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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16) 1913.
Locke Now Owns the Phillies C. U. Downs Baltimore Medicos
William H. Locke Exercises
Option and Now Controls
National League Club.
NEW YORK ADMITTED
TO GRAND CIRCUIT
Withdrawal of Readville, Matx, Open
ed the Way for Metropoli
Quaker City Capital Inveted Locke
Made President Dooin Will
hixnll ta The Wahinstoo Herald.
Philadelphia, ra.. Jan. 13 Fifty-five
minutes before tile time limit Nn th
option of William H Locke to purchase
the Phillies would hate expired the last
p-pcr necessar to swing the ownership
of the club from Charles P Taft, of Cin
cinnati, to a syndicate of prominent Phll-
adelphlans was signed.
Tlie closing chapter of a baseball deal
which has attracted national attention
for months took place In the office of
Alfred D Wiler. who was elected presi
dent of the club last November on the
twentv -first floor of the Land and Title
It was announced that, with the ex
ception of William I Baker, of New
Sork who will hold a fn small In
terest, all the purchasers of the Phillies
sire Philadelphians Thej are Samuel SI
lement, Jr. who will be the counsel of
the club I-red T Chindler. the hanker.
Morns L. Clothier, merchant. Walter
t lothier and Harrison K Caner who are
connected with the Ketterlinus Company.
ol, Thomas K. Slurphs brother of the
tormer Lieutenant Governor of Pennsyl
vania who died recintls, and Chester P.
Raj vice president of the Penn Reduc
tion Compan and an officer In other
I rse enterprise here.
It is believed that other Philadelphians
w II be taken in as &to kholders later
No announcement was made as to the
I lice paid for the club
The announcement of the sale of the
dub was made b Sir Clement as soon
da the final -signature was put on paper
A few minutes liter Sir Locke an
nounced the names of the stockholders
I ter In the afttrnoon i meeting of the
stockholders wi-s held at which the fol
lowing olncers were elected
President. William II Loike. i-ecretar-treasurrr,
Da id C Mijder of Pittsburg,
who is the fithe-!nlaw of Mr Locke
rectors Messrs 1-ocke and Snjder,
ilham h Baker fonner police commis
sioner of ?ei lork Fred T Chandler
nd Wilbur I Sadler, jr , adjutant gen
eral of New JVrev The latter is the
New Jer representative on the board
Mr I.ocke. after announcing the names
01 the stockholders, said"
I desire to make this announcement
10 the baseball patrons of this clt and
the fans in general No owner of asin
Elf share of Mexk in this companv is In
ans wa interested In an other club or
I Ids a 1 ir ,,i "iotk In ans other base
i 1 b No other baseball man out
- de of this citv i in anj wav, directly
r indlrectlv, concerned In the Phillies,
ior was one dollar of monev borrowed
from anj other man in baseball There
not the slightest suspicion of anv taint
of s-Midkate bast-ball in the club I
pledged mv word for till
No announcement was made b Sir
I x ke ts to his plans for the club It is
l-ellevcil that William J Shettsllnc, who
has leen connected wlt'i the Phillies
sniee the club was first organized, will
eontlnue in his position of buiness man
ger, and that Charles Dooin will remain
Dooin is now at Southern Pines X
looking over the plaee .is a training
t amp He is, expected to return before
tie end of the week when a decision
will be made regarding where the pla
t rs will be taken to get Into condition
for the coming championship race
Although Sir Locke could not take any
fiiclal action regarding the club until
the final papers were actually signed,
he has paid s-everal visits recentl to
Phlladelpma Park, where he held con
ferences with Slessrs bhettsllne and
Dooin He has thus been able to get a
pood Imp on the situation regarding
the affairs of the club and some impor
tant announcements are looked for from
I he new president as soon as he returns
f om his final visit to Philadelphia
THE GRAND CIRCUIT
DATES TOR 1913
June'30 to July 4 Windsor
July 7 to July 12 Cleveland
Tilly 14 to July 19 Pittsburg
July 21 to July :$ Buffalo
July 28 to Aug-. 2.. Grand Rapids
Aug- 4 to Aug 9 Kalamazoo
Aug- 11 U) Aug 16 Detroit
Aug IS to Aug. 23.. Salem. N. II.
Aug 25 to Aug 30.. 'New York
Sept. l to Sept S Hartford
Sept. S to bept. 13 Sracuse
Sept. 15 to Sept 20 .Detroit
Sept. 22 to Oct. 4 Columbus
Oct. 6 to Oct. IS Lexington
Sleeting In New York to be
held. In all probability at Em
pire City track, near Yonkcrs
Baltimore Doctors No Match
for C. U. and Are Beaten
56 to 19.
