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Zetder Sees Ban Johnson, Then Talks With Federals Again Waterhuty and Whitney Beaten
THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1914.
ROLLIE ZEIDER ABOUT
TO SIGN WITH FEDS?
'iilliur Irwin Takes Him to Han
Johnson's ()fin hut
( nn't Line II i m Tp.
WITH FRANK CHANCE
Sl'.l.s INIii:i'KNIKNTS HIIIST
1 lirii l olls .lolmson "Your Offer
I k rhfiip" Ward Miller
Ki-scrts the Cubs.
! r.! ? .LUTHER COOK SIGNS
CreaccM A, V, I'.lcelltin. I
ItCCHtlS,. nf IIim iiM,inla I....... I I
I mafic mi one of the governor of (h
Crescent Athletic Club tin- commlttio iif
mo regulars has sued m Idler writ
ten by William II, Pord. who stand
No. 1 on tli rlul membership lint unit 1
who ha been president four time. De ,
Purest Cnmlec. chairman of the rum
tuittfv of tin- regulars, savs the letter Ik
not n campaign document hut In slmplv
u reply to the letter Kent 4ut hv Charles
M. Hull. eight tliiu. president mill No.
7 on thw list. .Mr. Cntidee also state
Hint the hoard of governor In recent
mending that the by-law lm amended
In conformity with tin- suggestion of
the regular relating to tin- transfer of
ri-Hl estate gives the regular ticket a
moral victory In advance of the flection.
W. H. Kord wan counsel for the ne-'
clued governor and appeared for him at
tht- trial before the governors. He re
view th testimony Klven relating to
tin- Intcrriilitlou made wIiIIp Surrogate
..viiiiMiii tvns sponging, tell of the tcMtt-
HOCKEY CLUB TEAM TRIUMPHS.
Crocelit r. Seven Succumb f
I ler Mnnl llnllle, .'I to I.
' Tin1 hockey tennis of the llockov Club
I and the Crescent Athletic Club fumlidicd
hint bight tin' hex! game witnessed
, . , - .. ,,, In the St. Nicholas fllhk thin s.uson
MllCII KxpCCtt'tl Of 1 Ollllfl rIC.nS T1. thniuplon. tho Hockey riuh. were
pressed hiitil, nut tney iiiutny won inn ny
h score of 3 goals to 1 Kor niori' than
half of the llrst period the llockev Club
I team was on tin- defensive. Mill for the
Crescent played a line gnme at goal and
he made several tcninrKiihic Mops, par-
Lpiifriie Flclilcr in Ills Sec
ond Year Here.
NEW YORK RACQUETS
Clark and Courtney
I'air Is lleaten.
TO MKBT OLOBE THOTTEKS
Major League Connnittees Ap
pointed to Welcome Coniiskey
and MeUruw Next Week.
tlctllarly In the second half. The Clem ent I , , ,..,,..
team was strengthened hy Hrowne. who !, , 1,1)1 INA.Nh II l(.
played a very aggressive gnme. hut he
wn tint Hiipported an hp should have heen. 1
Some of the younger player M'etned over- n.i.i.i r
anxious ami In their cngcrni'ss were notl.l. . Wear IIIKl IIUIIII I'.
able to take proper nilvnntiige or tnclr i
PLANS NEW OPEN GOLF TILT.
Sprlnu l.itUr Chili In Offer Chance
fur Professional to Meel.-
, new toiu iu iiH-nt for I lie professional
golfer prohnhlj will he helil dining the
cninlni: seanti. The Spring Lake tlulf
and Country Cluli Is planning t" hold'aii
Ih'flllllt "I" 11 to ii 1 1 in Midi t , prohahly duilni: All
KllH, when the Ht'uxoti "I the New .let'
coant Mxoit lx III ItK height.
The in.-' of iiiiiic open torn imnieiitK Hi
which the piofiHlonalx can net the train
IiiK tli.lt coiucH with coinpctllliili. tiii"
Iwen loinniented upim tecently, and the
SprliiK Lake cluli I? the tlt-t t" plan to
CLUB IN GOOD SHAPE
I'lcsldcn i I in I .el I Issues His An
nual Itcpoi'l. Kcvcnliii
r., Jan. Ward Miller, utility
rMtllehler of the c'uhx, xlKtied a contract
.. ulththcSt. LoulH Pcdern I 0, ,,,,,,, ,; ,, ,.lo ! . ! " with the Ne
omul ui r M.udecal Hrown. .Ml Her w ,. Hrt.llf,,., Vrtlllllv .. ,,. I American l.ei
Anothpr vniiMir nntflWlor wlm 111 l-Viink
I'hn'i' .?! Vf1" 'f. "!"' ,.,l"1t',iw,0,,,nii.n.,ii' opinion will develop Into a tar
r..nn.i ' American i.vamie ciun. ill" name
ii ... .....i . I.llther Cook nttil tip eitiiip hnrp Iniit Allffllxt ! ulilli filed and made the xcore a tie. !
iivu'1.1 ... i.i. i. . . i 3 ... ...... . ... .... I . ...i ...t .. Imlf liilpr Item' carried i ...i.... t. n.wl r.uinil tit flu. nfllliiruil
...... I.. t.n. mm iij ntx inierni eiaiion iroin me .uniin. lex.. Leauiie cum. which : iinnui ini ...... nn i..u n n. ......
The llockfjy Cluli wbh the flret to ncore.
llrlttoli, lifter fi inlinrtcs SI M-ond
of plav Kent a Mud at .Mills which slipped
Into the net. After that the Crescents
put up a flue came, and had the players
been able to choot straljthter and harder
they would have scored several tunes
Davis. Honor of Tenuis Cup.
Win Seven (In me Hattlc.
till the nuil. The club hllhi'tlo ho I It V wL t"l'l' I I I Iv liKI'l :l.li
tlK.ued In the tournament Held, but It ha- I S '.A III. IN IMM I
n coute nhoiit B.3IHI nrds III leiiKth which 1
will furiiMi a if ond test of the skill of j
the piofesxliiniilH. 4 ' 1 1 Jl i 11 II ii 1 1 k'pilv ill" Mlili'tii'
With prnctlciilli all of the bailliu: pm- ' 1X1 ulnnn
fisslonals stationed In the Kl next sum
nipr, the Spillm Lake louruaiiient should .
attract a neld thai will assilie its suc
llMhllll to collect the team fur the
ninrnlni! name and Inability ) with-
the Imo New
York racipifts pairs, which had leen k"
WAGNER GOES WEST
Committee AImi I'IciiiN for
Motor Hon tin";.
w York 1,1 ,,u? "'"'l""'. "l',l,n'1 "f,"r n,.l".u.,!.'f, fin ml tlm otjslaunht of the
w I Hpcaidx of plu Hiownc made a M ry , ' ' , .
innip In ",, , Hent a haul shot at Lewis,. Ha- aflernoot. match forced
: August which counted and made the score a tie.
