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- - - u - - - i - i - 1 JF - NMHHBiHHHiHiMBBBWH aggssspssew e - vci Ti - JiJSri - Jws - uiAs5w8i3Fiass r - jSe3I5J sA - rK - a - ra - gH - TO - THE fjSHipgQiN POST yONDAX DEjEER 0120 - rrasesH NAVY YARD AND REX BATTLE TO 7 - 7 DEADLOCK - CORNELL RUNNERS READY FOR INVASION fi5 r JS m DEFENSE OF NORTHEAST CLUB TOO MUCH FOR GUN MAKERS II Fleet - footed George Byers and the acrobatic midget Billy Luscombe sent 10000 football fans away from American League Park as darkness was falling yesterday - with a great question in the gridiron sport still - undecided It was the knack of doling the right thing at the rignt time that forced the Rex A C independ - ent champions and the Navy Yard elevens into a 7 - 7 deadlock after one full hour of gruelling gridiron warfare Georgrie Beis grathei ed in a Navy Yard fumble a few minutes after the opening whistle and raced 25 yards for the Rex touchdown while the slippery right end Luscombe of the Navy Yard team fell on a fumbled ball behind the Rex goal line in the third period to even the count for the Gunmakers Both elevens played leal football battling every inch of the way for the ground gained and lost Navy Yard Offense Best Navy Yard outplayed Rex at the offensive end of the game The Gun - makers registered 10 first downs by rus - hing the ball to one made by the Rex team while the Gunmakers gained one bv a penalty against two awarded Rex The Northeast clubmen did not attempt a forward heave while Navy Yard tried six two of which were completed for 7 and IS ard gams while one was intercepted and three were grounded Rex was penalized 55 ards while Navy Yard was set back 45 for infringments of rules Both teams punted 13 times Navy Yard gathering 453 yards by booting while Rex annexed 324 Although Rex was outplayed at rushing the ball the stubborn defense put up by the Northeast lads will long be remembered by the fans who saw the game Patterson at left end for the Rex team time and again smashed Navj Yard attacks at his flank while Virnstin W J McDonald Litkus and Stephen broke through and threw Navy Yard runners for losses while M Turner gave a great exhibition at left tackle both defensively and while his club had the ball Heads and shoulders above all the defensive work witnessed was the remarkable playing of Ralph Scoville left tackle for the Navy Yard team t - coville is playing his first year at rhe gridiron sport but his tackling of rhe Rex plaj ers behind the scrimmage line was easily the outstanding feature Billy Luscombe along with his1 midget teammate Reds Schofleld were consistently in the limelight while Josh Licaronie and McBride along with the brilliant punting of Johnny Bleir were big facto - in Navy Yards offensive play Heros the movement of the ball during the hotly fought contest On winning the toss the Navy Yard team kicked off to Rex Langer booting to LUkus who returned the hall to the 29 - yard line Baldwin gained two yards but was smeared for a loss on the next play and Litkus punted 45 yards to Schofleld who on returning wit hthe kick fumbled Qutside on the 35 - jard line W J McDonald recovering the ball After two fruitless rushes Rex was penalized 15 yards for holding Byers made 8 yards off left end and Litkus punted 40 yards to the 5 - yard line Schofleld returning to the 25 - yard line before being brought to earth Rex Scores Touchdown McBride made short gains on two rushes but Bleir fumbled the next The Battle Array V Nary Tard 7 Positiaa 7 Bex Djer L E Patterson Langer L - T M Turner Noonan L G - W J McDonald Tow ers Center Virnstin Poss R G Stephens Deakins R T Litkus Luscombe R - E Gainey Sohofleld Q B C17 Blear I H B Baldwin McBride R - H B Byers Licaronie F B Giebel Score bv periods STavj Yard 0 0 7 07 Rex A C Substitutions Nary Yard Snow for Langer Seville for Snow Russell for isoonan Hiser for McBride Rex A C J McDonald for Virnstin Cranston for Carney B Turner for W J McDonald Bombreast for Litfcus U1 - raradi for Gainey Touchdowns Byers Luscombe Goals from touchdown Littus Mc - Bnde Referee Byrd Maryland Umpire Guyon Carlisle Head Linesman - reen Temple Field Judge Journan Suringfleld Time of periods 15 minutes each took the ball on the 49 - yard line Canol was thrown for a 10 - yard loss by Scoville and the Navy Yard tackle followed up by throwing Baldwin for a 7 - ard loss Litkus then got off his poorest kick of the day punting 8 vards Nay Yard obtaining the ball on the 45 - yafd line McBrides Long Bun Licaronie and Bleir failed to gain and the latter punted 45 yards for a I touchback Rex obtaining tne Dan on I the 20 - yard line Baldwin was thrown I for a loss on two plays and Litkus punted 34 yards Navy Yard having the ball on the 42 - yard line Scho - 1 field lost ground but McBride pulled 1 off a 16 - yard run for a first down 1 With the ball on the 25 - yard line McBride made 2 yards and a tor - ward pass from Schofleld to Luscombe placed the