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Baseball S* Boxing S Squash ** Football ^ Polo >* Lawn Tennis ? Golf
TIMELY BITS OF SPORT
Matty Gets Home?Says Cuba Is
Nice Little Place.
COMISKEY LAUDS JOHNSON
Premised Disclosures in Ticket
Case Checked for Time by
August Herrmann.
? let? ? ?? r Mi better known as
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i steami Havana, of tha
gang
. im? piotars
;.iy be alt'.: lag a hiiR.- baSatSl
. Untren
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? tr:r?.
, ? great
hit in wl sai ?: twelvs ?
: ? explained, w - ev? n nw
la Cuba than Indicated by
snd -li.it . ;
tendance s<arprtstnglj MS H< ?' :
have down
: avi?
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Wife .Hid l air
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will follow ! ? i ' lea -
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a - the guest at a dtnner in
>. ? v Hint; m Chicago,
k terrina the i ?sshitlon
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In New Toi cutting Oil "Of?
?e.. National
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bad not ; ? i
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thi- .-n tho So .- big
boat with 1 ristmaui algnl
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.se v it'.- real Mil
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v | Ei ?Saturday.
rrll will tell ; m thai
net - ...... i
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JVo Fault With Hule*.
Says Trinity Coach
Prof. Getchell in r\ Mi?
nority Among Eastern
Football Experts.
Profea tar O? ttell, ?r Trlnlt- College, who
lias wrlttei two le_tl oolu on poll
? ? , Ugh a*v.?\
> from his i '.ill : ? coach
, "tu football eleven aaya he haa no fault
n genei nd with the present rule? of
une. in this he is in iv. lUlUOrlt) a-.i
on? arned
l'i ol ttell develop? .1 ? i ?
ablj m at Trtnlt) I
, team thai - aten and played Brown
t<> n tie. He mad? the ? ?"i-t of
and by developing the forward pas?
and tMurkk Mcfe to n high point i rov?
little coll g< ill? adth
? rival With comparative!) few
men ? aaaor Qettsli araa
I. apped, but resu ? - u? h that htt
optDlons are Inl ?restlbg ?'it :
? of rule <hi n '. ii^ saga
; In tl; ' .-- 'It ii..: I
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' In g< ?'? '? 1 I. It to
? -? - ? m , i?t from h tins
dtsgui - - . \ . "
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develop an attack Hint will Rain ten yard?
In i,. ' taurfta, ?? ?th the
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? osslbli Ith th?
i deft n? - i ? hi ?) up. This mal ? H
?nrj t - d ? lop an atts h ip lo I ?
line snd ' ' se?
wai k i
"i i l ..-?-.-: ? : . ? .,-, ,1 hj
Trlnltj ; . ?. ? ? ? ren on
? hort . plung?
" n.i i.. ... i.....! ..! :: trlcl on ot
ng forwa ? s h<
that) iiv : ? da behind the 111
rni'^-i \'..r Id hel t ""?
? -| ted to be i Impllfli ?) r ith? :
? altered ?.j- ami nd? ei in conti nl
? |d be
red, ' 't no- the progr?
?' that have been introduced. No team b?i
? ? ? t ijevi l4*a?ad all the : "- ?ibilltiea of \he
i open - Bmli ha?
: reach? I
"There u ti o many oftl? al Tv o on
? ths field e,t play a ? a n '? 1
' shouM not kec p time, - ton rd thi ? ad
m .|i',u t. -x he la too busy watchli
Hm. ?. the plaj s. Thi i ?
work among the offidaia Just as then
| !h in lbs elevens. Very often tiro or more
.i?i. thtng? and
lebst ' Th?
.i:l, lall ?
last s? .is'.'i bas '? en Isrsji I] due to I
.BANTAMS GO ON STRIKE
Object to Coulon Demands for
Weight Limit in Bouts.
eliamplon of th.
f??t7i wltb n new movement amoni
? opponent?
at l1*- ).".: ? -' 116
? i? in litre Inj 01 go i a ?
gr 01
on hi- oppon? nts
, ' . - ?
;-.: ,i i, in good candil ion for a
bantamweight lin ii
both in thi-- eonnl
. , ai ?f latei ? ra in Fran. ?.