i. -i.i,.ii I a i, ,1.. unit n half later Ib-rry carried
DUon. 11l..jf ','!. "hould have been 10 to ,, ,,,, hltn 'to fresldent Farrell for I tuvt t',V,!,ll0,,!L uJ'aslle.irur
I iluvs but'"' "'"d savs that he has deniandeil ... , ... , . , tuif si d out fiom the corner to ( astiem.in,
i .e u.. "'t !'' lH'r.l chaiiKe the in i I'- In ,,1,r'n' ( . f""T. "as nsslKne.1 'wll(1 (,col,.(, s,u. mlmi,eH after this
Mwiaj. mi !1(m. tn,.M1,1(,r Wl! nri.ult,,.(1 to rlsht fleld by Chance and he. iiulckly n,.rry scored uuassls,tcd. He went down
I I'H'slib'iit Kred It. P.ilr.ell of lb- Oe
icent Athleth' Club has Kued Ins annual
. . . . n .report to the members of the club,
FOR A TflMORN.F, R&P.RR ..-.i. f , feasure,
1 VII IIUIVIIIVUIUU 1WIWUU
was ,, ,.,,. i i.i,. i.,if.t.,.,tir,t not of the run-
liltw for the title III the second lolllid at ."II I'MCCII . . .. Oil I dl Cheats In spile of verj tiif i-tutiate l.u-l-
iand I'lialrnian of the athletic committee
'The preshleiit says the club has cnjn.ied
the same Kood succes" as in prcvloii"
i 1 1lll..i ' IllllV be rextt.rnrl
"'" flKr""' . The annua, meeting and dect.on will'
I ...Mine a li'.i. rha.iee'x ' ,"',cl "-lKlit In the clubhouse The
ltollto Zclder. one of Vranl. Chiu ci s , polIl) nr( ,,,. frm 1(J .,,, ,k
inV.fUbrs on the New York American
! e.icue team, also was n visum
Tfderiil LuiKUe ..rflce. He said his mis
Her was to pay his respects to .Manmter
riak.r. althoiiKh the natural rumor was
fcMi that he hd ri'Celved an offer of a
Federal 111 Rue contrurt and might --
ilIrthur Irwin, scout for the New York
Vmcrleans. appeared In town, sleuthltiB
for IM Sweeney, catcher of the team,
who Is MiUKht also hy tha Federals.
ihle to trace Sweeney u. om -
New York Itacuui't and Tennl Club
(I. C. Clark. Jr., who wax
U. tost man taken irom uie m"" "i itutlty. as the Vote was
i.,.. I', .b r.ils.
Mii'.r. whose home H In Dixon,
i t.. "ii In Chicago si'era
k, in llini'i SHOW llle tnemlme .. . nr.
.. II,.. Ceilcral League Office this ,- , .. . ilenuinxIrnlAil llml li.i m.u.nl tmliimt III,.. lV.fi xlite noil. IIS all the Crescent team I esterdllV.
" .. - "... ..... ,(i III 'HIS Willi .... .... - I... - ....
.mil wus nut hy Manager llrnwn some way may yet l. foun.i m re.'..iiell battlni: fklll. He also ran tin., bases with were forward, he linn nm .miiis io iook ,,(1r,, wt, o. Courlne to meet II. p.
f t St Louis club. After H short ills- difference anil that pence and harmony speed and good Judgment, hut evidently ' ml' foI f . u,.Vv. ni, was put off ir"n r""1 11 ,l' 1-v',rl"1 "f I1''!"" ' "lr
nei-disl more experience In lleldlng. Cook , , " t,,,t.H durlliK the game. His offences anteiunctieon name, couiu noi ne prexem
had played twenty games with the I -..r.. mostlv tripping and he deliberately anil his team Hail to ueiaiiu in me line , i,..,., i ,.- ui. ..... .,.,,
Chaticemen when the Illness of his wife 1 waited for the man he wanted to get. inu,,. In lb,. Vandeibllt Cup and lir.ind I'rlre ' 11 maintained in all departments ol
called hltn away for tho rest of the season. 1 I" " ,1M rented twehe minutes out thj" , Tnjl ,,,,,.), ,v.is uheiluleil for 11:30 races at Santa M mien, left .et. Ml.iy furl the club, due to tlic exielleut wort, done
Chance, however, saw ennm-b of the iri- pia.'.i. '"" ... i. ..,,,1 ,.11 the Iilaiers but Clark were ' " "' "'r " n- stop mere will I ,y . coiiimltt "backed b the In
Concessions In An One He
I'aliua a "llnhlout."
iies cotidltiotix, which In . x are ilm
I to a cbatige of admlnxraii.i' n the I'ed
eral, State and municipal cmernuienls.
unrest In all ilepailments of labor mid
, increased cost of living. He then points
out that a high standard of efficiency has
BOXING SOLONS HALE
A. A, U, BEFORE THEM
.......! nie-Vit minute In two sentences.
young Texan's work to make up his mind 0nt, was three minute for tripping and In rein
to keep him this year. Although the I'. I.. . ibe other live minutes for Jabbing his ,,M then went out on the court
has splendid outlleld material In (111- elbow Into a plner'n
.nniv Ti.,,- u'.i.i, .i ......ii , off for three niinui
will hang on to Cook, who In due time i 111 '
may prove too strong a hitter to remain
on the bench. Chance said last fall that
, ,. , ... , . , ,, continue on his wa i
lines. They waited until I ocl..ck ay(( ,)rH i.(Mi
nit to the coast, lie
exhaustible enei g.N and ability to do
Professional HoiltS at HoVS Clllll CooU lmlll' 're seasoning, that
ilu ...null,.. In ....II f.., ,1...
So as i ..,,,., ii ,ii ,i,, .,...! things of our manager, .lames . I. Mead."
side. Kennedy went ( ,,rtl,,, the larne ciowd looklnif iinnaKeni. lit Is making no concessions' to The membership of the club has tu.iin
,x for slashing, The fi(rw.iri, , . (;,.., juInl entrants In the way of entry fees. exp. n-es tallied about the s ime level as last year
I lirii' rir ,1 iiuiii .fill. ill iiifiiii'.-i .-
mid this number Ix unchanged
:r.ibted 'elder by thfl nnpo
of the neck
Must He Kxplained
Stiimpf on drill.
I'if.tit . .
. . Ilnter..
fentre . .
Itlght w lug
. . . f.ircex with (le.irje Standing .Ind Pin veil "r ni'Pearnnee money The Western A A ., There w
' """" -Win with tie, re Stan. ling .inn a i llllwt,xr ,,,, (( , ,., )onr, ,
" , '"u v-urlnB H" "'ltlnn c0,,t,sj-jnnd probably will pay more than the entrv The life mei
Ilrnw ne The lloxtonlnns lot, but had the ad- blanks call for. Wagner says. to ISO. then
fn.t ptlMied him Into the august presence.
. ... i.,h.,..n. uresldcnt of the Am-rl-
. ... Incue. where It was expected to A big upheaval In the conduct of amn- fresldent Tener of the National League ' liohliy. Orescent A. c Vn.ilt- timer. v
,' Ve Zeldcr sign a contract to play with tetir boxing In this State may re.ult In each appointed u committee to take Joint ' cTIn""'.," "h.Ww-iJ I'Slii;.!
he looked llko n nnturnl ball playir nnd ' MeKenle
would not be returned to minor league , yu,..
I company. Hrore lleekey Olllti, 3. Crest ent A. O I
, l'lans for receiving the world' tourists , lol--Hy '". ;. "r.1"0"; J',"!'',' '
Ihere the rt week In March took con- ' -ree- ri.K TT,"
crete form yesterday when President unniirea ilren lM,nh- Mchtil.is H. c
Johnson of the American League and . Timers- W .1 froke r. S nn.lerers, ami w A.
