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Wins 'Cross-Country Titie Over
Stiff Course for Second
Year in a Rovv.
KEOUGH SHOWS THE WAY
y Mos1 .of the Pace and
Lasta Long Enough to St.;1..
Off Deiperat* Bpriot
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CROSS-COUNTRY PACK OF HIGH SCHOOL BOYS RACIXG THROC'Gir VAN CORTLAXDT
Winner of the run.
Lead Evening High School
TeamsOver Hiii and Dale.
TAUB FIRST TO FINISH
Former Member of Pastime
Athletic Club Captures an
At! UlRh i
nual ? '" "f
.. tbe start,
i thasa lour
fl it kept Will
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QUAKERS RUN UP SCORE
Vanquish New York in Intercity
VICTORY IN FIRST HALF
Kick Five Goals in Opening
Period to Single Tally by
Net 'i ? ? ? ?
of Philadelphla. Th* bome t<am, _,rt.-r
II all their owr. way In t '
?: . no !? then flvt |
rtei t'a oi up with a
? --mltteil to aeora aealn untll
? naU tally was record.
w fiariand. of t?.e Ctoaoanl '!
rlag el eeatra far
?? m, opened tha
?corlna eoon after th< utart W
of tl ef Fannej tnia aojtaal*
lzen: the aeore for PhOadelphia *r"i Q r
tomle*/, of th<- Bohaonl Crtchdt Cltih,
? ? yid- ln the 1.1 .nn*; the
ojt f <-:'
P .i. the ner.
? ?? a Kood account or
j thetnaelvee Neer ' ? ' tha Baaaa
.j Wtlah, of th?- Bea onbroret fleld Club,
I | |..ii the Phltadelphla r
ork*a si-coiiii foal of the penv.
p foUoe -
v i 'erh .-?
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.... a h._,l,r0.*i.
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WINS GAME IN FIRST HALF
;Staten Island Soccer Team
Easily Beats Perth Amboy.
I Another footbel l< lt raa reppeoantlnB tha
ii KBaiad Tennla and CMoket Clah.
I defeated Pertb Anabo. by a acore ol 4
? to i <>n th<- Bltronda Of tha former
at Uelngataa. Btaatee Uaad, >est-r
i.-, aftemoon. Tha beaaa team Boered
tralgM tn the flrct half
The llne-up follows.
l-./inu (81 I'oaltlon. Perth AmM; ili
Rcxa.Q ? . nincW
liu .B n . n<>t?-rt?
ta }' *. l-vl.ir
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( I! i'minn.li
I- '' .A An-!r?w?
" ''? . Dr?l.>i.
. ' 1'. IMiar
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Williams j '? ?? R?wl*>
.. ,. nt mV Uasaanaa J-jn-non
,-.? lalanil. Hral.yi. PertB Am
,aa Peatr-eve ?taaatae
H i Baraaajes Heaa larti 8>entag Hl*. ia M
y i taoni Evenh m 1i- I* . a
i rlednan Hsrlem j irenlng Hl*b. ?|87
H Mili-r New Uoti E inln? Minii ... 18.1J
ndof, Btujerseant EvenlDg Trade 18 ?
i Masner Htuy*eesnt Bvenlaa rrade. 18:11
rrat.k Btuyveewl r*sailna Trjde
t.0,.kj N.wL t. Ev^rntntHiBh lft?
ln n-w l.,t? Evtnlne Hicti 18 .
luyvaaauil Evealaa Htah. mM
Harlem Evenlna M.sh l,i.fll?Zm
|N>? V.??, Evealin HIB* ,!B2ai?"tS
\>n u????? Kvanlna HW. ja..i-HSf -??
Sale of Phillies "On Agin,
Off Agin, Goiri Agin"?Fogel
Former Bo__ of the Club In
sists Stock Will Be Offered
at Public Subscription.
r. I icr.ph to Th. Trlt.une 1
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i.uii eluh had beei I i
h.iid it we- m j..^' '? -kina l
vnerahlp, '""' ? l
a miiiion dollara," wat- |
, ? . v i . ?" la ??!<? 11.
.,..:??? lt was h.i i. 1 thal
a ? ' .ned as man?
a D fflba*, win- BHooeedad Moraoa
?.t of tt.e Phllilea, waa
i gad araal ? i ha Iraea
rnmor tl ' CelOOBl
Blveraon Fredoricai T. c-nnn-iier
tnd Ibe Vares hn.l fotBbed B ???np.iv, b>
t. iy ti. baa ' aad thal tl ?
