BMI " THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING., APRIL 28, 1912. SIl
I DREAM OF A LOBSTER FIEND By Winsor MccJI
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I Big League Magnates
Anxious About Stars
By T. H. Murnane
III In gfiea oeen wie unat h a blT lesgae
Claoi ;-tIk he ie ninc bark" lie ralla on all his
best friend to "hoort" iilm with tho publlr. Now
whether ihf apr-Mes to the following eulORT of
nbrtoty MaihBwon is something Ujt fiuui . mu'.
decide for UMOlSOh c. Tim MtirDae, "na of 'tie
it rone-J writers on Ixuehall. V.rs tutrrer'lnc
views on the probmb'.Mttes of tte racou In the
two tig leaguei.
7"IIAT p flood of disappointments
with the seasonnnly ten days old:
Rx -champion plavrrs drawing down bis
salaries for poor work, and the Mub
tiroratin jvorryi!fls to death, fearing the
:; reliable players will not come back,
v.iilrh inar the los of at least $100,000
where great teams lo pieces col
lapse tut Miev often do in baaebalL
Msi?n:iis know Uiat ro eel tho big
money they in:Rt have a tefljn In th
rc f. Till? Is i -:,., true of the cities
.r New Vork. I'hiladelpliiH. Chicago 8ml
St Lou, with Pittsburg the most un
reasonable ;irm:' of baswall fans in the
world, simply because tlvv havn n li
nked to naive line cluh each season".
I feel quite certain 1 that New Fork,
rittybiire: j-t.c Um Phillies will soon pel
hrk into their pj-opcr BtrlO 4v6 for?"
to tho front, but not so sure of the Chi
H rHKO Cuh. This remarkable dub Is on
H i ho down rrade. They are no!, foared
B nnr more, and It wiM tnko not only the
I hustling of Frank Cbar.ee. but a ! new
makers to start the CuM on the right
road There are brains to burn tied up
T:th .Miirpl-.vs bo.vs, and they will no
il'-ubt work rheJr way Ui a good position
ve?. Their chancea for the honors, how
ever, l.p- vanlfhod like snow hrforo a
i.. i gmi w'' the present Hnenp.
Frank SelMt left a great ball team fo
i"i;in. and UurpHy. wonder how muofc
Mr. sei( ua.- appreciated by those who
it ! In'io soft berth as the result
hlB goctd Judcmcnt?
jma-AN'S Ipgratltude to man makes.
1V1 oountlo?s thousands " mourn."
FrenJc Eelee. tjjtie of th pamest feHowa
thai ever crossed the pike, . ailed on Chi
I'ae.'i friendP. or his friends in folorado
lild. for a little ahl as he wai slowly
nsttlnp siway li the shadow of the
Kooky mounteitlK. Did be get it?
'Jn!' from toe (Tid Roman. Tominkev .
nnd otheiTi not under ohllKntionB.
There i1 hound tO be a ic-al raoe In i
tho Kational league ir,! season. Yon
rnuet ink" your medicine in baeeheJl, i
paiit glory ount for Utile. I look fbr
ti'.e N-w York ';;inti to forge to the
front U1 a f days, ond it tmII then ho
a'- after McGrovw'a boys
The Boston BniVsa will bo u'S pt- cent
tronger than last year. There can be
found fans in this cftv willing to wager
high hats that .Toh'i Ward will land nis
i"om In the first division. T can't see a
position as-high a that for Ward thi
year with the talent on hand. Kling is
itching fully up to his beet work for
ihe t'hicago fulls This veteran has en
thused over hia new joh and tho Boston
tans, cs well a', playrt--. Jlke his work
. nid his manners.
The American league will soon settle
down to five oluba. four looking for the
Athletics' scalp. Detroit Is doing much
better than wa looked for, and with a
pitching staff Hush Jennlnfrs can count
nls team in the running.
The Boston Red Sox look better than
at any time since 1904 As a bitting
team thev have few equals and the play
ers are young and full of confidence.
The speed boys are euro of the first divi
sion, with a i'lno 'hancc to climb higher,
with a weather 'e out for the bljr
mone. Connie Mack- will have no Uriie
this sumnwr for a vacation to Kurope
or a visit to th new Irish parliament
The Highlanders got poor start, but
will get together later on. Atlanta
proved a poor training ground and Far
reH's men are far from j?oo( condition.
St. Louis will do better than last sea
son. This mail George St oval will prove
a blp hnlp to tho Hedges boys.
