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Champion Soxi:Intactfor 1913
President McAleer Jo 'Stand Pat9
Boston Owner Not" to
Purchase Any More
Players Team One
- of Youngest in Majors.
Boston. Oct. la "We have abut up
shop. We're out of the. baseball mar
ket. We have all the players we want
for 1913. We're satisfied with what we
hare. No more purchases or trades."
This Is the last word of James R.
McAleer, president of the world's cham
pion Red Sox, last Saturday. It means
that Jimmy McAleer Is satisfied with
his team, that he will start next season
as he finished the past season. And,
confidently. It means that he expects
to do as elk next jear as he has done
this year or better.
He la confident that be .will win the
1913 pennant more decisively than be
won this year's, even If the opposition
Is stronger. ,
McAleer Is the first major league mac
nate to announce that he Is out of the
baseball market, that he Is satisfied with
what he has. He breaks all records of
early announcements. The others will
be builng and selling and trading- until
well Into next season. But McAleer has
nil he wants. He has "nothing; to do
till to-morrow." He need not worry all
The Red Sox president retains all of
his present regulars and substitutes. He
has purchased one new outfielder, Walsh,
of Fall River, and two new shortstops,
Scott, of Youngstown. and Carlstrom, of
Lawrence, in the New England League.
He has exercised his option on Harold
Janvrin. the ex-Boston high school In
fleldcr, now with Jersey City.
He stands pat on his catchers.
The only new men not yet mentioned
whom be has purchased are Pitchers
Van Djke. of Worcester: Brant and
Martina, of Beaumont. Tex.: Watklns
and Aliisworth. of Youngstown, Ohio,
and Foster, of Houston, Tex. He has
also recalled Leonard from Denver.
McAleer Peer. Into Fntnre.
McAleer Is looking farther Into the
future than 1913. That Is why he has
taken on another outfielder, two more
shortstops, and so many pitchers. He
has to count on the eventual retirement
of one or more of his peerless outfield
ers; also on the time, some day, when
"Heinle" "Wagner will quit, notwith
standing that Wagner, for instance, is
going better than ever this year. But
"neinie" has been eleven years In base
ball and the outfielders need more than
the one substitute they now have. It Is
not too early to begin the selection and
training of future stars.
McAleer may well be contented with
his present team. They won this year's
pennant, and next year they are bound
to Improve, for nearly all of them are
Size up the great outfield trio, for In
stance. Tris Speaker Is only, twenty
three, and has been in the game but five
years Harry Hooper is twenty-four.
and has placed league baseball only six
years before this. Dully Lewis is Hoop
er's age, with five years in league base
ball before this year. Hendrlkson Is
twenty-three, and has been but three
years In the professional game.
The Infield is a bit different. The men.
as a rule, are older. Here are their
ages, and the years they played profes
sional baseball before 1912, respectively:
Stahl. 31. 9; Yerkes, 31, 6; Gardner, 25.
B; Bradley, 25, 7: Engle, 28, 10; Krug, 23,
3; Wagner, 28. 11: Ball. 29, 9.
Bill Carrigan is twenty-eight, with six
years league experience before 1912:
Cody's figures are 24, 4, and Kunamak
er's. 22, 4. Which provides a catching
staff for a long time to come.
Youtnfol Bunch of Pltrfsers.
The pitchers are efven younger. Here
are their ages and ears respectltvely, in
professional baseball: Wood. 22, 6; Pape,
21, 3; O'Brien, 28, 4; Collins 25, 4; Bedtent
22, 2; Hall 26, 7.
All of the new men purchased are
This roster gives McAleer thirty-three
men from whom to choose his pennant
chasers of 1913. with all of his regulars
and substitutes now In good condition
with years of baseball ahead of them.
The purchase of two new short-stops
not only provides recruits who may fill
Wagner's shoes some day. but young
sters -who will fight Krug for the priv
ilege of substituting for tne Sox cap
tain. Walsh has been touted as an ex
ceptionally clever outfielder, and will be
riven a trial.