.. -, n_ i ?.inpl.ited a Moek siib.-crli tlon
Tea, i have heard ef thal I bettava
aach a plan la et
YALE ENDS SOCCER YEAR
Beats Castle Gould Team by
Two Spectacular Goals.
_\>w t ?? I Ie aoeeer
team. ehanptoai of hurt reai - ios..i it^
? .-.!.. r a Ith a l-ta-1 elo
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\ _ia baa woi l I ?? ? ? gaaaaa II la
y.,i, - m aach hab Th< i.r ?:
K,,.4i waa peealtar Chamherlqln, ?
Boraer abot, but it i arronx <i oS
, q oppoaanl aad tbenca off three more ol
the oppohing team before u Raally wenl
.... ?... , tha ? ? nd goal
i\ Bmltl of ial( ln the awoad half ???
Blmoal aa apectaculai
iioili t.an.h arere wenk ln team work.
i, .? ae?i rai < llllanl blta of Indlvld lal
i .ited Th- fullbacka of the
Oould te m wen tara I aie waa
defenalveu. princlpally becauae oi bohm
. . blocking bj Btoek wh... al?
though 111 w;tii a amaahed rlh ptay<
t .. llne-up foltowa
i. ' . apeed
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_-_- I i .. Puati
B Chaniberialn C f .^ riKhl
I- I . Bhepard
S Pniltl. ?? ' . ****
fola, Chflaabi rlala, BnUtb neferee
iire<T Neu Havei. Uneamew o'finiiivan.
?,;,,. lenee, .Nf,w Vr"k Time of lialvef. -
TO HOLD BILLIARD TOURNEY.
l-ght comietltors will beglB I'la\ to
woriow in tbe annual Claaa a three
rmahion billiard UHnrnaraenl al Maarlaa
i-aiy's aeadenii P laar playa aa tba
Bcralch auun atarealnto.wbDe tbee-baro,
Mamea. COpOi I'ohn. Abhott. Hueston,
Bttllnger and TbOtOaa, each play atrlnga
,,i ir. Botata Pilaaa wiii ba awarded la
tbeaa arba haloh arot Baooad an.i tbhrd
and fOI tln hlgh run.
| GOOD PRAOTIOE FOR CAMERONS
At ViinCorllaadtParh yaalerda) aftot
?aaa iba Gnnaereaa* aoeeer alevaB had
go.,d | r.hminarv praathM for thair cham?
plon- hip game wttt the crltcbleya ut
Hawthoii.e 1'ield, ln Brooklyn. thia after?
noon. i.v defeating the team of Ibe ab-.im
ahlp Vest'ras bv the BOOrO of 4 goals to S.
I ;, to flve mlnutas of the end the vis?
ltors held their own. but Bl that stago
the corner. eentred by Smith. yielded the
Oeaaeaaaa the Briaaaag goai. tnanka to
_ood head work on the part of 8. Bell.
anthorlty aald that If C
\ ar* et al. hmi t.ought th* I'h:l
:. i noi thtnb tn-rc arotal i ba
pubiio eul a< - ;.tion I'.iK?i. however, s.-iid
ara atil) natat arllh our
of the dah,
? i. arorked
out. at to an
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. purchaae Ftnck The nd
aaarta .ir* i ?, reperi .1 one
will he ln the n- oa Mon.lav.
v. ,? ? \\ ? sted to have thinaa
to mai.. rnent U>-dB
? . vorb
Ing out df thi
Belfoar :? f-rt
\i- BaUfour, althoopti aoana
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? lir. B '
und trl'-il to p?t ii. l"!' "
w, aahh-Bten, Dec 7 - Q ta* r 01
1 vanla. at the Governors' confer
,.;- waa ' ? interett In thi f
delphla NettonaU Laaa
?i baarea'l baaashl aa nttan M tn the
. mi 1 deaa't Inteaad to." area I
Mpiy to u. faaatlea
TITLE TO ST. PETER'S TEAM
Defeats Dickinson Eleven for
H 1 cier'M Prepareton Behool, of jer
aei Cttjr, captarej tha Itjr footbaUl eheat
pionship when it defeated the Dteklaaaa
-? hioi al v\>at lide Part 1 aetar
? l.r. The e-enre W8I ? tO I
Tha oasateet ensa poetpoaaed from Tbenbe
Blvtaa Dai Bl !'? ter'a << itptoyed Ma
N rtea th<
illbeeb. talUad three of the touch
iiowtiH, while Jack Kedtttaeae leored tha
otber oa n fbrward p.iai.