.und? In tii ? ring, it iras ?
? he ? i?i chai
Coulon ?"ii the ehamploi
? , . . Murph* ?? -? i .I.
?imit .? ind forced hi* rivals
? :u!-t.
I.. ???. ?... vnrioui ? antatn?
? i i.- tha arbitrar] de? i
? ? . and ha\ ?? i efused to
? ? lemai d< .1 by him. iTranki?
Jera? y City, and j:?i??k O' Ke? fe
.?i., thi n . ?? mot??: lein hiiiI both
say ii ? at any welgln othvi
e pounds riv?- hotira before Hie bout.
It i- ut thla tveipM tm? Ham ? ?
>?!- Sa , K? II -i. Moni ? Att? il,
Wa
itantamwelglita ar* uov boxing. |
-. ?ihiiiiFt two years ?f constant chai?
the ii*r?i!\\ l| il : i om
the B : uill gel lila opportunity
Browi ??? - ?
round boul .?i th?
Mhletlc Club, ai laut h
o-nighl Then II little i
o nothing to ? ween the men.
n,,i either - hK f to ? In In a put
? awlft and eudden defeat ??>r the ?
ben the f,>\-k i
The battle will be between a l-ft- ...
I ,: man with a faat i"f'.
terrific right and one who <_n hit
aheri and atralght ? ? tha mark. Croas -
opinion thai h? ?ill be able to
Brown to th? punch with hi* abort jaba'
? ? him down. Brown lia? alwayi
,, ij -,'. hit, ?in,i a fast man has '??
ng hla awing with
.
\\ hile Brown snd a si ttling lb Ii
differences two other clubs ?rill conduct
entert - I At the Bhai hi
j i ?tub Jlmmie ' '. ? 'Knock.
and -.i the i ?ng Acr? i lub J???.
a ??n Eddie
{ _tanton.
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> A - ????-. middl? ? i Ighta
?hould resull when Howard Morrow and
Eddie McOoorty, the remarkahl?? boaer ol
? t un m? -t i", ten ro? nda ,.i I Itk Na
tlonal Sporting Club of America to-snorrow
n.u!.'. McOoorty made a Una ??howiti?
when he fought Conni? Schmidt, Hmi man
are of the opinion that he la tha master
"f (tank Klaus Morrow, wholes psot?g?
.?,' 'i'- mmy Ryai . the onetime welterweigbl
champion "f the world, ?.- "touted" u? a
wonder
WILLIE BEATs'aNDY MORRIS
Gets Better of Rather Slew Bout
at Brown's Gymnasium.
John Willie, the old heavyweight i
??f ? 'in caito, v. h m most ' rltftci
?-.??', to :;. ? .;:?" heap
and beat And] Ifoi ton Ii
? ?round i?"nt ??i Broa n'i ? Ij mi
? -i i Ighl w Hlie .-m pi is?
... na of I tan i ound
ti..-?' ? l in acore a knockout waa
le fac? that the <>]??
ie waa una
na oppori n '
? ? ? ? m m '?"in hard I? M
? i hooks ?vi,? ] , times th?
. ring I rom
left? ? ? , ould
? foll?n it op and pul him i I
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? Bay man p
i/nei i - hack, Hi iided many
but the ? ? ? , ; liai d
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there a to
Bol berg, ;. faat little '? II? w, ?? -
d Johnny I ? ? t
the Hoy? thi? lie ? lub, of Brook! ?
i tl, fighting ; i all
ni- punches ? en
; '-1 ?l!r., ' ?
y oi th? :
hand*, waa cool, ???-i measured th? furious
.. load*
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ORESCENT A. C. FIVE BEA'iEN.
Pniveraii bssk? Il a)
tested th. Cresrmi Uhl? ti i i
ore ol
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PUTT AND STOL WIN ABROAD
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Prentiss and Sanger Win in Long
Three-Set Matches.
Follower* of iquosh ware treat4sd
j thrilling ? ?i hi which ?V. R
i gang? r and Johi ,; ""'
f the P eton Club,
Qramerey I in went the Hi
? s.nc.i r. ?"" ?
Huf. srd* ' ? !" dispose of ih?
