mere than three years of varsity football. The
Commissioner decided that Reby was eligible. '
The refusal of the Commissioner te investigate Murry after handling Reby
vni discussed with much heat and the ether day he explained his position.
"I have an understanding'-with the directors of the renferenre," he said,
"(bat my office will net investigate charges that any renferenre athlete has vlo vle
lata) the amateur rule prier te June 1, 1022. This tool; the Murry case out
e( my lunula.
"Before June 1, 1022, only half-hearted attempts were mnde te enferre
this rule, consequently the boys bad a right te feci thnl infractions of the
amstcur rule would be overlooked.
"At the June meeting, the directors agreed that they would whole
heartedly and honestly enforce the rule lu their respective institutions and enrh
ilrecter se advised bis men. These who violated the rule after Midi warning
should be barred."
Till Is net exactly a tribute te conference athletics before June, 1022.
Personally, the observer cannot see why any college athlclr should have a right
Ce feel that au infraction of the amateur lule would be overlooked.
IT IS almost impossible te believe that officials of Institutions such as
Chicago, Michigan, Netre Dame, Illinois and the ethers would
Intentionally overlook professionalism.
LEADS IN FOOTM L
Evtn New Yerk Places Pennsyl
vania First in Production
of Grid Teams
PREP SCHOOLS ARE GOOD
The State of Pennsylvania, second In
population and thlrty-necend in area,
stand first In the production of foot feet
bull teams, says the New Yerk World.
Thre Is nn either fWnt In thn Union
which has fire such first-class tcauw as
Pittsburgh, Penn Stnte, University of
Pennsylvania, Lafayette and Washing
ton Jeffersen, together with aeme fine
irama in ijicltlnwm, Hwnrthmere. i,a
nigh, OettynbiiHf, Bucknell nnd Frank
lin and Marshall.
The football nrtlvltv of the Keystone
State 1m net limited te the college
within its border. Many of Its nntlve
sous have gene outslde of the State
and have added luster fe Pennsyl
vania's reputation. Princeton has
Hnlvcly, Euwer, Griffith and McMillan !
Cernell, Munns; Vermont, Reck: Dart
mouth, Meera nnd Tayler: West Point.
(Inrblsch; Wesleyan, Frlcke, nnd hosts
of ethers throughout the Enst.
Tliee Pennsylvania colleges ewe a
considerable portion of their football
strength te the caliber of the prepara
tory and high school teams developed
every year. The Klsklmcnitni Springs
Scheel nt Saltsburg maintains tcama
which stand pre-eminent through this
section, and their graduates have
formed the bnckbenr of C.len War
ner's squad at Pittsburgh. At the
Fame time "KlhUl" bus enough men te
send an' Elliett and n Prcndergast te
Lafayette and a Keck te Princeton.
Mercersburg, Hill. Wyoming. Perhlo Perhle
men and Mansfield Nermal arc net far
behind. The various high school team,
especially thec of Pittsburgh, Harris
burg Tech. Washington, Ureensburg
nnd Philadelphia, are worthy opponents
of the best secondary tcama of the
Beets and Saddle
The Severn Purse, in two divisions,
will be run at Pimlico today an the sec
ond nnd seventh races. The Pimlico
Serial Weight for Age Handicap is te
be run as the third race. This is Ne.
.'I of the series. The Country Club
race for Allien and the AnnnpeliH High
weight Handlrnp nre ether features to
day. Horses which peem best are:
First race, Tnncl, '. A. Rinehnrt,
Faith W. : second. Mawrceran, Oar
tnenritn, Deuble Cress: third, Little
Chief. Tryster, Hephaistes: fourth,
Dream of Allnh, Emotion, Beeswax ;
fifth. Illldur, Dry Me'in, Knet: sixth.
Little Hepe, Sling, Delhi Maid; sev
enth. Swccpy, Coaler, Royal Duck.
