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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. , SATURDAY. JANUARY 18, 1913.
Manager Griffith Releases Tommy Long to the Atlanta Club
TOM LONG SOLD
Manager Griffith Sends Out
fielder to Southern League
FAST ON THE BASES
Youngster Let Out Is Good Hitter, but
Weak Arm Has Held
Br muiur peet.
Tommy Long, the youngster Manager
Griffith sent to the Mobile club, of the
Southern League, and recalled at the
close of the 1912 season, has been released
to the Atlanta tram of tbo same league.
Tommy hit for an average of .266 with
the Mobile club, plajlng In sixty-three
When Long Joined the Nationals in
the fall of 1911. he hit well, fielded his
position in fairly good style, but was
unable to throw. A weak arm has kept
him In the minors for the past two sea-
Fons, out the speedy joungster.
letter, sas that shall whip in again
in condition, and that Manager Griffith
will surely recall him before the season
li o er
Some time ago It was announced that
Long, Boebling, and Musser would be
released to Atlanta. To date. Long and
Musser have been officially declared the
property of the Atlanta club, and it Is
expected that Boehllng will shortly ba
Fent to the Crackers
Manager Griffith III.
Manager Gdifflth was too ill jesterday
to come down town to his office, being or
dered to remain in bed by his phjslclan
Griff is suffering with a severe attack
of the grip, and will hardly be able to
pet around lx-fore Monda
Plans for the training trip of the N'a
t onals will be the chief object of Man
ager Griffith when he is abU to get
around, and from the early part of next
w eek, the boss of the climbers will ba
busy night and day.
Tickers Has New Scheme.
"Rube" Vickers. who has. pitched for
tlubs all over The United btates, and
who was twl a member of th Ath
letics, Is going to spring a new one on
the public next stafcon "Bube" de
clares that he is having an electric
heating pad rigged up for his right
t-houlder, and trat it will loosen up his
arm to such an extent that he will bo
the winder of he International League
Vickers has b-cn pitching for Haiti
more eer nnco he made his second exit
from the Athletics After his first trial
with Connie Mack. "Hube" pitched for
AVilliamsport MIh plavlng In the lat
ter city one day a thunder storm came
up and Vickers was knocked senseless
by a bolt of lightning lie recovered
for It would taKe more than a bolt of
lightning to take 'he nre out of the
Hube." t-o Connie gave him another
For the 'tthlte Klephants that time
Vickers was a wonder He won ever
game that h- ritched o hear him tell
it in a hotel 'obb He won many thrill
ing extra inning battles, and all the
hcavj hitters were as puttj In his hands.
The fans and Connie Mack had an Idea
that Vickers lost a game occasional,
rnd the official averages backed him up
ho Vickers was given a ticket Jo Balti
rrore One da Vickers got to thinking
about the occurrence at Willlamsport He
decided that his aging arm could have
Irs -vouth renev-ed bj electricity and
m he invented a heating pad for it If
the scheme enables Vickers to coma
hack into the major leagues we may ex
pect to find 'Wadilell. Cv loung, Gus
XVeyhlng, Matt Kilro asd others of the
Ancient and Honorable Order of Fllng
erB making a rush to buv electric heat
ing pads and arpljing for Job"
Will Not Quit Game.
' i Jifi-riM,S&?--i 42sWssawawaw
a uvTivin.nnmi.B'v n rr rrwiMiir I rrr M
Two Clubs to Withdraw from
the Sunday School
NEW CIRCUIT IS FORMED
Kid Egan, Local Boxer, Will Meet
Johnny Daly in Balti
innouurrd that lie "111 aealn take up Ms old place at the Initial
n. llir uruiiii of 1U13 begin". Mahl dors not Intend to become bench
itll far shows positive signs of lielnsr Inferior to the mt of bis claway
Toungstown. Ohio. jHn IT Battling
Nelson claims he is as good as ever and
In perfect condition after the eighteen
fights In the past three months.
ORIOLE ROLLER POLO
TEAM IS DEFEATED
Washington Rink Team Has Little
Trouble with Baltimofe Five,
Score 7 to 1.
The t aMiitigtun Roller Polo team had
little trouble defeating the Walbrook
team, of Baltimore, last night at the
Arcade, the final score being 7 to L
Eddie Whiting agiin plaved the star
game, although handicapped with a weak
hand The locals plaved rings around tbo
visitors, and the result was never In
doubt "Pop" Whiting also plajed a
good game for the Arcade aggregation.
How and Crothers put up a plucky
battle for the Baltimore five, but the
speed of the locals was too much, and
the lads from the Monumental City
were forced to accept defeat. Line-up
Rrekrn R Crutbera. (I
Il9-Lddie WliiUrs (41 Pop' Whittrc O.
