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1.03 ANOKI.ES, Calif., Dec. 17.
According to nn Interview today,
Frank Chance, captain of the Chicago
National League team, tells a thrill
ing Btorv of how hl men were mis
treated by tile Giants before the big
game. Chuncc said:
"Fearing that they could not beat
us even I Hi tho advantage of play
lug on their own grounds, the Olants
deliberately planned to cripple scv
cial of our men before the game. For
this purpose they hired a dozen prize
(lghtcrs and the starting of a light
wbuld have been the signal for them
to Jump In and beat up somo of our
"I believo that McQInnlty, armed
with a bat, was sent out for the
purpose of starting a light with me,
but we wero on to the game and held
oursehes In check. It was not our
Intention to allow the Giants to win
the pennant by knocking us out. Al
though in possession of every advan
tage, they were nfraltl to tackle us
with our team Intact.
"We had not played for three days,
were hustled over to Now York,
dumped off the cars, and denied the
privilege of practicing before tho
game. It was the dirtiest pleco of
work over pulled off on a diamond."
WANTS MORE SALARY
NEW YOIIK, N. Y., Dec. 8. More
salary or no playing next season.
This Is Mike Donlln's ultimatum to
tho management of the New York
Giants. Frank Chance, Mordccal
Drqwn, and others are supposed to
have done their bit as members of the
"hold-out" league, and that has key
ed up Mike. Perhaps, also, ho Is In
spired by the great success he and
his talented wife, Mabel Illtc, have
made In their skit, "Stealing Home."
Whatever It Is, the announcement
Is (Int. that next season he will be the
highest-paid plaver on tho New York
teum of Giants. Otherwise. If Pres
ident John T. Drusli and Manager
John McGraw fall to meet Mike's
wishes on the salary question he will
wave aside his longings for the ap
plause of the Polo ground fans,
PACKEY M'FARLAND PLANS
Chicago, III,, Dec. 1C. Packoy Mc
Farlnnd left Chicago this evening for
New Orleans, where he Is scheduled
to clash with Young Erne of Phila
delphia Dec. 23. After this bout Mc
I"nrlund has planned n campaign on
tho Coast, lie will leave New Or
leans 'for Los Angeles Immediately af
ter the bout, as he Is billed to meet
Dick II) land there Jan, IS, After
this fray McFarland hopes to lead
Freddie Wiclsh of England Into a
match to settta the supremacy be
tween the Englishman and himself.
TAFT'S INTEREST IN GOLF
New York, N. Y Dec. IB. The
earnest attention which President
elect Taft Is paying and Intends to
pay to the royal and ancient game of
golf was evidenced today when one
ol the engagements to which ho de
moted an exceptional length of time
wub with Walter J. Travis, former
amateur champion of the United
States. Taft's talk with Travis was
entirely devoted to golf,
SELL WORTHLESS TICKETS
NEW YORK, N. Y Dec. 16. In
the swiil of humanity around Madi
son Squure Garden last night before
tho start of the Marathon race be
tween Dorando Pietrl, the Italian,
and Tom Longboat, the Canadian In
dian, swindler reaped a harvest sell
ing worthless tickets to unsuspecting
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By Hoar or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
A Large Line of Lightweight
at IOC per yard.
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
NOW BEING CHOSEN
PRACTISE WILL BEGIN THE FIRST
OF NEXT WEEK
Mike Fisher's Aggregation Will Find
Strong Nine Here and Series of Ball
Games Promises To Furnish Lively
Sport Committee To Report
Monday next will probably seo tho
commencement of practice by the dia
mond wizards who will meet Miko
Fisher's all star aggregation on Its re
turn from tho Orient. The committee,
appointed by tho league to choose a
captain and select a team, proceeded
to get busy Immediately after the meet
ing adjourned jestcrday noon and
things aro now well under way.
Now that tho Wguo has definitely
decided to play tho series of gamci
with tho Reach Club All-Americans,
not a Btono will bo left unturned In tho
effort to turn out tho best nine that
Hawaii can produce. The men will
get down to serious work and, with
practice, they Iioh to develop a nine
of moro than ordinary quality.
Tho decision to play the All-Americans,
meets with tho general approval
of baseball enthusiasts here, and that
tho league grounds will bo well filled
on tho da) s set for tho games, Is a cer
tainty. The All Hawaiian team will
dart operations with a determination
to lower tho colors of tho victorious
malnlanders. If possible, nnd thp best
baseball that Honolulu has seen In a
long tlmo Is sure, to result.
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Stanford University, Dec. 8 Georgo
J. Presley of S&n Francisco will onco
moro coach tho Cardinal football team.
At a meeting of tho executive commit
tee ho was chosen head coach for tho
1909 season ami baseball coach for
tho 1910 season. Ho Is already under
tontract to conch tho 1909 baseball
James F. Lanagau will no longer be
retained as advisory coach, but Pres
ley will eventually All that berth after
ho has educated one of the younger
men up to head field coach, and thus
the system will bo preserved.
Presley Is a Stanford graduate class
of 1907. In his Sophomore )car ho
plajed first base on tho ball team and
held that Job down for tho following
two seasons, captaining the victorious
1907 nlno. When Rugby football wus
introduced Presley turned out and
mado tho position of wing forward on
tho G-3 varsity. Lanagan was greatly
Impressed with tho quality of his work
und had him appointed assistant coach
for the 1907 season. Tho campaign
which ended up with tho 12 3 victory
over California In tho lato game was
almost ontircly handled by Prcsloy,
Lanagan acting only In' the advisory
Tho engagement of Presley tneots
with entire approval of the campus
community, amongst whom ho enjoys
tho greatest popularity.