. Shlrrerr vantage of vetting some good practice, ltnlph de I'alniH, who was In town es
Mn'ritn which th-v net it If they hope to heat terday. hasn t changed his mind about the
"ii..ii.!, , m ,.f i , Meicer propnsltlon and If he competes at
IMVIHH r. I'lltm in ..."i ,,. xt, ...in .., I .f
Louis III the Hnal thl ufterninin. team, It appears. I'nder the no conceslon
The donor of the famous Pavlx cup, the plan he may not be able to get out to
lawn teimlx classic, with hl partner, j Santa Monica at all.
Wear. oM rcame the speedy team of 1'ayne
Whitney ami Lawrence Waterbury In the At a imetltig yesteiday of the board of
afternoon fray. The match went to seven I ,'lr7tLV"'' of. ""' V",'"" J-ixW' ''mti
. . ........ I II. It. Hwnrtz was elected ores dent to sue
igamcs. with fore at ,, ' T' 1 it-ed It. M. uweii, resigned. Mr. Owen ha
1 15 9, 1417. 15 IS, 6 If. and 15 !. ,ad hlx resignation In contemplation for
1 Ii.ivN. who Is tall and rangy and left some month owing to his plans of de-
niinillnii He-'handed, gave by far the best exhibition I eloplng the new lint elisvtrlc Iransmls-
of all around play In the match, w 1th the !on and other enterprl"ex In which he Is
noxslble execution of his yervlce, which Interested. Mr Swart, was for three
u-rextlln,- hmiii nrini..nii.. .i...t,.i...i .... """ """" nrjiiier. i """" tuouiiiiieeB iiotn me .ew i ora rt. i aim i ne irisn was soil anu eamy receive" "t in je.us vite-presiiiem
, . . , . . ' probably will hold a ureetlng here on Mon- American A. C. announced yesterday ex- oonents. he was better nt eery depart- In coiiimfiitlng on the company's policies
sui.u, nit mm o proressionai noxing dny to arrange details. tra fentures for the games to be held In ,m.nt of the game than any one of the I Mr. Hwartx ays "The taxlcab ordinance
matches, one or which developed Into a Tho touring illaut and White Sox nre Ma,,)n Suuare Harden next month. Capt. tin..,, other player. Ills great reach per- recently passed provided for a public set
t. ..... . 1 fll..ul,,l.ul ,n ,.l,.A h l ....1. d H.. I .. .... ...... ... .1. . - . t , 1... I.....H . . . . ....... .... .......... . .. . .. ,. . .. ....... ..I. ... .. ,.
son is saui ,'. ,. etii.ference i uillue rojai, n.-i un ..i.iivn Him raui I'ligrim oi ine .. i t. . nun i-.-.-ii tuitte.i mm in connis-v w un toe nimeir on j vice, omy. u siaies sikxj.iic.iio m.ti. n
ZeiUer departed for '""wr ui i )ir license for tiro-1 lt I,,iuin,'1 t" give a bnn.iuet In their i working for some time on an Interna- ,,,tter how It t ame at him. nnd hl shall not apply to or govern any vehicle
at... l....lnrillH. It IS rl'. ll"i hn.inr Inrt fnttnu-lnv .vnnl.tv lnm Hint, I .1 , - .1 Ilu l.u.u fl,, .... . ........( .k.. ... 1. . .... 1 . . .... 1 1 11. ..... ... .1,1.. ...
the New Yorka.
llut Zelder. braved by many u coi.n
ibntial talk with the Federalltes. looked
with xrorn on the tlgures of the contract
that Irwin was prepared to ham him.
N,x on that i-ontract." said e der.
Wh. these .Ytleral make ou fellows
'"''Veil ""g.." t the Kitleral then." John
"'II. M , Whr. ,1111011
1. u..i.i ii.ivp niuie.i.
conseo.uence of the violation of the State) charge of the festivities. The American
law nt the wrestling tournament of the !:fcUCI7 T rra"r J- V , "'.'"T.T
,, . . . . . .. .. ork. chairman: Joseph J. l.nnnln of the
js turn msi luesoay night, on that iioMn ilpii S(.x and llenlamln R Shlbe I
NEW FEATURES FOR MEETS.
occasion, with .1. W. Stumpf. chairman of ; of the Athletics. The National League v v. A. . Aiinimiier Cnnn
the registration committee of the Met-.will bo represented by II. N. Hempstead ' " "' ..
ropolltan Association, a referee. th ' 'he ninnt. W V Maker of the I'hllUe 1 U 1 rm Irl.h I.Iim- I .
Ith the Kederals. It ' .1,;5l'l' Ll, ,,, tn.lnmA l...ix . i.t- ih I !)?ll0L,.hc 'llwlng evening. More than I tkiiuil relay at one mile between the ' ,,0erful return rattled around the four hired or obtained from a livery stable or
Iiext aiinouiitv.il, i. i...,irrnl t , . ... i ti t-iutiiKii iiiiib art. cuiiiiiiK iii pprvini i7nltvil tllates anil i aiiau.i.
the next annouiu t-ne , i.i i . i t-iiitinn ini
has afflxe.1 his signature to a Inlerni j cy llw. and vt lf ,t (,, (he hol(ltnK of i train to extend
.ontracl, . ,. .PilpP " "ame royni is iigainsx me rule rormu- I winie mere win dp no even larger tieiega- i
Harry Chapman. loru.r. -"" inl,.,i i... lllo st!.t Aihletle Commission, lion ot .ew lork rooter on nanu to pay ,
who Dlayc.1 with the Atlanta " 1 ... . .. . . their respects to Mcdraw. No expense'
Southern Assoclat on m n j , 1,1... 11J nf il., A. A. C. Iiiii fli.b. I Ll.-I.r.i'5'.li'il! t7l!l.lliJ?r. I
the Keuerai Iiea.nii,.,i . ' If,,t,.. - ; iu miHg tins aunir n, iiuwung eincees, itnu
welcome to L'oinlikey, promises to be one of the best of the In
door season iitul the class oi me t ana-
walls with seemingly no effort on hi garage , In other words. It dues not attempt
patt. to regulate a private taxlcab business.
Piv.x was at his best on n.icit nanu Tho Appellate Division or me .supreme
illans engaged Is so goisl that only the , ..truii,., ti.l the way he took the ball Couit recently declined to continue an In-
, o.-.....,.....- f,liniivl . .. . . .
hanty. a member m iii iii, iVV. t J x 1 ,n" lH, commission, u nun oeen
,.f baseball sluggers, who w-as " I customary to allow decision In umateur
St Jl'"' u'mM to have Hlgned ! houU.. giving thei-e contest an advantage
I'rontriict witli the Chicago Kederal over the professionals, where decisions
j p.t cue team. . ,. I re not allowed.
' illll Itradby. one of the tiliyeri or the Cmre Harvey, secrt-tary of the State
l,l Bchool. who was a ti"1 "
' lis Is now spoken of as tho manager
of thi Toronto club, regardless of where
he franchise of thl dub goe. lt has
sen said that there would be u tr"?'
of "hW club to Cincinnati, hut
illlmoro say there I no truth In the
If there Is room at tlm banquet table
nearly 1,000 Invited guests will enjoy the
If a tory told In Chk-ago regarding
the recent winning of a pitcher lielongln
to a major league club I true, the Fed-
WILL MOVE TWO TEAMS.
fact that Uncle Sam's runners will he
.. . I- ...IM ,1...
competing on ninoe Kruuuun mt- "it- revelutlnti
local men a rhance to win.