ball on the 3yard line McBride made 2 yards through center and Licaronie lost the same distance McBride again made up the distance and Licaronie on the next play fumbled the ball it flying across the goal line where Baldwin of the Rex Club made a dive at itH and missed Luscombe fell on the ball for Navy Yards touchdown McBride kicking the goal which tied the count seven all Litkus kicked off to Luscombe who returned to the 31 - yard line Navy Yard failed to gani and Bleir punted 41 yards to Baldwin who was thrown on the 30 - yard line Patterson lost 6 yards on a double pass and Giebel ost 3 more Litkus then punted 23 to Schofleld who received the ball on the 47 - yard line Line plays and a forward pass failed and Bleir punted 24 yards outside Rex getting rhe ball on the 36 - yard line Baldwin Kicks Poorly Cranston and Baldwin gathered 8 yards but Rex was forced to kick and Baldwin who tok up the booting when Litkus left the game kicked 10 yards but Loenstein recovered the ball on Licaronies fumble giving Rex the ball on the 45 - yard line Giebel and Baldwin made 6 yards when time was called ending the period with the ball in midfield Baldwin opened the final period by punting 28 yards outside After three plays gained 8 yards Rex was penalized 15 yards giving Navy Yard the ball on the 49 - yard line Licaronie on two line plays and om by McBride netted a first down placing the ball on the 37 - yard line McBride made eight yards but the forward pass ailed and Bleir booted 29 yards for a touchback Baldwin lost ground but Navy Yard was penalized 15 yards for roughness With the ball on the 42 - yard line Navy Yard held and Baldwin punted 10 yars only to have Bombreast recover the ball when Bleir fumbled Rex failed to erain and TfaMu - n ILLINOIS BREAKS WITH MINNESOTA Chicago Dec 5 Two of the breaks brought about yesterday in the football relations between traditional rivals in the Western conference have extended into other tranches of SDOrt it became known tonight when the big ten baseball schedules for next spring were made public Wisconsin and Ohio State which severed their football relations yesterday after an argument as to where a proposed 1921 game should be played have not scheduled games with each other on the diamond and neither have Minnesota and Illinois another pair to discontinue their annual football game Michigan and Chicago however will meet on the diamond despite the failure to arrange a football game and Chicagos resumption of athlete relations withNorthwesfern was given a wider scope when these two schools scheduled baseball games Ohio State thus far has the smallest number of games on its schedule while Michigan leads Ohio State has arranged only eight contests while Michigan has 17 although all are not with conference teams FRED FALLER WINS SENIOR DISTANCE RUN New York Dec 5 Fred Faller Dorchester club Boston holder of the senior cross - country title won the Amateur Athletic Union champion ship 10 - mile run here today in 55 minutes and 20 seconds Frank Zuna of New York was second William Ritola of New York national junior cross - country champion was disqualified for leaving the track after running six and a half miles Joseph Pearman New York Athletic Club won the seven - mile walking championship in 55 minutes and one - fifth second Richard F Remer of New York was second Official permission had been granted to attempt to set new American one - hour records for running and walking but the track was too heavy S RECORD CROWD WATCHES REX - NAVY YARD GAME Wliat Is believed to be the largest crowd that ha ever attended a football game in the District witnessed the Navy Yard - Rex battle at American League Park yesterday Although both the park officials and the managers of the elevens would not give oat any official statement on the actual number that passed the turn - styles they admit that more than 10000 were in the stadium The game was a big boost for the independent clubs as it was cleanly played and well officiated It was announced by both managements last night that they would not play off the existing tie PRINCETON AND STATE TO PLAY NAVY TEAM Annapolis Md Dec 5 Princeton and the Annapolis midshipmen will clash on the gridiron of Farragut field at the Naval Academy on October 15 next Announcement to this effect was made tonight by Comdr Douglas L Howard director of athletics at the academy The two institutions entered into a two - year agreement last year for alternate matches and during the late season the rrriddies went to Jungletown and were defeated 14 to 0 The date for next years game was all that remained to be settled Now that University of Pennsylvania will not come to Annapolis for a game the middles management has opened negotiations with Penn State and there is strong likelihood of a game being arranged The plan is to play on neutral grounds North Carolina State is definitely fixed on the Navy schedule for October 1 and negotiations with University