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4 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1913. " ;. .... . sPORSTOBU
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I MAJORS TO "CLEAN HOUSE"
AT NOVEMBER MEETING
' .Welfare of National Game' Demands the Elimin
f ation of Club Owners Who Have Cast Re-
flections on Honesty of the Sport.'
HB C''t BY J. MAOBETJJ.
Hi'" 11 EW" YORK, Oct. 2 Organized
jjfiffil 7 ' JJ baseball seems tumbling to .
W - n :tc mit tncro's :i i'm,i-
HI to nuumu redolence; i.liat it ia
las- about time to scrape off sonio
WfffV, . f tho barnacles (hat threaten tlio
m c 5D0l'l: lll,t 'l
nl ful f- ' t0 oa' ",c "un' fl"JVij the
ifl MB mililcbt reproach. Tlic . recent
Bat--" world's series opened the. eyes of
ralro ,nn Hmguatcs, for it showed that
weB?"'-' ov"" 'n Jght of lu0 ",t)5t
M?P$r' exciting competition tho -grand old
sport ban over witnessed tbat it
Hi rr wn possible for a strain of doiibt
altfl! t0 l" ll,c Tiiindsj' of tbo most
u3lB nnjciit followers.
Tills astounding oyc-opener lc
ES -' V0''MJ'l 'u thojjiml "huiu botTTccn
n&ElfP ' t,,c '-c'' ox an'' -:"lK,lls :it 03l'
jB.J'i ' '- -It tlitt eighth, ftamu of tbo
'?ft"""' fcrriod in which the winner ly.is as
E turod of tbo world's championship,
I'y SB cs p'' naV,,, tbroo anil
y il'l Uown in tbo odd contest. .Boston
kfld tiirhU "qnt record crowds all
;C ' zoutt. But to ill Li important, paine
'! m' scarcely half fho .rogular pntrooa
fsv ' v,mc' Thcn' lycd'iHtho-Tood fans
gjiR ' 1,3,1 ,ost !lit" 1,10 Boston mau-
W U ' aetacut, if not in tho innc, and
jjlBfly. . with every reason. The "JJoyaJ
Iffffi!' ' Iiootcrs," threo hundred fitronp,
Iff Jra had followed tho American Icagno
jt M i'hampioii5 threo times to Isew
WfflV M.orli. -at a great personal expense,
pi fin Scats had becu reserved for them
QllKf at tho, Polo grounds and at l?cn-
' - Tv:iy l'ur' too seventh
JWh! wmc, Alas, that day -when they
lajj marcbed on tbo field it was dis- !
J W ' covered that tho common rabblo
t!w'r iad usurped their placen. Tho cus
ioniary legion had to squat down
IsP'-' ' ln ront of . outsider who .had tbelje '
i Uft'' customary section. It was a Taw
fli 15 ca from uo managcnieul'.a'nd way
ft? ; jv malignantly resented.
M m& 1T l 0UC0 ur'n ganic
a T'' I 1 Qno C tu's bniid cheer for a.
B rUr member of tho lcd Sox. Is'ot
H W duco did its musical collection play
Hgj& a Boston war song. JJuL it did
WB" cheer 2ow Yorl:, and after tho
panic angrily oeranadod tho Boston
aSwf management. Aud that night a.
fffittlt- boycott waa declared against, the
Wal' integrity of Iho national ptistirae.
