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MgKf SECTION, THE SAXT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 19-13. ' . - ' ; M
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ere April 2 En
to the East
i. All tho dates have j
c the return trip of tho
the Pacific coast Tho
ivn California on March
1 bo played In Yuma,
Tho Sox -will exhibit in
first of April, and in
on tho second. The
ti will find Callahan's
aa City, pastlming with
rn leaguers. From there
Jump to St. Joseph for
ays. winding up on the
night of the eighth the
b -will bo made and the
at In rest,
ad vrlll leave San Fran
March nnd Its first stop
jtah, April 1. On the
perform In Salt Lake
hlrd at Grand Junction,
will be spent traveling.
In Des Moines tho fifth
avra the seventh and
savo Chicago tho cVcn-20.-
i days In Paso Robles.
Ill be divided. Tho first
tvro weeks' engagement
i, meeting Cal Ewlng's
flyo games, with short
ling towns between bat
regulars aro In FtIbco,
bo In Los Angeles. At
fortnight tho clubs will
The chances are they
otbor between tho time
fobles and April j), -when
gggg-U? Lowell, Mium
Hg the Money.
Hjve Tailoring Co.
j Next Opponent for .
Big Luther McCarty
ICormick Had to Hit When
t the Ball Was in the Groove
v" ii i
Mjromr, that inexhausti
gjconttrar of baseball events,
?nc on Harry McCormick,
HMted slugger of tlio Giants,
V" m haso bits aa a chnuf
HtPKd. BUl had the Moose
jjwviaenco tcam in tho East.,
Kfit)116 i?oar and Harry Wi3
r8 wnglea and covering a
Rround in ono of tho gar-
ml It1 1?, "57ra Playing" a close
MB Baltimore. Murray's team
Wi 'With two runs needed to
maa oa second, with two
oattr cracked a single to
Rj,. '"'or from second tried
twmo on tbo bit. Tho 'right
Bwew over the catcbor's bead
IKJSPW bavo been in and
KaUd probably bavo pulled
Rr for tl10 ooso.
Dinnck6 next turn at
WB3 atandins: between tbo
tho plate when the
K(Krmade 'tno bit to right
K9 ball camo oVer tho catcb
KiS.0:?.111 a lino vfith it and
Wd him, waist high. He
EL ? vat" mauled tbo sphere
Cht and cent it towering
RgSEga and acrofls the
I street. Tho ximpiro called tho runner
out for the interference and the in
ning was over, when tboro would bavo
been a good chance to tie tbo score if
Harry bad left tho ball alone.
Murray, of course, was wild. He at
onco took SlcConnick to task, in no
particular!' measured terms. "What
in tho name of Dan, Broutbers wLero
you such a fool for?" asked Bill.
"Now you've cost us at least one run,
and may bo more. That was ta fine
bono trick.' ' "Bill," replied the
Moose, in injured tones, "bow could J
help it? It was right in the groove "
An answer which will be appreciated
by all batters.
Y. M. G. A, TEAM WINS 1
FROM U 3. FIVE
Fast .Basketball Game Results
in. Victor' for .Strong. Gym
The Y. M. C. A. defeated the L. ID. S.
U. oulntuttti Inst ovenlns,- by the score of
?,r to 21. The game wis fast throughput
and started wlth the Bnlnto taking tho
lead. In a Hcrlea of faut plays Sey$y
and Williams soon ran up IS polntB, but
TL,. D. S. lost the lead and the V boys
hie- from behind won easily, . .
For tho V. ,M. C. A. Wilcox, at loft
forward, ployed tho star gamo, throw nff
a majority of tho basket and making
nine of twelve trials from tho foul line.
It was tho first hi jrame of the season
and much Interest was manifested, us
from the result, forecast of tho high
school dlvlofou moot to toko place soon,
del ended. The Saints .were supposed to
have a chance for victory, and high,
school players preHent seemed of the
Snlnlon that they will take the Gold and
?o measure in tho coming touma-
mBesldcM the playfnsfof Wilcox that of
Korns. Smith and Parker ..chocl at
times the BenoatbnaJ. Smith, the bip
editor of tho Saints' five made, aeveral
sensational throws and more than onco
nushed tho ball through tho net on a
i la lump. Parker, at tho opposing poal-
rtn made enmo exceptional throws from
the T'mTdficld. wSifi i KornVe defens work
'ToSfmy' Fitzpatrlck refcroed, tho
O B Gingrich acted as tlmekeop
can'd Coach Sllllor was offinlal scorer.