The new crop of pitchers will be care
fully tried between now and the open'
tne of next season. From them, a, left
hander will likely be picked for the regu
lar team, Collins .being the only port
sider who has been on McAleer" s playing
staff this year.
McAleer evidently believes that with
the confidence born of this year's suc
cess, his U12 team will play even classier
baseball next year, as young as tney
are. most of them are seasoned players
now. But the confidence inspired of vie
tory ought to make them better still.
' CLDBS IN HE GAME.
Mercnrr aad WiTtrlr olt Contest
on Even Terms, 6 to 8.
Mercury and Waverly played a tie
game yesterday on the Arsenal grounds.
6 to . The game was well contested
and hard fought throughout
-RnTihl Grace, tne Mercury quarter-
hark, ran his team with excellent iudu
menu besides making several long end
CarrolL of Mercury, proved an ex
'cellent backfleld man. getting into nearly
every play and gaining consistently
through the Waverly line and around the
ends. Hale and O'Leary played their
usual steady game. For Waverly
Kowsns.' Sharpe and CMeara were
prominent. Line-up and summary:
Upton.. U .
Rran., L. T.
Htrdrlfl. U T.
L .1. R T-
?iectnn. Ia K.
Tnonms, I T.
Brohlar, U G.
J. Frr C.
Bnckhaltx. B. G.
R. Ft7, R. T.
Oraj. B. K.
Graor, Q. 1!.
Canotl. X. H. B.
(ruar. P. B
Hole. B. H. B.
In-Mean. R. g.
Jlarbew. Q. B.
Kowans. I H. E.
Thorpe. F. B.
Blcsnuo. n. aa. o-
Tardella for Rran. Bran
or Walters. HeaJT lof'Bmun. aiercurj noosaop
B. Frre. Ttasanootni uracv
rnSs UfAnuU. Head 1
Baton ana miss. Iliwn rjm ma
York suras Heekert Asoila. y
Tork. a.. Oct. 2a-Gorge W. Heck
Iert, who for the last three seasons, has
managed the Trenton-Tristate League
team, last night was elected manager
of the Tork club for IMi Heekert win
are fun away. The association will be
reorganised, and I a stock company will
be formed. An effort win be. made to
get flftjr-jnea Whip wm -Invest Wft each.
?Heck? wir.be la fall chart and. will
lEZUOH TO tTJEEUE
Fred Nellson. former coach of
the Georgetown University foot
ball team, has been selected to
umpire the scholastic series, and
together with Jack Gass, will of
ficiate the Business-Western game
to-morrow at Union League Park.
, Western will put Its strongest
team on the " field to-morrow,
while Business will enter the bat
tl confluent p' vlr'orv. s '
Stenographers win have a fast,
heavy team, and one which Is fit
to battle any high school team In
Hume swum club -
WINS MsT liAME
Local Eleven Takei Lively Hatch
from Fort Washington,
Score 5 to 1.
Before a crowd of nearly 500. the Wash
ington Soccer Club defeated the eleven
from Fort Washington yesterday, at
Clpltal City League Park, 5 to 1, in a
fast and exciting game.
Yesterday's contest was the Initial
game of the season for both clubs, and
tne piay was not up to the standard of
either club. The Washington team
showed lack of practice, in passing the
ball and also In kicking, although Capt.
McGinty, of the locals, made two goals
from difficult angles. The all-around
work of Davis, Denehee and Capt. Gro
gan of the soldiers was noteworthy,
while McGinty, Neilson. Hodge and
Cowan played well for the Washington
Next Sunday the locals will meet the
Sons of St. George, of Baltimore, either
on the tatter's grounds or at Capital City
League Park. As the local club will
practice three afternoons this week. It
should be able to put up a much better
game next Sunday. Line-up and sum
Fcnaman. I B.