JhB;; They were tossed hero and tlicrc
Lk' bxzk and forth, uttered aud rc-
JfiR ty. iterated until .somo who bbould
lcjjf. have , known far bettor actually
f4; ha'r believed them. Stulil and 7ic
-Snll'. Aleer wero charged with having
jeokoyed tho series, drawing it out
fcfi'V ,a' c,stou 'ight reap an ex-
MiSl: ' ra harveft in golden shekels. It
Mc was -this feeling, engendered by
tho "Jloyal Rooters," that to-
g fit5. mltcd in the dinujl ntlondaoco at
S H tl tbo Amorican league gam iu tbo
I rk if,-"' ' lilickily fr organised bastball,
U Hh 'a5t scr,cs ,vaf couduotcd
3 Bf k- shove fcUajuoioii, cpcciaUy every-
Hp; thing relating tu tbo,. dibit tlulion
; fcaBrSi . of tickets, aueh a scandal as was
jjffilfV ''on hero aod iu I'hHadelphia in
jpif. I'.'Il might havrt.butm a death blow
Dfe; to the game, for tho public waa
(Hfflrajl. oagrr to -make auy hurt of charge,
Sfcjjflflfe its cbagriu at tho disappointing
Miii and uioro tllmppoiuting
HBE management. It was tb fint lima
l9BS' in tbo history of u world's sorios
S'r ttat souio seriouA tculping scandals
K bad nut developed sr; minis which
BQt ' wcra later whitcvjishcl by tho
jRIk-; national eommT&&ion. hi tho per-
flWr-' formaucc cf which action on tho
lMl triumvirate, year hr year, left
iMWr ' further grounds for dirtatfsfntttioit
jfKjp? ' oo the part of tho great pttblic iu
r'f T f0mM- ncI)' w,th some feeling
f j'.'ff I of vitL'-faetlou that urbanized
baeball hah at Iat been driveir
to a 6tind tint is likely to rcault in
P great goxl. This refers to the Xa-
ti'nal league in particular und to
ike -whole fanulr iu general Hor
"f 9ic Pogclj tho talkatie president
of 'the Philadelphia National
. league., has been impeached for his
broadca.st tirades .against tho hon
esty of the great summer sport. His
trial will bo held in this city on
Tuesday, November 20, if lloraco
at that, time is still among the mag
nates. According; to the very best informed-
authorities. President Tom
Lyneb of tho National league has
a closed uas'o against the presumed
owner of the Quakers. " lloraco has
done far Jcsp to discredit the sport
-through wbioh ho is making a fine
livelihood than has Charles Webb
Slurphy of Chicago. But tho mi
forlunato Horace has been far less
discrete. Inrpby confines all his
title ran cos to isolated, talks which
he nonchalantly characterised as
false the niomcnfc I hoy appeared in.
typo, lloraco ran. around looking
for porsous of unquestionable char
acter into whoso cars he could pour
big startling; charges of corruption
and dishonesty. Not content with
that he rushed into print, furnishing-certain
nowspapers with sigucd
arf.iclcs and writing incriminating
letters to tho league executive- and
to his colleagues.
HORACB seems to stand alone
in his fight. .Conner frionds
have turned a cold shoulder
to him. It is the universal opinion
that ho will bo .forced out of base
ball if. ho docs not decido to re
. tiro. Lynch is supposed to havo ev
ery proof tbat ho is a disturber n.nd
a menace ot tho gamo and is bent
upon pressing tho case to tbo bit
ter end. Tt is said that tho Na
tional commission will not nllow the
National league to sidestep tho un
pleasant task of properly disciplin
ing tho boss of the Quakers. Tf
Lynch 'r circuit tries to ovado tho
point tho ''supreme court." will
take the case in its own hands.
The tip comes from Philadelphia
that Fogcl is likely to forestall jus
tice by retiring from tho head, of
tho Phillies. Tho present owners
aro willing to dispose of their hold
ings. Vogel is reported to have ad
mitted that ho is willing lo step
dowu if fair inducements aro forth
coming. In the meantime tho hot
water iu which Fogcl finds himself
has drawn the fire away from (I V.
Murphy, bclierod iu many quarters
to bo tho real instigator of nil Fo
gcl '5 t rouble. Murphy is a promi
nent member of tho "in bad" club
and it would not be at ajl surpris
ing if ho were handed a littlo sur
prise package at the special meet
ing. Novcrubor HQ. Jt comes- on
pretty ood authority that tbo Cubs
are or sale. Perhaps Charlie has
fccii the hand-writiug on the trail.
NO tears will be wasted if both
Fogcl and Murphy make
room for belter men. Thcso
two havo been a constant source of
annoyance ever since lhoy were as
sociated among tho big ring of pro
moters. For years they insinuated
again.t thu houosty of their confed
erates and belittled all the laws of
tho institution. No ono will be
horry if tbo threatened troublo falls
on them mountain high. Fogcl, at
leatt, seems doomed. Murphy for
five years has been slippery as an
cel. always wriggling nway when bo
appeared to bo lauded. Whether it
eoui'ea now or later, Mr. Murphy is
bound in .time to hang himself or
tall; himself to death.