Colural . ' I ' '?"' ''h.iin;iio:i. H I '
FJulkl*]. the a I '. I '- ; ;l!"'
? - |a ? . t on m rat? b, snd
.-! led througboul the 11 I
Meanwhile ?S?nger h?-i developed hit
?hoti and hit consistently to the back wal
Th?-- Columbiu playei a a ? bathed by ti ?
?IL snd hi- i o.
.,, ,.,|, d wl -1 ?? In making
! sensai loi i ?.? . made It posslbls I
| I in nu pi | ?n.
in th?- "tin-: contest Prentiss, wl
'the long mark of mlnui 10 sees and . oi :.
[count, a ?? bod '?? bis limit before he de?
feated H. Morgan, bis clubmate, bj ancore
t or " i ,. i :. 'i, ; Two ol h? i i i
players were wlnaersi aa D. P. btarr
n .m. - -i ... the fourth round, the mu- be?
fore the > -mi-*inaU. along u it h !':
and i m Blsgden < um< to ihr
T". I ? ??? : " i .iini:.ii|- w .'.'? ..I'
.?:?.:??'- ? ?? ? ?? . ' . ? :
n whlcl he ?mpetei lie pone
? - i by j'lu: ug round thi i
m Morgan, and the latter, arltl
?kill, got Hi? hall prettll) and 1
t.ii ougn i Ti ntlas th?>i : hla game
H? brought Hi?* ont strokes Into tctlon
ti .i !??? cati
halt to hang along th gidi i
n ore pan to lis lie
v.-.es often sa im in- hb racquc
?
; ?; nt Ish u n- k<
ihoi so . lei ei I) that when hh
.. minus 7 he made ?? ? 1? an ru* o? i
which furnish i th? mosi stirring period of
i? ?? i: atch.
The tactical -'kill of Prentlsa a
thlni s? t. H. out of
i ?..i-inon *?. thai he might smash with cer
from the i sntre of the i ourt Mor?
gan tried some smashing hlnis? If. hu?
i ,,ii;. ,i foi pi ?ltlon bungl? 'I his i hnta In the
advantag? of his opponent, Al sil tage i
Prentiss playead Ma i?.?- shots prettily and]
to keep h
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I the Princeton i
and t ? '-? ? er-i :! profc ilonal,
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- Harvard in i ut Kl ??res . ?.uni ?
II Mori in, Harvard plus 4 a ;
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YALE ATHLETE GETS JOB
BcMOOm Johnson To Bo Secretary
to Recreation Commission.
\i ;? meetli g of lh< 11 ?? ??'! ni ion comml -?
?ion ?? ' ? s a - di ? ?'. 'i i" :
?m advlstorj commlttc? for such worl
t hi con ilselon i nted to su|
and eontr I, an i Di Luthi I ?
v. ,i.? named as chair?
Ha? om Johi ' ?
Mr. John
niee! from i"ah in IsW, being a member ol
track tram, ii< represented the ?
I States In the Ol] ; r ? la n sa at Pai Is, and
! f...- m i imbef o aas director ol
? athletii ? at Pi tins) Irania ? lian
I i i vl: g ' hat g< ol '11
; n ? '-!.'?? iround
i. ilod hi attende?! i. ? i ?-? B? I
! i r.t i en ol I'.-iii. -
| ni Hiluat? 'i .i nil v it to i he .
eld a L'nlte ?I
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- .-.t \\ asblngtoi or of
ools
? The reereatlon com?
tlfy Moroni :' ? thai |
.-... .i he Ii ? posit I "? i-'
? - .;>. mi .. in it I
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'YALE TO MEET ST. PAUL'S
Hockey Season Opens To-night!
at St. Nicholai Kink.
lockey i een awa
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struggle The Ts
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reput? iriell
?ih h handlli
" i ? .'"?? -i" ed ? :.? ihre,
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from --i lad of over 1
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^ id?. Han-ant si 't Prim ? toi
bave m
the ? olors "i l'aie i .
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TALK 0? AN "OUTLAW" LEAGUE
tVaahington, I
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a neu
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UUlla .< ' I ,.),..i I. .ei ?? M Ide-ll ?
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BOUT ENDS IN THIBD l'OUND
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rVOOO WIN8 BILLIA'-HJ PfUJF.