GRIFFITH will win more eames for
Washington than were pulled off by
the Senators ia6t season. .Ilmmie Calla
han must sill) experiment with the Chi
cago Whit, Sox. He is still forced to
depend roo mimh on lid Walsh. That
Jlmmle will got there in time is mv
hofisi h-Hrf. T can't see where Harrv
Do vis is any Improvement over Stoval
in getting results. It was Connie Mack's
disposition and kind heart toward his
players that made him a great manager:
.ilso a' keen knowledge of the pa me. Da
vis Is not built on the Mack model. He
has the players and should finallv jret
the results, backed by Charley Souier?.
a king anions sportsmen.
Here is hoping that all of the rood fel
lows do well, and this goes for the mi
nors as well as for the majors, and for
the magnates and players alike.
Wjtlj the single exception of Chrlstv
Mathewson no pitcher now before the
American public can be compared lo Ed
die Plank of the Philadelphia Athletics.
Mathewson Is the living wonder among
baseball pitchers. Radbouvne, Clarkson,
Tim Keefe, Charley NichOU. Amos Rusie
and Charley Bufflngton will long bo re
membered for their great work in the
box for the- National league, but all were
lacking In the qualities as a whole, that
wont to make up a Mathewson for a
dozen years. For Individual work It
would bo Impossible to Imagine anvthlnp
more brilliant than the. pitching of Char
ley Ridbourao for Providence in 'S4. Rad
petered out after two or three years of
fltie work. Hero we nnd Mathewson,
After twelve years on the ball field, about
as cood as ever.
Mathewson is the one pitcher that tries,
apparently, to put every ball over the
plato foY a strike. No other man ever
adopted The same line of defense. Ma
thewson pitched every- hall with the same
preliminary motion, shortening up with
men on bases, but pitching the different
curves and shoots with the same prelim
inary swing, making It Impossible for
tho batsman to call the turn.
1 Mathewsnn's assortment, consists of a
fal high hall, a drop, sharp out nine
an-J hit fade-away ball, or inshoot, first
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Proxidenco club, who still holds the rec
ord in the major leagues for strikeouts,
with nineteen turned in at the Boston
South End grounds In '84
HAVING perfect control, and ftevei
wasting a ball, the batsman inusl
guess the style of ball that Mathewson
is about to deliver. If you guess right
Mathewson 's curves are not hard to find,
a they ana always over the plate, but
the trouble is that the batsman is forcd
to Kuesa. and he will seldom get the samo
curve twice in sueceesion. the proposition
settling down to a case of calling the
turn. i"atchers need no signs to catch
Mathewson. and signal tipping becomes
a lost art with Matty in the box.
Working along these lines, you seldom
find Mathewson extending himself. And
for this reason, t Is more than llkelv that
unless physically unfit for work, the
greatest, pitcher of them all. will T.a :i
factor In the game for years to come,
simply because He has perfect control,
while sending the ball over the plate, to
break In four different directions. I
spoke of Eddie Plank, who has shown
remarkable form with the Athletics, now
on his twelfth year with the Athletics.
Plank Is a left bander, using a cross
fire lie. has excellent command and a
fine knowledge of working his man
With a straight ball on the outside of
the plate and a sweeping curve a.cross
the plate he has performed successfully,
always working under a strain, and really
effective only against certain clubs,
while to Mathewson all players look
alike, the free hitter. moTe apt to find
one of Mfltty s curves than the careful
player. In the games last fall against
the New York Giants, Jack Coombs of
the Athletics, worked along the same
lines as Mathewson and did a remark
ably fine piece of work Coombs's com
mand was v.ot equal to that of Mathew
son s but his line of attack was superb
and a great surprise to the National
In the first game of that series the
first twelve balls delivered by Mathew
son were strikes, missed or called, the
fielders knowing the ball will be over the
plate, are in better tune for fast. Inter
esting fielding, and will not become wor
ried with men on basea; It also kills off
base-running, as the catchers are in a
position to throw after taking: the ball.
Mathewson can depend on his support
while Plank is continually looking for
With Eddie Plank it la a case of hard
work, while the Now York box man oould
pitch six good games in one week as
Radbourne and other groat pitchers did
years ago, and never feel the eTfects.
The one great trouble with the young
pitchers of the present day Is lack of
Mrs. Flubduli Why shouldn't women
servo on Juries?
Mr Flubdub r suppose the courts are
afraid a husband and wife might be
drawn on the same Jury. Puck.
Cohen Goes to Idaho.
Morris Cohen, who has been working
for Joe Dlnkelsplel, left for Wallace Ida
ho., whore he will run a turf exchange
With him wont Alex Aubrae, one of this'
JD Thoao sufferin it from weak
Br nesses That hap the pleasure'
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Coupon 1 hey bave more rejuvenating.
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host known telegraph operators In the
country; also some well-known clerks,
who have been working In the rooms
I Henager Ball Team.
The Henager baseball tam has been
Organised The boys elected Arthur
I Davis captain.
Are You a Perfect Man?