Y Whitins O. Kerwin Stopo-Crothera, Balti
more 2S Kerwin. Waahtnston. It Refer-e-Mr
Hotfo, Princeton. Time of halrn-3) minutes.
lllilillc-irrlclit. to Meet.
Chicago, Jan 17 Jlmmle flabby and
George Plkncy Urown. midde-wclghts,
have been signed to meet in a ten-round
bout In Milwaukee January 31. The
event will mark the reopening of the
fight same there.
Bine and Gray Yoongsters Win One of
the Fastest Basket-ball Games
of the Year.
Plavlng whirlwind basket-ball, the
Georgetown Irep quint defeated the
Business High School aggregation ester
day afternoon in the Stenographers'
gmnaslom, the score at the end of
forty minutes of sensational play being
It to 10.
The Pen Pushers started the game In
great shape, but the Ireps did not lose
an time and when the first half ended
the score stood 8 to s During the
second half the Hilltop lads ran away
with the Stenographers for a few min
utes, and caged two goals. Bocrnsteln's
tossing of goals from the floor was the
feature of the game, as the Orange and
Blue guard threw four goals out of
five attempts Jones and McCrorey
plaved well for the Preps.
The Preps will challenge the Army and
Navy Preps and the Cathedral School
five for the scholastic championship of
the District Line-up and summary:
Harrta (Cape.). U
J "net. II.
NrtiBltl. I (i
CMX. It. O
Substitute Eaton for Dnihu. Go.1. from Anr-
Hinwond. WU-sm. Bocnutein. Joots (3). MoCmrey.
Bfrudmi ra, Norwian. gm!i from foiiU--Boemstlii
Kfm-Pror Jorea. Tlmem ikmti. Mtrua
and Becker Timo of tunes 20 minuted
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Elegant line of fancy Shirts manufac
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II y C. W. SW.W.
The amateur baseball situation In the
District will more than likely receive a
little shaking up within the next two
weeks. Three leagues are scheduled to
hold meetings, and at two of these
meetings two teams will withdraw from
The Sunday School circuit will meet
next Tuesday sight at the residence of
Its president, Mr Cornelius, and It Is
understood that the Sherwood aggrega
tion will not be represented, or, should
a member of the club be present, will
withdraw from the league.
Another league will bo started out In
Petworth, and It is understood from a
reliable source, that a new Commercial
League will be In operation when spring
time rolls around. Joe OlUerl, manager
of the champion Vlgtlants. will be
elected president of the new circuit, and
six good, fast teams wil fight it out for
The defeat of the Business High
School basket-ball team yesterday at the
hands of the Georgetown Prep team
came, as a big surprise to the many
followers of the Stenographers. The Pen
Pushers have been playing whirlwind
ball tho past few weeks, and nothing
short of a hard fought victory was
looked for Capt. Harris will not loaf on
the Job. but will start his boys working
Kid Egan. the local feather-weight, will
b the opponent of Knockout Johnny
Daly, Instead of Johnny Lewis, In the
wind-up of the all-star boxing pro
gramme to be promoted by the Broad
way Athletic Club to-night a wcck ai
the new Bohemian Hall. Broadway, near
Hager Street, In Baltimore. Tills an
nouncement was made esterday morn
ing by Jim Rtlna, who manages the
Northeast Baltimore fistic organization.
It was Manager Rytlna'i original plan
to match Egan with Daly, but the local
boy was slow In coming to tenrn In
the meantime Lewis manager accepted
the club's terms, but when It came down
to post a forfeit he failed to respond
When Lewis' money failed to arrive
Bytina sent a representative here and
procured Egan's signature to a set of
That Egan is In'fine shape right now
was shown Saturday night, when he was
Riven credit by a majorltv of the Phila
delphia critics with having outpointed
Gene Delmont. of New Orleans, In u six-
round setto. This season 1'gan has been
devoting his time to the New York and
Philadelphia rings and has made good
with every opponent
Arthur Irwin, business manager and
scout for the New York Highlanders, In
summing up tho prospects for next sea
son. sas that Prank Chance should
make a real hall player out of Jack Priest.
Chance has announced that he wants a
good defensive Infield, and on the de
fense Priest Is about as good as they
come. Jack ranked high among the
fielders of the New York State League,
while as a sticker ho was always there
with the goods. Chance has several good
looking candidates for the third base job.
is short of second base material. Irwin
la of the opinion that the peerless leader
will give Priest a to out at second.
win, incidentally, believes that Priest
will have no trouble in securing a steady
berth with the Highlanders next sea'
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GREAT BATTLE GOES
TO EASTERN QUINT
Defeats Cathedral School Fire in Best
Game of Series by 28
to 26 Score.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Army and Navy... 1
Defeats Kd HlcUey In Three-cushion
Game by SO to 32.