Chief of thp Dominion quartet win lie
'tuber have decreased by one
re are l,b2 resident member
three less than last year, and four army
and navy members, a falling off of threi
Tho total now I 2,510, a compared with
2,517 a year ago. During the year Ihere
were twenty-six lost hy death, 23.1 by
resignations nnd twenty-six by expul
sions, a total of 2ST The previous year
the loss was :I22
Treasurer lloliert .1. Wnll show In
spite of extraordinary expenses for re
pairs In both clulihotixex there Is a credit
b.ilati'-e for the year of f 3.20S S3 The
total business of the club for tho year
has been Itecelvid from dues, $149,
020.10; entrance fees. i;.4l.'50. life
membership fees, 2,lon, houe charges,
city house. $2M,1!M.53; Il.iy Itidgc. T3.
T.'.s Total, i:,01,3ii;.l2 An appropria
tion of $10,125 was made ftom the gen
eral funds of tin- club In favor of the
sinking fund, nnd this amount together
with i. 412.50 received from entrance
and life membership fee" was paid over
lo the trustees of tile sinking fund. Those
trustees now have in hand r.'V.'il!1 o
which 1' applicable M the reduction of
the bonded debt or the permanent Im
provement of the property of the club.
The bonded debt. Including mortgage on
the I'lerrtpont sti-cl and liny Itldge prop
erties, Is J57S.2O0, which bears Interest at
the rate of 5 per cent per .iiiuum The
personal pioperty Is carried mi the bonks
at a valuation nf s;f.,iinii and a teeerve
N. rhllllns. an Knglishman residing lulu,. ,., ..r ill. .onh-e w-a a xtronc i.i ,iir.M'i,.,l. Kimltarv and resnnn-
Canada who ha run the quarter close (lH U(, nn, his placing accurate. ,v rrT,v, elis'ted to continue Its busl
to 4S seconds, will complete the Canadian ' Whitney played well, too, but he not ,., entirely as a prlvntu enterprise. In
team. Against this formidable team t-apt. QUllu w, BUr on h. troke a the other rjfr to furnish a servlee of this kind we
I'ligrim will place Ted Meredith. Mel , found II necessary to nmllitaln a very ex-
Sheppard. Tom Halpln and Homer IMKer. . Thp ,cry llrHt Klimo started with t,.nlve despatching system. o we located
plenty of excitement. The St. Iiuls pair .nd.carage throughout the city, directly
At the meeting next Wednesday of the
Xole.lo IneliiniHl ' SI
... . ....... iu. iiiii rim
tm i.uieimu. eir as lo why the rule or the union aa " - , ... . " ,,, ' . visitors wnmu tir.t m -i ... ..... -- -- - ,...,, ..,,,. .. unikt ruled lectur,
-MeetliiB i'v....... . w,. r the State commission were set ." .. "" i , .. ,.,. . nonm pi.iyers niiuc.i ..... r.. --- ,.,,, ,.. ... .i H.illev
count nave to suck. i o several i man nt tout uisune.-. nr ..m ...,.... -. , ,.,,.. (... .,,. it 1 1. (,n t"1' '"n,. .- - . .. .
i an Association plottc
...,-, i Ian. 2.1. .Meetiiih ........... w-eii as oi ine piate commission were ei
CHliAC.o, .iiui. Amerl- ... -i., u ni....., i,u m.wi that h v
vlXltoTitouriaT things to-day I 'for the upholding of tlv rule which for- WyniH the plajer said the other day that by Hal Helland
Z ii . i'V derul league, and with tn am , d profess ona Is comiet ng or exh b t ng 1 'V ul" "Jf "l" '"" "'" 'J ' r'
for tllo I'C.l.rui t"-''!". ,.t,, urn . . . . . 1,-,,-V Iii thn I.Vil utnl utm tilth nrirnn tt I Ttint lnlion
. . ...... i,. I linpf liall s win v.i. Bl ;i tournament wnere nmateurs nre en- . - i -- ---
"..uh"J"... 1 !. scheme to throw i ,..,,. That tl.ls role was broken an. ball In view of the fact that Ills terms
unlfl Id nnc vuiiv-vt.- - . . ------- - .;-
llnanciai ni ' . - - ..,nnetltlon
I Imrnvn f iu tint Ati'i rmirlitTrn linn oiinitnir. I i
tee and give his version of what occurred.! A"uolo that the certllle,! check for , mont. tnU.ht. ins 7" . ' '"; , wiirwl In every one of the
i s!iik..Vi, .ni.i in.. nch, th.t i,. ,..16.00(1 wh eh Hussel Kuril cashetl In tween Kolehmalnen and KIMot as orli,-. ,,...,..,
'"" - .'- . ...... .. ... in. rr,ir,L'.l A slliMH ooeralloti lia 1 .
grettetl the violation of the State aw. hut oicikh oh ' """uu" " i "'r.",' i, , f Vh,. ironbl. to hlx no.e ining comiiiei.t e , ...
Vi.. it ....i. ..ii...i ..i h in bv President Weetrhinan of the C h relieVed Klviat of the trouble lo Ills noe t..,i,lnv nnd Waterbury a
eral ny I"""' " .'""V." .. . r,.,...li,ts.
i i,..i. will bo trans-
lisekeil ny tn- ..i n .-.,..v , .. .
; , , ,'hlcairii probaii y i.utjinx ..0t menus tated by the A. A. r. Hndilag rtueruis, uaneu.iu men art- Mil - i "'"- - , ,- . ,rl, .. . . t ie game ami
cu'nti cr' ' " ilX the Tole-lo team 1 lon x'ot.UI do aU that was "n 1 lTle.l to hear that Kord will pitch for the , at ;! " 'tn on" 'll.e cur mar' T
V'", ,t, P.r.. . .f erred to Cincinnati, th I10wer to set the matter right. He I IttlffBlo Ketls. They nre wondering conslder.ib u sp. cu -VJ" ' V.' .. . ir i. " . . wete 111 the 1
will ",; " i I ., the basis' .
men lire frur-
uiii of the right hand corner was a lunct Ion which hail been grante.i the Wi
lli nickut'S. too. weie un- 0vv Taxlcab Company, nut me original i
usually clear cut and accurate. case has not been actually tried, and when
w.Mii- who urn much sllchter than ml It u the court will nass un.m the matter
jiick rrewiiuer, a tpiarter inner wo., nits ..,,. backed him UP In grand stylo, on t mer t.
beaten every American nt his favorite ........ i,f, v,,rv iiiii. irrouml for Vear "The Yellow Taxlcab Company. reall.lng
distance. Mel Hrock. who got In the SflO to ,,..,, ml. what wa left wn well that It could not continue to give Its class . fund ,,f invent Is curried for id inecl.itlon.