CLANCY BACK- IN GAME
CATHEDRAL IS EASY
FOR A &N. PREP FIVE
McDonald and Horan Star for Win
ner! Trayer Playi Well for
Pittsburg, Ta , Jan 15 New York
Clt) is once more in the Grand Circuit,
due partly to the withdrawal of Read
ville. Slass . In Its f av or
Windsor. Ontario, also was admitted
to the bis line at the annuil meeting of
the stewards of the Grand Circuit here
esterdav, when dates for fourteen
meetings were allotted. New York get
ting August 25 to August 30
The stewards adopted a rule providing
that if a horse wins three stake races
amounting to J15.1XX). it afterward must
compete in a cla-s to which It Is eligible
b) the lowest record It has made in any
one of its winning races.
Application for admission to the Grand
Circuit were presented to the stewards
bj Poughkeepsle, N. Y.: Windsor, and
Springfield. Itl New York was admitted
after Readville, Slass.. alread) in the
circuit, announced that it would surren
dci Its dates to that city. Windsor was
allotted the opening week of the circuit.
vhlle Poughkeepsle and fcpringlleld were,
The stewards considered the three
heat svstem' of races, and while it was
not adopted it was recommended to all
elubs In the Grand Circuit Under the
three-heat sv stem each heat is a race.
The stewards elected the following off!
etrs President, II K Dcvereaux, of
Cleveland, vire president, Fred Postal,
of Detroit, and seeretars. II J Kline,
of Cleveland Detroit was cho-cn for
fie next annual meeting of the stew
Catholic University got revenge for the
beating it received at the hands of the
Baltimore .Medical College basket-ball
team earlier In the season by overwhelm
ing them last night In the National
Guard Armor-, K-"to 19 The Doctors
were unable to cope with the Brook
landers In an wn, and were outplayed
from the start. At the outset It was ap
parent that the Baltimore bunch was In
ferior to that of Coach Rice's. They had
little or no team work, and their shoot
ing was fierce. On the. other hand, the
Red and Black eiuint showed the best
.team work thej havK dlsplaved so far
this season, passing all around the Bal
timore boc and the shots thc took
for the basket usual! counted
Both Keegan and Derby gave a clever
exhibition of guarding, the forwards of
the visiting eiuint having lifflult In
getting the ball, and when they did the
had to take a random shot at the bas
ket Horan and McDonnell, bj their
whirlwind plaing. managed to score 36
of the Brooklanders" points The guards
of the Baltimore aggregation were all
at sea when It came to covirlng up these
players, hardl a time was Coach Rice's
forwards covered so the could not take
a shot at the basket
Travers and Bird for the Doctors plav
ed the best game, the former In par
ticular Travers Plavcd the floor well
and at all times was read to take a
shot, but his teammates were laeklng
when It came to feeding the ball to their
crack forward Clancs. who has been
out of the game for Catholic I'nlvcrslts
Tennallytown School Basket-ball Team
Beaten 50 to 11 Scrubs
The Arm and NaV Preps basket-ball
team won a decisive victory over the
Cathedral quint In the farmer's gym
esterda, 10 to 11. From the first
sound of the whistle the Preps showed
their superloritv by their clever team
work, their passing being fast and ac
D. Smith plaed a star same, caging
tha ball five times from the field, and
making twelve out of fourteen attempts
from the fifteen-foot mark.
Klmberly and Turner placd well, cas
ing six and five goals, respectively.
White and I,ockwood played best for
The second teams of the same schools
played a game during the Intermission
periods. This game the Prep scrubs suc
ceeded in winning by 26 to 17, Keiser
and Brlghtman playing best for the
Prep scrubs, while E Harris excelled
for Cathedral scrubs. The scores follow:
CVTIIMIKIL. A. N. I'ltEP
White. It r. Turner It. V
Pat U I Kimberley L. I
Datldwn II II Smith (Cat I, C.
VlcUmor. L. (J (.amnion U O
llarriea. It (, tUtt It- !
Craoford linUI It T lie Hmtth Hub.) It O
Locood laub.1. U P
(Snile frern neld-Ktabetlr (). Tomer (5), D
bmith 15) Flic (31 White B). lword (3.
I'isr .l. fim fonl-IJ Smith 112). White (Z)
Foula cummittrd-Catbrdral II, Armj and arr
li ltrferre Sir Haa" Timekerter-Ur New
berry -XT-NT 31 r Tbonirs'Wi
CATMHIIIAI. n V & V II.