of Virginia Bucknell and other institutions are pending SIX - DAY BICYCLE RIDERS ARE STARTED OFPOSEi SPRING SHOOTING Columbus Ohio Dec 5 The League hof Ohio Sportsmen in session here yes - i terday went on record as opposed to a movement on foot to induce the Federal government to open up spring quck snooting COMRADE CAPTURES ONLY TWO STARTS Special Cable to The Washington Post Copyright 1920 by the New Tork Herald and The Washington Post Paris Dec 5 One horse entered in two races on French tracks andwin - ning both earned 503000 francs for its owner Edouard de Saint Alary according to reports to French racing authorities In so doing Comrade winner of the Grand Prix de Paris as well as the Prix de lArc - de Triomphe broke all records for racing profits although Eknatwan stables lead the list of winnings for - the year with 340000 francs and 70 victories Baron Edouard Rothschilds stables carried off 54 Honors besides 936000 franqs American owners like A K Macomber and the Vanderbilts showed well up in the list the formers 44 wins bringing 863000 francs while the Vanderbilt horses including victories under the Rutgers and Leroy colors report 40 wins and - 519000 francs James Hennessys colors exceeded Vanderbilts winnings by 20000 francs but only captured 23 honors during the year sThese figures represent only a portion of the pari - mutuel takings delivered to the owners and does not include any side betting which in the case of Saint Alary is understood to have amounted to at least 5000000 francs REX JUNIORS WIN Rex jr defeated the Trojans A C yesterday in a fast played game by the score of 13 to 2 Rex claim the 130 - pound championship and would like to hear from other claimants Phone Lincoln 5122 - W ELKTON TOSSERS BEST Cambridge Md Dec 5 The basketball team of Elktons Military College defeated the men of Company C Cambridge at the armory here last niglt 12 io 7 The visitors played a strong consistent game Hubbard starred for Cambridge LOSE BEST PLAYERS JtrXZJ - PENN STATERS WILL ciuu kj l liic iiaiiuuai v j cling xioouLia - tion the regular annual six - day bicycle race started tonight in the Madi - i son Square Garden with a field of 15 State College Pa Dec 5 Closing teams competing Just an even dozen a highly successful football season American riders and 18 foreign cy - with a record untarnished by defeats clists constitute the 15 teams although two tie games were played The nine lap to the mile track has I Penn State faces the dismal prospect been built a little wider on the or losln seven ana possibly eight veterans Derare another season rolls stretches and banked a bit higher at the turns than it was a year ago This was done to afford additional opportunity for the sprinters in their efforts at lap - stealing The teams are paired as follows E g g - McNamara Brocco - Coburn Spears - Lawrence Veri - Leene Piani - Belloni Debaetes - Persyn Kramer - Spencer Suter - Suter Vanhevel - Van - derburgh Van Nex - Miquel Bedell - Thomas Taylor - Smith Byron - Staehle Grimm - Young Dossche - Van - drvelve CIRCLES DOWN WARWICKS around Practically an entirely new tearm must be constructed by Coach Bezdek next fall and his task will be difficult if the Nittany Lions are to go through another undefeated season By far the most severe loss will be the departure of Charlie Way and Hinkie Haines two of the greatest halfbacks to ever wear the Blue and White Way has been the shining light fpr three years and Bezdek classes him next to Eckersall the old Chicago star as the greatest broken field runner that he has ever seen UQjfiO nloWQ1 VilHo1 11 rn - i rt ri The Circle Athletic Club easily de - he will hfi another hA man to re place The others who will be lost are Red Griffiths and Harold Hess the two sturdy guards Rauch and Beck tackles George Brown veteran end for three years and probably Killinger quarterback The latter HAVANA RESULTS FIRST KACE Five and one - half fnrlones War Loan 110 PItz 5to 1 2 to 1 exen Elga 105 Francis even 1 to 2 White Crrvnn 105 Atkinson 7 to 5 Time 114 1 - 5 Hocnir Driffield Thornbloom Roundel Far - eat alo ran SECOND RACE Five and one - half furlongs Golden Chance 105 Barnea 2 to 1 4 to 5 2 to 5 Doublet II 100 JfcCoy 3 to 1 7 to 5 Fickle Fancy 110 Boyle 7 to 10 Time 112 1 - 5 Sain Rose Abbess Marty Lou Blazeaway Bulger also ran THIRD RACE Five furlongs Buford 116 Butwell 5 to 2 even out Helen Atkin 107 Boyle 4 to 5 out Black Prince 105 Wilson oat Time 103 1 - 5 Aunt Deda Bur of War also ran FOURTH RACE Six furlongs Pomerene 99 Wilson 8 to 5 3 to 5 out Bierman 113 Butwell even out Reyennls 99 Penman out Time 120 3 - 5 Jellison Blazonry also ran FIFTH RACE Six furlongs Frascuelo 112 Butwell 2 to 1 even 1 to 2 Rameau 107 Barnes 7 to 5 7 to 10 Timothy J Hogan 104 McCoy 7 to 10 Time 121 2 5 Emma J Repton Hunter Piatt Donna Grafton also ran SIXTH RACE Six furlongs Kewessa 104 Penman 7 to 2 7 to 5 7 to 10 Senator James 100 Crump 8 to 5 4 to 5 Bill Hun - ley 104 