Dade Park Horses which seem best
ere: First race, Bcdar.zle, Fernnndea,
Eau Cellie : second. Maheney. Teney
(Hue. Ruby; third, Lord Granite.
Nttimp. Jr.. Tender Heth: fourth, Sir
Lnwftil, (ieni, Avispn ; fifth, Colonel
Tayler. Sewell Combs. Orgaritc: sixth.
TiiMp D'llennrur, Dr. Ree: seventh.
Wndswerth, Phclnn, Min Prosperity.
The dcmbli! running of the Pimlico
Futurity took a severe tell of the
tarters. BIomeiii Time. Hew Fair.
Denges and Little Celt ramf un aillnu
bftrr the race. H. C. Hlldreth lini an
nounced thnt h" will ship the Rnnceras
'table te the .lebstnwn farm in New
Jersey for the winter with the excep
tion of n division thnt will be left in
Maryland for the Bewie meeting. Theve
nre thirty-six yearlings in training at
Pin FOR PENN
"Tiny" Hewitt Will Start Sat
urday's Game at Fullback
JACK SACK IN SHAPE
"Greens" in Frent With Only
One Defeat and "Whites"
Occupy Second Place
CYNWYD TOPPLERS TIE
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Wen lxrnt r C.
-.Senior With (second tenon) Nertheait vs.
ulrn Nermal at Norwood.
Senior . Hlh Uruer Darby t Central.
Ulaltie. Martin at
Tnentt -ninth and Hemerm ntrtt
Elementarv (slrln) Muhr nt Whlltler.
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS' ANNEX FOOTBAM,
Cathedral va. St. Clabrler at Canlll Field.
PIIIVATB 8CHOOL' SOCCEll LEAGUE
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KverfenriW Ut" y' G'MI,ii "I"". t
lSlJlin-?elin',r00'" " ""'"""itewn Whliee.
trebr'i!rUVr"n' v"- Unlen WhltM
U.ru'niekn.:'- Unl0n Xw Ulue''
Ty0'"" rfl"tlng the Over-
big kal ." friub. h,,ve P""1 "P "
?.!.... K' fnr J tne race for the
have the chnuiiilenKhlp
flrst hnlf of the am-
hI.nJ!ire.?-.Wr' of matche 'the cluh
uVtstar r vri"rit.y'I,,he Kinah
r'fularayiW"'' ""JFecht m the
V le"t one ira"K. """niue. have
M tWO, hive Hl,nu5h,ly "I W"kt'r '
fat. n" C("P"rea with two do de
8tf AtteriS,U '", , ,' "" "'
Ml tk.' l7 verbroek
linnbln ta Suttl ilnirn mi1 li.nlnw
,HSthelr real speed. The Cynwyil "tJulds."
Ml for 'natnriCH, had wen nix straight
;;SJ ! Jintll thev biimpctl against the Over-
.non'ureoK "Miutcs" last wceic. Then they
btiuuer.iy lilt the l(li mill wcre beaten
The Cynwvd "!l(' had enlv leif
eni game when they faced the Over
brook "(triiw" List wcelt, hut were
nosed out for the odd by eighteen
Tlw Meiimi "Mnroenn." always at
or near the top In the past have been
unable te hit their Ftrlde thN fall.
I5v alninniing the I'jilen Lcague
" White V for three goals lout wceh,
the "Morenim" managed te cniwl above
the .TOO per cent mark nnd are tied
for llfth place In lh t-tandlnu with
the Ucimantewn "Whltch".
The ether Mcrien tcem. Al Mo Me
Carter's "Whites," hnvc been imeble
te get going. Tin "Whitea" have wen
only a tdnglu gnuu, but they received
three by the default route hint week
in the Union League "Illues" were tin
nble te put a ten in in the field, This
helped n let and p'lts the "Whites" In
a tie for sixth place with FMdv Hotter Hetter
thwnite's MnnufnctuierM' "Vellewa."