1Mb-. I H. B.
Brits, ft H. R.
Cowan. It H. IS
Jidt. O L.
Hodte. I U
MpflintT ICantl. ft
Nejlson. I. it
rutij. u n.
Ilrmir. R. B.
Itrracr. U H B
f.roean (Cap-). '- R- B.
eenua. It- H. B.
Wlet n I
IterinS. I. L.
fadola. I. R.
Sottm. O. K.
Hobcrtson. O. R.
Goala-McGint? fa. Hndie Cowl Jftwwrura and
Button. KeferreUr. C. M LejAJ, W. 8. C
Untnn-SInal C. W. NeUra and J. L. Craw
ford. Tims of harrea 30 minute 8roreWain
ton Soccer Club 5, Fret TTaerilnrlnn 1.
HYATTSVILLE IS BEATEN.
Trtaltr A. C Football Team
Grorsjctown Wins Game.
Spatial to Tba. TVaahbxton HcnM.
Hvattsvtlle. Oct. 20. The football team
representing the Trinity Athletic Club of
Georgetown defeated the local eleven
J here this afternoon 14 to 0. Although
not able to score, Hvattsvtlle managed
to get the ball within ten yards of the
visitors' gbal, where It was lost on
downs. The game was Interesting
throughout and witnessed by a large
Sennenberg at quarter for the locals
played a fine game. Levin, Halloran
and McFarland also did well. For the
visitors Beckett and Brewer played a
star game. Line-up:
TB1MTI A. C. HTATTSY1LLE.
J action. Li T.. wiurm. K &
Beckett (Capt.), B. T.
Waters. B. G.
Brewer. Q B.
Kane. Ifc G.
Jackson. L. T.
Kins. U E.
Borhtaf. L. H B.
HHlrarr. R. H. B.
Small. F. B.
Sheeban. R. T.
MltrbeU. B. G.
HonnenbRX. Q B.
Knight. It G.
Fenwiek. L. T.
Strenson, X K.
Smrrt. U H. B.
Halloran. B H. B.
McFarland. P. B.
Goals from touchdown
Brewer and Kins.
Referee ill, Donoebue. Buri-
Hleh School. Cmpire-Mr. Williams of Hjatt
TUle. Linesman Mr. Farqabar. Timekeeper Mr.
Sailer. Time of quarters 10 minutes each.
Capsblanca Opposes Jaffe.
New Tork. Oct. 20 Jose R. Capa-
blanca has returned from Havana, where
he has been arranging for the New
York-Havana chess congress. He met
Charles Jarre In the first game of a
series of three at the Cafe Monopol Fri
day afternoon. The second game will
be plaed next Wednesday at Morris
town, and the third at the Rice Chess
Club on November 2.
SPARTANS ON TOP.
Defeat Kendall Athletic Clnb by
to O Tally.
The Spartan A. C. defeated the Kend
alls yesterday, 6 to 0. Although con
siderably outweighed, the Spartans, by
consistent playing and excellent team
work, finally came out on top. The game
was featured by the pluck shown by the
victors. There were no Individual stars
of the battle. The work of Beyer.
Koogle. and Lanahan was easily notice
able. Next Sunday the Spartans line
up against the Regents. The Spartans'
line-up follows: Donovan, left end:
Tucker, left tackier Vermillion, left
guard; Neuland. center: Stafford, right
guard; Lanahan. tight tackle; Thomas,
right end; CantwelL captain, quarter
back; Koogle, left half back; Cranston,
right half back; Beyer, full back.
Klavrttter Goea to Tfirem.
