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MAJOR LEAGUE RECORDS
Compiled by Expert George L. Moreland.
Records of all player, batting :: or
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(SI 0) He Figures Out a Way to Have Axel Win (&i m m Ow S
a. I
M'GRAW AS SCHOOLMASTER OF THE
BresnahM. Tennev and DaMmi in the Bic LeAiruec and Mrrinnifv ilajl !
and Gilbert Learned "Tricks of the Trade" in Baseball School flSfi
ff t ltl ti of Giants' CIever Litt,e Manager - Methods That Have Added I
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EITIIT yean naTo when John MrUraw got together a band of :it!iet:a ond
began to ttWeh them tin- gflUnOg of hggghllt n "no ot'Jert lie fatal In
mind was tile iviplure of a National I-ea.ir.ue pennant and a YVorld'a C'hnvtn
T'lonshlp. In that he aue. eedcil, but the le:irn:ng ha Imparted to these men Is
deatlned to live lung after the Utile "h, hool-muster" of the ili.unond haul grov.11
old and outlived his usefulness. Whan tne nanw of MoQrgw has is-naed to he
a hnehal 'by word plu.is will gtlll go out and beeome f:imouB as managers
for the altnple leaMun that they grg expnneiiN of t:,,. IfodraW aeiiiiol.
Among the present inanauers Dial have baofl griidimtod from the Institution
of this little maaler ate lt.nor Bragflgnan of St. Loutfi Bill DaWltMl ,.f Hrooklvn
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Boaton; l'lank
of Newurk. Hilly
(illhert of Brit;
Charley Hulib. fonneily of Memphis. The ohMOM are that Alike Dunlin will
also become a manaser and will load t!ie Hoalon Hustlers next season. No othei
manager In the history of the game has developed as many lea lera as Motii au ,
and he tan bo truthfully Mailed tlM "tu.i'.er 1 :' maflaVgeri."
Tho first thinvr that McQraw tagohai
his players la that there Is no sueli
tiling as KlOk. He Is also 10 strongly
prejudiced against auperstltl .11 that hu
will frequently allow an outsider to sit
on the bench during an Important Kami.
Just to show that In, has no fear of the
mipet nalut A majority of players
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TJ
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ai d allow a alt miner to sit on the
bench.
rtEr.ORDS ALWAYS PROVE BEST
GUIDE.
Another thing that Medrntv dies at
the outset Is to disabuse his ,I,ieri
minds of the Idea that printed records
do nit amount to anything II. hTml)
declares that "figures never lie'' ntvl
that tho man nlth thn bust rerord Is the
besl player 99 tlltlag out of a 100. Whan
these tWO things are firmly Impl intcl ,n
a playe'S mln.l he realizes that he , tt
step 01 i and deliver the go nils to be re
talned.
Another IntDOrtlnt feature of Mc.
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OrirW'l school Is mat he puts no re-1
strictions on the parsonai conduot of
the players. He tells them st thn out.
set that they arc taken on their own
responsibility, and that unless thay !
realise that responsibility an I take care
of t :iamsove thev will be tne Rlaatll 01
then own undoing
"What's the use of telling a plnye
wnat time lie should go lo bed or what
he ahould drink," explains M QriW. If
I've got to force a man to turf? -aro of
himself, then he will he no go,,, I, any!
,ian
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way. I want players who realuo
nec essity of taking car of Ifieinaelvi
.1s j and who ai t ac 'nrdiniflv. If tin ly gbUa
theinsalvsg and fall to make good ,,n
Mo tno diamond ll U their own fault.
THE EVENING WORLD,
ALL BRANCHES
iw
HAS DEVELOPED
BOZFMAX BULGER.
BowarpllMUl, formerly of BOMtOBi '"' MottBsaJt
Hill Clarke of the .Vmerican " '- an
Once, they realize this they nra pretty
Tha BtoOraw school ot baseball alio
teaches that tha man.-ger must bo ab
solute In his leaaersbli). s must
never consult with ti: players. Be
should aaauiu tha entire responsibility
and If uUstnkea ars mttli take tha
blame accordingly. ITever In his life
did McOraw blame a player for making
an error even If It lost a game, but
1st on of thsm comir.lt nn error of
Judgment even If It wen the ra i l nnd
tho wliol team will know It for weeks
to com.