meter final ut htockholm : Jack Tall, nn-1 ttikt-n cure of. of service at the new ordinance rntex and This leaves a lit t valuation of $5f,.ii(in. The
other fast middle distance man. .anil J. On the losing team Waterbury wa ea-1 believing that It patron would demand a I lierieimut street piop.-ity is valunl .it
137.1. OOii. the Hay Ithlge piopertv, SiSi.,
1 1 1 lots, at IIsi'i'iO and the boat hulls.,
at II I.OoO. The total value of the pioperty
Is J7i'i'.i,O0O. These valuations are conser
vative and there Is a surplus to the dub'
ciedlt of J210.s2S.lv
Chairman Ileiijainln A Keilev nf the
athletic committee summnrii-- whit wax
done in each sport patronl. ,1 l.t Ii .nd
nuinbers Ills lem.irks ,il, i il., tli.i
and nv itorbo.it lug are liii, ie'i"v m v
OUtsi'dl the club. About basket.'. l'l lie
llasketl.nll wax the 'ertre nf Oi"l .itnt"
of inih Ii 'tiniin'iit tn Hie iiui'. . I' n
litre, tl reapolisllile f"l the ,1'l in t
iiliial'iir t.uilnir lnits, ttllliii hnve Ifnin
terv ii,iul,ir Til" .Vnillteur Atlnrtle Ciller,
iinfertnliittHty a'p.iir t" cmtrnl th. Is xliu
stiii itloti i.ii'l. itltli.tUKti ii'lmlttlrig ,1m In
iiMiltv I" enntrol l.,t-ketti:itl m t er'helesi
refuse- to mint in prinlsslon to h'U'l noil
t"ir buKtllK i "tiets l.eniis.. nor txi.inl nf
guvernorx Ignnreil It" detirind ibt regi
ler our ineniliefs iueuiler nf (tie v A II
despite tbelr Ind Iv lllllil I wishes In tli Pen
trurv We hve a strung I'jiii "f elrnn
uin near fi tlotv nirinters nnl the f.-t, of
,l,..lr l.tftnr tnenil'els ef ttle fres ,'l.t A I'
Athletic Commission, stated yesterday 'rnl lxauers w!io got this mnii are de
thnt the official of the A. A. V. whor'"ln .f nure. It appear that the
were present at the Hoy Club tournament Tver. who had been riding on the wa er
liad Kim summoned to appear before the I '""f0.n , toT. ,h"n 5 'ar w"" ln:
commission on Thursday next to explain ;lu.c to. f". off "' .wh"j ' "tate of
i..m- ih.t. e..m.. ,. nttn ih i., m b. intoxication he m Induced to sign ii Ked
broken Should the explanation given be
steps to take the control of amateur box- ''y In various saloon and when It secured the entry of rom Halphi for the htl , ,,,, ,, Whitney and , ., r,u.r , miy tt. of, the day or
1 . ...... tens ir.tntt . u,iber..l l.t, In tt.nl Mint hs S.I.. A 1..a,.ii t, 1 .11.10 Vnr.l r.lce. That Will .... u , .n .1... ..,U tr, t, V . ..
mi- ntvnv iront me .. a. i1 - - .... r.. ......
i...... t- .......... ......1. ...... ,1,. had deserted his employer. He pleaded make a Meld of six
";."'. ; Z..:""' .... :. . . with the Kleral to release him from the i Meredith. Klviat. Hik
. .. . . .. . . . ' LM.I n ir.M.,,iutt II I. M.tl.l i,.t hx r. . li,...nnn The .'l.llleil feature Will lie II ... .. i .. I....1....I ,.u If th
, a. i... is con.iuc tig an inve gallon mm- -" .,-.,;, V. V,:; ch race In which Shtpnard T ' ".r." '., J" ' , i", Hlrlc Vehicle Association Col K
.... , .plenty oi cuciiemrni. .,...- t uu-garage tur.uigiioui in-- lhj, mi.......
contract and to accept 11,000 In advance I Capt. Mel Sheppard nf the Irish Amerl- nrM ,, OI, t(lH thr, band after ,,,m,.,.t,M with our main despatchcr. from
money. Tho plaeT, It 1 said, spent thU ' can A. C state.! yesterday that he had rijyiK ilt 5-4. With n run of wi,c, We can despatch it cad Immediately
..., ,,.,.u. .... hVfi1 ,,. ,, ,, wnitney ami ., ,
d race. That will Waterbury moved to the front, only to be ... .,
. th.. others being tnrcril ,iU,u wlwM D.,vl and Wear rnn
itr. De (.ruchy and l.(.,u 0! ,h,.lr ,, , T, wor then
nd of the Xavler A. A Al- ; ' nv"i"r; Cll,n. back strong In the electric roailnter from Hoston tii Chicago.
. Irish American A. C and ; 'g.in and ev, m 1 till U hy win- Dr. C. I'. S.elnmet. of the c.eiieral Klectric
of the New York A. C ' " n - j"A'run of 13 n ,he third hand Company Is exp.ftc.l t.. speak on lie ge.i-
, ,. . . . v Having eial development of the eltftrlc vehicle for
pear plain nnd Mr. Sullivan hus called '31 hecn ucccpted by u major league club Willie Kramer has declined in lane part Mnjck Hlrl(1(.i , Loul conibl- pleasure and business purpose
on J. W. Stumpf. the referee, to appear I wrore lie signed wun tne una. , in uie tu , n. ...e . . nation moved along sten.i ny nno too
... ..... . - - - . .. . , in,, mini K, i ne. (U .'. Ill .mi , .- . n ... run
six hands CHARLtaAUW llA-Jinu ivf,auio.
look dark for F.T1,t Haee-Hlx f.irlnn Cllm, 10
this Htace of n.-...i, . n m r,. won. Ilelle ef Nnrmnmly
k.i, til... I down ln the 101 lilt,rrtl 4 tit 1. se.on.l. Laird ".' Klrk-
scored with regularity and wi. " . , " V."',.,n. (i i I . M1ni,.nt Biinnntee m .lie V IT
, iirit'i'i--. 't
Atfcl tie lrl and much Mr nis" rnn Ther mi
l, i ansi...... . baslH , ' ..V i..,i,, ,.r i ii'-k t. -..-illln tn iket etcrday on this event, a well known . , , . . ..
i.iM transfer neniK i ,,", .p.,u,.c ."'V " ... " .......tV .;.i7..h.. ii,,rr . ,. ..l,,!. i member of the Irish American A. C bet- . 1,
s. except Hap ting ISO at even money that Klviat would ' M ,,Klt1Ml xhvm ,hey looked danger- M. TMri .h l to 5. .ecn..,l. in.n.lle .,f u.
ous but could not Keep up tne goon weriv w.itsr l.a.1 K ttlsdriiin, Hs-tn els
traiisitl " . . . league ... . .u ,. ..,, ..... ,.r.,vl,1 nwiri.v In nl.tc, the
l,t! llle loroilio llit.e ..-- rtui...i, in m iiu.i.tc-ti tii win .- .-- .
lli,.v , ,...,l,,i I. .... ,., ... ... ....... .. .. nn tlx fM V, nlniT oltvri
vt-i,i, ,. blirb grade ball team on the ,,o H h(l) (0 ,hat M .stumpf will ! Myers, have been secured by the Ked
thn satisfaction of the State Athletic Com
OUIMET MAY PLAY EVANS.
that tne uiMHiiH ii"""",'
will be assumed by t,lcl!,I,.t1'
Witli It III Is 1 1 St." , .1....
nrih Hide In Chicago it is llgureu tiiiti i. ,,1,,, t explain the circumstances to
,h reeelnt of the IVtleriU i'ague ..... .
be greatly r.iuced. while the muuo would
wi ft Cln5 nnatl he Toledo team
CINCINNATI OR YORK?