Carmody 1 to 3 Time 121 4 - 5 Lenora P Bibbler Bucknail Assign also ran SEVENTH RACE One mile and 50 yards Duke of Shelby 110 McDermot 7 to 2 7 to 5 7 to ID Clip 102 Atkinson 7 to 5 7 to 10 Waking Dream 104 Ball 2 to 1 Time 1 - 57 2 - 5 Lui Meme Semper Stalwart Musket Hands Off La Kross also ran feated the Warwick eleven yesterday 18 to 6 The feature of the gam was the line plunging of Tomley RIGGS ELEVEN LANDS The well - coached Riggs eleven yesterday defeated the Montrose tpam 7 to 0 The exceptional work of Taylor may return for another year in which of the Riggs eleven featured the ca3e he Wl11 again be eligible to represent tne Blue and White on tne gridiron game pa - bs and Georgie Byers recovered the punted 15 yards Navy Yard getting - pigskin and raced 25 yards for Rexs the ball on the 28 - yard line Licaronie touchdown Litkus kicking goal Navy Yard received the kick - off and liicarorue returned the ball to the 25 - yard line Langer was thrown for a 10 - yard lost but Rex was penali2ed five yards for offside Both McBride and Langer lost gound on the next plays and Langer punted 22 yards the ball being dead when it hit umpire Guyon on the 25 - yard line Two line plays and a double pass failed to net he Rex team any advantage Navy Yard taking the ball on the 21 - yard line Bleir made 5 jards off right tackle but fumbled the next two passes and Langer punted 15 yards to Baldwin With the ball on the 30 - yard line Baldwin fumbled Dyer reco ering for Navy Yard on the 29 - yard line McBride and Licaronie gained 6 yards through the line and Schofleld registered the Navy Yards first down at rushing the ball by a plunge through right tackle for 8 yards With the ball on the 40yard line Schofleld McBride and Licaronie gathered 9 yards and Bleir flanked the Rex left end for 8 ards and another first down Licaronie netted 3 yards but Navy Yard was penalized 15 yards for holding Schofleld failed on a line plunge but he completed a forward heave - for 7 yards to Luscombe on the next play Bleir booted 45 yards for a touchback giving Rex the ball on the 20 - yard line Litkus punted on the first play 35 yards to Schofleld who brought the ball back to the 45 - yard line ending the period Blair Punts Again Three line attacks by the Gun Makers failed and Bleir punted 35 yards to Carnev who was thrown in his tracks on the 19 - yard line After Bers had lost 6 yards on an end play Litkus punted 24 yards Navy Yard obaining the ball on the 39 - yard line McBride Schofleld and Licaronie netted 12 yards on thre rushes but Navy Yard was penalized 15 yards for unnecessary roughness Deakins clipping Baldwin after the whistle With the ball on the 44 - yard line Bleir punted for a touchback and Rex took the ball on the 20 - yard line Baldwin obtained 6 yards on a short line buck and Byers gathered 4 more Carnston made it a first down on a line play that netted 6 yards Carnston and Baldwin gathered 4 mftre yards before Litkus punted 15 yards to Licaronie Navy Yards aerial attack from the 45 - ard line failed nd Bleir punted 37 yards outside Rex receiving the ball on the 7 - yard line Giebel gathered 7 yardsnn three line plays and Litkus punted 39 yards outside Navy Yard getting the ball on the 41 - yard line A bad pass by Center Towers of the Navy Yard team over the head of McBride lost 25 yards McBride recovering the batl after a great sprint Bleir then got away his best boot of the day kicking 55 yards to Baldwin on the 26 - yard line Byers Intercepts Puss Baldwin lost 2 yards and Rex was penalized 5 yards for off side Byers was thrown for a 12 - yard loss and Litkus was made to hurry on his punt gathe4ng but 23 yards Navy Yard getting the ball on the30 - yard line gchofield made 4 yards but Byers intercepted a forward onhis 8 - yard lljie and returned 13 yards Rex having the ball on the 24 - yard line Byers lost ground and Glebeffumbled and recovered Litkus then booted 1 vards to McBride Navy Yard getting the ball on the 38 - yard line when time was called ending the half The second half opened with Litkus kicking off to Luscombe who returned the ball to the 30 - yard line Rex being penalized 15 yards for clipping alter the whistle Plunges by JIcBride Licaronie and Schofleld fejl 1 yard short of first down and Rex BROOKLAND BEATS QUINCY The Brookland eleven yesterday defeated the Qumcy A C in an interesting football game 13 to 7 Green - streets rushes featured the game gatnered another first down on two line plays and Hiser punted 35 yards to the Rex 30 - yard line Byers was thrown for a loss by Scoville when time was called ending the fray with the ball in Rexs possession on the 35 - yard line DICKERS0N TO COACH MT ST MARYS TEAMS Emmitsburg Md Dec 5 Charles A Dickerman of Boston who came lu - uount at diarys College in Sep - GENERALS RECEIVE COVETED MONOGRAMS Lexington Va Dec 5 At the last meeting of the athletic council WTash - j ington and Lee awarded to fifteen generals the coveted monogram