When BraanaluM took charge of tha I
leg
i animals ne was tulklnir to IfoQraw
one day and, Incidentally, asking for a
Ullls advice.
"Tha main IMU vou've got to do, 1
ItOftT," wail MeOraw, to get rid of'
the 'bone' on your team. No matti r
now much you know uhout baaehiill
011 ckunnot n rinother man think.
A bright young fellow who can think
Is worth more to you thnn a fnlrlv
good veteran who nmer did use his
mine! ex, ejtt when told to. 7on't trv
to make men think, for It Is uscles
They are born that wuv and rail halo
It."
Anr.t.hr-r 'ilea that Mdir.iw Imparts to
his pupUd is rover to let the loss or till
winning of a sinifle hull game upset
1,11 He says that a team should be
built to last a season and not u vaak,
The nn.hlna must he sent straight1
ahead thi , 1 ag ! i a seise, n and not w.ner
11s courcH whether victories or de
tests arc tn tho way. ThB pareairtaga
Of Victoria! at III finis 1 Is what c ninis
and not t,.e wiiui.nn of a glngl gam.
Hu navpf puts a ceii,;,, pit ,,, t..
win a certain game Tlia mavn muat ha
; ., .
in regnUr turn, baesvuaa nnlli.
ilng Is galne.1 by putting n man In out
I or mi n to win 1 gum.' gad than kaorl
Itelikg tUS au ui.t no n.U lose tae ncsl
SATURDAY, AT7GT78T B( Mt?
SEVEN ACTIVE MANAGERS
1 1 mm BSavaHuaaa BavH I
Some Baseball Epigrams by McGraw
the Schoolmaster of Baseball.
"Ntvtr Iry to make another man
way and can't help tt. "
" The young fellow who ran think Is of more value than the old timer who
can hit but never acts except under orders."
"A baseball manager must be absolute tn his leadership,
all responsibility and take all the blame."
The winning teams are those
the smallest number of hits."
"Base running and good sliding
the only way to make hits count."
Always play lor general results
Papke Will Meet Several
Local Fighters Here
B
II. I. Y I'APKK, looking good
audi
he-lit y, droppeu in on u to-day
Ho tvtl on bis way to Hat.,
Hen'di lo tx-gln trailing for his local '
appearance v. Ith Sa:',,r Hurke I'anke
will probably slay around these p.irta
for soma tltnn and BBglga In sev- 1
eiai tights lie is vary muob Intaragtad
In the new bdgfg tUw and the crop of
utl.ldlewelghls. Jim H111II11, the West- !
, heater farmer who meets Sam Lang
ford her next week, las aura 'ted
PdBkd'a altention. IVrrapa 1'apke I
lOOal on Sniila us a iroape, t ive QppoJ. j
int. I'aiike tHlked about Crunk Klaus.
toe, n may accept Ton 0'Day'i offer
and BMOt hlni on I tag 'oast.
Tom Hltitr of BcrantOn made good In
Ills Urn engagement in NafW York by
giving Hai ry Ston , the east side light
weight, a bad heating In n tun-round
bout at the Hiighton llesnh A. ('. of
Coney Island. Only two rounds of the
entire battle were 1n MM local boy'a
favar and In the other eight MOBlOM
iin was ao terribly punished almut thd
stomach that he was doubled up at times
like u Jacliknlfe, Olnty a lortn Is lli
AaVieUngi and lie never let Stone ggg any
, his clever IntiK-rangii taMtlol,
The "While Hope" tournament at the
Twentieth Century Club was a hope egg
affair. There won. not enough white
hopes on hand to fun a baseball nine,
as only eight men showed up for work.
Afte Sailor VVhltl lltd, won two bouts
he doollnod to go on .vtih Johnny Con
nurs, who iia.i also won two vi rtei,
one of which Involve! .lie knocking out
"f Jin Mai ei. tin. sooallad Irteh chajav
II, on. In 11 auneatl Tlie, at ,ra VV'l.ll.. u',.,,
by default dim of the men whom'
Whltw, da'ealtd was annoiiiw ed a.
CJeorge Terry, but tl wai said that n
OF SPORT
-mw mm m
DIAMOND
think,
It can't be done. He Is bom that
Ha must accept
that get the greatest number of runs out of
are the real secrets of success.