Detroit, Oct 20. Manager Jennings, of
the Detroit Tigers, believes that Pitcher
"Dutch" Klawltter Is now ripe for the
big show. Klawltter. who had a trial
with the Giants In 1910, U the star
pitcher of the Portland (Oreg.) team
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' The. report that President McAleer, of the Boston American
club, bad offered the Washington club $50,000 for pitcher Wal
ter Johnson is emphatically denied by both sides, and seems to
have been started as a joke, by a Boston newspaper man. The
report naturally created lots of talk in baseball circles. "Such
a deal is ridiculous to think of' commented Manager Connie
Mack, of the Athletics. "Why, just think what the public would
say of such a transaction. The Washington club would lose at
least twice $50,000 during "a season if such a deal was put
through. The game is too great and too big to attempt any busi
ness such as a purchase of Johnson by the Red Sox at such a
critical moment of the season, whether it's for mere advertising
purposes or not Imagine me, for instance, selling cither Coombs,
Bender, or Plank to Washington or Boston for any amount,
fifjty, seventy-five, or a hundred thousand," continued Mack.
"Why, if I attempted such a thing, I might as well pack the Ath
letics up and get out of Philadelphia. The people don't want such
monkey business. They want a team to play the game and i win
or lose on its merits; not togo about trying to buy this player
or that player. As a matter of fact, I wouldn't consider an offer
for any of my team from any club in either league, and, what's
better, the public wouldn't stand for it, and it shouldn't."
AT CELTIC PARK
Scott, the Patenon Eunner, Estab
lishes New Mark for the
Celtic Park. Long Island. Oct. 20 -One
American record was smashed at the
annual games ef the Irlsn-Amencan
Athletic Club here to-day In the Pres
ence of an enormous crowd.
After finishing the 6fJ0-yard race. "Mel"
Sheppard and "Ted" Meridlth continued
in the half mil in an effort to set a
new figure for the distance. Sheppard
led to the tape In 1:222-5, a second slow
er than the record.
Piatt Adams, from scratch, captured
the running broad jump with a jump of
23 feet 41-2 inches.
The auarter-mlle handicap went to A.
Peppls. from the three-yard scratch, in
The four-mile run handicap was won
by Louis Scott, the speedy Paterson run
ner, from scratch. J. J. McNamara. of
the Irish-American A. C, who was also
on scratch, finished second. tsarry
Smith, unattached, another scratch man.
was third. The time was 20 minutes
Scott made a new American record.
Jus time being 32-S seconds better than
ta old mark.
AT GARDEN SHOW
Three Officers to Bring Six Mounts
Over for Exhibition Novem
ber 16 to 23.
New Tork, Oct. 20. By cablegram re
ceived last week entries have been, re
ceived of the Belgian army officers who
will lump in the international contests
at the coming horse show, wnicn wm ie
held in Madison Square aaraen Novem
ber is to 23. inclusive. Belgium was
represented In the horse show last year
and istld welL The Belgian officers will
arrive here with their horses In plenty
of time to school them weU before the
opening of the show.
Holland also will be represented by
three officers and possibly six horses.
and England will send over a strong
team, but Just how many has not Jet
been learned. The Canadian contingent,
apparent!)- the strongest ever sent here.
is In high feather because of the per
formances of their crack jumpers this
summer, which. If they can repeat, will
win more than their share of horse.
The entries for the show will close
with James T. Hde, secretary, 16 East
Twenty-third Street, next Thursday,
and. judging by the way they have been
recched and the way horsemen are try
ing to get their exhibits In shape, this
j car's entry promises to be a record
breaker not only In numbers but In
Judge William H. Moore will have a
big string of harness horses at the
show and among his new ones to be ex
hibited will be Bountiful, his latest pur
chase from England. This mare Is
wonderfully attractive animal, ffludge
Moore paid a big price for this mare,
which Is. Hackney bred, and he hopes
to ao wen witn ner in this country.
J. W. Harriman will have as usual a
small but select string headed by his
famous stallion Nala and the mare
Lady Dllham. He has purchased May
ner. the bay stallion, whom he will
exhibit with Nala as a mate and it Is
thought that these two trotting bred
stallions will beat anything else shown
in the classes In which they are eligible.