South African Players in England.
fniuth Atrlc nt n vqumi of lnly
fiy rucby football players to fjrct ijrtt
iiln. n tn-ctliiif in tronsrMt taiim
wt cun n mat'hHl ayilnst thoni. Four
tsi mMtchftf will Im pIaM: .V.vnnhor
2-. oui Africa vs. jJrotlaiid. nt ICdln
tur?t: orpinbr.r ZQ. JToUHi Afrtou
lrl)Pf. ,at puUUnr Prcwnr-r If. Soulli
f,TlK at t"'f: Janwurv
rK ?VhSi Africa, ye Hn&Uml. at Tuitl.
rttlki). AJw it WMUrr Oullt Uxittl f
J-Vnti. r vill r'9I nt ItoriLfuux on
January It, ISi?, after the tour la com
Challenger For the
Lightweight Crown Who
Is a Clever Boxer
HOT MAKES BIG .
SUM IWSHORT TIME
Lightweight Has Earnc'cl $20,
000 in Nine Months' ;Work
in the Ring. ' v
NKW ORW'XS. Nov. .2. Who rays
tlniL hoxins is not a lucratlvo business?
In, tlic iL3t nine montlit; Joe fnjidot has
cleaned up a little over 520.000 ami tlio
cllniic.ci are thut before the year round
011L that lirj will have earned -that much
more und then somr.
Ills first flsht for the nine-month
porlod was ivltii Pal Moore In Now Or
lc3iip. in which his cud -w;ir a trifle over
ono thousand plunks. Then ram battles
with Jack ItPfliiiond, Owon Moran. Jake
Abel. Vouner Say I or. Henry Trcndall. Tiny
Temple. WUHe lllrhlo, Temple, nsaln, and
then tho Rivers battle.
In. all of these, wllli the exception of
tho fount flKbt, ifaiidot'tr jharo won
never less than 1'A'. the sum h Rot for
the exhibition with Abet in Chattanooga,
und In si'Verul of them hl. end ran us
lilch aa ?IS00. Tho coaat ffcht bro'iifcht
nearly 5000 Into tho randot-ColMimn
Ftroil box. and a feiv weks" theatrical
work in New Orleans invectrncd th pot
considerably. Th;ii .loo came back here
hud collected $15l0 .Monday nlpht for
showliiK off his fine points with Joo Shor
inati. In all tho Frrnchman'K rah lok Hbow'
trjflo over ?20.000 Hince he starfd nut
under the Coleinun banner.
Till POINT II
Schreiber Thinks Coming
Winter Will Decide Future
of American -Turf: :!
Hnmoy Schreiber. the Missouri breeder
and turfman, who Wn.j In Suit tikii t'ev
oral weeks apo. I.h hopeful of improved
coikIIlJohm in the thoroughbred world in
the near fuluro. Mr. Schreiber savH:
There l no tcllhiK what this win
ter limy biiiiK forth in thi raclnp line.
H probably will be the turning point.
, on the question of tho iiHefulnons of
thu thoroughbred In the I'nitcrl
States. In the tlivt plueo. there Is tho
request for the people of California
tovote on the Issue of rncliip. Then
comes the recent decision In the Paul
Shane onae In New York, which nniy
hnVu f-omo bemlnpr on the future
prospects of raefiip.
T'olitlwi my aid, the sport In Hot
Sn'rlncn thla winter. In 'fact, J am
almost positive there, could be vnc
in (hero if t.hc promoters vcre par;d
down ' to tho. ;.cc cpla-bta nlass. Tho
lw.iesl rnpoit.s Indicate a winter meet
ing at Charleston, hut that '-an hard
ly bfgln Vtcfore .lanuary. F.n yoiuspoi.
there la much In .pht for Mils winter
and. as I jsad before, the crop of
racinc fruit durinpr the next three or
four months will either be very Kood
- or very bad. It is the luniins: point
ln rani is affair.".
Out of tho great number of Ameri
can, owners racing today thoe w'Jio
havc .palrl their expenses throuKh thfli
purxe atid Ktako ohnaiiel can he count-'
cd on the- finsen of one. hand. John
Schorr la probably the lurcest wlniier
of tin: year, and If he hs midn a.
protlt it is duo to his Canadian suc
cc.cH. Piohably I he bel illustration nt
hnju of the possibilities of paying rac-
Inp e.vpeiiHcs comes from "Fred John
son, who hn'B carried about seven fair
horscH all the year. These- have won
many purp and somp ?tako;; yet
the npprcsato wtnnincs have not cov
ered his expenses of feeding, enter
in sr, carctxiklns, ridtr.tr anl traveling.