Keilernl. lo Mnve lr....l Tlab ..
lr of T" Cllle.
. niii.'j" - , ,..,v..laiid
.iieens liorough. Nw i rk. vvlll be l u
fn- ,. bill park at Jamaica, L. L. otilj
?..,e.. nnuttM from Matihattan and
r k: h" said. "Whether we will
:;,! ...... there tbhy' lH inobWin.
1 wll ls.iy, however, that next
?r w,ll te 1 n .o her story. IN.IUIC. an,
, ' . l It. Cincinnati nnd the
r, ',ers" ,f the baseball seas,,,. Imn.ll
. . , u In (ireaicr New York. At ; t .1 .
. ,', i,e sutrrlsed If you -ee "
m.hse awarded to either city within
a f. w das.''
FIREMEN HAVE TO STEP IN.
rieprliiieii riler. TliUet Sale
11 ud .Munilnl win.
the Westerners gave s.,,i ,ie six furlenss single Itav. I0
hIs and with the score rr.iriieri. IS to 1. wen. Hallsiit .H" to.
Inrire t.rlti, lil ln
si I lliimlee
.lolmny Inmdee. by his rri-nt work
., ,v the end, earned a victory over
v ing Jon Shugrue of -'"y i-iiy
. uM v, the llnal ten touiiil bout lit the
. , Lire A C. The new dull opened find
trowded to the doors. Long b- foro
to stall a surging moss thronged
,10 stieet clamoring for admission, He-
three and four thousand Jammed
-.0 the house Hlld then the Klin Depart
limit sent 'inlets In sell no mon. tlcke .
Tlieniunilee-Shugrue ball u started Ike
. whltlwlnd, with both of tho llgh era
i rowing caution to the vy In their
w id effort t Imi'l l(,'ll" MmH: ''T ' ,B
si four lounds Hlingrue had n shade.
1.,, nd... had the llfth round. Prom then
to ihe eighth th" bout wa pretty even.
It, ihe elghlh Dundee let loose nnd from
ti,.,t time until tho lliilxh ho hattled h
.11 p. a st m.lstlll. The last few round
...tni.leti'lv offset any lend thill Shugnio
.1 n 'tho cailler rounds. Shugrtiti
w ,Khe, seven and thlce-iiuiirler pound
I "re than Dundee.
In the heml-llti.il leu round bout Joe
M. ..dot of New Orleans outiwlnted
Julmny Lore of tho Vut Side.
Champion nf I'lnehnrat anil I'lana
Are o IlrlnK Cbleaonu Tbere.
TlNEilfRST, N. C Jan. 23, National
Open (tolf Champion Krancl Oulmet ar
rived this morning In company with hi
friend nnd clubmnte. l'niil Tewkshury of
the Woodland Oolf Club nnd J. II. Sulli
van, Jr., of Boston, InterHcholiuitlc chain
plo.i In 1912. The party reached here at
10 o'clock nnd un hour later were on the
golf links, where they icnt inoit of the
day. A Voodlnnd club foursome, with
C. L. Decker and T. A. Ahley a the part
ner of oulmet nnd Tewkl.ury. arranged
for tho afternoon, wa postponed. To
day's play wn entirely a cno of "whack
the ball" and no card ore avnllablo for
Considerable Interest I nrotiKed by the
niHHlbllltv of the much talked match be-
tween oulmet nnd Chirk Kvnna during
the former' visit. There Is a probability
that HvatiH will be at Atlanta In the im
mediate future nnd lf ho doe there urely
will be strenuous effortH to bring the. pair
together here. Hubert Hunter of Norn
toil I prominently nshoclated In tho move
ment to arrange n match which, If con
summated, would be International in II
A four ball mutch wa arranged thl
evening for to-morrow with Oulmet and
Tewkesberry against Parker W. Whttto
more and tleorgo II. Crocker of HriMikllno
Another match will Include Kerr at
JUAREZ RACING RESULTS.
First Haee Heven furlongs Dnlstnn. Ill
iMnleHWIirllll. 9 1" 1. Herlll V. 10S
iir, i I Hi i, seenn.li Kick. 110 (droth).
i I Ihlrd. Tllll". 1 13
In the Hlson Cltv, and Kord' alleged
transfer there doesn't appnir tn he true.
Veeghmnll evidently needs a strong Fd
eral League team In Chicago to draw
enough patronage to offeet enormous ex
pense. n it Is hard to believe that he I
willing to weaken his own cause to help
a weak winter.
Old Cy Young, who managed th Cleve
land Ked lat year, finds himself In an
awkward fix. When Cleveland wa aban
doned by tho Keds President Ullmore an
nounced that he had transferred the fran
chise, player and manager to Toronto.
Cy Young now declares that ho will not
allow himself to be shunted about at (111
moro's will, particularly In view of the
fact that the pmposed Toronto club I a
frost. Dencon l'hllllppe, who managed
the l'lttshurg Ked last year, ay he In
tend to sue for 11,700 back salary. In
the scramble for new talent the Ked are
turning down the old timer who helped
them worry through tho 11)13 campaign.
V V. Va
Ily Yip, Krancln. Angle I). Patrick P.. Mis
tit lliiy, Austrian Large mid Meiliaeh also
rHs!c.in.l lino one mile- HtKr Hertn. 105
..r" . . . V ... V twill! Itose ONelll. 10J
..I.... ' li to 1. sKc.in.li I'hllllHilna, 1 00
.luvi'ri. 3 to third. Time, 1 HO 4-G,
l-iorri'ce ltlr. li, Helen Maw kin. Pretty l)le,
u.urtler. Iluel ('. mid t u vv ii Ut in I ulsii run.
Third Usee -I'ive and a half furlnngs
vlili 107 li:tep. 11 I" f, wnll, I'.ml o'
i.:..ri. ne. 112 (iir.itni. a i" .u sernnui
ii bell i : MS iMiirphyi. I to 3, third Time.
110" Hlg Luiii"' Janlel and I'hupadern
i.niiril. Hurt. aeateCiiM lluiiillcai., seven
furltmu. Mllt'in IHililee. 100 (('Invert. H lu
i won: Ci.lniiel Msrrliint.iil, 1 Ort ( llnttmaiu,
-' second. Truly, 1 10 (Ur.ithl, nut,
third. Time, I :S0 S-5, .Mlni.irln.i. also run.
ififili Hate Hlx ful long .lewel of Ail.
Ifi7 i Kuril). I" I' WO! Thistle Ilelle, 110
llrnss V to S. se.'nn.l, live While, 107
llenlill ). 3 "' I' third. 'rime. UM 1 5.
i di Vender. Plying. Column. Arbutus,
riiites Industry. Hen Hlon, Canapn, lliiin
lot' rliiak. Zulu "ni1 Perrona nlsii ran,
u't ih Knee -One mlle-lley, 105 I Dryer.
, 1 u on; Oct'Mii yueeii, 107 (flrotli).
to sstoi.il; Husky Lad. 104 (Pene).
..Yd third, Time, l;40, Avumeii und Trli
pir.ut al.o ran.