Tim "Yellewn." by the way, were
moving along very nicely until Innt
week, having wen four nnd lest two
?auu'K, but Farrelli one of their stars,
ailed te appear for the cla.ih with the
Oermantewu "nines" at Manheim, and
ns no substitute wan nvailablc, the team
had e iday four men against Her
mnntewn'a Ave nnd dropped three
atrnlght, ene of them, however, by only
The MnnufacUiicrs' "Blues" are way
down tlui line with enlv two games eji
the credil side, but the higgi'tit Mir
prise of nil is the peer showing of the
t'nieii League teamx. One of these, the
"Illues." hasn't wen n xluglu gume,
while the ether, the "Whites," has
only annexed one.
Tonight the leaguers meet the speedy
Ovorbroek aggregations and will hnvt
te step mi the gas hard te meld being
blanked. There vill be n buttle lejnl
when the Merlen teams tnckle (iciiimn (iciiimn
tewn, as these clubs .ire perennial rlvala
In nvrv form nf Minrt. Tint Mnnnf.iK.
enl ...' .teami nav i turera ai;e given uie. ennnce te pull
tks Atk.. -- K?7 Ujrnwjra Mc te tee iieiu na will work
" ether eat.Ddrt being their bud of te tuft that trick.
. puree S1300, for two-eur-eldi,
i 112 I.leten Ifearle ...112
Pimlico Entrlea for Friday
Kl Dnrnde 112 I.leten Ifearle ...112
Turbulent lt'J I'ny Dear Hi!
Oran II r. Cliua IK'
The Oa ll.i sultnn US
Ileinplnc Heme ..llli Ithlncseld lis
ivvil ru(Biun ...II
Second race, the Oriele Steepleche.ee, for
lour-yrar-eioe ana up, aeiung, puree tiWiv.
Ovwrmalch, 182 Ilrlganna 144
Lucky Find 141 Jehn Austin . ..ISA
7",; T.r.eut us fVn 0ll ...ISO
JftlLe Mareuuln . .102 (alDebndxu ISli
glmma 144 Frank B . . . ..144
TFlvn ivmnd claimed for rider.
Third race, vurta 11300. for thr-e.jiar-elda
and up, clalmtnx, l mll Hnl a. furlena;:
Jprdan lin eKnihTinrt
park Horae 120 ItanlUn 112
(Xlrarc Kuter .102 North Waliu .. .103
niirlt Hill 113 (nlTlmrllnt . ..lt
On Hlih 112 'War Victer . ..lift
Lady Zeu 102 Huenec 113
Bynnnd lis I'eoder 120
(a)B, K. Ilryeen entry.
Fourth racf. the Filniwce. .for three-year-elda
and up. puree 11800. 1 mils and a alt
teen tn i
Kellennen . ...10T Benun 104
Jehn Paul Jenea .110 Emotion .112
eat fal . is I
nun race me Walden Hanillr.ii). for two-
year-elde. 110,000 nridd, I mile:
Baliya Alley 123 U).MartlnKaI
wwuniin iu nrltni 'I
Maa Bmltli 102 (hJSella
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jay. S. C'neden entry
lVri lul "' Lancnstfr Ave
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(elflaluhtln Siuble entry.
(MAusuat llelmunt.Keb.rt t Oiry entrr.
mA'A. 'IV- W ,aut)- f"f two.eai-eld
maldena. BH fuilenva;
V'f no 112 Klnff rharmliiK ,.118
JVoednower ....112 Svun .sprlnir'. .113
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Htver.th mce. jree SIKOO. helllne, hanill
SWvJ ?, lir.year-elila and up. il fuiiengH'
Alas II... 101 (n)('uin S-uh 113
(itiDeuiihnut i Kextereue ....lis
..r.;'"' 10J IblArnm of Held. 114
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Sf.Diunce Cap or tdl'Ungtrlne .....103
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wvlinnder . .. 107
y. ! I'ikii and T. F. l'rlce entry,
b)H. Fenn Smith. Jr., Itebert L. Oerr and
Slode Stable entry.