Those who received this reward for the seasons strenuous work were Capt L L Moore tackle of Ringgold Va R P Sanford tackle of Chatham Va B H Barrow jr guard of De Witt Va F M Paget center of An - tember to coach the football team and ow o n - o rn J h success will be re - end of Prescott Ark B H Arbogast ml tyt C e councl1 to han - end of Asheville N C J W Mc - rvf i t i1 and basebalL Former I Donald jr end of Hot Springs Ark uoacn jvl J Thompson has practically J M Herndon end of York S C M given up coaching devoting his time A - Cogbill quarterback of Chester - tO hlS Classroom flolr Pnnrt TTrao Vu XT T MoHv VolKorlr T aeaTftlla T T r mr T msmt wr iwciw vji ojccoyjuc a u ji uuuiurs uuwiM ljliTINS The Hilltops defeated the Quentin A C yesterday by the score of SM tn 0 The oll i xcim - - - - i - unu flaying - 01 tne Charleston - - - - - - - - - ou Luc uuiuesi dui tne attack was led by the plunging of Kiatta and the forward passing of Southern NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES First race Six furlongs Repent l00Dannell 108 Dora W 110 lorn Roach 108 Tony Sutton 10jSecretary 103 Montillo 108 Marguerite Wood 101 Rape of the Lock lOiHand Sweep 108 Echoland lO - fPimlico 112 second race Six furlongs Maiden Voter lOOHidden Ship 110 Carline S 10 Resist 112 Day of Peace 108 Rainbow Girl 117 Lancelot llliBig Idea 105 Nominee 115Vlrge 108 Lady Kathenn 103 Opportunity Ill Blue Bannock 100Cobalt Lass 113 Also eligible Midian 103 John R Roche 108 Little Maudie 108 Third race rOne mile On High OGNebraska 110 Illinois Lad 105Corydon 113 Tugs D i05Rusan M 103 Jack Straw 110 Harvey Smarr 105 113 Lad 110 Peggy C 96 Dottas Best ill I She Devil lOSIGeorge Duncan 113 CORNELL HIKERS APPROACH CLIMAX OF TRAINING POR ENGLISH STARS Ithaoa N Y Dec 5 With about a week of practice on their home course before them before they leave for New York to sail for England - on December 14 the Cornell cross - countrycountry squad is approaching - the climax of a long seasons training in special preparation in the sort of running they will experience when they meet the crack athletes of Oxford and Cambridge on the Thames Hare and Hounds Clnb course at Rochampton England December 27 When Jack Moakley looked about for a steeplechase course that was reasonably close at hand he found that the cavalry unit of the reserve officers training corps at the university had provided just what he needed The cavalrymen in their drills have beenusing a part of Alumni field Cornells big athletic ptract east of the campus They had erected stiles 4 feet high for practice in Jumping and the constant tramping of their horses had plowed up the ground making it rough and uneyen Nearby too were found hedges 4 feet high ditches 8 feet wide aad water jumps Coach Moakley had no difficulty in laying out a good steeplechase course with such natural and artificial obstacles and the other day he added another tough one to the squads training a jog up Kite Hill one of the steepest and highest eminences hereabouts The only path leading to the summit of this hill is just wide enough for one man to use and hence the squad must go up it in single file The result has been a great deal of jockeying calling for good headwork so that the ruhners may get in good positron when this climb begins AFTER GAME WITH GEORGIA Pittsburgh Dec 5 Jimmy de Hart captain of the 1919 University of Pittsburgh football squad was in this rows Saturday BIG THkEE MEMBERS OF COLLEGE HOCKEY LEAGUE New York Dec 5 Harvard Princeton and Yale have decided not to join the Intercol - lesriate Hockey League it waa announced at n league meetlnc here today A four - team association Trill be composed of Pennsylvania Dartmouth Cornell and Fordham the N err York Institution becoming a member today Harvard and Princeton Informed the delegate that they 4 preferred to arrange their own hockey schedule instead of being in a position of having dates dictated to them by a met schedule Their action was said to have caused Tale to follow suit rX city yesterday trying to arrange game between Pitt and the University of Georgia De Hart was one of the gridiron coaches at Georgia during the past season YANKS MEET GIANTS IN EXHIBITION GAME Knoxville Tenn Dec 5 New York clubs of the National and American leagues will play an exhibition game here April 5 and at Alcoa a nearby town on April 6 University of Tennessee authorities are seeking a local date with the Yale nine In the spring TO PIAY TWO GAMES The Congress Heights Yankees have a hard schedule this week meeting the Keene Council of the Kinghts of Columbus League Wednesday and the Y M C A Ar - KINGSTON HAVANA HANDICAP These selections are based strictly on past performances and general information t FIRST RACE Maiden 2 - year - olds claiming 5 furlongs Horse Weight Rating Remarks Helen Lucas 108 100 A race like her last might win here Sleepy Dear 103 98 Did not run her race last time Bertha Minix 100 96 In light and may save third