"I think inv horse" have won nine
teen rnccy." said Mr. Johnson, "vct
fhe sum earned ban not covered the .
stable es'penshS. A chancre for the'
better is iibholiitely nocefisjiry for I he
sport to be continued. Every year it
if pcttliif: worse. While racing, is a
sport, and a rreat institution, it i?
also mi industry that, should have '
some, protection and standing In th
community. All it needs Is good gov
ernment and recognition in ovevy
Mr. Schreiber oTfcrs the following solu
tion of the racing prole,m in Kentucky
and the same plan could he applied with
benefit to all other trackn In tho coun
try: Kentucky has tho he.t opportunity
to re-establish racing ln this cotintrv
on a.HolId foundation. Supposo th
commission eould enforce a 10 per
cent divMend to stockholders of tho
trucks In Kentucky, then order 5 per
cent or thn .surplus profits of the vrar
to different institutions ov to bei!s
trlbntctl among farmers and horso
brcedcra for the heat prtduclji tl:.
following vear: tlfn rIvc a certain
lierceutag to tho. state for good roads
or ehnrllablo institution!, the rcumln-
, ing r.O per com plus a small reserve
fund, to h- ndded to the stakes nud
purses during the nxl racing scjis-on.
Such a ni"thod would not onl.- ln
crc;Lse the value of, the thorougifbicd."
I but encourage its breeding. Owners
I 7yonld be able to pay their expenses.
I rhere would ja.t ho such n rush to
mnld w:c tracks on oven street ( or-
! 01' .,by.. Politicians and gamblers.
I Practically every cn in tnc state,
irom Ihe business jnan to the. farmer '
I would be Interested, owing to pre
mium?; offered for nlmost e'orv nro
diict of the ciirth. Crusaders Vo"uId
berate. AVith raclp- prat-tlcnllv
nerpetuatcl by the proper legislation.
bUHlncF Inijlitutloiis i-onlfi become ln-tercj.i-,i
without fear. This Is merclv
a .sugg.'silnii of what can be dolie if
Koutu. lclans will It so.
Indiana Promoters Used Poor
Judgment In Starting Racing!
IT looked liko a mad desire on the
part of the promoters to"gct money
to open the Porter track this year.
To start with, the plant was not in
condition to begin racing on. and, iu
tho second place, when the governor of
Indiana uaid ho would stop racing there,
it looked doubly foolish on the part of
the promotorH to rush blindly into thv
affair. Now it is douhtful if Porter
opCDS uii next season at all, an it looks
like a lot of good money ha been
dumped into a bole.
Had the promoter waited uuttl
spring to open their plant they might
have got by and had a good summer 'a
meeting, but they just couldn't wait,
and, reljing on the Mippocd intlueDco
back of them, they have mnde a mis
erable failure of their u'ell-mconiug
plans. They knew they were s-trong
politically, but just bow tron;r Ihov'
did not know. Had (he men back of
tin scheme taken the troublo to look
into a few littlo matters tbov might
not have spilled the hoans Tor them
In the f ir.M. plac. the governor of
Indiana is a candidate for a hich j
1 office and be vn not suing to Men-
J fice av ptkoipjI ambitions piv (o,
'let n race truck run, He gtin Iheru
ITair warning that he did not intend to
let them open up, but thev couldn't'
ce it that way. Uo plninh tnb them
he would use tin- militia, if ncclarv
to stop thom, and- tho promoters
laughed at bin,. -Hon- J,, ff,
they inquired. "Never mind how he
..in do it,- was the niibivrr glron.
H.; can t do. it.?' wis tl. rejoinder
of the ra-e. track people. aod now they
havo found out to their owu sMtwfiir
tiou that he can and nobodv could
Their manner .remind one of ibe.
Miiia the governor of Texas told the
proinofoM. of ;ho bitinimoiiaMiher
I ight tbat be would ntn thn militia
to atop the battle. A large argument
among a crowd of sports wns. silenced
by Johnnie lav, who said. "Well just
rive uio a ticket on the governor."