That Is
on a season and not for a single game."
BOXING STAGS TO-NIGHT.
,
At the l-'aii moot
Kid Rlack
sana jscs immlee will
exchange
canons in ma main I
'Hit of ten
1, nin.la Two other
contests of the
.1 no lelig'li w be -I ...... I
At the Sharkey a. C k. O. Kger
will meet Joe Shears for ten rounds
In tho feature battle, In thai sen,',
final Karl Smith and Hlchy Ryan
will hos six rounds.
I" .llm Monahan, fat
tsar of J41 k John, u,
rli e, from Kngl.io I
'net sjisrrlng pai t-
. who had lust sr-
T.ee,, l... .
he
nil Whin when
big knee
, inner Wfl . ,,n
lb us which Hefene llalev
railed t
I. en Koiui-.tv ,. ..
n 1.. 1.1. .. .... iiiw
...... 10 ma 0011 will, 1 H;1Br
National Club last Thursday
Moat of the White Hope Showed
at the
night
a ri.
ion sire ih. While tho members
left the
' 1 "'ue. arier having oat, I
"!' long lireen to las a bunch of
dubs try to fight.
Nelson Made
Gaffney Quit
in Rouna Five
M WD FORD, Ore., Aug r,
fjaffney of Spokane took the
the close of ftftii 1 oun I 1
a ten.rountl Dalit a itb Ba ;:n
afler Nel.nn (j.l gi,,.M 1 ;,.
Tommy
' 'lit at
n t ' m
V. '.-..ll
Hp.ikii e
man a s-v. r. ;, eating for
' laffnej ass I It. for
four in inda
a Han, am r.
Huff
Iir.ither pr In gin I at Nclsou.
Neither the referee nor Nelson suffe'ed
nn dauiage. (iunn.. said MetlOfl had
repeatedly fould blio.
w VW fcY V I W
Inside the Rim
Weir Never Could Resist Oppor
tunity to Do Something Odd or
Funny and Finally a Back Flip
in Fourteenth Round Lost Him
His Title to Australian Billy
Murphy.
NO,
CopirlaTht.
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1911. he The Pre as Pvibhshla Co
una laws rtorini.
N j-ily or Auguat
1MB, several months
after the famous battle with Frank
Murphy. Ike Weir wee challenged by
Bitty Murphy, the eyeVonlo little feather.
weight from Australia. Murphy had
been In America only a month or ao. In
that time he had defeated Johnny Grif
fin, tha Uralrrtre. Man , fealhrwlght,
had fought a twenty-nine-round draw
with Frank Murphy, and had proved
himself a ruehlag, tearing little fighter.
Weir tvooapted the ohalleng. but the
men did not gat together until alx
month later, Jan. U, 18iw.
Til Intervening month wr spent by
Wir around Boaton and New Tork,
part of tha ttm In an endeavor to
uplift the stag It ha line bacome
th no -opted thing for a auooeeaarcul
fighter to tejca to th etage, but Ike
proved to he a BMMh bttr drawing
card than many puglllata who have at
tempted to follow In bla footsteps He
had a larga fund of anecdote and funny
etorlee and oould tanoe nearly every
kind of Irlert Jig and reel that waa vr
Invented, while hie grotesque antic In
hi sparring oxhtbtdima never failed to
keep hi audience In a gale of laughter
When arrayed In his etaga costume
Ik waa a aymphony tn green and cold.
Itle trunk and athletic shirt ware of the
genuine Irish color; hie manly bosom
waa almost covtred with glittering
spangles and stag medal. Uasually
th American colore were gracefully
draped around hie walat or ls h
ported hie ohamptonehtp belt.
He and Doody Rivals.
Howsvsr. ajiiuBlug a Weir was on
th atag. hi antic off H wrn-e much
mora av Many ar th tale that are
told of hi erratic action. Ik Weir
and I'atsjr Tmody were grat friend,
but also great rl.-ala. Thie rivalry
manlfeated lUalf In dancing, (hooting,
naclng. piano playing, aparrlng In
short, every thine which th brain of
two cragy, happy-eo-lucky Irlahmn
Ilk YVelr snd iloody could Invent.