An lnteresUng game of three cushion bil
liards was plaed last night at the Roal,
between Thomas Hueston, former cham
pion, and E. Illckey, a local expert,
Hueston winning by the score of SO to 32.
The features of the game was Ilueston's
ability to get away from the kisses and
his masse shots, also his five cushion
time shot plaj lng off the red and driving
white ball and cue ball around the table.
and counting In upper corner. This shot
brought great applause from the large
Illckey also made some very good
shots, but did not seem to play up to
his standard. Mr. Hueston will meet Mr.
Sherman in a 100-polnt pocket billiard
Our very finest knitted and regular silk
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Imported Soft Hats. They are always in
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We Gin Votes In Tbs Henld's 13,0) Oonisst. t
TITLE BOUT ARRANGED.
Jaclc Johnson and Al Falser to
Fight In Paris.
New York, Jan. 17,-Jack Johnson to
day agreed to fight Al Falser In Parts
for the world's championship on the
night of June 2, the eve of the grand
Prix races. Tom O'Rourke. Paizer's
manager, announced that he bad received
a telegram from Johnson In Chicago ac
cepting the terms offered by Al LJppe
arranging- the match. The terms provide
that the winner shall receive 0 per cent
of the gate receipts with a guarantee
Johnson's telegram reads as follows:
"Terms satisfactory. We will make ar
rangements when I see you In regard to
pictures and transportation.
ST. PATRICK'S QDINT WINS.
Defeats Ganzngm File In fast Game
try 12 to 8 Score.
The St Patrick's basket-ball team de
feated the Oonzags. aggregation yester
day In a fast and exciting game by a
12 to S score. McKenna and Capt. Ship
ley played the best game for the winners,
while Mertough and Marsden starred for
Goniaga. Line-up and summary:
ST. r-ATIUCK'S. GON3AOA.
MrKetma, UP. Mtrtnush, U T.
Bum-Tin, B. r. Mindes, B. P.
ThnO, t. C lllxd. U O.
Goal, firm the noor-SolllTia. Shlpfcr (2), Ur
Keou. MnrtooA 12). Murisn. Bollonn. Col.
from fool-T1uill (t). Btfeet Mr. O'BeUly, o. U.
Time of hAlTe-3) miaotrs.
The Kastern High School basket-ball
team, plajing the kind of basket-ball
which made the 1312 eastern team feared
by eery other quint In the league.
handed the Cathedral School die a 3
to IS beating jesterday in the Inter
scholastic Basket-ball league at the T.
M. a A.
The Eastern's great showing Is due to
the coaching of Bill McCaffrey, who had
charge of the football team "Mac"' has
been working with the quint for the
past two weeks, and jesterday the lm
pnnement shown was remarkable. Eakle
and Hughes played well for Eastern,
while Lockwood and White starred for
Cathedral. Line-up and summarj'. ,
IrtTOXl. II F. H fUkle. K. F.
VMU-. L. P Jlurbr. L, F.
l)Mn O O fcikle, O,
t41. K. H SUtm. ft. .
ll.mt. U O. K U G
bntvlltutioRt-Dmtm for Wond. Cohlll for Rnbf.
HcLeoure for UarnX Plf for Lodcwood. Goalj
rrora Boor Ujdnrnod (3, white (4). Dtvldjoa (2J,
8chril a. H. EUlo C9j. DuftM. a ElMe. G1.
from foalA-Hnsbes. . Whlti a. Refava Maun.
Lv ujd Bcrkeu. Timo of htlrrv-3) minute
PENN TOSSERS OUT.
Coach Thomas Holds UattfnsT and
Philadelphia. Jan. 17. Balmy days In
the middle of winter, with a maximum
temperature of bi degrees, was enjoyed
by Philadelphia to-day. For the first
time In the history of the school the
candidates for the University of Penn
sylvania, baseball team held a January
practice In the open. Hey Thomas, tha
coach, drilled the men for more than
an hour in batting and fielding practice
on Franklin Field.
Long Shot Upsets Bookies, but Only
Stable Connections Back
Juarez. Mex . Jan 17. While rack con
dltions were somewhat Improved this
afternoon the going was deceptive and
hard to guess. In consequence there
a number of upsets, chief of which was
the ictorj- of Dae Montgomery with
the liberal odds of t) to 1 against his
chances It was the horse s first start
at the meeting and onlj- the stable
connections backed him.