K. Harris. U V. Rtiu-r UP A
1'iw It P Ueddes. It V
Tlhnt O Krwer C.
llardrni: U linr. I e,
LUrk. IL G llricl.tmil., H. C.
hu!r (nib) It Y.
Zrrta (ub.l. U O
Colli (rem firld-Kewr (S). Ue4lu CI IlrirM
DU Zerbr Ilarrb ffl lap- CI Talbnt O Clark.
Harding. Oc.iV, .Irom toul-llarru. Grddel
Frank Gargan, Jim Sprigman,
and Doc White Are Men
tioned for Position.
ELECT CAPTAIN TO-DAY
"Happy" Mess, Oberlin, and HcDon
ongb Running for Leader
ship of Nine.
S0NDHEIMER THE WINNER.
In Interest In
I DO to HI.
BAN ON yALE PLAYERS.
Bnsket-bnll Team Pint Tilth
I lire-BlMcrril Quintet.
New York, Jan 15 Yale University
basket-ball plaers met with two de
feats last night. In addition to a beat
ing at the hands of the Crescent thletic
Club five. In the latter's gymnasium, bv
a score of 29 to 13. thej suspended them
selves from further participation with
teams under the dominion of the Ama
teur Athletic Union
This was brought through their com
petition with the New Moon quintet, an
unregistered team, the members of which
organization have steadfast! refused to
admit the control of the sport by the
governing athletic body
Culm II Ball Pliajrr Breaks l.ric.
Ilavani. Jan 15 Manuel Cueto. Cuban
left fielder of the Jacksonville. Fla , base
ball team, and champion batter of the
South Atlantic League last car. who
was recently drafted to the St. Louis
Browns was hurt In a game yesterda
Examination to-dav showed that he had
broken a bone In one of his legs
-llntpln" linn-j O'llngnn Dead.
Newark, N J, Jan. 15 Harry
O Hagan, formerly a member of the New
lork Giants, died suddenl of heart dis
ease to da at hi home In this cits.
For the Pa't two ears he had been cm-
ploed as an electrician.
rhnnce Slay Play Pint.
New York, Jan 15 American League
fans here are Jubilant over the announce
ment nude esterda by Manager Frank
Chance that he would alternate with Hal
Chase at first base.
,i continuous pool match of 100 points
whs staged at the Eastern hoclal Club,
10b Pt nn-vlvanla Avenue, last evening
betwein tarn fcondheimcr. one of the
best shots In this eltv, and ham ("Kid I
I.ewls, who at one time was the lt
l-ool plajer In New ork The match
r absorbing Interest from start
most or tne season got in the same , ni.t, . ir .,! rnthnc.,iii
tiurlng the second half taking Derb s auult, raw s-on.ihelmer trim his op-
piace at guara viikc snowea mat ne i rK)n,ni inn to 11
Ik ginning of the fourteenth
Ur C. W. SWAN.
The Central High School baseball
team Is still without a coach. This was
the statement of Principal Wilson of the
O Street Institution yesterday after
noon, when questioned In regard to the
Three men have been mentioned for
the Job, Frank Gargan, who coached
the team last sear, being the first one
advanced Then Jim Sprigman, coach
of the Georgetown Lnlversit nine last
year, was said to have the call on the
place, but this was also denied by
Principal Wilson csterda
Last but not lt-st. Doc" White, former
Central Dinger and now of the Chicago
White Sox, Is spoken of as the Blue anel
White tutor Doc White Is one of the
best obtainable for the coachlnit Job at
Central, and should Principal Wilson
succeed In securing Doc the O Street
ers wll bear watching through the sea
The election of the captain of the 1713
ball nine will take place this afternoon,
with three of the diamond stars as the
candidates McDonough, Sless. and
OWrlin are in l'ne for the captaincy,
and whichever Is seleeted the Blue and
While will hnve 1 kooel leader
Ilapp" SIcss is one of the best re
ceivers ever turned out of a loeal high
school, while Oberlin and SIcDonough
are sod outfielder- ' Uttle Slac" Is at
was full of "pep. read to fight at the
drop of the hat. and for th-it reason may
secure the leadership
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Pbte that the Suits and Over
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S25 Suits & O'Coats, $18.75
$20 Suits & O'Coats, $14.25
$15 Suits & O'Coats, $10.75
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The P-B guarantee of abso
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well as in the regular season.