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TO PLAY IN ALL LANDS
|0. R. Gardner Will Make a Lawn
Tennis Tour of the World.
Carito R. ?3s ' California laura
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lea?
la?.n i ? '';!ri*- "'' ,!"'
Honolulu. u,<
I playing at 11 ?nolnlu he will go
? part In I
pf<
., ,..? . -.-. thon .ni" spectators
Manila I ? rlean, " ' " Wi"
; -. ted ?? the : \ division In
! rankli of his defeata of Chui-ch,
? ?'" ch ... Ii an. Joh iso and Gi -
. Then ha wM
and fourni y on lo Eut ?." bj was of I
Oardi ? '?-? In th?
F.uropean I si il the Medlt? r
arriving In Bnglai
: m f?.r the All-England cliamplonehip*i
i i in .1 me, ?<; Wimbledon. London, hi^
. the ..!??? ? ? stem i' - one ever ma I?
.... ? ? ? layer
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JOHN M. WARD PRESIDENT
New Owners of Boston Basebali
Club Take Over Stock.
Boston. !'??'? Ii Tl Bo t? S
? -. ?a--? (J .. Il IS]
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the well kn i n S? a
i-..; .1, n M. IVai ?h
pi tin of t ?' Ses fort Ol ata and
, -i prominent
will direct It? afl adaavoi to '
: ? ti im fini b .Ihl
i foi
eral y?
The r- organisation waa ffacted 1 iroug
. , Meaara and Ward
of ti,- stock of tl ? late "tVUliara H?,
?;i. and al Hie annual n.Un?
?
n tras
,, talned the ?enrices ol Petar :
Kelly, who ha? a? ??-?i aa secretary and
clerk, - th? neu board of directors m-'
, ,i t i Uni - offlcei and Todd Ruas II,
. j the i??. praaldenL and frei J
Murphy, of thli il
. lenl v. ., d ?aid af ei I n n aeting
thai mi ? f'"ri ? ould i ?? made al on? ?? to
? ??uf larger grounds but that there would
? . hang? i la th? dut*?, aa ht bell? ' ? '
thai it <??.? not lacking in ?-'""?i material.
i.,un v ill wo South early In the j
bul i : ?? training -???.-? on a II I
-in., i.
WENDELL MAY BE CAPTAIN
Appears to Have Call as Leader
of the Harvard Eleven.
Ti. Ti n><,
i :,., ig Captain I
ert Fieher of tha 1911 Harvard football
team n i ; t ? all the 'varsity mi n tog? I
? , ?.- f?,r the el? i tlon ol n? si ason'
' -in'alii. ? ?f ill-- 'out!?. n -.-? It 11 il :
? v ? ptnlth : away an i i.??-?;. I
? -, i? I an operation for a| pe idloltl
preferen? ? of botl ? men f"?- cap?
? will r o l ?
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The* ? ?? Pen j W mdell, who !
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; alton a ii" ha i
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nd a h" also I .i, ard'i Ih--?i
punt? i . Harri G? bstl its 'varalty I
tiuarterback i""i tu ears, nh,, played In
, le u.iri? s. and D C
mentar, who played centra la the Tala j
? Mil f.,M
w ? ndell app? an to havi l n? all Coi li a
captaincy, but th.ntesl la liksl) to I
? ale? ti??n. however, th? i ot<
f..i captain la always made unanlmou?
Ther? waa ? me? ting f lbe ?...? . athletl?
advlaory committee laal night, and II waa
decided thai no itvlooi track game? sill l"
held thl ? s Int? r In Boston l hen will b?
? ga. but laal ? ar's ntnn In
hall m Boato?! was :i"? ??,.,, .^f,,| ;
;,i- in? lally, and so ?ill? * rai ? - -
?.?. m i.. i,, board ?? t Cam-1
bring. Hei ? waj .. ? m a ?luin
ii..i ? .i thai ,i i i".. ?
ll . - ' ,: I ,. i
l Val? il ? ? ? min? Boal n ai
\-->? latlun ? et. rather than
i ; I nee ton in? lu 1? d
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n Iddli . ? tne i.
GOLF HOLDS AT BALTUSRQ!.