Frederick M. Davles, treasurer of the
association, announces that those who
desire reserved tickets for the season
of the horse show, November 16 to 23,
Inclusive, should send In their applica
tions as early as possible. Visitors to
the show this year will be pleased with
the general arrangements of the gar
den. Some Innovations have been plan
ned which will make things very at
tractive and the decorations of the build
ing this year will be very artistic
Scoop Changed His Mind About
cannot be sold.
FOR LAUREL TO-DAY
Six Well-filled Events It Will Be
ladies' Bay, and Souvenirs
Will Be Distributed.
Laurel, Md., Oct. M. The card offered
Monday at Laurel Park Is an extra good
one for a week-day, and six well-fllleU
races are on the programme to be ru
off. The Hrst event, a (He and one-half
furlong contest, sends a fair lot of young
sters to tho Hire. Paris Queen looks
like the winner of this race on his last
start, while Brlarthorn should be eec
ond and Miss Edith fighting It out for
the third money.
Lucean, who ran a good race on his
last start, looks as though he will have
to fight it out with Lizzie Hit for the
long end of the purse In the second
race. The latter las been running very
well of late, and should be the con
tender. The third race Is rather a tough
one. Deduction, if she is fit, should be
returned the winner. The fourth race
looks like a gift to Hedge. AH he will
have to do Is to repeat one of his pre
vious races. Star Jasmine will be the
one to be considered. Col. Cook looks
the best In the fifth, while Triton should
capture the last race.
During Starter Milton's six weeks ot
stsrtmg at fare de Grace and Laurel
he did not have occasion to set a boy
down for misbehaviour at the post.
Starter Dade, who has yielded the flag
for two days' has already set down two
bojs, a fact which Is being commented
upon. Milton's work was the best ever
seen In these parts.
Assurances received at the track
during the week from Charleston. 8. C.
indicate that racing will be conducted
there this winter. Horsemen are en
thuslastlc over the prospects and miny
have already applied for stables for
To-morrow (Mondaj) Is ladle' day,
and Manager Brown will present each
lady with a silk program. Ladies will
be admitted free. On Wednesday the
Anne Arundell stakes wUl be run. with
a purse of J1.500 added, and on Satur
day the Annapolis Juvenile stakes with
a purse of S2,000 added, will also be
run off. Following are the entries for
DETROIT LIKES VEACH.
JenalnsV Vnnna OotBelder Ssrr of
Position Xext Year.
Detroit. Mich. Oct 20. A broken limb
or the loss of an eye Is about all that
can keep Hobby Vcach out of Detroit's
left field next season. The Peoria boy
Is counted as one sure of his position In
a line-up that Is dally In danger of an
Veach broke Into the big league with
The kind of pegging that Veach pulled
off for the Tigers the past season was
the best furnished by a Detroit out
fielder. He has a powerful and true
whip. As a fielder he is sure and a good
Judg: of a fly ball. He has an easy
He Is a natural batsman, a free hit
ter, and should be In the division of JSnO
clouters next t-eason. Ty Cobb and oth
er players are of tho opinion that Veach
has not hit above his stride since Join
ing the Tigers, but that it Is his natural
BY GEORGE" B. MORRIS.
First race Paris Queen, Briar
path, Miss Edith.
Second race Lucean, Lizzie Flat,
Third race Deduction, Jack
Nunnally, Boee Queen.
Fourth race Hedge.' Star Jat
1 mine. Amelia Jenks.
Fifth race CoL Cook. Muff,
Sixth race Triton, Oakhurtt, My
Largest Morning Circulation.
THOUGH SCORED ON
St. Aadrew's, of Baltimore, Crosses
Locals' Goal Lino for First
Time in Four Tears.
The Vigilante, local Independent
champion football team, lowered the col
ors of the St. Andrew's Club, of BulU
more, yesterday, at Union League Park,
score O to ? At Andrew's Is the first
club which has scored against the
Vlgilants In the past four seasons.