The llne-uji follows:
|\ |..r'a ?"--. Pe-ltlnn _M Vr ?
j ll Oujneses. Ll . Cbnnolly
.I. . T. lt- n.1-1
>|.' -Jirthv . t. c. . avelta
. rt .. . :-. atorchlo
Huni[ilirle? . It. T . Redllctl
1 ? ? .R. l: . . Ai,.l<-rain
Doherl Q B . "'>'.>? le
V iP Galnneaa u B. B. .... Purka
Ifirk* tt It I! Bahss
Touehdowas S'ortoa fj>, J KeOulaneee,
Oeali frmii toin-iiilownft- J IfcOulnaeei ,__,
HubltllU ? l.^hrd fni
' ?rnu.1 fui .r McOullUMM, Iliirk.' for
Rom fur ilurk* Time fjiml-SB of
lo mlautee ? 1 1
CRESCENT ELEVEN BEATEN
Taken Into Camp by Benson
hurst Soccer Team.
Th> rreseent Athletic <"luh Boeoer t*om
araM t.-k*n Into camp by the Heriaonhurst
Pleld I'l'ib by 4 goal? to I at Hty Rldge
yesterday. The teums divided the honors
ln the opening half
Mall, at inslde left, scored flrst for Ben
sonhiirst from a paes by llaydock. Before
the eloae of the half ' Hars" Kennedy
aojnaHaad Ibr the Craaoeata troan a ecrim
mag* before BaaaaahatatTa BaaL
In the second half IfeoPbea had a
chnnee .it 11 paastfty kick end was wa*>
oaattfttl With a long; shot from tha mi-l
dl* of the fleld J. 0 I* Humphreys, the
<"r**cent'.u centre halfhack. again t|.>d the
Bcore Pteai a pass from the rlght wlng
Haydock once more placed Bonsonhurst
ln the lead, and the vlctory waa finally
c llnched bv Hall, who shot the last ?ual
of tha game
TALENT FOR CLUB8.
A list of High claaa aingare and ac
compsnists will be found on the Musi?
eal paga of thia issua.?Advt.
Captures Mile Championship in
Great Race at Garden.
JOE FOGLER RUNNER-UP
Gordon Walker, Australian Rid
er, Oompletely Outgeneralled
by Wily Opponents.
Frank L. Kramer. the V?w Jersey pro
fes-lonal 'cycllat. whose wonderful legs
have hrought him the Amerlcan national
champlonahip for twelve years and
enabled him to add the crown of world's
outdoor rhampion laat aummer. displayeH
his versatlllty to a marked degree laat
nlght by winnlng tho one-mlle Indoor
world's champlonship at the sprint meet
fn Miidlson Square Garden H% gatneo
thls new honor in the final heat, when
he defeated Joe Fogler. of Hrooklyn. who
eame ln second, and Gordon Walker, ot
Austrnlla. who finlshed thlrd.
Th.se three men. Xramer. Fogler and
Walker Mme throjgh to last nlght's tlti-l
Hlmlnatlon procesa of trlal and s*ml-hnal
heats of Frlday night. In the tinal.
ramer not only displayed the most speed.
bal he also showed the better _?
ship. He completely outguess.-.l Walker,
after the Australian had aet the pacc for
six lap?. Cnaware of lmpending trouble.
Walker waa ridmg in th- ceBtl.
track, coming otr the hfadiaoa aveaue
turn into th.- I ifk Btretcb, BBd WM
gazlr.g up thl traek, when Kramer BbOt
oa the i went into th*' land,
taklng Kogler. who was tralling him, Into
This pul Walker thlrd, and though he
, ?? ard ba eoul I i "r betf. r bla peet*.
tlon. Fogier was eontent to trall Kramer
all the wav through the laat four lape.
whlle Walker was waatlng his energv
trylng to regain the lead. Kramer almply
leefeed back bt the others. BBd .printed
j.ist enough to hold his ptaca, I
flashed over the tape he had half a
length 00 Pogler, WbO made a spurt ln
? !.. horae itreteti after treathej Walker
to a aever "switoh," whlch kllled what
reroalalai aa the latter had. The
r trlal beatfl of the one-m!!e ai
handii ap whlch opened the programme
developed aom? kei-n sprlnts, and the re
I are pretty much tO forni. Donaid
hTewark str'.pling who
bolda the erorleTa championshlp. aad bb?
versally a imltted to be the bt-at aaaUear
? of Karcaa Hortry, aaatiy
baat rlding from
rwad handlcap* all tr.e
way up to 1*) yarda, out had help ln
making np tbe *ft**1-*?-1 froBJ Oaa Wob>
raha, ef Jeraay City, off the hVyard mar_.