Much Interest in Competitions
Arranged for the Winto.*.
In ihi i o? i m i .-: : the nrint. i
gramm? al the Baltuarol Golf ?
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bile H. f. ? irnwall def?. ted r. ;:.
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: -? t com? litl -t. foi ? trctlc Cup, :
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W Callan (?3 ,. ,- .,,,,..,,
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all? f. : . h gli roun I
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van, Callan and v. B. Byron are i
h ,?::?? eai h.
AUTO NEWS OF THE DAY
'??'.-? : to Get Their
License to Drive in Jersey.
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A?HLETfCS ? COLUMBIA
?\lo Work for Oarsmen During tho
Christmas Holkiays.
MEDICAL DIRECTOR TALKS
??xplains Necessity of Conrtuctinp;
an Examination of Hearts
of the Athletes.
Pi ,!? i,.- i time' in several years there
II !.. i... '\i.rk ror the Columbia crewa
during ih-' Christmai holM Hag ,0
f..,. ;,- g t that '?m Wee, tn?
madi lo th? oarsmen
:.. . does mit think that t?..- mea have had
;.... mack practice this full, but ths fact
H ,i -i,,. ro rii ?? ? . has t" be closed for
rations sa tin I foi ? the hard work
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I be oach t< ? shop foi the nexl
two wi >ks Th< ill for candi
v in be i.i< on Jai uai i I, md on tl at I
Ii .) or practice will begin, with no
;? i until it Is tim. to change to the riv.-r,
Mil" in March
i "trim; the holidaj
. - which i:i hai had built by (
;.- ,i >;.i ,n it ? i, .M. aaitl i ? in? !
stalled In the rowing r? ?m. Th? : i * ma?
i him a an of Improved d ?- Ign ai
l ted by Rice personally. With thi a? -?
? qulpment In pis ? tl.eh '?' i!1 '1,,VP
.,;n -m.., ;.' once, as
or sixteen h* te?
nu it with the 1
?dations he s 111 have m
..,,:* ut his command, for one of I
t ? i omplslnta that ' red hin? !" ]
be past has one tlraa ;
only enough ? to ?'r~
odati taro seta <<t oarsmen, making u ;
: for many men v ho w? re unable '
to row ;it other teas convenient tlraea to get
ICH' I'riie-ller lit all
'j'tn- i raw cat ?'
? 'olumbia n bo s 111 have a
the holidays. Ho'h the
basketball and hockey squads are hi fat s
double portion of practice every da*. .in?i j
ih? santa Is tru? of the candidates for the
swimming water polo, fencing ?tad
taams. Tha bochey teaan Is to ptay
- lee of practice matches vsith local
i during thi re? ? ?
in. George U Meylan, thi medical di?
rector of ih<- ?'"iimiiiiu University gym?
i : slum, replied yeatarday u> s "harne- niade
In "rii.- I'cdumhi.i ?pectator'' that the itu-|
'?.lit did not co-operate with the facutt] In
th?- enforcement of the rarious rsfmlations
with . ? i allglblllty on the atuietir
team eclall) that necessitaUag an ex
smlnatlon .? the heart ??:' s proe?p?BCtive
member ol a team before ha Is permitted
? in ;i conte i i?r. Meylan m
his replj says that the fault is entirely with
m. students, and thai the disqualification I
a .-:i athlete bscaoaa ??' ?.active heart
i he ? ?? ? ".' a ? ont? at is 1 he fault of the
i er ot ? mi; that \< *? .<
sttc mi ? o at an earlier time.
.Mr. .".i ter in which I ? gives tin- i
i. a on? foi tir.' necessity "f conducting an
examination <?f the heart Is .is follows:
'i'ii discovery of a ..cue h. i apt i i
manager on th? day of aa athletic contest
th. i a m- u '?? . o the team I neilglh
cause -.i e d.i. tl..- i earl Is c >rl ilnly 'ii*
?r ? -si?-*. The remed) l- ter) simple. 1.? ? ?