JSlH.""L ,".,ulH tintrv.
ld)K. T. Wlloen. Jr . entr
Apprentice allowance claimed
Weather clear and cold,' tracU fat
.iA iSTf JhSr,u,w,,J- " tM football war
GSr .Wili.d'i.lf f' rmer..Jf another aeasen.
r.ly.w!L,.,.' 1" . "." wh u h' "vary ai.
PleU will be falthfuriv ihrenlcfed en "K
ia"rtTft av? eVtU l'"D0M "Ma"
PlUKburth, P., Nev. . The 1'ltt
Panthers get no rest yesterday from the
grueling pregrnnr set for them by
Coach Glenn Warner at the beginning
of the week, nnd he made them go
through tlieir paces until the limit of
human endurance was reached.
The varsity lined up as follews:
Jerdan, left end; Blmpsen, left tackle;
flack left guard; Bowser, center;
Clark, right guard; Frcdette, right
tackle; Williams, right end; Shulcr.
quarterback: Andersen, left halfback;
riutiagun, right halfback ; Hewitt, full
liig Tiny Hewitt plunged through the
scrub line In a wey that glad
dened the hearts of the coaches, and
Inasmuch as he seems te be In his best
form against the Quakers, as the latter
will testify te when they remember InBt
year's experience, it seems likely that
he will be used as the main battering
ram, at least lu the early stages of the
Jack Sack has had two weeks' rest,
and Is just "raring" te get at the
Quaker machine. He is a wonderfully
improved player, nnd ii likely at any
time te break through the opposing lln.
and smear the runner for a less. He
has never fulled in this performance In
a single game this senhen.
LAFAYETTE Inspired by an un
dergraduate demonstration the like of
which never has been seen en March
Field, the Lafayette College football
squad yesterdey went threturh en of
the most spirited practices of the year
in preparation for this Hnturdny'a
mine wun iiuwers nt New Hrunswick.
Lafayette's POO students, led by the
cellege band, marehed around the Meld
shortly after the football practice had
begun and then took scuts in the grand
stand te cheer for the coaching Maff
and squad. Lafayette lest te Washing Washing
ten nnd Jeffersen lust .Saturday in New
Yerk, 14 te 13. After the demonstra
tion the students left in order thnt
Conch Sutherland might continue his
policy of becret practice.
YAIJB Tad Jenes' reorganization
of the Ell eleven for the Maryland State
gridiron game of next Snturdav was
Indlciited by the placing of .Menty
Denver at right end and the return of
Jack Dlller te rlRht tackle, and the
installation of Lester Miller at left
Deaver was the selection . for right
end In the final games of Inst season.
Teny Htilmun hnd th edge ever the
former Hill Scheel star until a fort
night age, when the close following of
the ball by Deaver, saving several var
sity fumbles, placed him en even term-?
with the former Worcester Academy
Denver has been selected for a llnnl
try-eilt next Saturday. He nml Hiil
man were both used yesterday. Dlller,
who played right tackle nil last full,
was crowded te the side lines by Miller
three weeks age.
CORNELL Bain yesterday drove
the Cernell football squad indoors, cx
t'cnt for a brief dummv scrltninine. se
Conch Pebie decided te give the tu.m
a attfr (inn in defensive play against
the Dartmouth shift nml ether torma terma torma
ttens the Ureen Is using this year.
Doble worked hard with the guards,
tackle nnd ends, drlvimr them in
shnrply agnlnut the scrub punters, with
the hope of possibly tome of the Dart
mouth punte and place kicks. The sec
ondary defence also get into nctlen In
defense against a forward -passing game.
Midweek found every regular in the
line up nnd apparently lit for n hard
gnme Saturday. The squad seems te he
approaching top form, but there Is no
suggestion of overwork.