Wishing 103 94 Has not been out since early in the year Kathleen K 108 92 May show something worth while SECOND RACE Three - year - olds claiming 5 furlongs Doublet II 104 100 Very fit now and suited in the going Lui Meme 100 98 The one most to be feared Bibbler 105 96 May be no worse than third Grey Rump 100 94 On best races has a winning chance Emma J 100 92 Some races - have been promising THIRD RACE Four - year - olds and up claiming 5 furlongs Jack Dawson 105 100 His best race should return him winner Liberty Bond 105 98 Sure to go well if up to a race Cadillac 113 96 Should improve over last race Roundel 110 94 A chance that he will be close up Misericorde 105 92 One that will bear watching FOURTH RACE Four - year - olds and up claiming 5 furlongs Count Boris 112 100 Has been showing consistently good form Marion Hollins 110 98 Appears the most likely contender Bulger 112 96 Should be able to save third Gallopin 112 94 On best races has a winning chance Planterede 110 92 May show something worth while FIFTH RACi3 Four - year - olds and up claiming 5 furlongs Frascuelo 113 100 The natural choice on his race yesterday White Crown 105 98 Went well the last time out Omeme 108 96 SHould hold the others safe Lady Hester 105 94 Has an excellent turn of speed Black Thong 105 92 Does not appear to like the mud SIXTH RACE Four - year - olds and up claiming 5 furlongs Gold Stone 105 100 Looks a winner on best races Hocnir 110 98 The contender if he runs - to best form Miss Brush 105 96 Has run some smart races Driffield 113 94 Showed early speed in last race but tired Marty Lou 112 92 May show something worth while BEST THREE DOUBLET II COUNT BORIS FRASCUELO DEFEND HIS TTTEE VNew York Dec 5 Willie Hoppe who for 15 years has held the title - of champion among the professional balk line billiard players of the world will defend nis honors here during the next three days in the final rotftfd of the second national 182 balk line tournament at the Hotel Astor Beginning tomorrow afternoon and ending Wednesday night a series of six games it 400 points each will be played The other two contestants Welker Cochran and Jake - Schaefer finished first and second respectively in the preliminary round which was decided at San Francisco Calif over a week ago Two games will be played each day Cochran will meet Schaefer tomorrow afternoon and the winner of that match will play Hoppe tomorrow night Each of the contenders will play two games against each other as well as the titleholder during the series The winner in addition to the title will be presented with a diamond studded gold medal and 2500 in cash The second man will receive a cash prize of 1500 and the third man will get 1000 Charles C Peterson of St Louis will be the referee MARINES IN SHAPE FOR ENGINEER GAME After outplaying the Great Lakes Naval Training School eleven in Baltimore last Saturday in a game which ended a 7 - to - 7 tie the Quantico Marines look to be in the best of condition to battle the Camp Ylumphreys eleven for the title of the service teams in this section of the country A game has been scheduled for Saturday at American League Park to determine the service campaign team The Engineers are undaunted however after hearing of the Marines great game and are known to already have the required finish for a champion eleven Both teams have several former college football players in their lineups who have starred throughout the season HINDOOS NEW ORLEANS HANDICAP NAVY YARD TONERS READY The Navy Yard basketball team have organized and would like to hear from the Linworths and the wasnington Barracks Engineers for games weanesaay night Franklin 1949 - J Tucker halfback of Charleston W Va S L Raines halfback of Raines Tenn J L Silverstem fullback of W Va Manager J H Bryan of Birmingham Ala was also awarded a monogram EPIPHANY VS LIN - WORTH The Linworth Athletic Club will play the fast Epiphany Junior basketball quint in the latter gymnasium 1317 G street northwest tomorrow night the game to start at 745 Teams wanting games with the Comets should address Haas at 1317 G street northwest CENTRAL VS STEWART The first basketball game of the season in high school circles will be staged between Central High School and Stewarts Business College tomorrow affernon in the Mount Pleasant gymnasium FIGHT FANS AWAIT BANTAMWEIGHT BOUT Baltimore Dec 5 Baltimore fight - dom is greatly fussed up over the Phone comln international bantamweight cnauipiuusuip cuiiieai ueiween xvia Williams former worlds titleholder and Charley Ledoux of France undisputed bantamweight champion of all Europe The mill between Williams and Ledoux which will be conducted under the auspices of the American Athletic Association of which Henry L Bletzer is president and Tommy Loughlin is matchmaker over the twelve - round route is undoubtedly the classiest fistic affair ever booked for this city not barring that between George Chaney whom Bletzer developed and Rocky Kansas