The men alternated in BOtttBg the pa.ee
ai i overhaaled the limit meo at balf a
mlle. Wohlrabe took MacDougall around
. I two laps from hOBBB and the
I Uampion bided hhl tltne. J.ist
ki. king li; ahaad a yard from Ibe
Uarry Kalaar, af The Hronx, New
^ ark*a baat amateur, who finlshed second
to MacDougall In the wi.rid'.- champlon?
ahip last August. stiowed to the front ln
his heat. whUe Franklln Flstiei. tbe BBB
?>? Wheebneafa crack, gaaMflod ir
d baat. ooaattag ln thlrd. laador
Taub was another Ootham'.t- to get
Bhlag thlrd ln the last heat.
n it eame to the flnal of the one
.: handlcap MacDougall found
I for him. and ftnished
_ foa 0aei aaialda the aa aae*.
Ilfitry Kalaer waa the wlnner. from the
40-yard mark. after rlding a heady race.
Hl gg idaa lf tn rbed Up through a broken
ilnngalde Harry Welaar, aixi
Prad Weber, two Newark boys. who bad
of Ua* yarda aaa b once he
'"them. t*- altacaatad m the paee
? am, gotng to tbe front oa
. mi | 11| blBI with _ margtn of tea
yarda Wefaer was second and Weber
thlrd MaeO mgall eleaai a Mi gap la tbe
, bal tbe paea of 1 mlnute H 3-6
?? u 100 much for him.
The Bt 1 amhla m trlals of the one-mlle
profeoalOBal ha*ttw>t>T a_W aeveral favor
Itaa oeeaa threaajh, and also aaa aaaaj
otbara fall aajraaaa, Oeerge Caav
aroa of Wew Vork. took Bdvaataga of
?t8 alb. ? ratdi ln the flrst heat
ead waa oovar beedaf
Then Jackle Clark, th- Utlle Au-trallan
r.ia.vel. caine all the way from aeratch
and won with fventy yarda to npare ln
The thlrd brought forth
i trom ?' '? Walbar,
.....n. who. with thirty
r.ve rarde atart, aaelly left bla aald _?
hlnd Plnally eame the one .lUappolnt
ti.e faaa, the dafaal of Wattar
Butt ihe great German nlx-day cyctlst.
. tron Beraaah m the aaal
,,0lt ||,. ro.le hlmself out trylng to over
ba .1 the long markmea, beaded by Jumho
pgaltar Mtttaa, Rutt got up
to them Bt three-quarter-- of a mlle, but
w..s aii la aad galt lllltan won the
1.. a Wltb WeUa aecond. while Jlmmy
Motaa, who helped Rutt In alternatlng
ln pa? e, laated long enough to get m
ln the one-mlle professlonal handlcap
i.i.n.i Thamat of baa fa*a___eea, waa
WHh farty raraa aliowanre. He *Aa_
ataaely foimwed by .ansba vveiis, of New
Zealaad, ahe aaaaa fast al the finish
BBd aaa OOlj ? halrt breadth behlnd.
Waltar ICttaaa, of Davenport. [ewa, Ba*
Igbad third from the one haairod yard
MANUAL TIES COMMERCE
By Defeating Morris Is on Equal
Footing for Championship,
Haaaal Tralatag High ?abeal Bad the
High gchoal of Commerce ln the Int- r
... aoeeer earlaa by gofaathei Mor?
ris Hlgh dchool at Van Cortland Park
score of 1 gaal to <V
Kelther team acored ln th4? flrat half,
but ahOUt the mlddle of the aecond half
Captala Tltus, Bi Inside right for Manual
Tralnlng. did the trlck from a pgga hy
Haron, the outside right.
on the loslng a'de ('ullen. the captain;
Golomb and Tln.ley were the star players.