HARVARD If 1'rlnceten and Har
vard prove te b geed mud hordes
Saturday there will be quite a game in
the stadium, but If the success of the
game of either teum depends en finesse
and smooth running order of its plays
there nre likely te be many disappoint
ments. Unless there it n crent change in
weather conditions and n fair wind dries
up the Soldiers' Field gridiron, the con
ditions under font nre going te be very
bad Saturday, probably as peer ns for
any game here in the last ten years.
The gridiron is simply worn out. and
should a frost come before Saturday
conditions will be nwful.
Harvard, however, Is going ahead as
if the field would he geed for the game
and Is driving nleng en its cleverly
planned plns which embedv se much
strategic execution nnd finesse. At tht
same time it world of work Is being
done en the drive plays In which the
heavy Owen and dehike nnd the shifty
Clmplu ure likely te figure.
STATE Huge llezdek yesterday
gave his charges tlieir last hard scrim
mape before the Cuiiiegic Tech game,
and they will be confined te light work
from new until Saturday, rather than
take any chance of further injury te
ii I .. 'I. ",ul 1'iejerw. ii is relt
that I'enu State must hnve its strongest
line-up in the game this week in order
te have any chance of victory ever the
fast -flying Skibo aggregation.
l'rnctlce this week has been the most
earnest of the season, and the players
have gene Inte their work with a spirit
that speaks well for the future. The
Navy defeat seems te have been just
the stimulus that was needed te put
fight into the Nlttnuy Liens, and they
are out te demonstrate te the coaches
that they can come back with a punch.
PRINCETON Anether day of hard
work In preparation for the conflict
with the Crimson marked yesterday's '
workout for the ersty. ;
Following close upon the heels of.
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OTTO REISELT '
Showing the sole local entrant in
the National Three- Cushion Inter
state League who administered the
only licking Tiff Denten, Kansas
City expert, has received In the
present tourney. RWtelt lias broken
even In both his matches se fur,
Denten leading the league up te
this match with the local, and
three-cushion high run record
Tuesday's two hours' scrimmage, Coach
Kill Itepcr again put his charges
through the mill. Frem lunch time te
dusk the Orange and Iltnck gridmen
were en the field, and nt the end the
coaches seemed satisfied.
Willie Wincnta was nsaln at the
helm of the varsity schooner, as Johnny J
uermnn nns net returned te the line
up. As the day for the clash with Har
vard draws nearer. It appears that Gor Ger
man's injuries, sustained in the Chicago
game, iiinj debar him from participa
tion lu the season's classic.
W L. I'.r W, l V.C.
Camden.. 11 O 1 .0011 fnnteev'e. 3 2 .600
Trenten . 2 0 1 nnij Jusd.t. . .. e 3 .000
Atlantic C 2 1 .1147 neudinc. . 0 3 .000
acHiinui.n Fert the week
Tenlrht Atlantic Cltv nt .Tttaper.
Friday (Vmdn s.t Trnten.
Baturdnj- Trenten nt Iteudlnc.
OTHER GAMHS TONIOHT
l'hlladelrhla Amateur Iau I.eean at
Ht. Jin nt Meuth Thllndelnhla
brew. New Auditorium Hall, beienth atreet
and HnvcJer uvenui.
I. N. V. V at St. relei-a. 1004 North
Ascension vs. HI. Jehn's. Ree dardan.
Kenelngten asenue and Ontario street.
Last Nlght'a Results
Kaetern Leatue Camden. 24: Heading-,
l'hMadclphlix Amateur Larue Legan 30.
THdIh C 27. Trlpl C Iteservca art. Legan
Rreerve" ill Lerraine 27. Taoeny 2rt: Lor Ler
raine nenr 80. Tarnny Reiervea 6.
Ceushlln C. C . r.- Hely 'amc. 34.
Itelv Name Hicjnd. 2(1; Ceuthlln Sec
Troop 1. 24- Pt. Paul. 21.
Wintnn A A.. IS: lleUe-v. 14.
Culver Reformed. 24. Rrethren. 21.