And lnv curdled hi ticket
In addition to confusing' mat tor at
lorter, they have now opened the wav
( for the legislature to take home nrtloii
and it a hundred io one thev pj,fg a
law uow makinrr it a felonv to owu :
racu burse, or some cqunllv drastic!
New Wrinkle Six Baseball. J
The Brooklyn National league T-ih I
new grjnd.tnnd Is fiulppl with a Mt,
pft.ii. n'vn-.r-tlr hppm -.Ki: -ahereb- the I
rlaton4 miv kept Jnfonnetl of tb- naneJ
of the bfljlen.. number or strike ,,.
l-allc und amuses In xoiltIoas of tho plny
cro on both trAnm '
Champion Who Defends
His Title Tomorrow
Suspension of Riders
Should Not Be Made to
Injury of Employers
A Kentucky racing official who Is not
a horse owner made' a good fiusryestion
last week when he declared that the
Kentucky racing commission should pas
a rule limiting or rather dothilng In
strict terms Just how far th starter can
go In-suspending ,oys for disobedience at
the post. Under the present system of
setting a hoy down for live or six days
or possibly two ve,ks for disobedience,
In nine cases out of hen the Injured nnrtv
In the whole affair Is tho lunoeeut by
stander. Hy that h meant the man w-ho
owns u largo etuble and hua a Bta Joakov
under cunt met. . J'Jukc.v
i,nT,,,S...nif'1." ,M,"n"" Permits his boy to
take outside mounts in order that lie cnu
pick mi some eosy coin. lie ncrmlLs ti.
boy to ride., ami tho boy dlsol " r
Ktarter. and Is set down for i w.S. r
o. The boy, of ours-. s , !'8MJ '? ' x, f
the Sr.t.i punishment Is nietS y.'u to
Ihe large owner, who has no one to rl. e
for him, and must put up an Inferior
The ufflclat made the suggeytlon that
dloobern the starter, and sj,oui,, ho pu j
shMl.. that he should bc preveiited froii,
tuk nc any oUtald mounts for eft
peilod. Of course. lr he disobevs ibn
starter while riding fur hl , ?
p oycr then he can b- set down for ti c
Stated time Jiid kept fron, taklir - C
mounts nt all. It Is believed that wbe
the boy in disobedient on the outs dl
mount It would be much bolt. , "n ;
vent, him from an-epUng th.-se
Mnnj-vho pwnt'Ri,fl ',Pnr,,
"Usgcsilo., offered do larl it U be a go .J
one Thero h no leal icaMin wIiV 1
hor owner himself should suffer
Chilly us he Is not at all onoerned hi ii.n
affair. A rule. lo tills effct I would I
pre latcj by the hrsc !,er To h as
star hoy under contract. lt ( zr,,
enough to get k kooiI JOy n.-.adayB w t L
out havliig lilin suspendrI iilijut half tl.V
time The vommlIon would 1 J
Per G9nhM and Gleet gct P&Utl Vksy gMotic
kU Vim ONLY dlunt which will -r IrwTT2
tmr c. NO CASK kixownlt oi
gar. oo mailer hew tt: icui or of boir Ianr."
Itmlta from iu uia mil jutenlia MnT"
ted otntJcn frcai badaeaa. PRtCRPgZS
km mJ br SCHRAMM.JOHNSQr
Governor Wilson Once
Saved Ball Game By
a Sensational Catch
JJs-Guvcriior Jvobort Crleiin of North
Carolina, in a. recent address to a Pom
ocratic fathering during the present
IMoidnntial campaign, minted an incl
''"t of his hfhool days tvH-j, Governor
oodrow Wilson at J'Javidson cullege
that .interested ball fans.
"We were poor boys," said Govcr
nor Glenn, "and had to work our Way
tnrougli, pnut'icing rigid economy. 1'l
v.-as then Mr. Wilson showed the at urn
fctuff of which he is made.
'"lie w'urlicd at-nnything- his hands,
could hud to do, sometimes a tho most
modest tasks. Mothing that wa.H honest
was beneath him.
"I was the pitcher for our baseball
team m a gamo with a rival college,
-y. ' critical stage of tho gam the.
other cullege had men on the bases two
""K'i'V1 -1 crar,t hf,ter at the b.'it.
Jf he brought In those men wo worn
Ubt. ho I threw the ball outside, but
the nali-mun madn a mighty .jump and
hit. tho ball a n-k that neemcd to nd
It up to Kingdom i.'oine. Tlt. runners
started for tho hnjiu; phtte.