"If Klrkpatrlck necepted 11,000 from
llnnlnri when hit wa Induced lo sign a
llaltlmoro Ked contract let him keep It,"
said President Kbbet of tlm Dmnklyti
club. "If Ilunlon wnuts to recover the
money ho ought to bring suit. During
the war with tho American League 1
signed Mulllti of Detroit and also paid
hltn advance money, which he refused to
return until after I had been put to all
kind of trouble. Klrkpatrlck has signed
with the llronklyn dub because he admit
that he willingly sold un option on hi
aervlce when he signed with u a year
ago. If the llaltlmore Ked go to court
Klrkpatrl'ii will testify that ho voluntarily
contracted to give uh llrst cull on hi ser
vices for this year."
W0LGAST AND RIVERS DRAW.
and fell by the wnysl.le. 1.-14 . irr and Th Parson itls.i rn
After a hard tight Davis and Wear look Tjdril ltnei fix fntlmiss- iiaum. lie. 11
I,.,., iif.i, 1,1.111,.. If, 1 If. but the pace be- , .i,.uii i. IS tn 1. wun. linrnl Crown, II
I gun to tell on them Hlld they dropped the (Connolly). 't,l"1J,.lrl,''-r,'V"i1;- 'il.i.V
which the visitors' heme mil noi snow ' wnrVl1ti. old Hank and Hidden Prim e aim
'was due to the stand which Waterbury
Mmashlnic. SlanitmnK Melee ItVrps
i. II., Wnler.
.... .i-i ..nd double figure. The victory In thl game ' 'riln
.Mll.vt Aue.r.n. jitm . ,,, .
Joo Rivera boxed a ten round draw here
lime le-t.i if tut' - . - eiitd ir
. tj...... ... li. .! " f.ir II. mm et ten...
erue llixn rii'm tt.
. i.eiile on llle last liailtl. "it." ..- ..i..v . leor, ii. . nui iinaxni . t v..,,,. , .,,,... w, , ... .,, lor lucre
II will taae a i. ogt r ..out .... ,. , . mainly by his et-rv Ice. liT ( Keegn .. s ' mi - 'in. -i , . , w ,,,,, ,
rounds pernillte.l ny me wise , . U.1H weakening was very l.Tiiriieri. even, .n.r.i .. e. . ", ...,..,, oecnmuiate
1..- tn t..1l tel. ell In till net- I " . . , i t . . .1 ... At tress, Ml on, t rr.init nun .,,,,'t t,s ,ti iur ii'iiisu in,,,.'.
law to tell w tin ii i , , 1 ...-ideiit and the spectator brightened up, , , ,.,.., .thlch won d mute I
. It wa a smashltii,. xiainiiui , . . . . home victory Their hope .,,., ,.,., ,ii.Toii, Kn. 11? ,.f .i.lin.nal esn, usi-h and
till the way. The y'V vv(re raised when Waterbury started the ,.,,. ts to r. -on. .n...ii.e. 10; I t,.,-,.Ht on the bonds"
allle P serving tnree lltvs, nut iwi.ril' to i. st-,mu, .1. n.-'ii. tin,. ii
the i nntr.iversy and our govern. i ae.er
iiilneil ni'lio'dlnc "f the ain Im.ii1I !'
well i, LP roved
Hefelllllg to tlMitlirbnatlllB. Mr Keil.v
s.ljs- "We aie cotivinccil tli.it there is a
great oppoi tunlt.v to (I'M to the .iiti nilon
nf II.in Itidge hi deve'.iplng mnlnrboaling
and tii that end w have been woiking
ipilctlv but tlT.s'tivelv and now have .111
tli.it Itv from the governing tnmmitlte to
i .. tti. .. nl'ins Tlie scheme 1"
fourth Usee ,vf n furlongs llojal M"- .,, Mx'tiin I'lub Is. lid Mibscrlpllon to an
fer time "'.. ..7,. ..,',,,. i,M ihev reallied
nnd lignlli he had to go between tlie m. II i (()i(t Wi,a. ,m, K1,(Ml Hpeed nnd
and with force break, them apart tretigth and vva bolstering up thu vveak-
Wolgait ctimi. in wun i iwcrcii in n , . , , ,,.,ltr. Whitney was pretl)
.t't.snpel' ' . -' IM'.I Tl.n. . I
H"iuh ri,tinl, Wnodcr.ilt Mam II, rinird, I. M
likett Vaukee Put,) and Our N .igcet .,!,.
... . .. .. .. ... . i ,i.A i'..l..,'l,,t., sl,h,t,il lite l.v
nnd arm wrapped around his ihvk. mis faggetl out by this time and Ihe , M,,T.iK.tri i, 1J In I won PM. toj i.Mur ' score of 2s to 2 on tin latter' conn ves
llnrnnrd eliiiiil l"lve Win.
The llarnaitl Schiau Ii.isKeinnii nam ne-
plan wn to get In close and whale away , ,Vf,terner pushtd along
with right or left at the .Mexican's '";', ,rll,niphe.l. :,. . The sui
hieiiilliv unii iihyi i in i t-Hconn . ii'imiiix .iinise, iui ,..,..i,..
HtiiunmrleH: , i?utntr. 1 1 to ' 1 - li'iillfci.iu hcomh! tnim In . inUminnr
Tin virtoi'n MTiiinl uam h it Hie
... i i . i. .. .i t...i..unii.a ii.xiuihi ii r i " ' iitii.iei iiKt'ii. iidiii C'liar
Alm,.l.''s style o;btil!ng;foMe.v;..sHa,.;w..lTSKV AND yTPHUPIIV V... DAVIS meiv. ,!,..., '.'. al' r
Ntled to fan Ad's nose at a safe distance, , i-uisT "1A Mi:. ' -
then, when he saw n chance, drive In w ith i ...,.,,......,...., a .1 1 ,1 : fi -17
right or left smashes to tn 1 umi i;(l,-vui . I '.' 2 t t . - 14
lnnti biMly. . HiK.'tuNl) HAMr:
game 1 1 tn ?
lllv.rM'H nose bled flinil tint hccoinl
round on, for In that session the ex
champion milled 11 left over hi opponent's
nose that brought the claret In streams.
In the third round neither heiiid Un
sound of Ihe bell at tlie lltilsh and they
battered nwity at each other until the
referee pushed them apart.
10 13 1 15
I 3 0 :-
President Harrow of tlie International
Intaglio rulsed an Interesting point yester
day; "The Keds say they will go Into
Ilrooklyn, Cincinnati and New York next
year. If they mean what they say how
about the person who have been asked
to put up money to build plants In Iluffalo,
Knnsn City, Toronto and Indianapolis
tills year'.' How much will they lose If
(illmore cub) their cltle out of his circuit
III 1915? Have they any assurance that
they will not be eliminated,
Tex Krwlti, trie catcher, w.-ik releaed
by the Newnik to the Dodgers yeslerday.
Krwin broke hi arm while catching for
tho llronklyn last summer ami was "sold
to the Indians.
KIHIfer Mil) lie Kent Idle.
C'liii'AOo, Jan. 2:1. "William Kllllfcr
will not even stmt the seuoii with the
Philadelphia National," prophesied K. E,
Hates, commander of the Kederal Leuguc'ti
legal forces, to-day. "We cun prevent
him from playing hall niiywheie but with
the Chicago Kederal." Hate urrlved in
Chicago from Iiullaiiiipoll equipped with
a number of mutt ilecllon Involving
ball players' contracts and the reserve
llnaklnx In Kin si I llounil.