The local champs by gaining such an
overwhelming victory were not disap
pointed because of the score, which had
all the earmarks of a fluke. It waa not
secured by any brace, or timely rally
by their weaker opponents. Harlan's
bad pass to Farmer for an end run with
the Vlgilants on the offensive got away
from the half back and was recovered
by Ways, who sprinted thirty yards
for the only touchdown of his team. At
no time during the game did the Baltl
moreans prove equal to the Vlgilants
either defensively or In Its attack.
Several long runs by "Cuppj" Farmer
contributed much to the big score.
Though his work was conspicuous he
was pressed close for honors by little
"Billy" I.u":ombe with many spectacu
lar performances In open Held. Capt.
McKenzie also proved a consistent
ground gainer for the winners and of
ten made the requisite distance for first
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Farmcr (t). MfKfiuua (31. VVaj GcW miiurd
Farmrr C. itefrrer Vlr. DiijUn. Conzaaa. I'mnre
kttctrjra. Ohio State. Head Iliiefnan Omen.
Genrsa Wadilngtcn Uiilrrr-itr Linimrn Martin
atid Ifjrr. Ttmekrelrra Orroll ani Ktnlea. Sub-rtttutlooa-ljiicoalha
for Olirrrl, M. CUir far U
rarinu. Olirrri for Vtmr, J. Hashes for EUls.
Anttira fur Buns. Harlan for Reagan. Healer
for Allen. Time of o,turter-ls minutes.
TALE IN GOOD SHAPE.
Football Tram rinrtlar. Array Game
Without a Hrratrb,
New Haven. Conn. Oct M The Tale
football team came through the West
Point game without a scratch. Warren.
right tackle, suffered a humped head, and
Fllnn reopened his former muscle bruise,
but there were no Injuries which will
keep any of them out of the game a
day. The coaches will begin Immediately
Instructions In the plajs Yale will ue
against Harvard and Princeton. Till
the present time the attack has been
simple, but a more complicated style of
formation will be used the remainder ot
tho seatAi. Secret practice will be con
tinued daily till the close of the season.
TO-DAY'S RACING CARD.
FIR.VT It irU-Two-Teir-oIdi. erflirc. im
&fttl oae-ljalf futlccct.
Vlontrtr . . 54 I Hair liayl
I al. Uliott. 11 I I-im Qi-een
Ilrlar Palo VIZ raaduina
juia mua JC
M-OM It CB-Meenchaae, thror-jrar-olila and
ulard. telline; iune khort course; about two
Mart Brtdre 13 Prince Hampton III
Ussi. Flat. 1JU Lueean.. . IH
bannon Iliier.. Ill Ilannrr .. Ill
TIIIKII ItALE-Thrre-rrar-oldt and upward: itll
inc. 4x farlorcs
-Lion . 101 I Tito Maole 10"
Uehre- lirt ........ . le: Jk .Niwnilll. ........ ICC
AC.hlr i M.piinr ill
Il.TwMic ... U I ItedoeUon .. IK
Micdirrtte 14 I Ben loyal Ill
IVuninn i.3 10BIVU !.......... IIS
CljeiTT ""I lAlArrorrl . 113
lt( Queen . . ir Hoffman 1J
mer -. 13 TarroU .. Ml
-iaal,rnnp ...... 10. . Arsorant. ...... IC2
Tonlata .. CI
rOlItTir ItACB-.VIl ai-: filliea and mans, ooa
loner Bee SS ! Ilasjna....-.- 1M
Kinrhius St.ielr.er 10"
ltar Ja-rane IK Iledre. 1ST
Amelia Jenka... . .. 110 1
FIFTH !!AL Tbre-)xarId and upward; se.I-i-g.
one rci and Mfrntr yards
MnJ IK I Lord Elam . HI
!rth hid-.. 1(S Henry Hutchison 111
Partner- 105 lot Coot .... HI
ttie-r I'p 105 I Royal Meteor 10T
MVTlt It VK-Tl.r.e-jraroM and upward, fe.l
ir;. ena and oi)e-4xteoiili miles.