Hanlj'. at 13 to 1. and Velle Forty, at
12 to 1. furnished the other surprise of
the daj The former ran In greatly lm
pnrted form and bat a good field of
Summer-like weather prevailed and
the crowd was the largest of the week.
Jockey Schweblg. who was Indefinitely
suspended jesterday for rough riding,
had his badge taken up and was ordered
from the track this afternoon. Sum
FIRST RACE-Thrce furlOTi. Ooma. 4 to 5, tod.;
Stella ViirL evrs. wcond: Irish Ana. 2 to 5, third.
Time 0 4-5 Edith W., Tip Ht It, cd Tip Dw
dll tiro rtn.
SBCOSD RACB-Sil forlocn. Telle Ftottj. n W
1. wno. ImuieU. 30 to L second. Loan Shart. A to w
third. Tune. 1:194-5. Macda B . r-retfj- lale. Inko
Van Zasdt. ntrsrrain. unest a Lamia, unlet.
Tom G . and Grrra Cloth alao ran.
THIRD RACrVOne mile Crania Emma. 11 to a.
vnn, Lcbifh, erra. aeonnd: Ulj l'latco. 1 to 2, third.
Tune. 1 15. Q Tore, Ths Ptrr, Lookout, and Lexa.
FOURTH RACX-Flir and one-half farlongs. Juat
Red, to 5i won, uncle Jtmmr Grar. 2 to 1. second:
Rom OTieO. errn. third. Time. 1J12-S. frinc
Conrad. Ghnll Rosrota. and Garland aim ran.
FlrTH RACC-kit and one-hair rurlonr. uate
Montcomerr. 40 to 1 won. Tim Jodse. 2 tol. araond:
Ths Fad. I to 2. third. Time, 1.22. Bairn. Anne
5JcGe, Pictaninny. Serenade. Good Intact, Emo,
asd Dm Enrique alao ran.
SIXTH RAGEScTTO furlonss. Banlr. 3D to 1.
won: Mromae. 7 to X, arand: 6tr Ahraeut. eren.
third. Time. 1:222-1 RnxeU MoQUl. Dr. DasA-
erty, and Dutch. Rock also ran.
RACING CARD P0R TO-BAY.
TAILORS ARE BEATEN.
George Klnic and Ills Bakers Win
Tho Phil Bobys Company bowlmR
team went down to a neat defeat last
night, the five from the Havenner Bak
ing Company, headed by George King,
turning tho trick with ease. Dutch
Munch led the Tailors, with scores of
103, 112. and S7, while Harvey, with M,
121, and 101, topped the Bakers.
Following are tho scores.
Klnsr Still WoltliiK.
George King, who was challenged a
week ago by an unknown dancer, stated
last night that has has waited a week
to hear from this party, and as he docs
not care to wait any longer. He requests
the challenger to drop around some even
ing. Mr. King can be reached at this
Munch 1CS 1U S
ttobenon.... to MO Mf
Totals..... at St 4Sf
Totala .. .. 432 518 D
HOLY CROSS PREPS WIN.
Defeat Ingram Qnlnt In flood Game
liy S3 to 2-.
The Holy Cross Preps won a fast game
from the Ingram quint last night In the
latter'a gjmnasium, 25 to 22. At the end
of tha first half the Preps were outplajed
In etry department of the game with
the score, 15 to 3, against them. Capt.
Healy8 team cams back In the second
half and played the church team off Its
feet. Pedlow was easily tha star of the
game, caging eight goals from the floor
and one from the foul line, making a
total of seventeen points. Fitzhugh,
former star of Eastern High, played &
fast game throughout. Capt. Glessner,
of the Ingram team, played a star game
for his team, scoring four field goals.
Line-up and summary:
nOLT CROSS ntEP. IMHTIM.
FitahnajL I P. Gleaner, I Y
Pedlow, TU T. Rlekrtta. It. F.
Healr, G. DallT. O.
Kllrar. L. G Todd. K O.
fct.wart. B. G. Kibbey. K. O.
Goala (ram Soor-Fedlow (!). llcalj (3, F1U-
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Todd OIL Kibbry. Goala from foola-Prdknr. Blek-
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FIRST RtCE-Colts and celdlna; two-year-old!
Korfhacs........ ...... 109 I p -T1 IE
nrerltT....M. ......... 109 I Jlancane.. ...... IE
few 10S Sir Harrr ... II:
Urtl 112 j Meahain .... IE
SECOND RACE-Sellinc: three-yeai-oKi aaa op-
ward: alx ftmonn.
DebotanU .. .HM...
JoUy Tar .....
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Frea Unl .......
THIRD RACE Thm-yMrolda and
Kiss Stalwart " I Bobby Poor . . 103
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