:rii. captain "i manager ?< ?? that nil ?
candidat? a for hi - i'-am hai a theli
examined during the Irru? a ? i k ol training,
many we eke h foi.- the
in .? contest. The whole difficult) Is that
capte ms and managet t n? -
important <i? ?t\- until s cm' nr .\\n b fote
t! ?? fi?-s? contest, snd then discover that mi
or more nun ere Ineligible, either b
?-. hols rshlp ' i some phi sic u? de - ;
feet. A recent occurrence affords ;i good ,
!" : (ration of this point. A team which
id been In training over t\\-< months wai
unable t.. pis] the tlrsl .leal on Its
? ?".- members of the
t. am had '?iii.-?i t?. i ??? en< themsei.
a heart examination. <m ti." da? of tbe
n, ij ? e..:i. -i i he medical dli toi renialneil
office, tv.o hoi - gftei hla n
??nice horns to examine men whom th
manager was trying to get together. The
... to gel hold o? the captain
and two other playr*. with the resuli that
thr team I ad to ?jlva up tl
.
m..riant r<
? h- . and Ida t e a for athletic teams should
submit themselves to s medical examina
ing upon '.
11 ? danger ,,f having
den I Injure ids health aerioualy i?v
thletii training a hen his heart,
lungs or I ' ? hope
. utur? all roacbes, captains and
muni gei - will -?" t>. ii that i - i ' randl
dati i' i'" t for a phj Bical i - tlon >lur- i
g the I i w< eh of tn Inlng
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HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY DATES
Six Teams Entered for Title in
League Matches.
g sntei ed ti
H :.i Hock i \ i league champion
cording to the schedule, whteh was
? ? ns " III en
gag ? ? iui d i bin : Ties of Bve games,
ol "? hich are le take putee at
Iti'ii- ' ?UtdOOr finks will
ible
Thi ti have entert d are: The
li.ill. I <e \\ |t| i ' , ta
? liieh School, Mai hattan,
si d the Bo ' Manual ] .
' S? ool and I :; smua Hall High
I
Tl e opening rill ta nla; ???' bi tween
; ?? on . ' ! Boj ? 11 Id
x- h il is Kink.
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REAR A COMMF.?CE CAPTAIN,
if the 1 i of Com? ?
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fall Arthur L). |
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he horn i lie ia
.??st high
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a m k lust
rllltu.nl snd ? ,ii,i,
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FOR 1412 ? " '?
KUlIh.D BV J. I?,. SULLIVAN
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Price 25 cents.
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O? ffkurt i^atziyrta?^c.
HOLDS LAW BEFORE TREATY
?Surrogate Rules Spanish Consul
Must File Bond.
Mora IntsrnaUonal eompUcatlons greeting
out of the dlffereai reai of ? tr? sty
?',-. threatened by a decialou which Burro
gate Fowler gave ysstsrday, which said I
thai the Spanish Consul Qensral oonld not
tak? out letti n "f admlnlatration ta I ?
i , ? ... .1, of his countrym.n without :
filing ;? bond, as all administrators do
i tlon Is thai ol load
: The hurrogata s u?! :
? Th Had for left? i - of
admlnlatration and thus rabnitted I
I ? th.iirt, he la r?"i lirr-.i t.. give the :
bond. There i? nothing in any of the
.?< visions of th? in ai I betwi en Bp ?
this country that ?? ?? ? from this
IremeaL"
Peres aras a young Bpaniard who waa
killed at th?* Hotel Martinique la il
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1500.000 FOR CHRISTMAS
Harvester Company to Divide Profits
with Its Employes.
B ? T? I? a'TsP1 '" "" ' '?" ?
Chicago, ?Dec. 10.?a fal stocking la t<">,
bang in the paymaater*! office ??f the- In? I
ternaUooal ?Harveeter Company tins
? hristmas iaaa< a, Al an executive ???n
ferencs ofBcors t??-d.iy voted ?in appro?
priation of BSOOfiOO tor Chrtotmas dig
tribution among 2,000 employes of th??
company. Th? officers proclaimed that
the gifl "la in no eenee a Cnrlstmas
present?merely a sharing of the year's
profita of the organisation ainoag worthy
workers, embracing all department.?,
ftrom 'I?" men w?rking in the ahops t?>
managers "
The rom to be presentad la a tix?*?! per
centage of the net earnlnga of th?> Hnr
vester company, and is close to the
amount given in 1010.