'Oiif in the left field wa a loan.
Milidli1-shaiil;ed fellow. Ho Btartcd
alter that ball like ;( bullet. The
chances were a hundred to ouo be nevm
would nike it, but we. watched with
mouths open '.aipl tongues hanging
fielder hiilf :i tccond nhea.l (f 0. lie
had jumped the ditch mid with a loij"
arm and uutEtroL-hcd hand had' nailed"
it fair and suunm. nc Cot oheeis that
i'Srb n"M"1 th r00f uf thl5 2nd
?onT,l,at 'Mor was Wood row WiJ.
Uk ivsry Woman
KaV4M11 MARVEL Whirling Spray
VSScQ. Tbc ne" Vaalnal Syringo.
IrfsaR Q:r' mot?ronvnlint- Jt
AiV your Crueclt' for IOCj8) rZT
If h" caaae: urciy lh rxX fi ..&&y
MARVEL, accent lis ejhrrlLr12?
btu ttwnp for Illwu-Jtrf
bcoU-jcl-j, ItclvsifuUpJrtJcu. )S H
MAItVa CO.. 41 UitZW 3irel;M T8ik3aiF
?oiicJ?r. FVS T0. Mail rtf
Was Oneof thiI
y xif the PrescnB
Tn a C'lnipai'lMP
NVoolrow Wilsou, it.ftiiMr
didato for the prc4W5SH
thn oterj to rlcet atDtflHr
' f ' Do, not elcei rnc notflHc
arc 'going ty 2ft-f jjic jlK
1 am raptaiu a ml citW JgM t
publican scrub teams ifiH r
of me. I cannot unu;lVjB A
Governor Wihon's-rK J
terms shows tlmt thcttkiH l
has not, driven from V&iuH
drier of the j-rca: foltrffH
he has done o murji. UijH
presonr stage of roptwH
standard-bearer of lib jvBn
to a place amoa MBfl
wlio wroughl- out-ofl'VHH
disliu the. and t;ulr AatHB
il the age of I"y(jirAH!B
ing school in Au'ili; 'HKB
was : ieudcr in ntli)!t&Bflj
keen ilelight in iho tlw''iKfl
of football. LiitQr hr.naB
lumbia. S. I',. nCC ij "flijM
football activity, a'iflflvfl
David-oii c.Mlcrje, liftikKfl
baseball tenm, fodtliiR liBI
played. When tho ?itafH
tered I'rincotou in 'lVH
condition prHmU'd WsHP
live part in fbulbMIbcfJiR1
of tho gum carnHfUi IHK
football diroctur, li.kiH fi
secretary of the hwHa'K .
In this position licnaitliaB I
to become one of tk'rMBQ
the present collct'iale B'f
crucial period in ils bWWyBf ,
Wil.'ioir's football itiwUftm .;
ton in theJo carl ytinjK
were not confined iohfm y
He was" a daily attonMDl.fJp;
tiro, coaching tlic PjWJJ
gcsting vnluohlc irnprfnR u;
dividual and rjm.xB '
Frineeton played fine
'Tbe ten years '
graduation trom Tng jf
busy to permit of afirfK
and it was .not "JiP
chair of history a0".??
at Wcsloyan m 1SS3. ibXjK
part. Cluingos in too "ttp
tackling bclovf tlic JB;
t.hc team into eonfufion.-"' I
professor voiunb'cred WjjB.TT
coach, which were 'cfJB'
With two other?, wJgm
svstem of of fcn.tTC twwaBBB
h'imself to the !!'"t2
Ihe team ou the field
one of the most fSy.,
nals of Wesleyan fooW mr
In I.S90 Wileon J2Ji
ton as profe.or of iftJJLaK
politics. Only tbre
eh Kin pionsh ip :clcvcn ymL
colleqe, and thtf.
a welcome sight odC.2mK
tober to see the VX0S!fj&
denco stridn ojit
isplai'e . behind jjjjt
calA I' no wledge of .fd?3 V
won for him tho mvWBMM M,
influenlial post of I
committee on 03u3B.f'
held this position U,.uSjf
to the presidency fm gl
owes mueh 'of its ISB m
out dv stability ?7!;
of thu man 'Qj-aVBIv
for the higheyffiW Rf