The llne-up foilowa:
MaaaalT. (1) l'oaltion. Mnrrla Hlgh m,
Buertneyar . o. Paitaa
llardeeker (8rnlth). R. B. Kel.-b
i?hev .u B. Purcell
NVllllgao . R H. 8i*)iulniaa
rjaaiaa .c. H. satnr
Kl^rnan ._?? H. H.-heln
Harnn .O. R. S?lt?forniaaal'>
Tltua (captata) i. R. wiltaa
Hundarlln ._ *-?. Q4_and
De (iaudenzi.O. I. Tlnsley
itua Keferae? Mr. Oraene, Huah
?rteh HIbB ieheel Ltaaaaaen?Laea, Manual
Tralnlng. and Poaner, Morrla Hlgh g bOOl
Tlma of halv?s?Thirty nilnutea aach.
At Manor Fleld. New Brlghton. Btaten
Ialand. yesterday, the Rlchmond County
Fleld t'lub team defeated the Brooklyn
Central Young Men'a Chnatian Aasocla
tlon by 3 goala to 2. Rlchmond County
establlahed a good lead ln the flrst half,
at the end of whlch they had the advan
tage of 2 goala to 0 Tha t'entrats had
the hetter of lt ln the aecond perlod, but
could .tot ovcrcomo their opponenta' lead.
UM FOR TAME SESSON
Baseball Club O.vners May
Again Pick Lynch.
TO HEAR BRESNAHAN'S CASE
Navin and Jcnnings to Trade
Many Men at American
Although they have already bad ona
llttle sklrmish. the National l.eegue
oemera aaill gather at the W.tdorf on
T.iesday mr the maln eagagcmenf of the
wlnter arher they hold their annual meet?
ing. The POgel asaaa afforded an op
portunlty for a 11 tlie prellmlnary work
cut and the oratorlcal armament ia a'.l
furhlsh*d up for a strenuous camp-tign
The pleco de re-ustance of the meeting,
or that whlch I* alwaya conduclvje to the
i.e-r pyrotechnl- di.wplay. name'y, th*
?l?ctlon of offli rrs, may he a very tame
affair Most of the ownere have already
come out in favor of Lynch and anoth*r
terap for the klnt; of umplres ls almost
aeaured. Th* temperament of some of
the dietlaaatabed members of the organi
zatl.n le ao uncertain that the un?x
rected may happen. but lt scems haidiy
probable now that the opposition to
Lynch wjl! take concrete form.
P. W. Brown. of I/Ouisvllle. Ky . has
be-n gioomed ns a posslM* candidate, but
j hia nanii- bea he*n mention->d eeeb year
as Ljnaeh'a rival without bla gettlng a
majority ef tlij vote-. N.w Vork, Pltts~?
1'iirgh. Boaton end Chactaaaaai can ba de-J
pen<i*d upon te I allots for the \
present executive, while St. Loula ls
practlcally certaln. U'herw the Philadel?
phla, t'hi'HRo and Brooklyn votes go la
the least of i.vnch'a worrlea.
If Horaee Fogel attempta to force hls
way Into the m, eting hy means of ft
court order. ae he hau t:ireatened to do,
there may bc u lively little time of H-^H
Horaee has been disharred forever from
the c unclis of the league, and the own
ers are not In a mood to put up **lth
him any longer. lf he still retaina his
i:.ter**t in the Philadelphla club next
TaaadaP he will have to be represented
attorney in the meeting. '<*}
Hld t hat Kogcl will be torc*d t<i
sell out this ?i-fk unless he can fln?l
< t-i-it;.; to oay off certaln notes, held by
Cheflas 1' Taft. Many srh?mes haver ?
been suggeti-il and aeveral syndtcate*
Btausd readp to tak* the Phtllies off hle
hands. tiut nor.e wants to pay the exor
bitenl pclee arhteh he asks. or put their
money Into tho club aa long as Fogel ha*
anytlilng to do with it lf th* form-r head
of the FhllllOB ls inable to take up Taft'e
notes, th* > oli._ter.il in the form of stock
Phillles will revert te the Ctnctn
natl miilionaire to be dlspo-'d of to th*.
greatest advar.tage. Mr. Taft, it is
runored. has had enough of baseball and
will be wllling to sell at any price a?
long as he does not lncur a financlal
loae. New owr.'-r.1' of the club may ajH
pear at the meeiing of the league.