Tlio llncun follows: & T 3 U
Tv5SvSiiftin). . -if j. " Wglinw
Rlorrleon '111'.','.'.. Smith
Fl SAYS BHIJIli if!
ILL Fill FOURTH
Gives Dahlen-S Team .Credit
.for More Strength Than Is
. - Generally Conceded.
A Cincinnati basoball fan places the
four first-division clubs for next year
in the following order: Pittsburg,
Philadelphia, Now York and Brooklyn.
This will bo interesting dope after
the Beaaon is, over. Tho Pirates and
the Giants are suro to bo up thero. Both
aro strong clubs, ably handled. Tho
Piratos especially look ver3' 1ve a'
anccd, with an oven pitching strength,
which should carry them a long way
in the race. With McGraw in charge
the Giants will always play better than
the- know how and their pitching- will
surely be good enough to keep them up
But the other two clubs aro vastly
overrated. Tho Phillies year after
year are totitod aB contenders, only to
bavo their slowness and inferior meth
ods of play and discipline keep them
back in the ruck. Thero is no reason
for believing that even a chance in
the administration of the club in Phila
delphia will make a strong club out oi
an average one. Tho Phillies cannot
possibly finish better than fourth, and
will not very likelv do as well as that.
Thoy have never been feared by the
leading managore. and tho result every
year shows that the smart leaders were
right in their diagnosis.
As for tho Broolrlyns. seventh place
should surely bo the hignest point they
can possibly reach. Tho club has some
high-class players, but is poorly bal
anced and lacks aggressiveness to a
marked degree. It is a n'oko to con
sider it as a first-division outfit under
Tho Bostons, uuder George Stallings,
aro reasonably sure to beat out Brook
lyn and to put up quite a fight for a
respectablo position in the race.
But tho Brooklyna aro trailers and
will always bo so until tho ontiro Fys
tem at Brooklyn is changed for a more
advanced and progressive method. Ac
cording to the present dopo on the
clubs, tbo probable first division teaim
in the National league arc the Pirates,
tho Giants, tho Beds and cither the
Cubs or the Phillies, with a bare chance
for tb Bostons to break into fourth
place', in case Evors goes to pieces at
Cleveland Releases Three.
CLEVELAND, O., Jan. -i. The Cleve
land America Lcaguo club today an
nounced the release of three players to
the New Orleans Southern League club:
Outfielder Hendry, obtained from that
club last fall; Pitcher Brenner, a Wis
consin league recruit, and Third Base
man Kibble, who came from tho Port
land. Or., Northwestern League team.
WAUKEB BROTHER8 BANKERS.
Stockholder' Special Meotlno.
wntlnn Is hereby given that a special
maSlne of th" stockholder of Walker
Rratbera Bankers, a corporation, will be
hnrt and hold at tho office of said cor
ESiVtlon No. 171 Souvh Main street,
rwffir' Bank building). Salt Lake City.
ffto.1i on Saturday, tho Uth day of Jan
uary.' 1013. at the hour of 10 o'clock a, m.
0S?ddmaeUnjr will he had and held for
the ouraoao of oonilderlng, and If an
nrSvod. adopting: (1) An amendment to
Srtlclo 7 of the articles of Incorporation
Sf akld corporation, so a to Increase
ifi cHDltal stock of the corporation from
MM 008 S 5500,000, divided Into B00O
Shires of the va value of $100 each; (2)
5S FfiiendmSnl to article Sof said artU
rfci bo aa to Increase and make tho
number of directors of said corporation
fifteen Lnstaad of nine.
Bald Btockholdera' meeting. colled
nnrHuant to a resolution of the boord of
Sireetortf of paid Walker Brothora Bunk-
erfl' B. O, HOWARD.