Pai.m IU'.ai'H, Kla. Jan. In tlm
xenil-llnal rrund of the New Year golf
tournament II. C. Ilasklns of Sleepy
Hollow and N. L. ilut'k of Chicago ad
vanced to the llnal round through ineir
Till UD II A Mil
li.ivia-We.ir ' J J J ; ' -'J
W.it'rluiry-Whllney . .0151 --
VVat.rl.iiry. Whitney J 1 4 2 J 3 IT
llltls-VVe.tr . . . I 2 0 I 0 J 111
llV'ls-W.Mr 1 2 11 t 5 I 3 ? 15
Wutirhury-Whlinr) .. 1 0 . I 0 1 5 ! 12
W.iterl.iiry-Whltiif) . .0 0 3 0 4 0 s n
iMvlx-Wear I t 1 I 1 o 1 - f.
HP.V CNTII CASH'.
tt ., , ..r.,,i p v . VV liltnev
lutvis ana ivixir. .tit.rr
fiwNrriK ant) 5m.rns or AtTrowon.r.s. comvii-hoiu uiiu.!-4
(.AIUGES.TIIir.a,EC3UII,UKNT8. AI-SO REPAIKCOUHA.MI'-S. V I UL. A u n V t I
UNU bDULTULNU Of JMElvri' IN THIS COl-UMN.
S. G. V. 1911
lour ,..ss. tori r tourinc ..it 1, 1 1 It .,
oner liroiiKli.t'ii iiumiusi 1,11 e
II .VI 1 ' I t I 'II U M USUI
,,l..v tii.iliiv Ilasklns hlld In illxp.'Se of .,.., .,,,1 tviiiin.t. 15 Aces hy srivl'e
It v siui'r.ell. Jr.. one of the dark Inuxi xl t., vl mid Wt.ir. .11. VVaterhury and. Whit
nf ihlu event, and their mulch proved I
be the best of the day. Il:iklll.x tlnall
well In hand from the outset and ended
It at the short
Ing n pel feet .1, ,
hi the otinsnlatlon A. I . Niuthei liind
of Harden City will in. el 1! V. Statzell
t 'Vn Ilnvvirl- tPlx'iuciu
( iii.it ill t m itnu u 1
in cood mechanical condition; i '':"r,,,"",'"'"f
, ". , - r. .tt omnnctratinn tn ntltclf hlivcr. ' limn.- 1
, , . . y .. - ' Ut.llltaiiJtMV.u.. i . - - ,
J I I tl .11- S . ...1, , ,,l
Svuu. , . . : v,. ,
1 Tnn Pnnt M'.irtford. ; "f11"1" .!'.'..''" ..I'" .'u '.,1.".
A.es l.j pl.ireineni . .IMvix nnd ..." rt 1 1 ....'i.M-ii . . -ivv .? 1 s-
Wiueitni.ry ami vviiiin.et, j. K mnnthS O Q. lUSl OUl OI SllUU .""V
oil Itttt ! llltllHUl.l. itr.r tint s,,
ott n, ru
UKli te y
, out i.y .. 2 an.1'1 margin, . pinvingi v,ar t. .."i'' V.,','se"'1 vVdu' 'vulke'r excellent condition ; all new,
MZA!' i r ' tires, horn, lamps, odometer,;
in the ouihct and eniicii y n,,.,! niund-iiwiKiit p D. tools etc.: anv demonstra- SELL &
thirteenth hole by hoi- V and J Weir of t le.ul. v. II D, ""J DCDAID
.s.titi mid it. II Pealing, lloxttm
SIXTEEN YARD MAN WINS.
Clinton liil.lli' 4' nerer.
Cord's tl.'i Ileal Score In Plnelillral
The De Wilt Clllllon High School li.is
.. , V,n oi.teliisKed the High School1 PlNKIII'llsT, .N.C.. Jan, 2.1. -High score
nf Commerce live in a P. S. A. I., game mad" Uliiler perfect conditions 1 charade,
Inlernational Motor Co.
hfrvicf Stattoi .Ul I lour.
64th St. & West End Ave.
s.uo Its. II, Hurt. Mind Rsrnoine
slilebts, I ru. ler- ami Udlgdllli
Lallit. nf all niukes. llujxur
ill iisiin xi iii Alniiyi
IIIMlU'itai.! ol. Mill! on Hand
3 ton Grnmin with brewery body I-
L r, (Continental Motor) in good con-
l IIIMIIIIII.Ps I (lit IIICl.
I'V( K Mil) I.I Villi SIM. s I ( VI III IM
I'KIV VII I Ut; I.IV LIIILII I'll l I I LI lis.
Ill TII i: I III-: AM) ItLllli.V Minn.
IsMAI.I. 4 Vlls. I UK tlllll'I'IM, MI I M.I
IM., Um l'l:i( IIIIIIC I'llDM. nv. V
'11 III). li.lt.l,P. IS.I l:. -Ml) "I.
Al llls IIIIC III.M Illll II. II.W.
M II .N T II. 8 11 A VI s K II VI
. 'I'llllNP. HM ltl lilisllli;,
Mllllllt I lit 04s IM-
;?rrn,r, dilion-rcody 10 work-one day,siAtlWHOU,M;,,rijiv.!!::
bie to make hi presence fell. , ,!',,. i!'.,v,', ii,,. ii.,.. a i.- .,n ,.v ', ,7 v"' demonstration to interesteu party. , rWAT iwiouim e.Pi,in. wnr
-.".'-" . . . . a i'tiisiiiii ,-. ,u, i'-ii," 1, "".',.
. . , .1 Yurls 11ml C, W. Vunstone of Hi Idgepurt tTrr 750
Nelon llnll rnrwiiril Hlilne. (doth 1!) ynrdsl tied at !2 r.ir second and r,,l-c "
L'.iliatll i III 1 Vfll" V . .1 .. Jan. 23. Jones third. Ill foilltll position live seined !!,
..',. l.-i.irltv . the star forwaid of the 1 the .lulntii incliidlng H, c,. Sottthey of
D. L 162 Sun.
, 11H W. Kith SI.
HAItl! ,ii t unli Kr IMS iwct
Hrtou Hall iiaskelball team, were the chief l.rl.lgepo.t 1 P.. yald.). II IMi ent of Da - nj.d.rie i 'J;;;; -V,;,,, '''iioiuliir 'Lrir"
factor In tho overthrow of Ihe Spilng- ton (ID v.ilds). C. C. IMinonsotl of Clay- ' " "'' V'o.id'tl'.ii 'if paint and tins v
field Training School learn hero to-night , ton I2U yiltd), It. II. Atvili of Indliui.ip. c;u,nl Us- had er5 .diile iie lleinark
bv- 11 score of :12 to 2fi. Jones, among lulls (Hi y.itdsl and D W. linker uf Pills- T.T.ty fawirnl'le pr. e l1,'''kM,5l11 ' A1!
other things, cigitl. bcvcii Held fc-ual. butir lib yuui). ,v.u.. v ,.
IIIIIIM AMI C.Ulltl V(,l s,
V llllllllillid kin.) Sheliailil poll' . arrlB
(or fn..r .hll.lr u. lions" and add" for
sale k el' iintsed tor pieei tt mm, .net Ktm.n
l.rss "an .e unveil in 11 t-iit"i
rrufonuble oner f 11 .
.tii I lof
buk Ut fuw olllcs