If not, visit me at my thoroughly equipped offices. For years the
business and professional men have acknowledged me as the best
qualified and most eminent Specialist in Men's Diseases in the
entire 'Vestern country.
To be strong Is the aim of every man, and yet how many we find who are
wasting the vitality and strength which nature olvea them. Inatead of develop
ing Into the strong, vigorous young fellows that nature Intended them to be.
they find 'hemselves despondent no ambition to do anything. They struggle
aimlessly along, sooner or later to become victims of that dread disease, ner
vous debility; their finer sensibilities blunted and their nerves shattered.
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Chrnnir fat Ir have an old case that has been hanging on for
uiuua voaca months and which medicines from doctors and druggists
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and Slcin Dianrflpr Kruptlons. pimples, swellings.rheumatlsm.
01000 ana K, lvisoraers urlc acld Mu UiS01.der8. QCZf.ma. Don t
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I Bladder Trouble and Kidney Disorders g acde;
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Nrvni Mam not sick in bed- vet HARDLY. This Is how vou
lerVOllS men ABLE TO WORK EVERY DAY, feel: There is usu
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your memory is poor, your mind wanders: you are hollow eyed; you are fearful
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BLOOD POISON, that dreaded affliction which discourages and depresses
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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, 1&9J SOUTH MAIN 8TREET.
Dally hours it a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays. 10 a. n. to 1 p, pj.
By Wm. Service
The Slt-Sgaor team to play Eureka todar '"ill
travel with the Eafloa OB their excursion to
tha mlolriK r.imp ami la one of tha trrongaet
soccer leama avor gottflo together Id Utah. Tb
lineup If: Goat. Hhaplnnd (Utah Copper); right
back. HejTvood (Utah Copper): left f.a.'lc. Gra
ham (Rio Grande); right halfback. Brarha (Og
'ien). renter halfback, oth (Rio Oranda); left
halfback. Adamton. captain I Utah Copper): out
side right, i.'usworth (Salt f,Uo; Inside right,
Thoinpaoi) (l.'mh Copperl ; ceoteT. Aoaeil (8lt
Lake); Inclde left, Young (Rio Grande) out
slje left, Johnson (Ogden I ; reaerre. Prim" (Sail
I..ikn), Munroe (Hlo Graode) . manager. William
Service (Salt Late).
The tie game between Salt Lake and R'.o
Grande -will bo played neit. week, piobabb
Wednesday evening, on th high scimoi cam
pus. The Sal; !.ak Unoup will ho .-banged
somewhat, a Ridge will ba out of ?he game
for two weeks on awount of injuries received
In tho game las) Paiurilay. and tha team la
practicing hard to get Into coudltloo for the
j t'tah Copper wsn unable to raise a team to
. play Og.l'n nnl 'he game therefore goes to Og
deD. hftie learn v.111 meet Eureka at Ogden
i on M.iy i In a game to o,uahf (or iie final.
Ropoits from the International game ptared
a' Glano- ear!-- this month between Fnglan-I
and Scotland Mato that lCi.000 persons paid
admission (o the grounds and thousands were
nirne't away. The game resulted lo a draw, one
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the greatest boon to sufferers from CONSTITUTIOXAL BLOOD MSJB
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lutely cures in one treatment. No matter how long you have DtfW,Sv3flBWM'
works like mnsic. My experience with it permits me to state VyJljSLf
-t Is the greatest discovery of the ajre. and that all the symptoms ol l"aBB
ed disease. Including ulcers, eruptions, sores of ail kinds, disappear tfW
eredlhly shor1 time I am the ONLY RKL.IABLE S PECU LIST J "J jm ,
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Please note change of address to my new location, where you mM
me free; at my commodious and elegant suite of offices. j
No Pay Unless Cure! I
Drains, Urinary Diseases, Varicose Veins and All Disea 1
culiar to Men Cured or No Pay. J j
Men, Don't Lose HopeI Cure When Others Fai I
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dealt with physicians who failed to effect a cure on account .if lrtely3j
for symptoms Instead of making an exhaustive diagnosis? My "?fi tt
'vfals the origin the cause the first starting place and actus- ""JrfK
which symptoms and complications arise, enabling me to delve to iw gm jf
2f2 trouble and giving mo the advantage of striking at th"JSoW ft
disease, thus forcing the symptoms to disappear entirelv. thereby rew .
final cxlstenco of the Game. I 1
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION fV&'Jm
BLOOD ANALYZED CHEMICALLY AN Q MICROSCOPICALLY WHE" ' I
ES5ARY (FREE). ,mtitW
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cost less than you will have to pay any other specialist In S'1 L ! tj
State Medical Ctof
Houra 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10-12 only.
Room., 1-12, 263 South Main Street. Salt Lake City, UU' ML!
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