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Official Schedule of the Y. M. C. A. Com-
mercial Basket Ball League Season 1913
Halllday Telephone Con. Nat SaltLako Hcnager'a Parks
Drug. Company: Bank. Hardware. Bus. Col. Jewelry.
' AEEOfklH! Feb. 5. Jan. 15. Jan. 29. Jan. 22. Jan. 8.
Halllday Drug UrrHulAL Mar. 12 Feb. 19. Mar. C. Feb. 26. . Feb. 12.
Feb. 5. CTAIIiniUPC Jan- s- ,Ta,u --' Jan 15' Jan 29
T.elophonc Company.... 12. wlttnUlllUw Feb. 12. Feb. 2G. Feb. 19. '. Mar. 6.
Jan. 1G. Jan. 8. DIIEIB ICHCFfi LC1- B- ' Jun- 23 Jan 2"-
Con. Nafl Bank Feb 19 Feb, j2. r UDLIarilCUl ar. 1S. Mar. 5. Fob. 23.
Jan. 29. Jan. 22. Feb, 5. iu TUC Jan. S. Jan. IB.
Salt Lake Hardware... arar 5 Fcb 2G ar. 12. "t Feb. 12. Feb. 19.
Jan. 22. Jan, IB. Jan. 29. Jan. S. AITLAKF Feb. 5.
Henascr's Bus. Col.... Feb s Febi 19 arar. (7. Feb. 12. vnl B kHfib jjar. 12.
! ' Jan. S. Jan. 29. Jan. 22. Jan. 15. Fcb. 5. TRIRIIMF
Parks Jewelry Feb 32 Map B Fob; 26. ' Fob. 19. Mar. 12. HlflyUWE
Executive officers Robert B. Porter president; Henry Richardson, vico president; Oscar B. Gingrich, secretary-
-vr-mairors James Jack. Halllday Drue; company; Stephen Carmen. Salt Lake Hardware; C.B. "Whitney, Henager's
BusalneM collcS; W. B. Clayton. Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph company; .V. N. Walters, Boyd Pari: com
pany; 'J', W. Bovcr, Continental National banlc
Cantalns Varsil Hammond, Halllday Drug company; Alma Gunti, Boyd Park company? Homer Holslngton, Hena--or'ir
Business college; Oeorgo HoffmanSalt Lalco Hardware;. Edward WIIcos. Continental NoUonal bank; John Grund
.f"or, Mountain States Tolephono & Telegraph company.
COACH ROBERTS ARRANGES SCHEDULE
FOR B. Y. U. BASKET BALL SQUAD
THB B. T. XT- basketball schedule
hae been arranged as follows:
Saturday, January 11 Old
Saturday, January IS L. D,
Saturday, January 25 Salt Lake High
Saturday, February 1 B- Y. C,
Saturday. February 8 U. of L.
Friday, February 14 A. O. U.
Saturday, February 15 B. T. C.
Saturday, February i2 IJ. of U.
Saturday. March l A- C. U.
The final five games Provo plays on Hb
own floor. Tho others aro played out
of town. Immediately after the sched
ule Is finished tho Provo team will take
a trip through Idaho and Wyoming, ploy
ing the leading teams In that country.
The B, Y. has full toamS in wreEt
Hntr and boxing and Is after moetH with
any coIIokb or school teams in the state.
The athletic department of the B. 1. U.
Is recognizing all thosq snorts In counoc
iinn wfth tennis, gym team work and the
Htandanl events lr allowing tho athletea
the chnnce to win their letters in thorn.
Formerly athlotlo honors wore confined
to basketball, baseball and track.
Another strong effort will be made to
get football allowed in tho school and
now that tho gamo has beon so nioalileu
that the danger of Injury Is reduced. It
Is likely that tills popular gamo will be
revived In the church schools. Tho B,
Y. U.- football team of 1S97 and 1898 won
the state championship. Tho tcam was
considered at tho tlmo to bo tho best
football aggregation In tho Rocky moun
tain district. Followers of tho gamo
will remember the fierce lino plungers,)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Jan. i Connlo
Mack, manager of the Philadelphia
Americans, today announced that his
sciuad of playors will leavo here for the
southern training trip on February 2.1.