The Avenue at Ninth
has not lost an of his cunning at suird
Ins. holding Bird to two goals
Donncll, taking Lambert's plai e at
center for Catholic I'nlversits gave a
good account of himself, caging the ball
twice, and plalng his man at all times
Donnells Is sure to make a name for
himself in basket-'ball circles this winter
Ife Is fa-t and has a good es e for the
"Many fouls slowed the game up con
siderably, but at that It was one of the
fastest tiiat has been witne-sed on the
local courts this season
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McDonnell. It. F Tra.en II P
Imhert, C Hales C
Keeran, U ri U.1 L. O
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IVrbr Held BXlk-lIoran ( McDonnell III
Ponneilj (31. Keeran (31 Derby tZi Traiera (21
llird (1). Daley (3 Ocala from fouIi-Mrlluirarll.
8 Daley 1 ItefereeMr Col ISowtt Timer-SI
Kerao Time cf balres 30 minute.
frame the wore stood l to S9 In favor
of the New Worker Lewis broke-, e-alling
a safctv Sondhelmer ran two lulls and
Johmi oallagher the Olsmplc mara
ihoner. wtin U ut nrrsent attending
Georgetown I'niversltv may get himself!
into irouoic wmt tne. .v , i eiauagncr
is hilled to run at the mllitiry games
knotted the count, then missed Lewis In Phllidelphla and also at the Slelrose
also blew n combination and no little games In New ork on Saturday night '
discussion arose over the spotting of a This report comes from Philaelelpnia.
ball fter the argument hid been set-1 The A A V. will not allow a runner'
tied Sondhelmer knocked off nine of I to compete In two such games the same
the colored globules, winning the exhl-jela, and one of these Indoor meets will
The victors best run was twentv. while little runner
the loser's highest count was thirteen 1 It was Impossible to locate Gallagher
seven ball combination i.lasl and list nighty and this report could not be
! made by Sondhelmer was the feature of, verified Hit If he should have entered
Plas The Washington man made ) both unets tne A A t will more than
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RrRoltr January Clearance of
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nfwfdt fabric and nOIe. 'Noth
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llejrular alur, 913-TAs doit 90 OO
HrRiilar ralur, 9I7JU! dou 911.87
Ilejtnlar Value, 9ZJiOf now 91VOO
Hejrular Talne. 9Z750t now 913,33
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Chance Kipect. tu Pis
Lxs Angeles. Cal . Jan.
Chance, the new manager
f the Ne
York American league team, returned
to his orange ranch, at Glendora es
terdas. lie said he would leave home
February for New York.
"Will sou be a bench manager' ' he
No." was the repl. "I expect to plav
first base some of the time Chase and
I will alternate, probaul."
Corrlelru Transferreel to the- Cubs.
Detroit. Slich . Jan 15. Med Corrlden.
the Tiger Inflclder. who was the hinge
which the Chance deal was swung. Is
a Cub The official documents' transfer
rlng him to Chicago were signed ester
day. Despite the fact that Cincinnati
was concerned In the deal. Corrlden was
transferred direct to Chicago In doing
so President Nayln. of the Tigers, shift
ed to Cincinnati the obligation to pay
the Kansas City Club a plaver or C000
many difficult combinations The
tures of the losers pla were his
shots and his plaslng of safeties
likely lake a hand In the affair.
FAVORS BETTER SALARIES.
Tlnrriivv la Dpiiost
for nie Ml
Don Brown who plased great ball two
sears ago with the l-aurel (Sid) team I
and later in the Tidewater League, has
been mentioned as tho third sacker of I
the Richmond Virginia league tlub
Hi-own plased last car with the fasti
.Magnolia aggregation o(, Baltimore, and
Chicago Jan 13 KdwardG Harrow, i "0 with the Helas (.Md ) team tharlej
president of the Internatio,nal Has,eball Luskv, who Is fn town In quest of sev-
league will appear In-fore the national f' tossers would like to meet
commission at the meeting in Chierigo "" ..uk can ne rracneu ai mis
to els in argu
to hive abrogated the "tRre. and Brown Is reiuested to
n,t -.,.jkfttl mo,l. nM,tie In the Nil-
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ting a saiars limit of . a month forj -
Cltss A clubs " I Ito.eilnle nnsket-lmllers llrnten 40
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K.QU limit, although It subscrlbeel to the
rule at the annunl meeting in Decem
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found that thes arc In hot water over the
hen the International League adopted
the rule last month the clubs had a
working agreement that the would hx
an lndlvidu il limit of !5o0 a month for the
plasers and In some exceptional eases
go as high as JK0
This has made man cuts nccesar.
and the high-salaried men arc Instituting
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