of Buffalo at Oriole Park the past summer which drew more money than any glove contest ever held in this city TEN COACHES SELECT SOUTH ATLANTIC TEAM Roanoke Va Dec 5 An All - South Atlantic football eleven including players from nine colleges has been picked by ten coaches ac cording to an announcement which will appear in a local newspaper tomorrow j The pick which is fixed by the majorities given each player is as follows Leech V M I captain Michie Virginia end Drewery V M I end Hammett Davidson I tackle Moore W L tackle Sum - mers V M I guard Weathers A I E guard Jacobi N C center Stuart V M I quarter Leech V M I captain halfback Flavin Georgetown halfback Silverstein W L fullback INVITES NOTRE DAME Sowth Bend Ind Dec 5 An invitation to play the University of Southern California football team next Thanksgiving was received at Notre Dame last night The invitation is under consideration it was announced SANGREE ELECTED Philadelphia Dec 5 Nathan B Sangree has been elected captain of the Haverford College football team for 1921 it was announced today Sanprpp Vinsj rvlavprt twn vpflrs nt quarterback on the varsity team His 5 anpBon hnmfi is at TTarfdnfifipld TC T - - - JHC lCW i Spartan Bar 108 WALTER REED HIGH WINS Also eligible Madras Gingham 107 Frank Newport News Va Dec 4 Walter Waters108 - V t fourth race Six furlongs Reed High School of Newport News Pnantom Faif lOHJock Scot 107 Became cnampions or Virginia today Uncles Lassie 106 Kedmon 110 by defeating the Roanoke HighPanaman 10T Ground Swell 104 School 14 to Tableau dHonneur 107 Grayson 107 Lads Love 112 Hadrian 107 The Swimmer 104 Frederick the Great 109 Archie Alexander 107 Fifth race - Five and one half furlong Binga Buck lOOIRas Ill Alcatraz 109 Parader 108 Day Lilly lOoiMadeline Lillian 114 Atlanta Ga Dec 5 Selection or J11 race One mile an All - S I A A football by a vote I - M oVT i o of 27 Southern coaches and sporting I Mayor Galvm llOTohn I Day 105 writers was announced here tonight Daiiwood iioffraneer 114 ALL - SOUTHERN GRID ELEVEN IS NAMED Adelante U0 Dr Shafer 110 Rapid Stride 104Poultney HO Safranor 110 Highland Lad 116 Prunes HG Also eligible Tom Brooks 113 Guy Fortune 108 Seventh race One and one - sixteenth miles Kallipolis 95Plenty 104 Johnny Overton 107Searchlight III 109 ceived is as follows Owen Reynolds - pdTer iSicapital City A00 Georgia University left end 18 Bill Lady Mountjoy SOlMiss Filley 105 Fincher Georgia Tech left tackle 26 Thirteen i09War Club iva Warren Auburn left guard 7 Her - by two Atlanta newspapers which compiled the votes Members of the chosen eleven will be presented medals by the Atlanta Constitution and Atlanta Journal acting jointly The composite pick the figures indicating the vote each player re - Auburn shel Day Georgia University center 17 Winston Caton Auburn right guard 7 Artie Pew Georgia University right tackle 14 John Slaton Georgia Tech right end 7 Alvin Mc - Millin Centre College quarterback 23 Ralph Flowers Georgia Tech left halfback 23j I R Barron Georgia Tech right halfback 25 Riggs Stevenson Alabama University fullback 12 Caton Flowers McMillin Pew and Stevenson also received votes for other positions than those at which the larger number of votes placed them The small number of votes of the guards and right end is accounted for by the many others favored for those positions WHEATLY WILL MEET PARSONS TOMORROW The pocket billiard tournament for the championship of the District was well attended at the Grand Central billiard parlors Tomorrow evening at 8 oclock George Wheatly the District champion will meet Parsons Tuesday Tolson and Freeland will meet while on Wednesday Henshaw and Richmond are scheduled to play NEW COURSE AT BELMONT New York Dec 5 Projects for a new steeplechase course at Belmont Park are well under way it was learned here today The board of stewards of the National Steeplechase and Hunts Association has approved of the plans Prices Cut One - Third We have cut our prices one - third on all cloth trimmings and profit On labor we have not cut as labor is getting the same wage as last year We are giving the best Values in the city Riggs Turkish Baths UEVEH CLOSED 15th and G its under Keiths Theater Barber 730 m - lO p m Chiropodist fweo 521 13th St N W Just Below F St J TS5SSB5iSS5ZSS5S55Si5S555SSS5S5S5i555iSSSE52SiSiSZSciS555555SSS5SSiSS HAVANA ENTRIES First race Five and a half furlongs Bertha Manit um Kathleen K 108 Wishing 1031 - leepy reer 103 Cabin Creek Hlfaelen Lucas 1V7 Miss Djiie Ilk feecond race Five and a half furlongs Grey Rump 100 Doublet II 104 Sentry 103 Lui Meme 100 Far East 108 Bibbler 105 Emma J 100 Third race Five and a half furlongs Liberty Bond 105 Roundel - 110 Misericorde 105 Jack Dawson 105 Bianca 105 Cadillac 113 Fourth race Five and a half furlongs Marion Hollins 110Bulgar 115 Gallopin 112Count Boris 112 Plan tarede 110 1 Fifth race Five and a half furlongs White Crown 105Frascuelo 113 Omeme 108 Lady Hester 105 