Tho players will train at San Antonio,
and from March 1 to 14 games will bo
played every day between the regulars
und the San Antonio team. Tho squad
will bo divided into two teams on tho
homeward Journey and g-amea will bo
played with clubs In tho Bouth.
Tho regulars will play a series at nomo
with tho Philadelphia Nationals bogln-
Hydo and Larson, and the Invincible
ends, LaFover and Otterson. Tho lost
gamo this team played with the Salt
Lako Crescents -ended in a free-for-all
fight In which players and spectators
participated. Tho camo has beon Im
proved and the attitude of spectators
completely changed since those fighting
days and thero is no reason why It
should not bo restored. Provo has aomo
good material and could bo back in the
running within two or three years If It
had tho chance. Coach Roberts was cap
tain of the hist team tbo school had and
he Is eager to see It started again.
nlng April 1, and up to tho time the
championship neason opens on April 10.
Gym Boys Mount Tower.
Through tho courtesy of E. B. Buhner
of the Walker Bros, company a party of
iilnoty-flvo boys of the Dosorot gym
hnalum wore taken to tho top of the.
Walker building tower yesterday "morn
ing, from whero a magnificent view of
thH valley was enjoyed.
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, worthy, conscientious and oklllod, look
to Tho Tribune Wants for employment.
I Cooks, maids, waitrossos, second girls
all tho vast army of bouaohold "workers
Consult tho Wants.
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TINKER SHDWS HIS 1
ffltEOEE OF Iftl 1
Realizes Weak Spots of Reds I
and .Will Secure Taleni
Necessary io Win. 5f . j !
Manager Tinker has takcu hold of in H
tho Cincinnati club in au encouraging II) B
manner and has already shown more f H
knowledge of iho nceda of tho Red If 8
tcam and how to Xill thorn than some !Q(
previous t leadors have iu several WL
months time. Joo has" laid his liuea !fi
for tho Bocuriuj of a first-class catvh jj S
er, whick is the maiu necessity at tltt i gj
present time. Hq is lryinjr.xor three I B
men, all good performers, aud tho team B
will bo strengthened by the addition ot m
any ouo of tho three to tho Jted list. ijl
llo will try hard for tho mun he ifl
likes, beat, bnit has not lost sight oi I m
the fact that, in case ho cannot got his n9
first choice, he will have to be satis- "j jjjffl
ficd with another man. Ho is over- i tf
looking nothiug iu bis efforts to bol- j
ster up tho spots which simply have io
to bo strengthened and he is showing ill
a hustling disposition aud a keen .iudg- I j U
ment of rllayers which augur well for ' m
his success as a collector of a i'nsl :' &
With a Bmart, speedy baclcstop, tbe . , g
Beds will look like a pretty good ball j S
club and this was the first thing that M
Tinker observod when he looked over c ft
tho ground here. He did not trust to Hj
chance, bat wont right to work to get ij
the best man available for tho post be- j f
biud tho bat and he is certain to land jjf O
somo ono within tbe next two months j?' M
who will be able to help a whole lot j? jffl
back there. a! Ii
Tinker is. now ongagod in looking 5fl
over tho reserve lists of the other clubs ij'jll
and piclting out men who may poasi- 'iJloHl
bly bo of use hero, It is a cinch that utfH
nono of theso will be allowed to get tuH
out of tbe league when tbo time corue.t f9
for asking waivors on them. Joe is I!'??!
not a believer in cuantity on a ball Bfiffl
team, much preferring quality, but he J81
is willing to tako a chanco on a good WH
many catchers and outrioldors in ov 'mru
der finally" to secure tho Tight men. iflfli
Ho waivod on Miko Donlin bocauae bo
preferred Bomo 3'oungor and more ac- l! D9
tivo man for the outfield, but thero jtyflfi
aro a lot of youngsters being held in jfjS
resorvo by tbo other clubs in tho lea- 3u
gue who will have to bo disposed of lliffl
beforo long and the .Bed leader will be mm
right thero with the offers for them Jin
when tho waiver lists como in. Jfl
By tho' time the team goes south tbe jj ttH
first of March. Tinker will bavo prom-
ising candidates for every position, I Mm
with very little chanco of tho Beds bo- Wjlj
ing decidedly weak in any one spot. '
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