Overbroeh Carpet. 40: Wt Park. SO.
Wretillle. 30: Jfferon-Kilament. 21.
WeiHIIlu Iteeervee. 2P; Original I'lratet.
Kentone. 22: Salem Onks. 21.
COLWYN TO PLAY
BIG GEN TEAM
Delaware County Eleven Ar
ranges Hardest Game of Sea
son With Jersey Aggregation
CHESTER IN BIG SERIES
AN OFFENSE LESSOi
Pitt Captain of Last Year,
Using His Old Plays,
Scores Twice en the Var
sity in Scrimmage Drill;
Flashes Old Speed
anil his I'uuthers last year, and he
Knows the "old man's" m stein te a T
The Telwyn football team, one of ft " T "" ,
the leading contenders for the chnm- T?;1AU('8, T ff .V, "C ?'
plenshlp of Delaware County has or- ,J 1;! "gat-c"'!..'
ranaed the blcacst en m" of the season, nn Idea of ulmt tn HxtHict Sniiirilnf.
net excluding battles with the county lln.'J Pittsburgh Is met en J-ranklln
nffffPnentlni.. nn Knrnr.lnr Held. DnvleN captained and dill IllOlt
aggregations en hnturdny. of ,, )nl.Pnrrying for 01enn Wftrn,.r
irruiiaviiii'iiis mr iiiv ruiiit-u w.-
net completed until last evening when
Manager Currv secured the lllg (Jrecn
team from Itiveirslile. The Jerseytuen
traveled te Norueod the ether week
ind handed' that team a trouncing -"
The Big Oreen eleven has the bet
team in years nnd has run up thirl;
In sixty points en opponent" In nearly I
nil gemrn. Thev will stack up against '
MIIIvlllc the following week in a game I
for the chnmnlenslilti of New .Terscv. '
Conch Kerr put the Celwyn players
through n hard practice lat ulKlit and
when It became known thnt Hlverlde
would he played en Saturday notified
the entire team thnt another practice
would be held tenlitht and tomorrow.
Chester In nig Series
After a successful season of traveling,
Mennger Jehn Iteuslicrty, of Chester,
announces he will center his attack en
the Delaware County championship
without the usual nfter-scasen confab
of last year.
Dougherty has arranged n game with
Cliften Heights ami negotiations nre
under way with WeHtinuheiisc and Nor Ner Nor
eood, se before the seu'ien is 0ver Dela
ware County will have a benn tide
champion, who will be se recognized.
Chester fans feel tlieir team can cop
the title, and every one Is rooting for
the eleven backed by Mayer Ilamsey.
Se fnr this sensen Chester has wen
six hard-feuicht icanies, tied one and
lest te the Wnshlnclen I'res.
The team went te the rnpltnl ami
held Ceptaln .Ionian's nxcregatlen te
a low score, although they only hnd
eleven men te piny, as four were In
jured. W.'ishlneten lin nrnmUnil n
, bring Captain Jerdan and his thjrtv
sjx huskies te Cluster for a game 'en
Coaldale Desires te
Play Frankford Again
Ssnrli tUHtar Kvrnine IWblic Ltdetr:
We would like n second game with
Frankford und will give that team
a S.'iOO bonus upon the signing of
contract for game at Coaldale under
the same conditions upon whlck
Cenldnle went te Frnnkfenl. Vif i
ther we will agree te have W. (I. 1
Crewcll and two ether officials
lectcd by him in charge of the game. ;
l'lensi; de net construe tins cnai".
leiigc ns the wail of u loser.
Very truly yours,
J. II. GILDEA.
Mnnager Cealdaln football team.