Black Thong 105 Sixth race Five and a half furlongs Miss Brush 105 Driffleld 113 Marty Lou 112Hocnir 110 Gold Stone 105 Weather cloudy track slow j BEsTbRGEnBATTEMBj jl a kUR Battery Serv ice has saved many a good battery from the scrap - pile It may save yours If it quits and we add 8 months more go to it the money saving is well worth while isnt it - Come in and talk it ovec DISTRICT BATTERY ELECTRIC CO 1724 G Street INTERSTATE MOTOR SUPPLY CO 1324 New York Ave N W GEORGETOWN BATTERY CO 3010 M Street N W These selections are based strictly on past performances and general information FIRST RACE Maidens 2 - year - olds 6 furlong - s Horse Jockey Weight Remarks Dora W Garner 104 Last race is good enough to win her Repent McDermott 100 Coming around to best form Tom Roach Erickson 99 Raced Ionia to a neck last time Secretary Heinisch 103 On best form has a winning chance Dannell Coltiletti 108 Better than last race would indicate SECOND RACE Three - year - olds and up claiming 6 furlongs Nominee Coltiletti 115 Recent showing makes him the choice Rainbow Girl Ponce 117 Going in best form now Lancelot Stack Ill Ran a nice race to score Saturday Resist Burke 112 Right on edge for best effort - Cobalt Lass Garner 113 Has beaten better ones when right THIRD RACE Three - year - olds and up claiming 1 mile Susan M Pollard 102 May win if she repeats last race Frank Waters Buxton 108 Well fitted to offer the argument On High Hopkins 96 Ready to turn in a Venning race Jack Straw Burke 110 Lost a close decision to Richard V recently Ben Hampson Murphy 113 This old fellow is in his winning stride FOURTH RACE Three - year - olds and up 6 furlongs Panaman Ponce 107 Improving steadily and may do here Uncles Lassie McAtee 106 This consistent miss is sure to go welL Jock Scot Rodriguez 107 Can do better than - last race shows Ground Swell Murray 104 Appears to be at his best now Redmon Lunsford 109 Likely to be close up FIFTH RACE Maurepaz handicap 2 - year - olds claiming 5 furlongs Parader Coltiletti 108 His last race was an impressive one Ras Lunsford ill Stands out as the contender here Alcatraz Mitchell 109 Has been working very well Day Lily Barrett 105 Has an excellent turn of speed Madeline Lillian McAtee 92 On best races has a winning chance SIXTH RACE Three - year - olds and up claiming 1 mile Willigan Gregory 102 She is ready fora winning race Dancer Mooney no Another one that is rounding to best form Highland Lad Thurber 116 Suited under the conditions Rapid Stride Davies 104 Showed considerable foot in last race Dr Shafer Heinisch 110 May show something worth while SEVENTH RACE Three - year - olds and up claiming 1 1 - 16 miles Dahabiah II Taylor 104 Has shown enough to beat this lot Capital City CHeinisch r 109 The one most to be feared Broom Peddler Burke 108 Going well and may beat the others Searchlight III Moore 109 One that should be close up War Club Walls 109 Likely to be heard from here BCST THREE NOMINEE PARADER DAHABIAH DT WTLL BATTLE NICHOLS Des Moines Iowa Dec 5 Jack Britton of New York welterweight champion of the world was matched to box ten rounds With Johnny Nichols of St Paul Minn here on December 17 it was announced today Useful and Attractive Gifts Q Exceptional showing of Gloves for all occasions Walking Sticks Exclusive showing latest in fine walking sticks 350 to 15 Soft Hats 6 to 10 Special Reduction Finer Grade of Velour Hats Black Green and Browns 850 Stinemetz Fat 12th fllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllW 1 Annual Clearance Sale I Hess High Shoes H Every Pair of High Shoes in the House Reduced s All 850 9 and 950 Hess High Shoes reduced to 85 All 10 1050 and 11 Hess High Shoes reduced to 085 All 12 1250 and 13 Hess High Shoes reduced to All 14 15 H and 16 Hess High Shoes reduced to 1 o5 1 k IIT LT 85 1 All 17 18 and 19 Hess High Shoes Reduced to 1485 To comply with our usual custom of selling all merchandise in the season for which it was made we inaugurate our Clearance Sale of High Shoes starting Monday December 6 at 8 a m This is one month in advance of the usual time but with our patrons interest foremost in mind we have decided to give them the benefit of these reduced prices at once This sale has the implicit confidence of every man because it is not a sale of odds and ends but the regular stock of Hess High Shoes in over sixty styles in all leath - ters - - and in a variation of sizes to be found in no other shop No one ever questions the intrinsic worth of Hess ShoeSj the quality is 100 At these reduced prices they represent th best values obtainable Sale Starts This Morning at 8 oClock I N Hess Sons 931 Pa Ave i a If2 WisSm miliUlllllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllll rvrtt jiWV y SjJr llllflllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllYkvr IllWUimiUlUUllllUlllUllUllUUlUu VM mi Ml 3b L - jfCNg - T - z - - e zyWy i - - - is J X 3m sfsgm

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