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BUT FOUR CARDINAL8
8URE OF THEIR JOBS
Cleveland, Dee. 17. Following q
brief conferenco last night, Stanle)
Itoblnswi, owner of the St. Louis Card
inals, said today that only four of hla
present team aro fixtures for tho com
ing )car. These aro Konotchy at first,
Joo Dclclmnty In tho outfield, Hilly Gil
bert and Catcher Dresnahan. Urcsua
ban expects to do most of tho catch
ing. One man wanted, according to
Robinson, Is Morklo of the Olants. Ho
will bo used at second In caso a deal Is
Old Vcterano, winner of the Thorn
ton stake as a 4-year-old In 1904,
made his first, appearance of the sea
son ut Emeryvlllo with his old-time
Jockey, L. A, Jnckson, in the saddle.
Vcterano did not start last season.
He Is still being handled by Walter
Vlvell, his trainer.
Top Much For
Seven to two wns tho scoro by which
tho U. S. Marine Corps baseball nlno
laid It over the Fort Shatter team yes
terday afternoon Tho infantryman
tried hard, and they pln)cd somo good
baseball, but tho sea soldiers showed
a faculty for getting runs which wos
Tho first Inning saw tho marines
with four runs to the good, and they
I'cpt up tho procession. Syedman, tho
inartno pitcher, pitched a magnificent
game, and held tho Shafterltcs down in
heart rending fnBhlon. Tho teams lined
up as follows'
Marines Mike, If; Winters, lb.;
Showo, ss ; Mnsak, 2b ; Anderson, c.;
Syedman, p.; Mlsner, 3b ; Humphry,
cf.; Booth; rf.
Fort Shafter Lojctte, c; McCall,
2b ; Glenn, cf.; Biiddhu, p ; Klstlcr,
If.; Lcmn, lb.; Diiwent, bs.; McNnbb,
8li.; Oakley, rf.
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SULLIVAN'S- "COLD FEET"
ENDS MATCH WITH J0ST
ABERDEEN, Wath., Dec. 17.
Dan Sullivan, who tins been tntklnir
nbout Ills right to battln for thn mitt.
dlewolght championship, effectually
craoueu" tno nght game at Aberdeen
by reruslng to box Charllo Jost
(Young Fltzslmmons) liwnum tha
latter wus two pounds over weight.
A very large crowd gathered at tho
Qrand theater to seo tho mill, but
Bulllvnn could not be Induced to en
ter the ring.
Tho men had nereed In makn 1GS
and Jost welched ICO. It wan n r-lonr
case of "cold feet" on Sullivan's part,
and bis conduct was such that hr
will probably never again be matched
here or elsewhere.
The fizzle had the effect of prompt
ing the authorities to Bton thn rnmp.
Thero had been somo talk along this
line, but local promoters had about
arranged to continue after tho first
of tho year. Hut for Sullivan's con
duct Aberdeen would doubtless have
remained open to boxers. Sullivan
halls from Butte and was a member
of tho American team that wont to
Athens In 1906.
TO OPEN HARVARD'S
LAWN TENNIS COURT
Cambridge, Mass, Dec. 1C, Ar
rangements have been mado to for
mally open the new tennis court at
Harvard Junuary 9 with a match be
tween Jay Gould, amateur champion,
und Peter Latham, for many years
British professional champion. La
tham will give odds of half 1C. Tho
court Is tho first established at an
American college nnd marks n now
era In the gume for thts country.
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BOXING MATCHES FOR FIREMEN
Frultvalc, Calif.. Dec. IB. Plans
are under way to form an athletic
organization as an adjunct to tho
Central Social Club of this city,
whose membership consists almost ex
clusively of Ifremen. A boxing In
structor will be securod nnd it Is the
purpose of the club to hold boxing
matches In tho near future A well
pqulpped gymnasium will be provid
ed. In order to raise funds for this
purpose n benefit minstrel show Is be
ing planned and will bo held In the
early part of January.
GIRLS TO PLAY BASKETBALL
Berkeley, Calif., Dec. ID, The
girls' basketball team of Berkeley
High School will meet tho girls of tho
Llvcrmore High School team Satur
day morning on the court back of
Commercial School In Allston way.
Tho team representing Berkeley will
bo as follows; Forwards, Zora Pen-
flpi-nnl nml Ttula 11ntll. ....... .....
.-o-w .... ..,a,Q .i .lull. UCtllolB,
JLorena Buck (captain), Marlou
ftlooro, and Winona Mooro; guards,
Isabella Brown and Belinda Hayes.
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M'FARLAND-ERNE FIGHT OFF
CHICAGO, III., Dec, lfl. Tho Mc
Farland-Erno fight at New Orleans Is
off, und tho two spocdy lightweights
will not swap punches, In place of
this bout, tho Caponl-McGoorty mill,
scheduled for n later date, probably
will be movod up In the calendar and
utilized on tho day originally set for
tho smulor mon, December 23.
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Bookmaker Benny Falk bet $100
on the long-shot winner Osceola nnd
followed It up with a nice winning
on Nadzu, but quit the day only 13,
000 winner nftcr having been $0000
to the good ut ono stage of the day's
play. Bill Jackman Is ulso reputed
to have cleaned up I3000.
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