1 >n* cf the most important pieces of
buslneas whlch will come up for consid
BfaUoa is tho status of Rciger Hresnahan, .
tho depoeed manager of the St. Loule
Caidlaalft It Is undcrstond that Roger's
nii e. f.it COBtrnet aaltb the club had three
BB - to run when hls resignatlon was
I This contract. a.ccorda.g to re
alltd for a salary of Jlo.OOO a yea
and a peroentagc of the prufite of tn
tiub. The own?rs have offered to eettle
for a rldlculotusly small sum, which
ReflPfl- refuees to accept
Before ba takes the matt*r into the
courts bresi.ahar. ls anxlous to have t!.*
National League owners or the directors
; ita BB the .-.tse, ao that he <an tlnd ott
wnere hc- standa. Roger wants to hav*
tlie matter settled before he makes any
afflllationa for n>?xt eeason. There ar*
aeveral clubs whlch want hls s*rvlcea ae *
a cjtrher. amotig them being tho Pltts
l ..rfh J'lrat.s. Fr-d I Iftrib Is BOaalBg on '? '
io the meeting with the ?xpreas purpoae '*'
ef afaiali-l Breeesaha^ beii*ving that with"
tha i aratae ?;iaj.t bat-tai tne p.ate Pitts
l.uigh arill Le surv to win the pennant '
Thec* ls also u poealblllty : x
ihat 'lan ilerrmann may take BbBBM
baa to m.ir.ag-j the K.ds. | roIIded. Of '
course, that tlie Tlakof ueal does not go
ihing is llkely to be done about th*
BMUaeaaanent Of tho Keds when baseball' *
?aa liom far and near gather for tba
blg meeting. Plans for next season must p
ba ma i- bafa - kntg, and the Barvteoa of- I
au active manager will bo demanded be
foro the year ls out. Jo? Tlnker is evl- ?
detitly determlned not to play with tn-?
Oatba next aeason, and ?.'harlle Murphy
ought to be glad to take anythlng he can .
gtit for hls former shortstop, as ho ls..
KOing to lo?>e him. any way. Thla, hoar-.-r
tver, doee not seem to worry the presi . - ?
dent of the Chicago club. llu r*fused BB ,*
meet tho demands of Kltng wi?n the ?
eetebet was at the top of 1.1b form aud
let Johnny lay off a y-^ar before taklna f
him back. Murphy is t:ot likely to I
coeic*d bv Tlnker. who unless he lanaa- ?
ln i'lnclnjuiti will not appeur on tbe uia .
BBOaad f?r some tim*. The deal betweet.
the two ciubs is omclaily supposed to bi
off, but aa long as the berth is ope:. %
Tin__er*fl name will be tnentloned for the -d
Job. A-side from the dlsposal of TUikei ?? -
and Bresuahan. there are not llkely to t? a ??
any t:,iiit-? of much account at the meet- ?*
ing. MeOraw intends to staiKi pat again" "'"^
with the Gianu, and the reat of the ciub*>
arlll depend upon new talent for iucreeead ? ,
While the National League solons are
going lt at full blast ln New Tork tha
Ameri-an League owners will gather foi
their quiet party tn Chlcaga, The m*e
ing ltself will be llttle more than a
rottttae affalr. as Ban Johnaon decides all
parptaah-B questions arlthaMIt the ald or
advl.-e of the Iwi.-is-v Th*re may be a
number of tradea, however. to llven
thmgsi up. Navin and llughlc Jennlngs
are said to ba ready to make e cleen
sweep in I>*trott and will come to the
meeting with a long ILst ot veterans to
iJafjeaa at They want to get rld of all
the old stara and build tip a new tesm
around Ty Cobb, Rtanage aud Dubur, 3 .
with one or two promlsing youngsters al?
ready on hand
Daapfte all reports to the contrary. Mc- ,.
Aleer und Jake Stahl are wllling to dls- us
pose of Buck O'Brlen. who ?u mlxed a-?
' up ln a rather unsavory affalr with Joe
i Wood at the tlnie of the world's eerles. *
| O'Br'.in really did not come up to ex- --
' pe, tatlons Last season and a change of i
BeeaMfP after what happened in October . <??
n;lght do him a world of good. Jlrumyuo..
j OaBahaa i? anxlous to got the youngster
|and stands ready to glve Jlm Scott for
j him. He probably will have to glve more, .?:
let Baatt hus already done vallant 6enica ?
with the White Sox Callahan ls alao on 18 |
the trall of 8am Crawford. whom the *
Letroit Tigers want to trade.
I'onnle Mack haa no stock on hand I I
whlch be wants to get rld of. but Is Wlll?
ing to boy any promlsing material that'
he can plck up flark Orifflrh Is comlng "* '
to look ?n, but nelther wants to buy, aOU r\
nor trade. feellng that he has a pennant
wlnner already constructed.