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TWO THOUSAND DOCTORS ANGRY
Hot/t to Protest Against the Lloyd
George Insurance Scheme.
don, Pe? II \ mass m? sting ?
thousand doctors from sll parts of tiv
United Kingdom was ' eld In Quean's HaH
'ternoon to proteal against the m
? ated by . ?.? vi,' i.i >\ ?
? -. Chancellor ?,f the
William Watson Cheyne professor at i
Klng*a college, f/?ndon, presided, .?n<i ..,
score <?f titled physicians occupied the |.!a,
form.
si, Victo* Roreley, memh o the coun?
cil ??' the British Medical I
-i by the do? t??i s a ?ti. aacrlilch
eats ol ti?? tnembera of the profes?
sh?n t-> the blandishment? <>f Mr. Lloyd
?;? ,?r: ? tndly hissed He tried I i
riefend the action of th? co ni ' of th*
British Medical Association In promirini'
Mi Lloyd < ;?-"t -j? til? i th? ?ir, tora
i Kingdom would do their share tow
aw! the .-n? cea* ?.?" his meaaure, wh?
he araa denounce i aa ;? traitor.
Tha meeting p olutlon t,, boy-1
? "ii vigoro i.-K Mr, Lio; ?i ? h<*me
and nol to tr? ai th. nder It? it?
visiona until the demand ol the medlral I
pnifctwl ranted. That*? wer? o
?l\ disc tlenl
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STREET NAMES MAY STAND
Brooklyn Protests Stop Action in thei
Board of Aldermen.
B suss of ii--- storm of protests from
Brooklyn residents ovei th? r port of the
commltl.f m, Board of I d? rtn? a m i*a
i" r. naming ? 11 tain real - la that
borough oo as i" '!?? awa* with duplication
and eonfuelon, the matter waa not taken
up .i- the i ? th? bo ird yesterday
The ? "tiiinitt.-.. will ||Khi and
may a? I rote on the report n??x(
.?.it it la more than llkHy thai th?
? ? question aill h" |i ? -, th?
ng hoard
?? ?? .
NEW HOME FOR AUTO COMPANY.
The American-Marion Balea Company,
metro] ? rtri butera ol ? ?
Marion cara, aill open Its new aalcarooma -
i **?o I8M Broadway, (??-day.
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DE WITT CLINTON GAMES.
The Tennyson Chap! r athletes won the
junior championship ?>f th? De W?ti Clin?
on High 8? '.,",.1 in th.- (jnal me? t, held
daj. The* accumul?t? ?I .
Buchannon Chai d one
>t? r eras th -1
Tl riotore were 11. Heckowits, ?,f Tenny?
son, in tii? flfty-flve-yard dash; C. Herzog, '
Buchannon, In ? h.- IlO-j ird daah: F.
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. 'bapter. in the MO-yard ay, 10)
!.. is; P? i i \ . haptei. :n tha ???>
yard relay, unlimited weight; J, Teany, ?>i
Buchannon, ? Ith I feel 10 In des, In tha !
running high lump, ?i?,?i '" ttlrarh of
?| ? i n\ non, with *< feel i><\ inches, in i?v *
?landing broad |um|
AUTOMOBILES.
T. W.LAWSON WITNESS HERE
Testifies in Suit of A. C. Beatty
Against Guggenheims.
Thotnaa W. ?Lawson, He Bastan ?tevk.
ttor iii'i author of "FianaJed Flnanm,"
[graced the ?Supreme Court wttt hi? pr?v.
Ience yeaterda h>- was a witness in the
su.i brought A C HaSttP to recover
about ?>'."?> in ?a?h and "-hares fre^m tha
nhelm Exploration Ciwnpamr,
?., att] saya i?? ari.i Oacai h. Perry di?.
,.. . red tho Alaska Koid Belds, now op
by the Yukon Consolidated <*?)id
Fields ' mm,in.>. and turn-.1 OVOT TaluSSSS
options to the Guggenheim syndicate, but
hi did not '-?t the money in?! ? o *
that were p4romh*ed ho him. l?vsnun i ;
Daniel Outrgenhein ratalned Mm bo "??.". t
cl of ths Vnkon rompatiy. and that
ii.- t"iei Guggenheim ha would not meier
t.;k ? the work until he knew what brtefeag
Beatty and I'.rry had in the pronem.