I lie short. Stock V halfback Inst venr In l.r..nblnc nn 1hr nrt Iir fnru-nre
scored the first touchdown against the lmKH jilnys near the goal line. Tint
Ited nnd Ulue in the jJS-te-0 reverse ft,.r Uine this oval wns heaved acreM
from the 7-yard line. Yesterday, nlnv
ing halfback en Tem McNamaru s
junior varsity, Devlcs made the same
kind of n play from virtually the snme
spot, a smash between right tackle nml
riifht end. It scored a touchdown agutust
Like Bert Bell before the Navy game,
Davies Is giving the nrslty an oppor
tunity te study the l'irates attack.
Yesterday he denned shoulder pads mid
a head gear and carried the ball three
times out of four qgnlnst the varsity,
which wns en the defensive throughout.
Twe touchdowns resulted from DnvlrV
efforts. The tlrst one enme en a sweep
ing run around the varsity left end
without inteiference nnd through thu
use of the straight arm and Davici Tirll
llimt sidestepping nnd dodging that
f allied him All -American last jear.
'he second wa the aforementioned 7
ynrd dash thretiuh tnckle, also without
interference and by short, snappy step..
r7 vanity line end bachi rnuld
net rnnf xtith Itnvln' riuhiiw
around the ends nnd through the
line. ( speed, despite this fnrt
that yetterday wee the firt time he
ha run with the ball finer taut year,
teat wonderful. The varsity second
ary dcfcnur nimplit could net held
onto htm u:hcn he jviucd the fust
line of defense. "Hllppery as an
eel," taUi one nrsity lack. "IPnt
ire had him en the club for the
the line of scriinmnge or toward the
wings only te be knocked te earth or
Intercepted. The long drilling started
up at Mount Oretnu ngaliist the forward
pass in bearing fruit.
At'TIUl the defensive drill lteit-
inn put the varsity en the of
fcnie and they yatned ennsidembtt
Jiardagc. Clurkr Ctninf the, Ofca Ofca
teman, it making a brilliant coma
bark. Out of evtn srrlmmane drillt
for almost four trick' the Seuth',
irt timer, sinvn given the chance te
play, hat bien a trhirlirind. Hit
earryinii of the ball yesterday wa$
little short of spectacular.
Hi: HITS the line, head down, wltk
all the force of n battering ram.
Yesterday he reeled off fi te ill yards nt
n crack through thf- juniors' line. On
one occasion he carried thic would-be
(ticklers en his buck for f yards. Ths
conches are enthusiastic ever his khow khew
, ing, and probably will give him achane
1 te play against 1'ltt.
i Craig at Quarter
! If Cralit does get Inte the game, it
1 will prebnbly be ut quarterback, though
i he will net call the sIkuiiI. I'es Miller
continues te call the numbers, and will
probably continue te de se until the end
1 of the reason. Tex Ilnniur and Al
I Lnngdeu will probably be; the ether
He-1 CITY COLLEGE LEAGUE
Five Teams Start Annual Basket
ball Campaign Tonight
The City College Basketball League
will Inaugurate the season at the Cen
tral Y. M. C. A.. 1421 Arch street,
.Mlv?.te.u.m,nt-, '" t,le league, nnmely
Philadelphia Icttilc, Scheel of Indus
ulal Art. Hahnemann College, Phila
delphia Dental College nml Philadelphia
College of Pharmacy. Osteopathy will
also llkelv loin.
p The referees aureed upon nre Ben
Emery nnd P. F. Wutersen, of Hwarth-
mere, lenixnt s gnmes follew: Phila
delphia Dcntnl ys. Hahnemann an I
Textile vs. P. C. Pharmacy.
I I riwinrrit r.hnec.,.4 u pn tnn.la I., f..k
THE defensive work of the regulars 'the backfield nml line during the of.
was net much te be pleased about, feusive and defunslte drills yesterdnv.
At times it vns really ragged. The In tlie hncklield. Miller, Ornig, Lang-
i junior unritN siipiiuii iiiiuiikii nuniereiin " '"'. jinu.iiun, it inner, .up
should have been ' tlrnw and Sullivan all suw nctlen. In
Davies carried the ball te the 1-yanT
line. Three mere plays found the
luniers back en their 7-yard marker
from where Davies took the ball ever.