Many n old tlme rel,lont of th i,u-t
Hide can tall ot watchtsig Weir and
Doody racing through th art rent a. Uke
a not. they -would b walk. hK quietly
along the stewallc A paslna horse car
would siouse au argument aa to which
could catch It Letting th car gut a
half block or a hlcsuk away, Wir and
lioo.ly would il.i.l, off in hot pursuit
When the car was readied, h,,th would
climb ,ii and appeal to the conductor
to deoMe Which one had reached It
Mist, nn the word of the conductor
one or Hie other Would pay th wager,
umiallv a 16 Mil. Thev might stop on
ii,e street ami, aarroiindad by huge
crowd, endeavor to outrival each other
in ling ilan. es, rilng on th spe, ta
iled, lei I lie, , tain of aunai-
lorlty.
Bteve Hi ,, lie a pig e up on the nowery
kn. w them well Many a time have
lie frequenter of that resort seen
Uoody get up on the little stag and do
a turn, to be f,, Unwed by Weir la an
ameet effort to outdo I'atay. Hoth
were expert tnarkariien, and they never
COUld pass a shooting gallery without
trying their skill
The sun ly beach of Coney Island was
s favorite spot for their racei. Ikes
favorite musical Instrument was the
piano, arhlll I'atay Inclined toward the
concertina. I'atay could make that old
i n artlna talk and when Ike struck
lively Irleh nine on the piano not
foot III the plaO OOUld keep still.
er as Wdr was, however, In all
these I llngli I'atsv generally had a
shade on htm. This was alwavs more
or leas of a sore BOOt with Weir, and
anv co niciv'son of their .!;1 w ,1 s sure
1 1 launch him In 1 trsntic endeavor to
I rov hla superlorlts'
Back l-lip f.sr Tttli.
Toward III end of til year last
sr-Mtrjenionts f-u ' e mat ii be:neen
Wc i- ami Australian Billy Murphy
were comp.ie,', and 11 trsvled mi'
to Sun Kinnil-.i Tim bslile took,
place on Jan 11 lKu. before the Call-
r
EDITED BY
ROBERT EDGREN
Great Fighters
Cbry Mite.
fornla Athletic crtub. which paid Walr'e
xpnaa for th trip. Aa the reeult
of thl nght waa a victory for Murphy,
It will be more fully described In ttis
jet" hM on him. Th blow that knock. I
Ike Wawr out tn th fourteenth round
wa a right-hand wing which caught
th Spider" Just a h landed on h!s
feet aftr doing a back flip. That
etunt coat Ik th flhrwlgbr "ham
pionshlp of th world.
Weir felt the dlaarao of defeat 1 vrv
keenly. II tried to get Murphy to give
him a return match, hut failed. He then
return ad Eaat and did not fight again
until July , lssj), when he met V: ,.f.
Jimmy Coeuvere before th Buffalo Ath
letic Club. Th men fought for a pur:,'
of HaM to th winner and SWI to the
loser and used email alovog. Con no; i
waa a Naw Y'ork hov who waa athletic
Instructor at the Buffalo club, and was
a clever fighter. Wlr knocked him pi t
an thraa rounds.
Ik again laid off. and on Dec 14. lri.
he took paaaeg on th steamship Ala
meda from Ttoston for Australia. II
arrived tn Svdnev some ttm In Januarv.
Three or four day after landing he
sparred an exhibition bout with Ah
Willi of Svdnev. who claimed th
bantamweight championship of Austra
lia. Aitnougn Ik had all th best of t' .
effslr It waa called a draw.
On Jan. 2 h was matched to fight
Jack Fsillar for a parse of MOO a aide.
Puller was a lightweight and out
weighed Walr by many pounds. Ik
was finally pereuaded by hi friends
not to try conciuaiona with Fuller, and
forfaited th money
Weir became dissatisfied with aon
dttlone tn Australia and soon sailed
for America. He stopped at Honolulu
and on Feb. 7, 111, aparred an ahl
hltlon with John Mahan, a local champ
ion. Walr i,crt..i Mahan, but the bout
was called a draw. Soon after Ike
returned to A marina.
WANTED.
, 600 ATHLETES.
r-rlaea IJ Solid Oalrl Medals Wrles tm BBSa
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