Ilnrnl. Eoise ... 101 1 Nanahtr T-ai 101
Tlltn . Ill I) Em .. 1
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ManaM-h ... 101 I Loncbattd. IX
llanrnlla ... . 10S 1 PpnramaM 10
My i.al M I lialouw- 105
'.Uorrntica allowance claimed.
FIU.ST HAI K Allowances, xtaidrna. celts and
cctdtnev; twa-jrar-clds. flic and one half fnrlnr2
Luther 1101 Klrabnx.. .. . 110
Ilamard 110 ' Dr Jirtxin .. 110
Itnjal Amber. 110 i Lot-aland 11
F.vrl of aroy. I'D 1 Klo Stalwart... If
rneppa 110 Booster..... 107
Teeumseh 119 I
SB"-nI ItAOB-Relling. fUKra; two-Tr-o'd:
flto uul ore-half furlors.
Outd- Pct... IK i Katink. 103
Itmuuta ... . 177 I PoTIr W nrth If
OMPtcretb It! .-.eil.le . 103
Beulah a 107
Tlllltl) RA-CE-Allowancn; threo-jmrolda and
upward; on ml
rurllena. 18 I wsrmanM......M 109
Wtrnlns V1txh 100 i Elwah ...... 100
Tmpreselon .... 100 I
FOCRTIt RACB-Uandlcap; thrre-year-olda and
npward. me mile and innity yards.
Manaarr Mack..... 104 1 Oolston 1T
Ilril Ho.-r . 107 I Joe Morrla.. 1)2
(VI Hloway. 100 Enfield 1M
.. .lone and Volthorpe, Bradley A Bxovn antrr.
t HTM .rUiCr" Berlins ; fmir-year-olds and up-
a:d. flee and one-half nmonss.
bOXTH RACI-Pelllria: threyerUs and np
ward; one and onelshth mUea.
'arlton Club ....... 100 I Fly Lad ............... 109
PatrocV 1M I rhartrv "traus.. ...... 110
M' I atesby 10" ' Mconfeht 100
Iljlfsn )"" n cV Hvk r II"
Vftsker. 'CZ ' t Ih-ter ...... Ill
John Ix ila. . tr e 11!
With a few more bouts Bobby Rey
nolds will again be In shape to battle
with the leading boxers of his weight in
Taking This Poll
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TIGERS NOT -SATISFIED.
Coaches rt Princeton Try- for Better
Princeton. X. J. Oit S I'rlncetonlans
may bcem hard to please, but the fact
remains that the tC to 0 walkaway with
Svracuse on Saturday was not entirely
satisfactory. To bo sure, there was an
undeniable Increase In teamwork on
both tho offense and defense, but It con
not yet be said that the Tigers have had
a real test, and they have to face Dart
mouth next Saturday without a full
realization of what weaknesses a strong
opponent could bring out.
The coaches say the team does not
show any consistent unity, and a
stronger opponent could not fall to take
advantage of any momentary slump.
Although the faults brought out by Sat
urday's game seem to lie In the lack of
teamwork rather than In Individual
players, the weak spots were the ends
and right gunrd.
'Inexperience can probably account
largely for the faltering in these posi
tions, but Is an open question to say the
least whether the constant drill of the
next few davs will be able to supply
what Is lacking.
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Medium and Heavy Weights.
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Sportsman Is the
We are selling many this fall. It is
a dandy double-barrel, high-class gun.
Come in an see our stoclc
GEORGE A. EMMONS,
Successor to Wa. Wagner.
207-2071-2 Pa. Av. S. E.
Ve gtw Herald aas.000 eaateat wetes.
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