This wa.- necessary, ?add Law^n. so tha?
bs would not meet strange sto?~k wvr> aa
aras ranking u market for the stuursa, Law?
s .n t- i thai was bothatsd about
i h Beatty tatereal bat tnnt he
found ?nit from ?'iiisR.-nheim What this in
? was, beyond the ract H.&t it vu??
considerable. Ask.>d srhy he bsttstad Beat
t>- would be more likely t-> interfere -wi-h
him than any ons else, LswsSfl Said:
"In my opinion, ?Beatty la an independent
sort of chap, that la likely to sell what ha
oarns?stocks, I Onda or mining properties?
! whenever he aces fit."
"Irrr-sp.-nhe of the d<--*lres or inter**??.?,
of Ids associ?tes?" asked counsel.
"Ob, no. Ii Beatty had teen a r?ar-. -o
agreement between Dantei Ouce-.n
helm and myself, I would have been thor?
; ougbly satisfied."
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! FINDS ETHAN ALLEN'S SECRET
Hidden Passage to Crown Point Un?
earthed by Howland Pell.
Tha Society ?ef Cetontal Wats held its
?twentieth K'-iiTal miirt last BlgBS at Del
I BAOnlco's, followed bv the annual election
of officers. It was ui.?o the gsasdvaraary of
the Qreat Bwamp Fight, which booh
,?:: r> cember lit i6T*>.
Tha feature of the evening vsas fur
i ,. if- .".?.end i',-i.. wi:? baa <
.of tha In bist i?> h?- etrected ?it Crowa Putat
i hy Hi.- asa I ?? t reportln
, progresa at ?' ? work, which is to be eaaa
i plated by nsaat spring, Mr. Pall told the
. I'niiiiiiitti'." ne- was ,'. rt.uii he Alocovered
i the iin'iergrminei passage hsnoath the tort
[used by Colonel Bthaa Allen when be .-.,j,t
lured Um stronghold, Mr. ?Pell said he aril
pUt a force of null to W??llv es .-o.ii ts
eondlUona permit, with the hope af .
| naily discovering the entire length of th?
! sacral pasa gi
Colonel William Cury Banger
chairman at the meriting and was r -
elected governor of tha society. Others
elected last night wars William Whip
l.add. deputy governor, and Henry S, Baa
ford, Amory H Carhart and 1? Witt i Un?
ion Palla, lieutenant
s? Cretan : ICdsrard < !. i ?el
deputy seaietai>; Claranca Storm, ti
HI ST, <' Dd i ?da :,id N I '? ?? ? ' r,ir
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SCOTCH STAGE FOLK COMF
Get Tasto of Rough Weather at Sea -
Potatoes Arrive, Too.
: i.- ? i . un? to t.. ' ?
;. rdaj It i "i. ri '
there s ??? : or linar ? ' tlifoml ?.
which brought
to? a, and ? wa - th? lllnne?
(antic Transport
with '? dog? ? B? tel actor laddie ltd
board, com?
Yank. ? 1 ?Scotch |
?J . | alclntyn h ad? d the -' >
company. Prom h.-r storj it ai
the ktinnewaska ran Into the I
' ? .'., a 111? i a I icli ti.
aboard th? Frene h liner ?:
Mond ?>', look like a gravi
I --r own china closet
, onsen ?
calmly . hunk on?
au wa\. .
. , noUl ' ? SI -i ?' pOt
made hat think I i I the ? ad ol
had ' on?-? Sot '
board in i
The ?'air
lust mal i xample of ti ?
m-hlc i hai ? ?- ? n
the '?'"-!
? , goy
ernmi i - ,m,p
;.I.
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FIRST SNOW IN TWO YEARS.
? ?klahomii City, Okla.. De aas
- 11 ta
heat y enough t<
AUTOMOBILES.
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luit r:. tin Width ..
Mart',-: VIH
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%i,2?o c> $4*500 I foc
American'Marion
Saies Co.
M rRjVPOUTAtfl DISTHrBUTOT(S
Of
AMERICAN and MARION CAU?
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