Kelly, Wittmer. Miller and Fnirchlld
showed considerable skill in breaking
through and uettlnr the runner before
feated Wietn A. A. en tin home fleer, at ! ...Jw 0'.'ev. i. The AJl-Enailiih . lie meld tut ifirlefl. Wllfmw In nur.
of the Klnicsei'nk- Kecieitlen League, nt ?.,, ....- ,f.Jl'n"M,h .'f,r'" ln comwtltlen i juniors back . ynrds. He made a sure-
rmSiva:;1 ttnU ChBU'r 'lVtnUc tt"d h"V '"" "HVe'nw.rruurn h;Xte??Sfire tackle that dropped the runner
a anappy nve. White 8tjr liner AdVlntlc. Hhlcl?saTld l from lHfere he could even get started.
.New Yerk eeterday. I ,.. T. . . .. ... . ,
I amam MH.J I m..1am e.tlA . ..... A'.t .... -.(. '.n, ui uin ulllll
bWlifa .IM !. IWII pi,fc
in.... tt.r. .nci,1t.i.. 1 he line were F.rrrphvnnv llrnf YTI-
had gotten their hands en them. .Tames I child, Prunerct, Feeny. Iteckus, Sutb
itfd tlrnve nt the start and afterward ' erlnnd. Pnpwerth. Bry den. Kelly, Thur Thur
Klmmens helped Dnies gain ngalnst I man. Dern and Adams,
the regulars. I . Pnpwerth. who wrenched his knee In
... t-tm,. , P'p A,nnn'a same mst Saturday, went
Heur s Jrcrlmmage ; ,t the scriinmnge drill for several
Fer almost nn hour the coaches kept minutes, but wits pulled out by the
the regulars en the defensive, the downs conches after giving the injured member
net being counted nnd the ball being ln some strain. Pnpuerth limps n little
possession of the iinuers whether in-i low. but hopes te get into the gams
tercepted or fumbled. After Davies en Saturday. Graf is being drilled for
made his first touchdown the juniors , the pest, und n.ny stnrt If Papworth
received the ball en the 10-yard line. ' " t nble.
Alter a couple of plays had failed ' n iinmcr. the big fullbnrk. did net
8trawbrldge Juniors Win
The Htrnnbrldse A Clothier Junier
English Soccer Girls Sail
W Yerk, Nev. , The
Cleveland, Nev. 1. Frank IxiDez broke i
even with Champien Jehn I.njteu. of St. I
Frlsch te Be Married
New. erU. Nev 0- Prank Krirch
ixiUK. m..ineir miereiat" i.caru three- Ulanta' bieerjall atar. will tm marriert thl.
Lepez wen "venlntr. The bride le Mlea Ailn. s:miiv
ruehlun Mlllanl m itchee here.
the nfternoen same. 50 te 41). In fr,v. Lucy, a Ufelnni- iwMihn.rf ne kn ...-J...
eeven Innincs. arid lest .'.0 te 44 ln elxty- mmn. A meter trln te Reut hern cltlea
mx Innlnae at nlBht. v 111 cemprln- the honeymoon.
hang-tin came opposed te the varsltv.
He is plnying a brilliant game of foot
ball and it would net be nt all sur
nrlslng te see him get into the game cre
I The regulars showed considerable skill
get into tne NTlmmnse yesterdnv. Tit
"i , me,rin wm boils en his legs,
which, however, aren't seileus enough
te keep him out of the game Saturday.
Itnihcr than take chances en nn in
fection, the coaches thought it wise
rest Hnrner yesterday. He engaged la
the preliminary drills, running dewa
the gridiron and throwing forward
WMtXEIl and hi, band of Pan
" thers some forty strong witt
arrive here t nday ntght and will
take up headquarters at the ITettl
Aermandic. The students, ever m
thousand, trill net get into this eitv
until some time Saturday morning.
Ihey xcill be accompanied by their
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